Is it time to give up?
The entire election has changed tones since recent events in the financial world have gotten the public’s attention. At least, in my view it has. Until the last week, I have believed that regardless of the Congressional outlook this year, the Presidential race would be close, with a slight advantage to us, the same as the last two Presidential elections. Not anymore, though. I think | Read More »
Democrats caught flat footed
How well did the McCain campaign fake the whole world? Here’s how well: the DNC’s page The Next Cheney which aggregated talking points against our likely VP nominees didn’t even mention Governor Palin as of this morning. The Next Cheney is of course the page that was already known for suggesting Eric Cantor is shady because he’s Jewish. Many of us have feared for years | Read More »
You are the one McCain is waiting for
Much virtual ink has been spilled Internet-wide on the problem of Senator McCain’s running mate selection. Policy views, succession, age, experience, home states, and every other conceivable preference are touted by one person or another as essential to the pick. I say they’re all right, and they’re all wrong. You should be John McCain’s running mate in 2008. It’s perfect! You are in a swing | Read More »
The State of the Race in National Polling
Based on data conveniently aggregated for me by resident poll addict Adam C, I would now like to try to make sense of the recent national polling of the Presidential election, excluding tracking polls which are more useful for measuring movement than status. The polls included in my survey are as follows: NOTA: None of the Above. LV: Likely Voters. RV: Registered Voters. Poll Date | Read More »