Cry little socialist whingers, cry.

Your lemon party has chosen a lemon.

McCain is the one making lemonade.

McCain leads Obama among likely U.S. voters by 46 percent to 41 percent, wiping out Obama’s solid 7-point advantage in July and taking his first lead in the monthly Reuters/Zogby poll.

Yeah not really as “all over” as you thought is it.

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6 Responses to Cry little socialist whingers, cry.

  1. krm says:

    I was happy to see that one – although Zogby polls are notoriously poor (if Zogby were an auto maker, it would be one of those old Russian ones like Lada).

    The ObaMessiah looks pathetic at the big Rick Warren/Saddleback event (and McCain looked quite good). Perhaps the ObaMessiah’s mojo doesn’t work so well in the ouse of the real God.

    We can only hope his tanking continues.

  2. krm says:

    By the way, I truely would love to see a comfortabe win for McCain on November 4, if for no other reason (although there are a plethora of reasons) than to see the election night TV coverage with Keith Olbermann’s head exploding and Chris Matthews sobbing like a school girl.

  3. Zogby is not well thought of. Generally their poll results are seen as outliers.

  4. Joy says:

    Isn’t Obama going to be surprised when some of the traditionally democratic states he might be depending on are going to vote for McCain?

    Seriously, our state (WV) is about 90% yellow-dog democrats (it’s when someone is so democratic that they’d vote for a yellow dog if the democrats put him on the ticket). But, most of them voted for Hilary and were seriously pissed that Obama never even bothered to come here because he though we were southern racists (untrue, as WV was a Union state and seceded from Virginia in 1863 – has the man even read American history?)

    I think maybe 10 to 15% of the democrats here might vote for Obama, and with Biden as Obama’s running mate, the odds just get worse.

    Obama will not carry Ohio, WV, KY, IN, or FL – and those states were important swing states in the last two elections. He may have serious problems with the moderate states as well.

    Obama is just too strange and the choice of Biden will not alleviate his many defiencies.

  5. krm says:

    The pollsters in question are not great, but I am now seeing good pollsters reporting the race as a tie (from a prior solid ObaMaessiah lead). Good news that.

  6. Richard says:

    I have only one thing to say about the possibility of a McCain win in November – Yay!

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