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The Seven Reasons McCain-Palin Are a Lock to Win

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The Seven Reasons McCain-Palin Are a Lock to Win There are seven serious, historic, demographic and otherwise culturally compelling reasons Senator John McCain and Governor Sarah Palin will win the election on Nov. 4, 2008 – a date of defeat that will sear itself into the Democratic Party’s collective consciousness.

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krissycake krissycake 7 years
i just threw up in my mouth a little.
Sticker1 Sticker1 7 years
"i am not saying mccain is perfect by any means, but obama obviously has distorted views of his plan of action and will do no good for this country." I think you are wrong. And to address the article: 1. The media will drive people to hate Obama huh...this is like Mel Gibson conspiracy theory style. 2. The Gallup pole has only been around since the 1930's which apparently is as long as our nation's history? Also, it strangely coincides with the RNC which we can all agree was the peak of the mountain in the polls. 3. There are 6 states blah blah blah...let me go out and find facts and stats that support whatever I'm trying to convince you of. For instance I believe there is a relationship between who wins the super bowl and who becomes president...kind of. As long as the Redskins lose, Obama wins. 4. This guy somehow knows the temperature of all the constituents out there? And he is calling Obama the messiah? This only affects Florida anyway, right? 5. This guy knows how Hillary supporters feel and how they are going to vote as well? Last time I checked, women, especially Hillary supporters seem to be flocking to Obama (but I forgot, the polls lie). 6. A hairdresser in the Midwest said McCain is a stronger leader and people vote for strong leaders for president. Really? Did this guy get his 12 year old kid to write this? Heck of an argument. 7. Ah yes, the Bradley effect...well it's my understanding that there is pretty good evidence against the current existence of the Bradley effect. But the research was done at Harvard, which is a little elite if you know what I mean...like conspiracy elite, whatever. I guess I've officially become a reactionary ranter. Hopefully this will be my debut and farewell all at once.
joygwilson joygwilson 7 years
i think everything in this article makes sense. the media does blind people! america is so stupid sometimes and is seriously blinded by that the media and celebrities say. i am not saying mccain is perfect by any means, but obama obviously has distorted views of his plan of action and will do no good for this country.
lorenashley lorenashley 7 years
redstate.com? right.
momma-tikita momma-tikita 7 years
no thanks..i'll stay happy thank you very much!
zeze zeze 7 years
Link for anyone else who wants to be depressed: http : //www . huffingtonpost . com/ mitchell-bard/obama-is-dominating-in-th_b_138634 . html (remove spaces)
zeze zeze 7 years
Link for anyone else who wants to be depressed: http : //www . huffingtonpost . com/ mitchell-bard/obama-is-dominating-in-th_b_138634 . html (remove spaces)
zeze zeze 7 years
Those reasons are beyond lame. ...want some real reasons, there is an article on the Huffington Post with 4 reasons to still not think Obama will win that will seriously depress and worry any Obama supporter and add the voter being complacent b/c the media is making it seem like Obama is up 30pts and you get a McCain win! ugh...I wish I never read it.
kastarte2 kastarte2 7 years
I don't think either candidate is a lock. Six days is enough time for either side to implode.
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 7 years
I don't think anyone should ever call their ticket a "lock." You're just asking for it.
ceej ceej 7 years
Wow, such arrogance. It may well happen but the author's rubbish about the media as the basis of the argument is quite ridiculous. For every left leaning article there is at least as many if not more right leaning pieces. I love the fact that they equate the feminizing of the media as a bad bad thing and yet women will vote for Sarah Palin! I also refuse to accept that the US is a nation of rascists who won't vote for a black president.
momma-tikita momma-tikita 7 years
:oy: I dont even want to read them..
liliblu liliblu 7 years
Is this a real article?
janneth janneth 7 years
But doesn't Palin hurt him with the indies??
dreamsugar dreamsugar 7 years
:sick:
MarinerMandy MarinerMandy 7 years
Those are all anecdotal reasons. I'm not convinced.
stephley stephley 7 years
"But the national media has become a feminized, electronic vote-for-Obama nagging machine." Whoa, how many members of Citizen can you insult in one line!?! But my goodness, when faced with such carefully thought out, scientific reasoning as this article presents, I guess Obama supporters can only sleep in on election day - and brace for four more years of Bush policies. :rotfl:
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