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Daily Archives: 31 October 2008
Three days to go and I don’t think Nov. 4 will go quickly or cleanly.
The essentials of this election have all the markings of a bad episode of West Wing: 14 percent of voters are undecided three days out, Ohio is using an unprecedented number of provisional ballots–fertile ground for endless lawsuits if the state is close, the polls are all over the map, the media is unabashedly in bed with one candidate, and thousands of radicals on both ends of the political spectrum feel it necessary to call anyone who does not agree with their viewpoint stupid. […] Continue reading
Am I saying McCain will win? No way. I’m just admitting we’re nervous–and really, really tired of all this. For us in the mainstream media, the campaign isn’t about choosing a president. It’s about us. Coming out of the Democratic … Continue reading
An AP poll shows that 14 percent of likely voters remain undecided four days before the election, according to Fox News.
If 14 percent of likely voters remain undecided, then how can anyone claim that the current polling, which shows Obama leading by an average of 6 percent according to RealClearPolitics, shows anything about the upcoming election? Perhaps all these average show is that people who have already decided to vote for Obama have done so in far greater numbers than people who have decided to vote for McCain. […] Continue reading