Dem focus group participants like McCain

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We have heard much about Democratic defectors, Democrats whose candidate lose the primary and end up supporting John McCain. But it is pretty astonishing to see it. After the debate, Fox had this focus group containing only Democrats:



No wonder some lefty bloggers are beginning to squirm.

I wasn't buying it, but now I've seen it. Even if it only is on a small scale.



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capable of getting those infamous Reagan Democrats?

This one will be one for the books.


"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."
-Thomas Paine: The American Crisis, No. 4, 1777

would be talked about for a long time.



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...in the morning; and we have some time to go before it's all over. So I'm sure that this is almost certainly foolishly optimistic speculation, and there are a nigh-infinite number of reasons why I'm smoking crack by even contemplating this, let alone writing it - but, still:

You know, we could get the House back.

Like, this year.

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Of the left trying to find ways to blame our side for their own horrible situation.


"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it."
-Thomas Paine: The American Crisis, No. 4, 1777

You heard it here first. This election is ours to lose. Most folks are independent. McCain owns that market. That plus Democrat crossover and decent turnout from the GOP and it's going to be a blowout.

The corollary is that conservatives are going to have to accept that McCain has to keep talking nice about Ds and "working across the partisan lines." That stuff appeals to Is.

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If Nader is on the balott McCain will win by 10-12%. Without Nader McCain by 2-3%.

I don't think McCain has a chance in Oregon against Obama (Hillary yes). It's a pretty strong Obama state and polls already have him up 6 points on McCain. I think there are a lot of purple states that go red with Obama on the ballot, but Oregon won't be one of them.

I doubt he'll take California, but I wouldn't be at all surprised to see him pull PA, OH, MI, and WI.

Hope I'm wrong though.

"I ain't never votin' fo another Democrat so long as I can draw breath! I'll vote for a dog first!" - Leola Thomas

Yes, this election may have a percentage of anti-Bush voters Sooo?? We are in a war - he his in his eighth year - historically - not abnormal.....
Who are the Democrat nominees?? An unknown, well-spoken Senator from Chicago (Who doesn't appear to know who he his) versus a wife of a former President (whose decisions and escapades cannot help but be entered into the political arena.)
They would prefer to erect a bronze statue of former President
Clinton, but the more they talk, the less likely it will happen.
So, what was and is their choice......
Where is the Republican party leadership??

Listening to my idiot governor Ed Rendell complain about ABC's questions for the first hour really brought a smile to my face.

In prime time, a huge number of Pennsylvanians saw everything that is objectionable about Obama and Clinton for nearly a full hour.

John McCain will WIN Pennsylvania.

The moderators were clearly making Obama answer tougher questions.

As for the McCainocrats, it seems that the joke that McCain could have been a deal maker in Denver really is true.

no one recognizes Osamaa Bin Barack for what he truly is---just another braying jackass in a long line of them starting with the Massachusetts nuts whose names begin with K. I have more foreign policy experience than Obama and Clinton as I spent fourteen months in Vietnam and have visited Canada many times. That is better than being raised overseas as a snot nosed brat and decidely better than having tea with all those foreign dames.

Take a cue from our nominee and lets be better then this kind of attack.

...or don't post here. We don't think it's funny and we don't let it slide.

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