Archive for October 21st, 2008

Gun Ad

21Oct08

The NRA has a pretty strong ad attacking Obama on guns. In battleground states Colorado, Florida, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin, the National Rifle Association will be taking aim at Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., with this new ad. The ad refers to a 2003 incident when a Wilmette, Ill., restaurateur […]


Cell Only

21Oct08

One of Barack’s distinct advantages. Another closely-watched group this year, particularly for the poll-obsessed, are those voters who have abandoned traditional phone service for mobile phones. Obama leads by better than 2 to 1 among these voters. Another reason that Barack is a transformational candidate appealing to Colin Powell.


Done with James

21Oct08

Sometimes I feel So Uninspired.


Race Stalled

21Oct08

The Gallup poll is up to a 7% Obama lead today among likely voters, joining Zogby in the swing toward Barack over the past couple of days, while Rasmussen moved down to a 4% Obama lead yesterday. Among all registered voters, there has been fairly little variation in recent days, with Obama receiving between 50% […]


Are higher taxes polling well now – perhaps Americans are convinced by Barack that federal taxes are something that only happens to other people? If not, why is Barney talking about how out of control spending followed by higher taxes is something he favors?


Michael Savage looks more accurate all the time – Liberalism is a mental disorder. First, Joe Biden issues an urgent warning, seemingly designed to make certain that Americans are scared to vote for Barack Obama. And now, Madelaine Albright says that wasn’t an opinion Biden was offering – it’s a fact – electing Barack is […]


McCain’s Move

21Oct08

The polls remain scattered on the presidential race, with the small tilt back toward Barack continuing and signaling that McCain needs something new to close the gap. Zobgy, which two days ago showed a 3 point lead for Barack, now has the race at 8 points. Obama leads McCain 50 percent to 42 percent among […]