Comments Posted By Michael Kay
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McCAIN'S DISAVOWAL OF HAGEE A GOOD SIGN

Add on thought: the Democrats are claiming that Clinton's supporters will return to the fold regardless of how dissaffected they are. But the real issue is they don't all have to vote for McCain. A small percent only are required to swing the election and with numbers as high as 20 to 50 percent saying they will swing to a "McCain in moderate clothing" it looks like a great bet that he will win.

Comment Posted By Michael Kay On 23.05.2008 @ 16:15

A good move by McCain; gets rid of a problem, cuts off potential criticism and starts to position himself with "Clinton Democrats" as a 'moderate' who they can vote for. His SNL appearance poking fun at his age was also part of this clean up and sideline criticisms. What's next, a skit on Bush? It will be interesting to see if he can grab the center if Obama becomes the nominee. If he can I would guess he will win the GE, possibly in a landslide.

Comment Posted By Michael Kay On 23.05.2008 @ 15:47

DELEGATE PROJECTION SHOWS OBAMA A SHOO-IN

The whole point of the Democratic process is that delegates and particularly superdelegaltes are not obliged to vote for anyone in particular and can switch their professed allegence if they wish. If Obama proves unelectable then he has to hold on to his support all the way to the Convention - a long way with constant Republican sniping

Comment Posted By Michael Kay On 5.05.2008 @ 13:28


 


 


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