I'm far, far happier with a Democratic controlled legislature and President mucking with New Deal programs as opposed to the alternative.
Here's another possibility:
It's one variation of one poll. Other tracking polls show him at least 5 or 6 ahead. In addtiona, variations of this poll show him farther ahead than two points.
State polls are key, though. And he's well ahead of where he needs to be right now.
Should we work harder? Of course. But the sky isn't falling.
Feel better now?
And, despite my previous comments on a similar thread, I think we should stop taling about him as a person and start talking about him more abstract concept. The personal stuff is going a bit too far.
Play with the big boys, expect to get burned - more so if you have a questionable back ground. I know that I've always paid my taxes. He's digging himself a pretty deep hole, especially with his social security and Sammy Davis junior comments.
Aparently he dosen't care for Social Security either. Quite the reactionary poster boy:
This needs more exposure. Tax evasion? Really?
Indy, I could not possibly care less. I mostly just like to mock you for your unintentional hilarity. Which is often on display. You're not quite an engles yet, but with practice, you might get there.
So you've voting for Obama? That's fantastic. We knew you'd come around eventually. Can I send you a bumper sticker?
We're not idiots - we know your posting history. But you're an idiot for thinking we'd fall for this. Don't you have a birth certificate story to push? Or maybe some ACORN bullshit?
and I'm glad to see a post dripping with delicious sarcasm. Mmmmmmm.
The reporting on the attorney scandal was fantastic. On a political note, it could lead, somewhat indirectly, to New Mexico being represented entirely by Democrats at the federal level.
I don't know. The importance of the issue may dip a bit, but the damage has been done to McCain. He's not a leader anymore, he's "Not"-Obama, the same way that Kerry became "Not"-Bush.
The Feds had to spend 1.5 trillion just to (maybe) stabilize the situation. This problem isn't going away quite yet.
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