Friday, October 31, 2008

Like I've been saying. . .

Drudge is reporting:

ZOGBY SATURDAY: McCain outpolled Obama 48% to 47% in Friday, one day, polling. He is beginning to cut into Obama's lead among independents, is now leading among blue collar voters, has strengthened his lead among investors and among men, and is walloping Obama among NASCAR voters. Joe the Plumber may get his license after all...

This doesn't mean that McCain has it locked up any more than the polls that showed Obama in the lead, but like I've been saying the undecideds are breaking for McCain, or it might be more accurate to say that they are breaking against Obama.

The fact is that everything there is to know about McCain has been out there for years. There is simply nothing else to learn about him. It is Obama that is the "X" factor and every last thing we've learned about him in the past couple of months has been bad. There just isn't anything out there to convince anyone who hasn't already drunk the Obama kool-aid to do so.

This is going to be a close 2.5 to 5 point election and there is the possibility of the popular vote going one way and the electoral vote going the other like it did in 2000, but in the end McCain/Palin will emerge the winners.

UNLESS the margin is so tight that the ACORN voter fraud is able to swing things to Obama in a couple of key swing states. But I doubt that because ACORN is really strong only in places that are already going to go for the little messiah.

The best part is not going to be McCain in the White House. THAT is going to be a battle that conservatives are going to have to fight nearly every day. No the best part will be watching Keith Olberman literally explode on live TV - and I'm talking about the kind of detonation that leaves brains on the wall.

That and the fact that Sarah Palin will be the heir apparent for the next presidential nomination in 2012 or 2016, depending on whether McCain wants a second term.

Just remember that no matter what the polls say Obama doesn't lose unless we actually get out and vote.