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The Forgotten American

Some thoughts on the electorate from Victor Davis Hanson. He also has some more news about Al Qaeda in Iraq for Barack Obama.


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Mike Puckett wrote:

"The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Sunday shows John McCain with a slight lead over both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. McCain now leads Obama 48% to 43% and Clinton 47% to 44% (see recent daily results). New data released today shows that Obama is trusted more than McCain on the issues of health care and education. McCain has the edge on negotiating trade agreements. Last week, a separate survey found that McCain is trusted more than Obama when it comes to National Security, the War in Iraq, and the Economy."

Looks like the forgotten American might be waking up.

And Hillary is now a stronger opponent than Barry O'.

As I said before, BO has nowhere to go but down.

Rand, I think you are right, I think we may be in for a return to 1972.

Habitat Hermit wrote:

May all three of you be right and I liked the comment over at the article about it being a good start/initial draft for a McCain acceptance speech ^_^

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