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McCain Bounces Ahead of Obama

Posted on Sep 7, 2008
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John McCain has captured the lead from Barack Obama, according to Gallup’s daily tracking poll. The data, which include two days of post-convention rumination, show McCain leading 48 percent to 45 percent. Rasmussen has the two candidates dead even.

Update: Other polls are starting to roll in with more bad news for Obama. A USA Today-Gallup poll shows McCain with a double-digit lead.


The latest Gallup Poll Daily tracking update shows John McCain moving ahead of Barack Obama, 48% to 45%, when registered voters are asked for whom they would vote if the presidential election were held today.

These results are based on Sept. 4-6 interviewing, and include two full days of polling after the conclusion of the Republican National Convention last Thursday night. McCain has outpolled Obama on both Friday and Saturday, and is receiving a convention bounce just as Obama did last week.

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By Frostedflakes, September 8, 2008 at 3:49 pm Link to this comment

Why are Americans, particularly caucasions , so easily swayed by empty rhetoric, be it by politicians or so-called pundits ? What is it that makes Americans incapable of thinking and searching out the facts for themselves ? When the whole world is begging for change, how is it that Americans are still unable to differentiate the staus quo from , at least , a chance for change ? I am no avid supporter of Obama, but John McCain is an old delusional coot willing to do or say anything in his quest for power; and Palin, a true fascist , is deemed approriate by Dick Cheney, so that within itself should be the greatest red flag ever!! When a demented old man , who wasn’t even wanted by his own party this time last year , and a hypocritcal neophyte , whom granted, is somewhat attractive , can win over the minds of a disillusioned electorate with the talk of change while their party is in charge , then America deserves them.

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By thebeerdoctor, September 8, 2008 at 3:41 pm Link to this comment

re: Sue Cook
We all know that Barry had to throw his pastor and church under the bus, such is the nature of the political beast. But shouldn’t the same scrutiny be applied to McCain’s VP choice? Here are 2 links to consider:’s_9_most_disturbing_beliefs/

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By samosamo, September 8, 2008 at 2:05 pm Link to this comment

Sex sells. Just as news shows have incorporated a bevy of institutional beauty queens to read the information of the day for the masses and pharmaceutial companies have beauty queen drug pushers invading doctor’s offices with their samples, the government will now become infected with nothing less than ms. universe types so that the votes will really be based on no real quality but to attract all those big lazy boy sportsmen, nascar fans and lumberjacks.
Shoot, there will eventually be nude spreads of the ‘elected beauties of congress’ and the president and vice-president will be photographed lounging around the white house in various positions. If nothing else we will be able to watch our government even if we turn the sound off. Gotta hand it to those neocons, they appear to not be missing a trick which is how and why palin was selected as ole johnny’s running mate. So much so, I have a strong feeling that most of the 70% to 80% of the people who think our country is going in the wrong direction will do a 180%s and vote this odd couple into the white house. There could not be a better robot to do the master’s bidding than women who will become fabulously rich, wield power and not have to do anything except what the master tells them.
Laugh, but this could very well happen. Most all other things we have come to think of as an institution has been whored out so why not the executive, legislative and the judicial branches of whatever kind of government our republic will have.

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By Aegrus, September 8, 2008 at 1:49 pm Link to this comment

Everyone should know McCain is a liar, Bubba. People like Sue turn a blind eye because they are too busy finding reasons to hate Obama. No matter how flimsy or insubstantial, a reason to hate Obama is a reason to hate Obama.

That’s all the naysayers and cynics are. Hate mongers social distortions

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By BubbaGump, September 8, 2008 at 1:48 pm Link to this comment
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POW McCain Lie ” I could have gone home early”

BULL! A Laughing stock to his FAMILY and WORSE to the US Military.
With his Daddy over the Fleet AND…
VIOLATION OF the Military Code of Conduct. The definitive code specifying the responsibility of ALL American Military Personnel while in combat or captivity.


III. If I am captured I will continue to resist by all means available.  I will make every effort to escape and to aid others to escape.  I will accept neither parole [early release] nor special favors from the enemy.

IV. If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my fellow prisoners.  I will give no information or take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades.  If I am senior, I will take command.  If not, I will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them up in every way.

V. When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am bound to only give name, rank, service number, and date of birth.  I will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability.  I will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its allies or harmful to their cause.


Get the TRUTH on the REAL “Manchurian Candidate” McCain.

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By peacenik1, September 8, 2008 at 1:38 pm Link to this comment
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I could never vote for John McCain, a senator who has repeatedly voted against raising the minimum wage back when it was $5.85 an hour (if I recall correctly).

He also has designs on Social Security.

His Straight Talk Express is loaded with special interest representatives. 

I hope working class people who are struggling to raise their families will remember this on November 4th.  McCain, with his seven kitchen tables, has absolutely no empathy for the working class, many of whom voted for their own executioners in the last two presidential elections.

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By BubbaGump, September 8, 2008 at 1:31 pm Link to this comment
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Don’t forget to ask Sue about ...
McCain “family” ties with Mr. “Murder, Inc.” Myer Lansky. And I’m sure she knows of John’s buddy Joe ‘Bananas’ Bonano? and Johnny’s OLD BOSS & DADDY-IN-LAW “dirt” with crimes of illicit booze, gambling, and probably murder.;p;pageId=57354 7/news/haunted-by-spirits/full ml 99.php


You said
“How do you know what John McCain will do when he’s in office?”
Thank GOD there is no HISTORY on the OLD MAN!

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By BubbaGump, September 8, 2008 at 1:09 pm Link to this comment
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The Sad part is that Sues “MAYBES” are still much better than what we KNOW about McCain! Starting with his LIES at the RNC
LIKE, War HERO? no Collaborator!
HE is an Anti-American WAR Collaborator.


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By Big B, September 8, 2008 at 1:07 pm Link to this comment


I had not seen the word “subterfuge” in quite a while. Thanks!

I think that a Mccain victory in november would be tanamount to LBJ winning in 1968 or Nixon running for a third term and pulling it out!
But this is America! never say never.

You are also correct about gov Sarah, Mccain never looked better.(and I think I caught a little side boob action yesterday, from Mccain, not Sarah)

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By libertarian, September 8, 2008 at 1:02 pm Link to this comment
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Senator Obama will lose the election. It’s true he is a superior candidate who would offer hope to the world but human nature, especially our national brand, is to dominate. We’re not about to give up such a pleasureable addiction. And Senator Obama likely does not have it in him to verbally eviscerate Senator McCain, a vitally necessary strategy.
1) McCain is weak on defense. His policies have demolished the readiness and intactness of the US military. His crazy temper will involve us in more misery worldwide. His continuing borrowing from the Communist Chinese to pay for his wars are destroying the underpinnings of our economy. Returning veterans are being treated like garbage by the government, a practice Sen. McCain endorsed by voting against the recent Veteran’s Act. Finally, he is weak-minded and unknowledgeable about the high-tech military systems he will be commanding.

As for a close election, the Diebold voting machines which handed Bush Ohio and the 2004 election are waiting in the weeds, ready to do their work again.

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By Aegrus, September 8, 2008 at 12:57 pm Link to this comment

You sure could, Sue, but when you answer a question with a question it just affirms your lack of understanding about the real issues at hand. Nothing you say has any validity, and you’re foisting speculation as fact where I do not.

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By Sue Cook, September 8, 2008 at 12:41 pm Link to this comment


I can ask you the same question of Obama.

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By Aegrus, September 8, 2008 at 12:33 pm Link to this comment

Fact: Obama is a politician? Now where did you get that obscure fact?

That’s the only fact you have.

Speculation: Obama probably wouldn’t have voted against the war. Gee, that’s real hard evidence, isn’t it?

What is an unhealthy relationship exactly? Having a home next to a person (Rezko), going to a church (Wright) or sitting on a board for education (Ayers). That is pure speculation.

Why do you want to throw away a vote to a man who can’t hold a single policy issue constant for more than a week based only on speculation? How do you know what John McCain will do when he’s in office?

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By shelle smythe, September 8, 2008 at 12:17 pm Link to this comment
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i agree that obama better take the gloves off; there is certainly plenty to say about the palin/mccain duo.  not to mention that, if they are elected the u.s. will have a pain-pill addled first lady. 

obama and the dems need to fight for us and quick—not that i believe totally in polls—they have never called ME…

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By Sue Cook, September 8, 2008 at 12:13 pm Link to this comment

To Aegrus,

Goodness gracious Aegrus but you are feisty when it comes to others opinions not in tune with Obama.

Ok,I’ll play, Obama brags about his “good judgment” when his disagreement with the Iraq war.  Well, a lot of us felt that same way at the time, not just him.  He wasn’t even in the senate when the vote was cast. I"m not so sure he wouldn’t have voted along with his colleagues if he was. (?)

Where was his good judgment when he had un-healthy relationships with Rev. Wright, Ayers and Rezko?
Surely these people have some pretty far left wing radical views and dispositions all of which Obama chose to ignore or possibly agreed to.

Again I say to you Aegrus, stop making Obama out to be the innocent.  He’s part of the powerful Chicago political machine.  He threw more than a few people under the bus to get to where he is today.

And that’s a fact!  He’s just another politcian, the same thing his Rev.Wright accused him of before he tossed him under the bus.

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By Aegrus, September 8, 2008 at 11:41 am Link to this comment

Well, who can do the best job, Sue? The man who crashed four planes before getting caught by the Vietcong? The man who cheats on his disabled wife with a younger, more-wealthy blond he met in a bar? The man who votes against renewable energy despite the lack of oil available in the world? The man who thinks tax cuts for the wealthiest will trickle down to workers when it is consistently proven untrue? The man who votes against our veterans consistently while also voting for them to be sent to wars for profit? The man who picks a veep he barely knows and has never worked with professionally? The man who feels it is fine to verbally assault his wife?

Who has the ability to lead? Who has the ability to follow.

The choice is simple: Obama/Biden ‘08

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By Blackspeare, September 8, 2008 at 11:36 am Link to this comment

Generally speaking, two things cause a regime change; one is a distressed economy and the other is war especially an unpopular one.  So not to worry Obama will have a cakewalk to the White House——oh, wait a minute I forgot that you can never overestimate the incompetence of the American electorate or is the US too large, too complex and too diverse to be governed by rational logic and thought.  In “normal” times the national election is a “beauty contest” with the prize going to the one with the best PR and related subterfuge.  In times of stress a change of regime is usually in order, but even so a cleverly devised campaign can mitigate that and so we have the raison d’etre for McCain’s selection of Palin——and thus we have another beauty contest before us.  Why even McCain looks 10 years younger when standing next to Palin!!

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By don knutsen, September 8, 2008 at 11:16 am Link to this comment
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Theres only one way to describe any nation, that after 8 years of what republicans in control has wrought would at this juncture still vote a republican administration back into office….a nation of IDIOTS…a nation where so many still refuse to think for themselves and let FOX News, or Limbaugh, or their church pastor think for them. Who run out and buy those ribbons for their car bumpers supposedly to support our troops when all they are really supporting is the long line of individuals who are cashing in of this war while our troops die for nothing but the fattening of the wallets of this administraion’s cronies, all the parasitic companies that sprung up like mushrooms at the onset of this war of choice.  Who listen to Palin speak, and despite the fact she had no answers at all, No experience at all, only vague statements to appease the ultra-conservatives that the republican machinery was afraid McSame had chased away. Her introduction only cements the republican party more firmly, if that were possible, back into the control of fundimentalist christianity where we have been for 8 miserable years and now the McSame camp is advertising themselves as the vehicle for change ?

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By Sue Cook, September 8, 2008 at 10:44 am Link to this comment

I don’t know if all polls are to get all excited about.  It just shows to me how fickle voters truly are!

People should turn off,and stop reading all news outlets and sit down and decide for themselves on which candidate is the best for the job.

After all, that’s all it is when you really look at it.  Just a job for those either in the democratic or republican party who can out do the other.  Who is the better strategist?  We, (the voters) are nothing but pawns in a huge chess game played out by the government every 4-years.  They want to make it look like we are important in deciding, but are we?, really? 

If you like to play the game, I dare you all to just do so and not use the biased media or either campaign, to manipulate, or sway you their way.

Look at their character, issues, past credentials, what they accomplished in life, what’s important to them.  How deserving they are of holding the highest office in the land?

Good luck, and may the best candidate get the job!

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By hank bultman, September 8, 2008 at 10:37 am Link to this comment
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At least we have a secret ballot!

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By Frostedflakes, September 8, 2008 at 9:18 am Link to this comment

Polls are complete crap. However, if Americans pick this idiot and his sidekick they deserve everything that comes with it. It is a sad state of affairs when a nominee not even wanted by his own party a year ago becomes president by default.

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By Jakob, September 8, 2008 at 8:53 am Link to this comment
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We’ve got work to do.

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By Aegrus, September 8, 2008 at 8:26 am Link to this comment

I don’t put any stock in polls, and we’re still far off in the November vote.

When the GOP talks about change, it means further destruction of your jobs and further diminished wages for your work. It means less rights to speak to your government and increased ownership of your land, jobs, resources and lives. The GOP is a Owners and Workers party who wants nothing between.

The Middle-Class is the saving grace of America.

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By KenDen, September 8, 2008 at 8:18 am Link to this comment

Another poll released today shows McCain with a 10 point lead.  We are all doomed.

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By Kevin C, September 8, 2008 at 8:14 am Link to this comment
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Marshal K I agree with you.  The 2000 and 2004 polls showed Bush behind but look at the outcome. 
I’m not an avid Obama fan but feel he is the better of 2 evils.  McCain is the same old stuff we’ve had for the past 8 years.  I’m willing to take a chance with Obama for at least 4 years.  I wished the Dem’s would get a little nastier to match the Republicans mindset and tactics.  It’s a shame they’ve taking elections to this level.

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By KMarx, September 8, 2008 at 7:11 am Link to this comment
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Beware the American people! The majority are morons. Since the 1980’s these same people have elected Republicans on a regular basis even thought these same Republicans have nothing to offer 99.5% of the populace except fear, a free-for-all Wall Street and a Corporate world that has shipped their futures overseas. What does this tell you about the American people????

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By L Woody, September 8, 2008 at 7:02 am Link to this comment
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are the apple so don’t bite!

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By thebeerdoctor, September 8, 2008 at 2:52 am Link to this comment

re: Big B, and everyone else

I have taken a long time on this, and despite the policy differences I have with Barack (Barry), I will go ahead and support him. Why? To answer that, you really have to live in the state of Ohio, where the last presidential election was stolen, not possibly, was, in fact. You have to live here to see all the vicious tricks used in this state, to disenfranchise thousands of black and brown skin voters, and everybody else who is poor, from their lawful democratic right.
Funny, like so many other voters, my decision is an emotional reaction. The rotten, bigoted, Republican party of this state, cringes with fear of the man with the permanent tan. So in fact, my vote for Barack Obama is a protest vote. A protest for all the uncounted in this state, who have been brutalized year after year, and no one seems to notice.
Excuse my language, but I am sick and tired of these bastards getting away with this shit.

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By Fahrenheit 451, September 8, 2008 at 2:11 am Link to this comment

Come on democrats; drop the knife, this is a gunfight!  Time to grab the .45.  Beware the polls; right now they’re crap.  Polls are a snapshot of a moving target; by the time they are published, the picture has changed.

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By Gawd, September 8, 2008 at 2:03 am Link to this comment
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Interesting. The tracking poll shows that the night that produced the biggest bounce for any major player in either convention (Obama, Biden, McCain, Palin) was the night Hillary Clinton delivered her terrific statesmanlike, presidential level speech.

That’s where every point of Obama’s mid-convention 8 point lead over McCain was earned. Even Bill’s speech didn’t produce additional points for Obama. After Hillary’s speech, Obama’s number began to decline, his own speech produced no gain of even a single point after that and then he lost points a couple of days after that.

On the other hand, Palin earned McCain a few points, McCain added a few for himself over that and then gained a couple more after that.

But neither of them, nor Biden, nor Obama produced the 8 point mid-convention bounce that Hillary’s night produced.

Bad sign for Obama.

Things look pretty good for Hillary in 2012, though.

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By Concerned Voter, September 7, 2008 at 9:10 pm Link to this comment
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It`s not only those “dumb,misleading” Polls,that make
me scream BS-media.There is plenty evidence that most
people are totally sick of what MSM-US delivers as
being so-called actual facts.It`s nothing but playing
toward the un-educated voter,because the ones who do
know how this game is being played (the majority)
know pretty well that the McCain-Palin ticket is a
total scam - something exclusively sold to win the election at all cost-thanks to the scum that gave us
George and that Dick.
Wake-up you Women Voters,Sarah Palin will be dropped
soon after,should McGeorge win,for a national Traitor
who`s name is J.Liebermann,so be ready to scream too.

But last week everything changed. John McCain’s choice of Governor Sarah Palin was the last straw. It makes American politics look like a sick comedy. My faith in my native country had already been shaken by other elections and by other wrongs, such as the Iraq war (which I at first supported, to my shame). But the moose-hunting pitbull with lipstick is too much. I have never used my vote in the past, but if I had, I would usually have voted Republican. Today no rational conservative can vote for the Palin and McCain ticket. It makes America an international laughing stock. The fact that there has been a Palin bounce, after her charismatic speech, fills me with dismay.

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By jackpine savage, September 7, 2008 at 8:49 pm Link to this comment

And we all know how accurate polls are…

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By JimM, September 7, 2008 at 7:29 pm Link to this comment

Actally, from a poplulation that elects the insane clown posse member bush president, and then re-elects him, why am I surprised that lonny-bin Mcain is pulling even along with his Zomby-Woof moose eater of a running mate?
The Dems need to strike back with loud noise, flashy colors, and quickie sound bite to attract attention to the american voter. If they dont they will lose. How pathetic.

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By JimM, September 7, 2008 at 7:16 pm Link to this comment

Yeah,. Big B.

What could ANYone be “thinking” to favor McCain and Palin over Obama and Biden?

This is Horrifying Thought that these lunatics can actually win.

How incredibly f’ing. stupid are americans, anyway.
un-freakin’-believably so!, that’s how!!

Oh Der God….

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By Virginia777, September 7, 2008 at 5:47 pm Link to this comment

Call me cynical but I think the National Enquirer story is intentionally false. That way Palin can cry “not fair” re: the Media, and gain all kinds of sympathy and support.

The Enquirer has been following an alarming right-wing trend for some time now, and I don’t see them changing, not at all.

Just wait for how they crash down on Obama next, stirring up racist fears, the works!

And I agree with KenDen. Biden is using the wrong tactic - with Steve Schimdt aboard, its NOT time to be nice!

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By Inherit The Wind, September 7, 2008 at 5:29 pm Link to this comment

That’s not much of a bounce.  And it’s less than the Margin of Error, so it means they are dead even.

Still, watch it slide back to Obama in the near future.

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By KenDen, September 7, 2008 at 5:17 pm Link to this comment

When are the Democrats ever going to go on the attack?  They always want to play nice and it gets them nothing.  Today I saw Biden talking about what a great politician Palin was and how smart she was.  What the hell is he thinking.  Why is he throwing out these nice complements to someone who raked Obama over the coals?  What the f**k is with these stupid democrats.  Why can’t they get out there and kick some butt?  No they have to play nice and we are the ones who get screwed when the republicans win the elections.  Don’t they understand that the American people see going negative as a positive?  If you can’t really attack your political opponent, how are you ever going to protect America?  That’s the American thought process.  Wake up democrats before we lose another one to the morally bankrupt religious right.

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By Marshall K, September 7, 2008 at 5:12 pm Link to this comment

In the olden days before cell phones and answering machines, pollsters would call a cross section of people in the evening and people actually answered and would participate.  The results could be surprisingly accurate.  Now they do whatever they can to get some people to participate including soliciting online participants.  There is no way that the polls these days are accurate enough to be able to really say who is ahead.  The only poll that counts is on election day.  Lets just hope that these fishy electronic voting machines are honest and accurate.

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By Hatchcover, September 7, 2008 at 4:24 pm Link to this comment
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Well Gallup didn’t contact me or anyone I know.  Why?
They don’t know my CELL number!  Margin of error maybe?

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By PatrickHenry, September 7, 2008 at 3:56 pm Link to this comment

Where do they poll? Tel Aviv.

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By troublesum, September 7, 2008 at 3:22 pm Link to this comment

There are conflicting poll results all over the internet.  This morning on “Meet the Press” Tom Brokaw was talking with Biden and he had a poll - an NBC poll presumably - and it showed Obama ahead 47-45.  It was also taken during and after the conventions.  It showed that each got a bounce from their respective conventions, but then things levelled out to where they were before the conventions with Obama a couple of points in front.
According to dailykos the post convention poll that always indicates any real movement is the one taken the Monday after the convention, so tomorrow will tell.

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By Cran Berry, September 7, 2008 at 3:12 pm Link to this comment

Obama is finished. The selection of, uh, what’s her name, was an unbeatable coup. Worse, Obama has had nothing to say of late about change and all that. He lost spirit, and with it, the enthusiasm of those who got him the nomination. Simply put - Obama has proven not up to the task. Palin has.

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By Big B, September 7, 2008 at 3:06 pm Link to this comment

Perhaps everyone needs to realize the important message of the ever tightening poles of late. They have all shown a tightening of the race, plain and simple. The dimmos, however, need to read this fact into the race for the white house, Why, in a year of recession, unpopular and debilitatng wars, an 8 year presidency that is by all measures an abject failure, why is this even close? The gap in this years cycle should be 20 to 30 points! I can think of no reason that a bright, energetic, candidate like Barry isn’t far out in front in this year of repug slaughter.
Oh ya, there is that whole “black” thing.
Now think about 10% of the dimmo faithful not voting for Barry just because of his inherant “tan”. That is enough to swing this election.
Impossible you say? Think about this, how many people in your whole life have you heard use a word like “nigger” or “spic” in a derogotory way? Now think about what they will do when behind the curtain in the voting booth.
Kinda scarey, isn’t it?

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By Frank, September 7, 2008 at 2:58 pm Link to this comment

When the National Enquirer breaks the full story of Palin’s alleged extramarital affair with her husbands business partner, we might see the ratings change quite a bit. Before anyone dismisses the National Enquirer as non-credible, let’s not forget they broke the Bill Clinton and John Edwards extramarital affair stories, which turned out to be true.

I’m not convinced it is a true story yet by any means, but can you imagine the fallout that will come if it is?

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By adagio, September 7, 2008 at 2:21 pm Link to this comment

As usual Gallup reads way too much into an essentially meaningless difference.  Saying who’s up and who’s down when the numbers are that close is absurd.  They even admit to a 2% margin of error, and I suspect that is understated.

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By George, September 7, 2008 at 2:15 pm Link to this comment
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Way waste our time with pollsters.  Incredible,  people consume this nonsense of Gallup and the other pollsters.  If you want to track then follow the voter registration—it does not match what is given by Gallup.  Who is Gallup polling, not me, and I wouldn’t respond anyways.  We must stick to the issue affecting America, treat Palin as a non-entity and a distraction, more as trouble maker, and deal with McCain on his survivability as President.  The seeds must be planted by secondary parties—but keep hitting and demand that his medical history be reveal one hundred percent. Scares the hell out me realizing Palin, antithesis of Hillary, will likely be President—we’ll all be on Prozac at that point.

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