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  1. Edit and then delete the comment:

    “Minnesota hasn’t gone Democratic since 1972″

    Clearly you meant to write “Republican,” Steven.

    Comment by MSS — Sunday, October 5, 2008 @ 12:39 pm

  2. Oops. Thanks for noting that and it is now fixed.

    Comment by Dr. Steven Taylor — Sunday, October 5, 2008 @ 12:41 pm

  3. It looks, at one month out, as if neither candidate will realize the potential that each seemed to have earlier of appealing to demogpraphics in the other party’s usual territory, and hence shaking up the map.

    Instead, it is looking to be just as partisan as the last three presidential elections. The difference, of course, is that one party is in serious electoral trouble and so a partisan contest this time means the Democrat will turn some Republican states his way. Those are states that have been trending Dem, anyway, such as Virginia, Ohio, Colorado, and Iowa.

    Comment by MSS — Sunday, October 5, 2008 @ 12:44 pm

  4. I think that that is about right.

    Comment by Dr. Steven Taylor — Sunday, October 5, 2008 @ 12:50 pm

  5. [...] numbers are far more significant than the previously noted Minnesota polls. While not impossible, it is extremely difficult to envision a McCain victory if he loses [...]

    Pingback by PoliBlog (TM): A Rough Draft of my Thoughts » Poll Numbers: Ohio — Sunday, October 5, 2008 @ 5:56 pm

  6. Obama’s credentials:
    - community organizer and attorney representing acorn, a socialist group which strong-arms banks and lending institutions with threats of law suit over discrimination if they don’t approve mortgages to unqualified recipients. acorn has deep ties to fannie/freddie and the 2008 financial disaster.
    - 20+ year relationship with ayers, a convicted terrorist and community organizer
    - 20+ year relationship with rev wright, the most prejudice and dispicable person, who openly screams how much he hates the USA.

    During 2008 presidential campaign, obama constantly blames Bush and the Republicans for this financial mess when in fact Bush warned of this as early as 2001, but nobody listened. Greenspan warned of this in 2004, but nobody listened. In 2004 McCain warned of this and tried to rally Congress to pass a bill to provide more oversight over fannie/freddie, the Republicans supported the bill, the democrats, led by Dodd, Schumer, and Frank, fought it while insisting there was nothing wrong with fannie/freddie. Look up the FoxNews archives if you don’t believe this. CNN, ABC, NBC will never report this.

    Even with all these facts, the Democrats still believe obama’s lies.

    Why are Democrats so blind to all this?

    Comment by socalitman — Monday, October 6, 2008 @ 2:53 am

  7. mccain is becoming insane! he went nuts today bashing obama on tv. he’s becoming a joke just like his side kick. those who throw stones should not live in glass houses. palin has her own issues to deal with. abuse of power is pretty important.

    Comment by joan — Monday, October 6, 2008 @ 4:40 pm

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