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Sal’s 2008 Election Predictions

November 3, 2008

Mike, Ryan, and I will be posting our election-day predictions between now and tomorrow morning.  This first installment covers my predictions for Election Day 2008.  President:  Looking at the polls, I think that the punditry is at minimum overestimating Democrat strength and discounting the current large number of undecideds found in several polls.  While I [...]

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There’s Hope in the Wind

October 18, 2008

Everywhere you lck Oook in the Drive-By Media, they are already celebrating the Obama victory. It will be a landslide many say, akin to Reagan’s 1980 sweepto defeat incumbent President Jimmy Carter. Yet, if you look between the lines, there are reasons for hope and optimism pointing to a possible McCain victory. Over the last [...]

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Third Presidential Debate Preview

October 15, 2008

Tonight is the Third and Final Presidential Debate between Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama.  The debate is in the traditional format similar to the first debate, with an emphasis on domestic policy, and will be moderated by Bob Schieffer of SeeBS News.    In spite of articles in the New York Times, LA Times, and [...]

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How McCain Can Win

October 6, 2008

bJohn McCain is currently behind in Presidential election by three to eight points, depending on the poll.  With only a month less to go, McCain’s current strategy is obviously not working.  During the last two weeks, the Obama campaign has succeeded in defining the narrative of the day.  McCain needs aggressively to go on the offensive [...]

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