Obama widens lead in electoral poll

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  1. dragonfly

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    Wow, the barely GOP of 71 is not good.
     
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    That is true it could go either way


    George H. Bush was behind after choosing Dan Quayle


    but I did notice on the map that Colorado is moving , Florida is moving, Virginia is moving towards Obama.

    Minnesotta is lost and is solid blue.

    rural American may respond to Sarah Palin if she does not self-destruct.
     
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    Palin won't help, in fact, in the long run she will be a liability, not an asset.
     
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    and your reasons for saying that she will be a liability?

    I see her as a definite asset. Women have longed to see a REAL woman run for office, not the queen of the pantsuit who put up with a sleazebag for a husband. Palin is a shining example of the right kind of woman in politics.
     
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    I don't know, from what I saw on CNN the other day, while eating chinese with mom, were interviews with people on the street, they are impressed with her and her expereince, and he ability, even though she is a woman. I think your going to be quite surprised.
     
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    I agree Debbie, women have found a woman candidate they can actually stand behind.
     
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    Which women are you talking about? Conservative women do seem charged over Palin but the polls say she is favored by men more than women.
     
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    Although it will help McCain with his right-wing religious base, it will hurt him with pro-choice voters, especially pro-choice women.

    There's not doubt that Palin helps the republican ticket in some ways. I just think that the negatives might outweigh the positives in the long run.
     
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    This is the christianlike response? You do realize the man you are for in the Presidency left his first wife after she was disfigured in a car wreck, he started carousing around with various women then started affair with Cindy and flew all around the country seeing her while he was still married to Carol and then left his wife after to marry Cindy? I am in no way a Clinton fan but, really, why even bring the Clintons into this subject?
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/06/09/john-mccains-first-wife-s_n_106021.html
     
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    Yea but Cindy was prettier than Monica. :laugh:
     
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    Please discuss presidential polls here
     
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