The Seven Reasons McCain-Palin Are a Lock to Win

There are seven serious, historic, demographic and other wise culturally compelling reasons Senator John McCain and Governor Sarah Palin will win the election on November 4, 2008 – a date of defeat that will sear itself into the Democratic Party’s collective consciousness.

The first and foremost reason McCain-Palin will win is the absolute arrogance, elitism, condescending, patronizing and in-your-face voter suppression campaign – don’t ... Full Story »

Posted by Fabrice Florin
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Subjects: U.S., Politics
Topics: Presidential Election 2008, John McCain, Obama Administration, Sarah Palin
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Posted by: Posted by Fabrice Florin - Oct 29, 2008 - 6:23 AM PDT
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Paul Keene
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by Paul Keene - Oct. 29, 2008

The author made no effort to gather or cite any facts. This article is pure fiction based on the authors personal desires for the election. I again plead that only articles written by qualified individuals using unrefutable facts and cites be reviewed by this board. There is no sense wasting our time on this kind of tripe.

Bravo Dan for showing how to write an article without a shred of fact or evidence.

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J. B. Van Wely
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by J. B. Van Wely - Oct. 29, 2008

Much more rant than news

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Elizabeth Reynolds
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by Elizabeth Reynolds - Oct. 29, 2008

No.

I would rate this a ZERO if I could. The most accurate description of this wishful-thinking article is unprintable, so I'll use other words: UTTER AND ABSOLUTE POPPYCOCK.

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Patrick Johnson
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by Patrick Johnson - Oct. 29, 2008

It's an opinion piece disguised as fact

The author is grasping at straws. His first reason (McCain was leading on Labor Day and who ever leads the polling on Labor Day wins) is ridiculous, and the Pro-Hillary PUMA Democrats are a media myth. You can't cite the historical value of polls as an indicator and then dismiss current polling. And lastly is the media coverage biased toward Obama or has McCain campaign been such a disaster it's given the press nothing good to write about? Six of one, half dozen of the other, I'd say

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