Monday, November 03, 2008

Election Day with Paulie

Obama landslide or McCain Upset?
Polls tightening and people having second thoughts

Who will be our next President? Unfortunately I do believe Barack Obama will be sworn in as the 44th President of the United States. Political logic as well as history shows that this will be a bad year for the GOP. However common sense would also dictate that Obama should be leading McCain by 20 points and on his way to a Reagan style landslide similar to 1984.

Why is this not the case? Why does McCain have a real chance at victory on Tuesday?

The mainstream media and liberal pundits are crying "racism" as the only reason why anyone would vote for McCain. The fact that Obama has proposed Socialist economic policies and had a spiritual mentor who hates America and despises Jews, somehow aren't reasons to cast a different ballot. Obama has also found a way to insult average hard-working Americans from all walks of life, criticizing their values and how they live their lives. Again, not a legitimate reason to not vote for Obamesiah.

This past weekend a couple of new developments entered the political arena granting McCain a fighting chance. First and foremost was an ad campaign from an anti-Obama group calling themselves GOPTrust.com. They spent 9 million dollars in battleground states running an ad featuring Obama's spiritual mentor Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

Pundits such as yours truly, Dick Morris and Bill O'Reilly have said that Wright would be Obama's downfall. The problem became that McCain decided that Wright wouldn't be an issue his campaign would raise. Duhhhhhhh!

Someone else is doing what McCain should have been doing since August.

The other development is a comment Obama made regarding the coal industry. In a nutshell he made a reference to bankrupting an industry that many Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia voters depend on. Nice!

Even with these last minute developments, McCain has to defend a multitude of states that Bush won in 2000 and 2004. The odds of him winning all these states are stacked against him. Nevertheless, stranger things have happened.

The other reason I believe Obama will win is because of the edge he has going into Election Day due to, dare I say, voter fraud.

As I wrote earlier this week, the dead are voting for Obama and so are nearly a half million fraudulently registered individuals. Since the deceptive practices of Acorn were concentrated in swing states, Obama goes into Tuesday receiving thousands of votes that should not exist.

What I do know for certain is that if McCain finds himself losing key states by a few thousand here and a few thousand there, he needs to save the integrity of our Constitution and challenge the results.

If this was any other year I would say that unless voter fraud is spotted, assuming it's there is just as shameful. This year unfortunately, we already know it exists.

Paulie








3 Comments:

At 11/05/2008 12:40 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paul,
Voter fraud? really? What about 2000? was that just a mishap of ballots and chads? The roadblocks in Florida not allowing people to the polls? That must have just been poorly planned construction. How could you even stoop to that level when you're own party was accused of obviously rigging the election in 2000. Give me a break. This was a clean election even with the problems at the polls. Why can't you just admit a defeat and congratulate without attacking? It's those views and opinions that really keep this country from rising to the top. I love you to death but you need to open your mind my friend. MG

 
At 11/05/2008 12:44 AM , Blogger Paulie said...

Did you even comprehend what I wrote? Did you even see that date and time I wrote it?

 
At 11/05/2008 11:02 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I did. twice.
I absolutely comprehended this..
"The other reason I believe Obama will win is because of the edge he has going into Election Day due to, dare I say, voter fraud."

and this...

"What I do know for certain is that if McCain finds himself losing key states by a few thousand here and a few thousand there, he needs to save the integrity of our Constitution and challenge the results."

Couldn't it just be a possibility that Obama won because Americans needed a change and needed someone who could lead this country to greatness, and not because of voter fraud?

 

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