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    Default Polls on 3/4 show John McCain has lead - wtf!!!

    This is crazy - it shows McCain leading Obama and Clinton. It shows Clinton slightly ahead of Obama and shows they have equal unfavorable ratings but McCain has the lowest unfavorable rating!! These polls are changed from minute to minute but I don't like seeing any that show McCain leading.

    Daily Presidential Tracking Poll...OBAMA"S NEGATIVES RISE..

    Daily Presidential Tracking Poll Tuesday, March 04, 2008 Advertisment The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Tuesday shows Hillary Clinton barely ahead of Barack Obama nationally for the second straight day. In the race for the Democratic Presidential Nomination nationally, Clinton now holds a two-point edge over Obama, 46% to 44%. Prior to these past two days, Clinton had trailed every day for three weeks (see recent daily results). Clinton’s modest rebound nationally corresponds to a similar rebound in late polling for the key states of Ohio and Texas.
    A week ago, it seemed likely that today would mark the end of Hillary Clinton’s presidential dreams. With her recent bounce, however, there is now a good chance her campaign will continue at least until April 22 when voters in Pennsylvania have their say. Contrary to much recent discussion among the chattering class, the popular vote matters more in Texas and Ohio than the delegate count. See the Rasmussen video report on Ohio and Texas. Video reports are also available from AP, Reuters, and Fox News.

    As voting began this morning, Rasmussen Markets data showed Obama remained a very slight favorite to win Texas while Clinton was heavily favored in Ohio. Rasmussen Markets data is updated continuously and will be the first to measure the impact of Tuesday’s results on prospects for Clinton and Obama. On Tuesday morning, Obama was given an 80% chance of winning the nomination. If that number falls significantly after voting wraps up today, it will have been a good day for Hillary Clinton.

    Looking to the general election, John McCain has a slight lead over both Democrats. McCain now leads Obama 47% to 44% and Clinton 47% to 46% (see recent daily results). Obama is viewed favorably by 51% and unfavorably by 48%. McCain’s numbers are 55% favorable, 43% unfavorable. Clinton earns positive reviews from 49% of Likely Voters nationwide and negative assessments from 48% (see recent daily results). Obama is trusted more than McCain on the issues of health care and education. McCain has the edge on negotiating trade agreements. Last week, a separate survey found that McCain is trusted more than Obama when it comes to National Security, the War in Iraq, and the Economy. Obama is trusted more on the issue of Reducing Government Corruption.

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    *snickers*

    Enjoy another 4 years of republican failure.
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    ^^ Not funny Grrim - remember - the sickness will spread north!!!

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    No it won't. We detest what's become of America already.
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    Will you be upset when we invade Canada to take control of your oil and just make it neater so we can be connected to Alaska? LOL

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    You'll pardon me if I shoot a number of your soldiers as they pass by, that is if I'm not laughing at them for getting stranded in the snow, losing their equipment, and so forth
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    ^^ what equipment? You act as if we properly supply our soldiers when we send them into war!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    *snickers*

    Enjoy another 4 years of republican failure.
    I wouldn't be so fast to snicker Grimm, I'm sure the rest of the world will enjoy it as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    ^^ what equipment? You act as if we properly supply our soldiers when we send them into war!!
    oH NO, you guys have TONS of high tech gadgets, vehicles, and all sorts of nifty weapons. All we have are 40 year old rifles, a few tanks, 25 year old jets, 3 thirty year old diesel powered submarines that catch fire, about 10 sea king helicopters that fall out of the sky, and jeeps without tops on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    Will you be upset when we invade Canada to take control of your oil and just make it neater so we can be connected to Alaska? LOL
    Meh. We've been preparing for that forever. We just figured our water was our liquid gold, these days it's oil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimmlok View Post
    oH NO, you guys have TONS of high tech gadgets, vehicles, and all sorts of nifty weapons. All we have are 40 year old rifles, a few tanks, 25 year old jets, 3 thirty year old diesel powered submarines that catch fire, about 10 sea king helicopters that fall out of the sky, and jeeps without tops on them.
    You forgot to mention the superior intelligence gathering we have too!

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    Thanks Hillary for stretching this out another 5-6 months so the numbers can go down even more!!

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    I think any Democrat who underestimates McCain is a fool. The guy could really do a number on our blue states. He confirmed on Tuesday that he is going after Cali-which he can win. Everyone forgets that Cali is one of our purple states and is not solid blue. It votes with the Dems in part because the Repubs usually run right wingers. McCain is the type of Republican that could win here. If the Dems lose Cali, it's over, we can't get into the WH. Regardless of what national polls say, elections are always won state by state.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ingi View Post
    Thanks Hillary for stretching this out another 5-6 months so the numbers can go down even more!!
    Yeah - how dare she fight on for the 46% of the public who said they would vote for her!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintTheTownRed View Post
    I think any Democrat who underestimates McCain is a fool. The guy could really do a number on our blue states. He confirmed on Tuesday that he is going after Cali-which he can win. Everyone forgets that Cali is one of our purple states and is not solid blue. It votes with the Dems in part because the Repubs usually run right wingers. McCain is the type of Republican that could win here. If the Dems lose Cali, it's over, we can't get into the WH. Regardless of what national polls say, elections are always won state by state.
    It's true for a few of my friends here in NYC. They're moderates, totally middle of the road and they're voting McCain. They seem to feel he is not the typical Repub....they like his record, they feel he's no neo-con, they like the fact that him and George W hate each other.

    So if NYC moderates, who would be considered left wing in most of America are voting McCain, then he definitely appeals to a lot of different people
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