CNN reports that the only states that are still uncommitted (according to the polls) are six states that were for Bush in 2004. They are now a toss up but if they all go to McCain he will still lose.
CBS says that Obama won, although the polls do not seem to show a bump after the debate. This may be because there were so many things happening last week, including last week’s declaration by McCain of “Mission Accomplished” with
There is simply no rational basis for believing that McCain’s latest hijinks are performed in good faith. McCain is trying to leverage his declining political position by grandstanding on the national economic crisis. Yesterday Obama called McCain in the morning
The Republican Convention carefully avoided reference to the economy. This was clearly a wise move as recent news of the economy has caused McCain’s support to plummet like the stock market. Obma now has a nine point lead according to
Today the New York Times published an article that seems to say that Iraqis do not favor U.S. troop withdrawal. Toward the end you read that there was an extremely limited sampling of opinions. The Times just published a more
It appears that the curtain is going down on the Clinton campaign. With no realistic shot at winning a majority of delegates from the primaries and caucuses and no realistic shot at winning the popular vote, Clinton’s hopes are pinned