Tag Archives: John McCain

Bill Weld’s Presidential Endorsement

From the Boston Globe website: SALEM, N.H.-Former Massachusetts Gov. William Weld, a Republican, is endorsing Democrat Barack Obama for president, citing the senator’s steady leadership, good judgment and ability to unify Democrats, Republicans and independents. “Senator Obama is a once-in-a-lifetime candidate who will transform our politics and restore America’s standing in the world,” Weld said in a statement released Friday.…

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WTF! AP has the race even! How can this be?

While Drudge is proclaiming landslide proportions (ala Reagan) for Obama, the AP has the race dead even. I’m confused. Something’s gone awry with current polling methods. And then there’s this item that’s overlooked. A lot of wireless users are young people. Pollsters can’t reach them. Thus the polls are underestimating Obama’s real strength. That’s enough, in my humble opinion, to…

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Billion Dollar Presidential Campaigns will be commonplace

Just reading on Yahoo… some snippets, relating to campaign finance Obama’s monthly figure pushed his total fundraising to $605 million. No presidential candidate has ever run such an expensive campaign. His campaign raised $65 million in August, his previous best. Obama had initially promised to accept public financing if McCain did, but changed his mind after setting primary fundraising records.…

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