Tuesday, July 08, 2008

The election is slipping away from McCain

Experience shows that most Americans will make up their minds by the time the two parties hold their conventions at the end of August and the beginning of September. Undecided voters are rapidly choosing up sides, and it looks as though Obama will maintain a healthy lead in the polls. Far more importantly, Obama is poised to win enough electoral votes to seal his election as the next President of the United States.

Obama is now planning a massive rally at Invesco Stadium with 70,000+ attendees where he will formally accept the Democratic nomination for the presidency. While the Obama juggernaut continues to organize in all fifty states, the McCain campaign has changed leadership for the third time in less than a year. McCain is basically starting over from scratch after squandering three months of campaign time.

Not to worry, my Republican friends: McCain will probably organize a huge rally of people who support him in an area where he enjoys widespread support . . . like Mexico, or Columbia, for instance.

One quick question for my Republican readers: what is John McCain doing campaigning for the presidency in Mexico?

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