Monday, October 13, 2008


We are approaching the culmination of this long election season in just a little more than three weeks and the outcome is anything but definite.

Three major polls released today (Gallup, Zogby, and Rasmussen) all have Senator McCain tightening the gap, with one showing the Maverick within a mere four points.

The McCain camp has quietly been retooling its campaign over the weekend; making staff changes and experimenting with new strategies. The Senator will debut a revamped stump speech today, with more straight-talk than ever before. At one point he even exclaims "22 days to go. The national media has written us off. We're just six points down. We got him right where we want him."

This type of fiery language is sure to enthuse a very tired base and increase the amount of fund raising capabilities.

San Francisco Pelosi has already intimated she expects an eventual Obama administration and is putting together a dangerous liberal agenda along with her fellow socialists.

Before Obama measures the curtains in the Oval Office, he ought to heed the lessons of his Democrat predecessors and be wary of that "October Surprise".

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