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Post by mianderso » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 05:06:48


obama 49  mccain 42

I just dont see this as a super competitive race.

 
 
 

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Post by David Loewe, Jr » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 07:19:45

On Sun, 21 Sep 2008 13:06:48 -0700 (PDT), mianderson

Quote:

>obama 49  mccain 42

>I just dont see this as a super competitive race.

RCP composite average

Obama  - 47.6
McCain - 45.4
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Post by Matthew Henni » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 08:32:56



Quote:
> obama 49  mccain 42

> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.

That's just precious.

MH

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Post by stephen » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 09:27:36

Quote:

> obama 49  mccain 42

> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.

the three 9/18-9/20 track polls have obama ahead by 4, 1, and 1. looks
close to me.
 
 
 

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Post by Chris Bellom » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 09:51:20

stephenj wrote, On 9/21/08 7:27 PM:

Quote:

>> obama 49  mccain 42

>> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.

> the three 9/18-9/20 track polls have obama ahead by 4, 1, and 1. looks
> close to me.

My prediction: this time next week we'll get the true lay
of the elect***map. But not before then.

cb

 
 
 

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Post by Eric Ramo » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 10:46:36


Quote:
> stephenj wrote, On 9/21/08 7:27 PM:


> >> obama 49 ?mccain 42

> >> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.

> > the three 9/18-9/20 track polls have obama ahead by 4, 1, and 1. looks
> > close to me.

> My prediction: this time next week we'll get the true lay
> of the elect***map. But not before then.

> cb

there's a debate this Friday night. I'm thinking the fallout from that
will keep things in flux longer than you suggest.
 
 
 

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Post by Chris Bellom » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 10:48:36

Eric Ramon wrote, On 9/21/08 8:46 PM:

Quote:

>> stephenj wrote, On 9/21/08 7:27 PM:


>>>> obama 49  mccain 42
>>>> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.
>>> the three 9/18-9/20 track polls have obama ahead by 4, 1, and 1. looks
>>> close to me.
>> My prediction: this time next week we'll get the true lay
>> of the elect***map. But not before then.

>> cb

> there's a debate this Friday night. I'm thinking the fallout from that
> will keep things in flux longer than you suggest.

I don't think the debates will move things much. I do
think this proposed buyout might.

cb

 
 
 

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Post by Dan Brett » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 10:55:42


Quote:
> Eric Ramon wrote, On 9/21/08 8:46 PM:


> >> stephenj wrote, On 9/21/08 7:27 PM:


> >>>> obama 49 ?mccain 42
> >>>> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.
> >>> the three 9/18-9/20 track polls have obama ahead by 4, 1, and 1. looks
> >>> close to me.
> >> My prediction: this time next week we'll get the true lay
> >> of the elect***map. But not before then.

> >> cb

> > there's a debate this Friday night. I'm thinking the fallout from that
> > will keep things in flux longer than you suggest.

> I don't think the debates will move things much. I do
> think this proposed buyout might.

Agreed....the only time a debate has probably swayed an election was
in 1960.  Bush clearly lost the debates in 2000 and again in 2004.
The media and the GOP have always successfully painted it as those
darned elitists beating up on the reg'lar fellow.  And then <GASP> the
*** daughter of Richard Cheney was uttered!!!!!!!!

Dan

 
 
 

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Post by xyzz » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 11:22:46


Quote:

> > Eric Ramon wrote, On 9/21/08 8:46 PM:


> > >> stephenj wrote, On 9/21/08 7:27 PM:


> > >>>> obama 49 ?mccain 42
> > >>>> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.
> > >>> the three 9/18-9/20 track polls have obama ahead by 4, 1, and 1. looks
> > >>> close to me.
> > >> My prediction: this time next week we'll get the true lay
> > >> of the elect***map. But not before then.

> > >> cb

> > > there's a debate this Friday night. I'm thinking the fallout from that
> > > will keep things in flux longer than you suggest.

> > I don't think the debates will move things much. I do
> > think this proposed buyout might.

> Agreed....the only time a debate has probably swayed an election was
> in 1960. ?Bush clearly lost the debates in 2000 and again in 2004.
> The GOP does a great job of lowering expectations so that if their nominee
> doesn't throw up on himself and fart loudly, he's considered to have won.

> Dan

IFYPFY
 
 
 

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Post by Google Beta Use » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 23:17:34


Quote:
> obama 49 ?mccain 42

> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.

Come on Mia, I'm all for Obama, but you can't use Kos man.

Use Gallup/PPP for national numbers.

Rasmussen seems steady...it doesn't swing hard either way.

But some of their numbers are really tight.  I just don't think
florida is tied or that in NC McCain's only up by 3 (both are McCain
all the way.)  Also, Rasmussen has Obama up by 2 in Wisconsin and by 3
in Jersey and 4 in Oregon.  Which means all three are tossup states?

I thinkt here's only four tossup states in this election: CO, VA, MI
and PA.   Every other state IMO is obvioiusly for one or the other.

 
 
 

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Post by Google Beta Use » Tue, 23 Sep 2008 23:19:16


Quote:

> > stephenj wrote, On 9/21/08 7:27 PM:


> > >> obama 49 ?mccain 42

> > >> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.

> > > the three 9/18-9/20 track polls have obama ahead by 4, 1, and 1. looks
> > > close to me.

> > My prediction: this time next week we'll get the true lay
> > of the elect***map. But not before then.

> > cb

> there's a debate this Friday night. I'm thinking the fallout from that
> will keep things in flux longer than you suggest.

Its on Foreign Policy.  Interstingly Obama pushed for Foreign Policy
to be first, and the one on the Economy to be last (it'd been planned
the other way).

Interesting.

Either:

1) Obama wants to get what he thinks'll be the hardest one out of his
way.
or
2) He's assuming he's got the upper hand on the economy, and that
that'll be the last impression people have as it's the final debate.

Do people watch all three debates in equal numbers?

 
 
 

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Post by James Schrump » Wed, 24 Sep 2008 09:16:49


Quote:
> obama 49  mccain 42

> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.

Well, then by all means your guy should slack off and quit campaigning -- I
mean, the race is won, right?

Signed,

The Tortoise

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Not tonight!

 
 
 

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Post by Chris Bellom » Wed, 24 Sep 2008 13:29:11

James Schrumpf wrote, On 9/22/08 7:16 PM:

Quote:

>> obama 49  mccain 42

>> I just dont see this as a super competitive race.

> Well, then by all means your guy should slack off and quit campaigning -- I
> mean, the race is won, right?

> Signed,

> The Tortoise

Well played, sir.

cb
honestly.