Thursday, October 09, 2008

Campaign News

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With less than four weeks to go and coming off a lackluster debate, here's what's going on in the worlds of Obama/Biden & McCain/Palin.

Supposed big news from John McCain's camp today. Update: The big news is the Ayers ad.

Sarah Palin is going to drop the ceremonial first puck at the Flyers/Rangers game on Saturday. I expect to hear a smattering of boos but mostly cheers from the decidedly suburban crowd. A gamble for the campaign for sure but remember, these are fans that stopped a hockey game between these two teams so they could watch President Bush speak in the wake of 9/11. Best comment so far from Philly sports fans who are pissed off on a good day:

Good PR stunt by Snider! An attractive, smart, Vice Presidential candidate can drop the puck here anytime and promote the sport. Afterall, the Democrats have been dropping the ball in this City for decades.
Finding falsehoods in a Biden campaign e-mail. It's like counting hairplugs in a bad hairdo...

The spotlight is on ACORN and it's forcing the cockroaches to scurry. This is another Obama mess the media failed to report that is coming back to bite him. BTW, 105% of Indianapolis residents are registered, I would bet ACORN ensures that it's a full 118% by election day. Chicago politics goes national, baby! A whole nation full of "community activists" await the election of Obama.

Reporter: Obama plane reeks. Hope and change the air freshener on occasion.

Who wrote Dreams From My Father? A must read.

This Ayers issue must really have them scared. The medias response is a steady drumbeat of fear and race baiting. Good.

Cindy McCain seems the quiet mother and wife. That is until you vote to withhold funding when her child is fighting for our nation in Iraq:

"The day that Senator Obama decided to cast a vote to not fund my son when he was serving sent a cold chill through my body," Cindy McCain told a crowd of several thousand here, speaking in advance of Palin and her husband."I would suggest Senator Obama change shoes with me for just one day and see what it means to have a loved one serving in the armed services."

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