OBAMA leads over McCain!

United States
July 13, 2008 2:50pm CST
Yes, it is true. Using the latest valid high tech very accurate modern polling methods, the Gallup orgainization puts Barack (HUSSEIN) Obama just ahead of John (Grandpa Simpson) McCain. Read about here. http://www.gallup.com/poll/108766/Gallup-Daily-Support-McCain-Obama-Stays-the-Zone.aspx Any chance Grandpa Simpson catches up and passes Hussein? What will it take? BTW: A responder jokingly asked in one of my other threads that if we are going to call Obama by his middle name, how'd I like it if he refered to McCain as Grandpa Simpson. I think it is a fine idea!
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@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
14 Jul 08
There is only one poll that means a damn thing, and that is on election day. Everything else is just nonsense.
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• United States
14 Jul 08
So, did you have to spoil the fun by bringing the conversation back to reality?
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@clrumfelt (5424)
• United States
13 Jul 08
I agree with you. Grandpa Simpson has a much more friendly ring to it than Hussein.Grandpa isn't far behind Hussein in the polls and people are beginning to take an honest look at Hussein and change their minds (some of his superdelegates have changed over to Hillary) I think Grandpa will be passing up Hussein any day now.
• United States
13 Jul 08
Actually, I do think McCain will overtake Hussein. Grandpa Simpson is all American whereas Hussein is, who knows? I also see subtle signs the tide is shifting away from Hussein. McCain's fund raising has picked up. Arnold Schweinneger strongly endorsed McCain on ABC's Sunday show this morning. I think Obama is starting to worry people as to who he is.
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@clrumfelt (5424)
• United States
15 Jul 08
The news reports of late back up your comments. An endorsement from the Terminator? How can McCain lose now?!
@laglen (19782)
• United States
15 Jul 08
vote - Vote Conservative
Regarding Grandpa Simpson - LMAO Is that the best he could do? Grandpa is a warm fuzzy, Hussein is not! lol Regarding the Gallop poll - think of how many people (mostly conservatives) prefer to keep their vote private so we truly will not know until November, or maybe after December when the loser keeps asking for recounts! I think that at this point it is the undecideds, and most specifically the conservatives like me. I do not like McCain, but I sure as he77 won't be voting for Obama. McCain is just too liberal for my taste.
@gewcew23 (8011)
• United States
13 Jul 08
What is wrong with using BHO's middle name, it is his name. Hussein might win, Hussein might lose, but no one will no until November. I know that McCain is not going to like us calling B-HO Hussein but like I said in an earlier discussion with you we will have to down McCains dirty work. So redyellowblackdog pick up your hatchet and let us go to work. If we leave this election up to McCain it will turn into Clinton vs. Dole 96 all over again. So unless we want a Hussein in the White House we need to do so thing about it. That is all that Gallup poll tells me. What could McCain do to help himself will first stop attacking those that are trying to help him, like Phil Gramm. Second pick a platform and go on the offensive, like drill here drill now. Boarder fence would be a good idea too. Both issues are winners. Sure this two positions would make McCain grow a pair. Attack Hussein on his egotistical attutide towards his so called fellow American.
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• United States
13 Jul 08
Part of the infamous Jesse remarks were that Obama talks down to other blacks. Heck, he talks down to everyone, not just blacks. Yes, McCain should exploit this. He could ride it to the White House. I will continue to express my opinion Obama is unfit to be President in terms McCain would find objectional.
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