Saturday, October 25, 2008

Why McCain Will Win

A number of good points from the American Thinker:

Republicans and conservatives continue to allow themselves to be unduly influenced, and even demoralized, by what they read and hear in the big city newspapers and on network television.
What are they reading and hearing? That Barack Obama will be the next President of the United States. It's inevitable. It's his election to lose.


This is the "narrative" that the mainstream media has been imposing on this year's presidential campaign almost from the start. Remember how quickly the MSM jumped off the Hillary Clinton bandwagon and onto Obama's? Remember how annoyed and angry they became as Hillary refused to concede the nomination? The MSM decided that electing the nation's first black, socialist, anti-American president was politically and historically more important (and, for them, more exciting) than electing the nation's first female, socialist, patriotic president. And they are doing everything they can to achieve this goal.

Well, there is another story out there that the MSM refuses to address. A huge story. One that could, and I think will, significantly affect the outcome of this race. I'm referring to the widespread phenomenon of registered Democrats openly supporting John McCain. There are numerous "Democrats for McCain" type organizations. There are numerous websites and blogs written by Democrats touting McCain's candidacy. There are pro-McCain grassroots efforts being led by Democrats. And we all know friends or relatives who are Democrats, who voted for John Kerry in 2004, and who are no fans of President Bush - but who are going to vote for John McCain this year.

Let's not forget that during the Democratic primaries - real elections, not polls - Hillary crushed Obama among white working-class and middle-class voters in such key states as Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. If a meaningful number of these voters end up voting for McCain, as I predict they will, then Obama's smooth road to the White House is going to run smack into a brick wall.

The point is simple: Don't believe the Obama hype coming out of the mainstream media. If the media were truly objective and unbiased, they would be covering the race much differently. Instead of trying to browbeat the country into voting for Obama, they would be analyzing the issues and factors that favor and disfavor both candidates. Instead of focusing on college students and intellectuals, they would be focusing on working-class and middle-class voters, especially "Hillary Democrats." These voters may very well determine the election. Yet this huge story is being ignored by the MSM.

All I can tell you is that today, driving through a number of towns in central Blue Jersey, McCain/Palin signs outnumbered Obama signs by a ratio of 4-1, maybe better.

Obama will win Jersey, The Machine here will see to that. But it will be close, closer than the polls tell you, and if the Republicans in this browbeaten liberal hellhole are stirring and arisng, what's going to happen on Election Day in the swing states?

Obama's in trouble; and even if he doesn't know it, I think the media is getting a whiff, even if they refuse to cover it. Hence the hysterical reporting on Sarah Palin's shoes...

Who else is starting to smell liberal desperation in the air?

1 comment:

Jeff said...

You might want to check into all the Palin investigation info directly and check all the voters who have voted early, and reread all those liberal media stories and polls, and ask yourself the most important question--why do McCain and Palin spend most of their time distorting or out right lying about issues? Truely religious, conservative, family values candidates would never display such poorly chosen behaviour in front of a world where the truth can be easily found.