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Look at this McCain Vs Obama on issues<br><br>Obama trounces him on every issue except International Affairs and Iraq War where they are tied, and Campaign on Terror and even that isn't a slam for McCain.<br><br>But look at other issues Americans place higher importance .. like The Economy, energy, Women's issues, Health care, and even taxes... most Obama has a 20 point lead !<br><br>And this is early in theelection cycle... they haven't even debated yet.<br><br>David (OFI)
I am always weary of those early polls. However, I don't remember Sen. John Kerry doing as well against President Bush as Sen. Obama is against Sen. McCain. What has to worry the Republican Party a little more than this horse race poll is the one that Public Opinion Strategies did a while back for NPR (suite found here) that compared Democratic and Republican stances with and without naming what party they belonged to. While the GOP name brand was predictably toxic, it found that the GOP messages going into this election cycle actually hurt more without the GOP label on them.<br><br>That means that it's not that the people polled don't like Republicans, they don't like Republican messages. That's a double-whammy for Sen. McCain and his strategists but it makes total sense.<br><br>Thank about the moment when enough of the Republican Party coalesced around Sen. McCain during the primary. As I remember it, it was when the New York Times published that story about his alleged affair with a lobbyist and GOP stalwarts in the partisan media decided that they could rally together in their collective hate of the New York Times and other established media sources.<br><br>That's a pretty weak coalition right there if that's all he's got. He can try as he might to woo disaffected supporters of Sen. Clinton, but after two cycles of having fear of gay-marrying terrorists drilled into our political discourse, it's a little hard to run on only a common hatred.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
another thing that has to really dog McCcain is the poor fund raisers... many with $ are just skipping him...<br><br>could be about September the "straight talk" Bus Tour could become the "straight talk" hitchhiker ! <br><br>One question, IF you stop and give McCain a lift... Is that Tax deductible ?? <br><br>David (OFI)
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