Oct 11 2008

Internal Polls Show Public Polls Are Wrong?

Published by at 12:14 pm under 2008 Elections,All General Discussions

McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America!

Reader Sally Vie noted this interesting post at Hillbuzz:

The polls, in our opinon, are wrong, and the internal numbers we see coming out of NC, VA, PA, OH, IN and FL show McCain wins in all of those states (there is no mathematical possibility for Obama to win without taking PA, OH, or FL). 

I have been wondering why the Democrats are still screaming bloody murder (and ‘racist’, etc) when their man seems to be in the lead? When you have a comfortable lead you start to talk about the future and attempt to look like a statesman. But I have not seen Obama or the libs shift gears yet, telling me something is still worrying them.

McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America!

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22 Responses to “Internal Polls Show Public Polls Are Wrong?”

  1. sarah12 says:

    I totally agree with bush_is_best.
    “We need a senior citizen, the older the better, who understands the world runs on gasoline and problems are solved with military might, and that of course, Americans are inherently more valuable than all other ‘nationalities’… bring on the grand OLD party…again! Life is good!”

    As the First Senior McCain said yesterday, we have Obama where we really want him. We got the media somehow convince him that he is way ahead even tho’ our closely guarded internal polls show otherwise. This will lull Obama into thinking he’s got this in the bag. Wait till 11/4 and the tsunami of American voters will come home to elect what’s best for the Red, White & (not-so) Blue. I also don’t see AA or Hispanics vote against historical trends of voting regularly for the white guy and vote for a semi-white guy.

    Go Sarah (and McCain).

  2. bush_is_best says:

    “A semi-white guy”… that’s funny… By the sheer fact that Obama has achieved all that he has already… is a testament to how progressive this nation has become, only a generation after the civil rights moment… I’m sure a few choice red states might not be too keen on this (talkin’ to you ‘bama, Georgia, Carolinas, Mississippi, etc…) but hey, we’re finally getting the bible out of the courthouses down there and taking down the last of the stars and bars… its only a matter of time, really, before more of the OLD guard die off and are replaced by less-racist, less religious people… they might still vote republican, which essentially is good, but THE COLOR OF A MAN’s SKIN will be of less and less and less importance… scary… now, its gonna be close this time ’round… and we can shout “terrorist!” and “fraud!” and “kill him!” and make all the fuss about the few ‘scandals’ we can dig up… but essentially, over 100 million people are going to vote on november 4… and the vast majority will be legit… and George Bush, well, he’s the best and all, but I am not sure he has the GOP in the place it feels it should be… and acknowledging his shortcomings, or those of McCain and the lady candidate, is counterproductive to trying to win… Obama is gonna get votes for who he is and what he stands for and how he presents himself… I do not see enough talk about that on this website, even though its central to the entire race… why is that? Why could Sarah Palin not even name a supreme court case, or a magazine she read, or a country she visited prior to last year? When asked about it, 2 months before becoming VP? WHY!?