Friday, October 31, 2008

Only a Few Days More, Thank God!

I've been busy for the last few days, preparing for the NSTA regional meeting in Charlotte. Yesterday, I was at the convention, where there was email access only.

My running around has had an unintended side effect - I haven't watched much TV.

Fortunately.

Because the airwaves here in the NC/SC region have been saturated with local political ads, which have been repetitive, nasty, and, frankly, enough to get me to turn off the TV completely.

I can't wait until it's all over.

On another note, I've noticed that many of the Obama partisans have virtually stopped talking about "when" the big O wins. The talk at work was non-stop for a while, but now, there's very little discussion. Could it be that the assumption of inevitability is beginning to fall prey to reality?

Nah.

2 comments:

Morbius said...

Reality? Nah, but inevitability is now in question.

Link sent from friend of mine is important:
http://hillbuzz.wordpress.com/2008/10/31/three-things-the-obamedia-will-do-to-depress-republican-turnout-and-help-obama/

Something to remember:
Only poll that's important is the one next Tuesday.

My prediction:
"Silent majority" will elect John McCain by 6 points or more.

"Spread the wealth" message was heard loud and clear! This got a lot of folks looking very hard at all the other "Messianic" pledges.

Morbius said...

Reality Check

Just In:

Dick Morris tells Newsmax that Friday night's polling for Zogby of 1000 likely voters shows a huge shift for John McCain.


Zogby's poll, conducted on Friday night only, has McCain at 48% and Obama at 47%.


Zogby's overall poll has Obama with a lead -- but that's based on a three-day average that includes

Wednesday and Thursday polling data.


"There is a seismic shift for McCain; it could turn into an earthquake this weekend," Dick Morris told Newsmax.

How can this be?

Seems that sleeping giant called the "Silent Majority" is waking up!