Thursday, October 23, 2008

The polls they be a tightening...

Just heard on Fox News while I was walking on the dreaded treadmill that the polls are within one point when averaged and that the Wall Street Journal poll has McCain UP by one point over Obama.

My biggest concern is that so many have already voted. This is going to be a nail biter and given the continuing stories on voter fraud it'll go on for quite some time I'd guess. Did you hear that there are three counties in Alabama that have more registered voters than people old enough to vote? Alabama isn't a swing state but I think ACORN, Project Vote and other of their ilk are going to try and change the makeup on states we're not watching, too. They want a huge shake-up, not a squeaker win.

3 comments:

Lipstick Republican said...

I have a friend in Alabama who went to the county Republican headquarters one day last week and was met with lack-luster response. I'm concerned that Republicans in state like that are complacent. We need every vote in every state.

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