Is the election essentially over?

11/3/2008:

All the polls out there indicate it’s pretty much impossible for Republican Candidate John McCain to win the election.

What are the chances that their scientific polls are grossly wrong? Can that contingent of “undecided voters” change the election in any way possible?

Do these polls affect potential voters in any way? (i.e., McCain supporters saying it’s “hopeless” or the Obama supporters saying “he won anyway..”?)

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38 Comments on "Is the election essentially over?"


rag246
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rag246
7 years 10 months ago

it’s fun to have intellectual debates with bright, level-headed people. people like Tramp Stamp and MF are just so closed-minded and obnoxious in their hatred of anything even remotely related to progressive leadership that it’s like arguing with a 7th grader.

case closed.

truth1
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truth1
7 years 10 months ago

The fight to save our national economy is now. In Hoboken, the fight to save ourselves from the property tax disaster, is now and in the hands of the state monitor. The future of Hoboken is really in our hands…let’s make our voices known and vote for change in the upcoming May 09 election for Mayor and council at large. By the way, council meeting tonight at 7PM, 11=05=08 is a good place to start the effort to throw the bums out! 💡

panicmule
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panicmule
7 years 10 months ago

I heard they’re calling the election at 9:00pm, in favor of Obama.

truth1
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truth1
7 years 10 months ago

Do away with the polls and get better pols. :mrgreen:

beamrider9
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beamrider9
7 years 10 months ago

[quote comment=”116902″]it’s fun to have intellectual debates with bright, level-headed people. people like beamrider and easy-e are just so closed-minded and obnoxious in their hatred of anything even remotely related to george bush that it’s like arguing with a 7th grader.

case closed.[/quote]

Buck up, kiddo. Palin ’12 is right around the corner.

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