Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Wednesday .....6 days to go..


Meet Charles...Favorite Obama Volunteer...( have Kleenex)

This book is available to be ordered at the Library or the bookstore, it looks wonderful....

TPM Central Polls from Tuesday Eve:::
Here's our daily composite of the six major national tracking polls. John McCain has chipped away slightly at Barack Obama's lead in today's polls, but Obama is still ahead and remains at over 50% support:
• Gallup: Obama 51%, McCain 44%, with a ±2% margin of error, compared to a 53%-43% Obama lead from yesterday.
• Rasmussen: Obama 51%, McCain 46%, with a ±2% margin of error, unchanged from yesterday.
• ABC/Washington Post: Obama 52%, McCain 45%, with a ±3% margin of error, unchanged from yesterday.
• Hotline/Diageo: Obama 50%, McCain 42%, with a ±3.3% margin of error, unchanged from yesterday.
• Research 2000: Obama 50%, McCain 43%, with a ±3% margin of error, compared to a 50%-42% Obama lead yesterday.
• Zogby: Obama 49%, McCain 45%, with a ±2.9% margin of error, compared to a 50%-45% Obama lead from yesterday.

Adding these polls together and weighting them by the square roots of their sample sizes, Obama is ahead 50.6%-44.4%, a lead of 6.2 points, compared to the 51.2%-44.0% Obama lead from yesterday.
Hope Changes Everything::::

More to be posted during the day....
1PM Obama in NC...point out how Childish McCain is...45 seconds..


Dean Wormer said...

Not to get complacent but I've begun to look for ways to have my family attend the inauguration. Don't know if we'll have the $

enigma4ever said...

I don't think you are complacent - you are hopeful...I promised 6-6 that if Obama wins...I will take him to DC...if he wants to still go ( and I think he will..) that we will find a way,....

Fran said...

The "sharing in kindergarten" remark was funny.

My son & I had a conversation about how we think Socialism is a good thing~ as compared to the class system where the rich get filthy richer & everyone else suffers.

X. Dell said...

Seeing that pollsters have gone out of their way to negate any potential 'Bradley Effect,' I wouldn't be surprised if the actual support for Obama is somewhat larger than the polls indicate. If the neo-cons want access to the White House this time, they'll have to work harder than before to steal it.

Still, I would expect huge voter turnout considering the problems with the 2004 presidential election.

Hairball said...

Cajun Boy has released the name of the newspaper, but the babygate article about Palin is still unpublished as of this post.

D.K. Raed said...

The "Charles" volunteer vid was beautiful. What a guy! I hope he does make it to the next election so he can help re-elect Obama!

I cannot believe any seniors are voting McC, esp anyone who lived during the FDR years. But then I come from a proud family of Roosevelt democrats who could never be taken in by a guy who suddenly claims that Obama's tax policy is like Herbert Hoover!

There is only one ticket that resembles Hoover's love of big biz, his laissez-faire attitude, he was "trickle-downing" before we even knew that word ... and that ticket is the GreedyOldPig ticket.