Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Mac Ain't Got No Ground Game

At least not according to Chuck Todd:
"There is no ground game," Joe Scarborough responded. Todd agreed, adding that Democrats were already doing better in early voting, based on ballot requests. "The ground game, it is just absent from the McCain campaign ... At this point, the only state that I feel good about for McCain is Ohio." He posited that McCain could win that state but lose the election, which would be "very frustrating to Republicans."
Let's just hope there's no GOP voter fraud (or not enough that it sways the election) and no Bradley Effect.

14 days.

Fingers crossed fingers crossed fingers crossed fingers crossed.

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