Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Around the Blogosphere Today

Dick Morris writes he believes the undecided voters will break for Senator McCain and that McCain continues to have a solid chance of winning the election. (Click title of this post for article.)

Some other interesting reads today:

McCain's Pollster Foresees Tight Race on Election Night: Published at The Hill. Interesting analysis.

Obi-Wan on the State of Play, Eight Days Out: Jim Geraghty's anonymous senior Republican mentor, known to readers as Obi-Wan, offered his assessment yesterday on the state of the race. Basically he feels it comes down to this week's stock market and undecided voters. More from Obi-Wan here.

Obama Affinity to Marxists Dates to College Days: Bill Sammon, Deputy Managing Editor at Fox News, quotes Obama from DREAMS FROM MY FATHER: "I chose my friends carefully. The more politically active black students. The foreign students. The Chicanos. The Marxist professors and structural feminists."

Smearing Joe the Plumber: John Hinderaker at Power Line. Hopefully Joe will sue those who snooped into his government files. The Ohio official who approved a search is especially creepy: she's a maxed-out Obama donor.

Obama In His Own Words: An excellent list posted at Semicolon.

Senator Obama's Four Tax Increases for People Earning Under $250K: Ned Barnett at American Thinker. I don't know about you, but our taxes will go way up if the "Bush tax cuts" expire. Senator Obama may pretend that's not a tax hike, but in the real world, it's a huge new tax burden.

ABC Out of Obama Half-Hour Campaign Ad: I hope PUSHING DAISIES gets its biggest-ever ratings...seriously, is there any chance that rather than being what Obama perceives as a final victory push, flooding multiple channels with a 30-minute infomercial will turn off or even "creep out" some voters? I wonder if some people will be asking themselves if they really want to listen to this overexposed candidate for the next four years. And I suspect East Coast baseball fans will not be too happy to have the World Series -- which already starts later than is reasonable -- pushed back due to Obama's speech.

Media's Presidential Bias and Decline: A remarkable indictment of the campaign coverage by an ABC journalist.

Sources: Like Orlando, Biden Bans Philadelphia Station After Tough Interview: The Obama campaign is nothing if not arrogant. And more than a little scary when someone in the press isn't assisting with the coronation.

I suspect Megyn Kelly of Fox News is going to end up on a "banned" list too. You go, girl!


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