Posts Tagged ‘McCain

13
Oct
08

ATTACK AD ON BARACK OBAMA BY MCCAIN. SMH!!!!!!!

 

-It’s amazing how low McCain’s Campaign is going to just to catch up in the polls with Obama. How low will the McCain campaign go?????

09
Oct
08

***New polls show Obama still winning***

Ariticle by: CNN Producer Alexander Mooney

Barack Obama continues to hold significant leads over John McCain, a fresh round of state and national polls out Thursday suggest, in what is unwelcome news for the Republican presidential nominee as Election Day inches closer and closer.  The Illinois senator now holds a 6 point lead over McCain nationwide, a new CNN poll of polls consisting of five recently released surveys show, while 8 percent remain undecided.

A string of new state polls also show Obama holding significant leads in several key battleground states, including Minnesota, New Hampshire, Ohio, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. McCain is holding onto leads in Montana and Missouri.  In Minnesota, CNN’s latest poll of polls shows Obama up 11 points, 52-41 percent, while he holds a 9 point lead in CNN’s latest New Hampshire poll of polls, 51-42 percent. Obama is also holding onto a 4 point lead in Ohio, 50-46 percent in CNN’s latest poll of polls there.

In West Virginia, Obama holds an 8 point lead in a new American Research Group poll, though CNN’s Sept. 21-23 poll of West Virginia showed McCain leading there by 4 points. In Wisconsin, a new Research 2000 poll shows Obama with a 10 point lead, 51-41 percent. CNN’s Wisconsin poll earlier this month showed Obama with a 5 point lead.  In Missouri, a new CNN poll of polls shows McCain hanging onto a 1 point lead, while the Arizona senator has a 5 point lead in Montana according to a new American Research Group poll.

shouts to CNN!!!!! LOL

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09
Oct
08

Video: Obama in Cincinnati

Barack Obama spoke about his mortgage plan versus McCain’s mortgage plan in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Basically just a follow-up post to my last post on Obama targeting McCain saying he is erratic…

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09
Oct
08

Obama targets McCain plan, says he’s erratic

At a Tuesday, October 7, campaign stop in Indianapolis, Indiana, Democratic nominee Sen. Barack Obama compared his tax proposal to that of his opponent, Republican Sen. John McCain. “You’ve heard a lot about taxes in this campaign. Well, here’s the truth — John McCain and I are both offering tax cuts,” Obama said. “The difference is, he wants to give the average Fortune 500 CEO a $700,000 tax cut … .”
Article from CNN News…..

 

09
Oct
08

The potential impact of McCain’s health care plan

During a campaign speech Wednesday, October 8, in Indianapolis, Indiana, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama criticized Republican opponent Sen. John McCain’s health care plan. “Senator McCain didn’t tell us about the studies that say his plan would cause 20 million Americans to lose their health insurance from their employer,” Obama said.

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08
Oct
08

CNN Polls of Polls: Obama ahead in NV, OH, PA, FL and nationally

CNN’s latest polls of polls show Barack Obama leading John McCain in Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Florida — but slipping slightly nationally and in Florida, losing one point in each.  In CNN’s first Nevada poll of polls, Obama leads McCain by 3 percentage points. The Illinois senator has the support of 49 percent of likely voters in Nevada, while 46 percent support the Arizona senator. Five percent of likely voters in Nevada are unsure about their choice for president.

In CNN’s latest Ohio poll of polls, Obama has increased his advantage over McCain. In Ohio, Obama is now ahead of McCain by five percentage points with support from 50 percent of likely voters in the state compared to support from 45 percent for McCain. Five percent of likely voters in the state are unsure about who they prefer. In CNN’s September 21 Ohio poll of polls, Obama was ahead of McCain by a single point – 47 percent versus 46 percent.

In Pennsylvania, Obama has also increased his advantage. CNN’s October 3 Pennsylvania poll of polls showed Obama ahead by 10 percentage points – 51 percent versus 41 percent. In the new Pennsylvania poll of polls released Tuesday, Obama is ahead by 12 points. The Democratic nominee has the support of 52 percent of likely voters in Pennsylvania, while the Republican nominee has the support of 40 percent of likely voters. In Pennsylvania. Eight percent of likely voters are unsure about their choice for president.

Nationally, Obama leads McCain by four points in CNN’s latest national poll of polls. Forty-eight percent of voters support Obama while 44 percent support McCain; 8 percent of voters aren’t sure about who they support. In CNN’s October 7 national poll of polls, Obama was ahead by 5 percentage points – 49 percent for Obama and 44 percent for McCain.  Obama has also lost a point in CNN’s latest Florida poll of polls. Forty-nine percent of likely voters in Florida support Obama, 45 percent support McCain, and 6 percent are unsure about who they support for president. In CNN’s October 2 Florida poll of polls Obama was ahead of McCain by five points :49 percent to Obama’s 44 percent.

Article By Alexander Mooney

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08
Oct
08

Highlights from 2008 2nd Presidential Debate

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