Category Archives: McCain

Palin getting thrown under the bus by her previous supporters? Misogyny?

People are wondering why are Mccain staffers turning so quickly on Sarah Palin. As it was stated in the clip below, “There is no logic here…… The people giving the blind quotes have to understand that at some basic level that this reflects poorly on everyone. I mean, no one is winning out of what is ensuing here.”

I think this reflects the level of MISOGYNY in the Republican Party. These guys were just biting their tongues in hopes McCain would win and now that McCain did not win they are scapegoating Sarah Palin, the woman. As if McCain does not have a history of the same types of gaffes. McCain has a history of throw tantrum. McCain did not now the difference between Sunni and Shitte Shi’a. And you can bust McCain on over spending on clothes because he married an heiress to millions of dollars but they do own multiple homes an d multiple cars. That is not over spending when you are rich?

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Crist: GOP may be exaggerating voter fraud | MiamiHerald.com

Crist: GOP may be exaggerating voter fraud | MiamiHerald.com
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida’s governor says his fellow Republicans may be exaggerating claims of voter fraud in the state.

Gov. Charlie Crist said Wednesday that he has confidence in Secretary of State Kurt Browning, who says there’s only been a scattering of isolated incidents.

Crist said in the closing days of any campaign “there are some who sort of enjoy chaos.” There may be more of that going on than fraud, he said.

The Republican National Committee and GOP presidential candidate John McCain have accused an activist group of fraudulently registering people in Florida and other states. It has focused on young people, minorities and others seen as more likely to support Democrat Barack Obama.

Obama ahead in Florida, Virginia in new poll

Obama ahead in Florida, Virginia in new poll
Democrat Barack Obama is running strong in traditionally Republican states, including Florida and Virginia, in a CNN/Time Magazine poll released hours before the final presidential debate Wednesday.

The poll shows Obama ahead of Republican rival John McCain by ten points in Virginia (53 to 43 percent) and five in Florida (51 to 46 percent).

Both states voted for Republican President George W. Bush in 2000 and 2004, and together represent 40 of the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House.

Virginia has not voted Democratic in a presidential election since 1964.

Obama is four points ahead (51 to 47 percent) in Colorado, which boasts nine Electoral College votes and also chose Bush in the last two elections.

Colorado has not voted Democratic in a presidential election for 16 years.

In Georgia — which Bush won by 17 points in 2004 — McCain is up by only eight points (53 to 45 percent).

And the two candidates are virtually tied in Missouri, a state Bush easily carried four and eight years ago. McCain has a lead of one point over Obama, 49 to 48 percent.

“It looks like McCain has to play defense in states that Republicans have been able to count on in previous elections,” said CNN polling director Keating Holland.

“That doesn’t mean he will ultimately lose those states, but it does mean he has less time and money to spend in the swing states that are likely to decide this election.”

The surveys were conducted October 11 to 14 among 762 likely voters in Colorado; 765 in Florida; 718 in Georgia; 763 in Missouri; and 698 in Virginia. The margin of error was plus or minus 3.5 percent.