More Proof; Americans Really Don’t Care About Ayers

Since McCain decided he wanted to try and make William Ayers the focal point of the election, there’s been no shortage of criticism of the tactic.  Opinion peddlers left, right, and center have all pointed out that the move is unlikely to work.

All week long, national trends and state polling has confirmed that the one time member of the Weather Underground just wasn’t moving the needle in McCain’s direction.  Indeed, over the course of this week we’ve seen Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Florida all move into the “Lean Obama” column while West Virginia fell out of the “Lean McCain” column to join the rapidly dwindling reserve of toss up states.

Just to hammer home the point, though, there’s one more poll that McCain should really take a look at.  It says that two thirds of voters just don’t care about the Ayers story, and it’s not influencing their vote.  The remaining third are Republicans who wouldn’t vote for Obama anyway.  The poll was put out by Fox News.

I can’t think of any other way to get the point through McCain’s head; people could care less, they want to hear talk on the economy!

One Response to “More Proof; Americans Really Don’t Care About Ayers”

  1. Pug says:

    This is what happens when you follow the sage advice of the likes of Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Bill Kristol. I was so glad to see Kristol advising McCain to run against Ayers and Wright. He has been wrong about everything.

    These guys still think they speak for common Americans. They don’t.

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