The Mark Shields Post (Who I Think Will Win The Presidential Election)

Back when I first got interested in politics, which, strange as it may seem, was only four years ago, one of my favorite columnists was Mark Shields.  Back then he was writing for CNN as one of the Democratic counterpoints to Bob Novak. What was perhaps ironic about my affection for Shields’ regular...

The Electoral Map Continues To Narrow

Time is not the only thing McCain has working against him in the final two weeks of the presidential election; a lack of resources will continue to rear its ugly head. I say this because with the lack of resources, McCain is going to have to continue to make electoral sacrifices in order to make the best...

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Despite the McCain campaign’s insistance on making this election one of character assassination, the electoral map continues to move against him.  I was a little shocked this morning to see the following map at Pollster which has been, up until now, one of the more conservative (small, statistics...

John McCain’s Farewell To Florida

As I discussed earlier today, with less than a month to go, Obama is essentially ten or less electoral votes away from clinching the presidency.  Granted, anything can happen (a caveat I feel compelled to add due to my faith in jinx rules), but if we were to look at the electoral map from a strategic view,...

Swing States Moving To Obama

Outside of the economic troubles on Wall Street, one of the top news stories in the second half of last week was John McCain’s suspension of his presidential campaign.  But it’s important to note that mere hours before the ill-fated maneuver, a single Washington Post poll was released showing...

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