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<b>Barack on the Top of the Ticket = McCain Wins!</b> (0.00 / 0)
Barack can't win in November.  PLEASE, talk some sense into your Democratic peers!  

There are too many scandals and there will be too much doubt from the 50+up centrist Democrats.  Many of the 'youth voters' he 'energized' in the red states will be AWOL in November (as historic youth voting trends have shown.)  

I believe McCain & his supports will go 'all the way' with Obama's very liberal voting record, youthful inexperience, 'tabloid gay crack' scandal, Rev. Wright, William Ayres, his elitist 'sound bites' from speeches and factual errors -- the end result is older Americans will be 'scared' into voting for McCain for 'security & experience reasons.' These voters will be persuaded to see John as 'the better of our 2 choices.'

Barack IS a great speaker, but he IS ALSO unelectable in November's General Election.  I will vote for him if he is the nominee, but many Democrats will not & we will have 4 more years of Republican Executive leadership.  

I have lost all respect for Senator Kennedy & Bill Richardson and all of the other ranking Democrats who are backing Obama. They are utterly deluded in thinking that Obama will win in November.  

Clinton CAN WIN, and we can't afford 4 more years of war, international scorn & 'business first' while our nation's teachers & infrastructure goes neglected.  We need progressive thinking & we must not lose the white house to the Republican bandits again!

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