Can John McCain still win the United States’ presidential election?

Genuine question from a British citizen, there is no bias or underlying political venom in this post.

The outcome of the US general election will directly effect the United Kingdom – politically, economically, even militarily. Therefore, we’ve been getting a lot of coverage of events in the press.

The consensus here appears to be that beyond all doubt, Barack Obama will become the 44th president and commander in chief. I recall seeing a newscast recently, with odds of John McCain at only 7/1 to win the election.

Should we write off the Republicans’ chances now?

Yes. The polls vary greatly and the polls did not accurately predict the last two elections. So, there is still a decent chance that McCain will win.


Possibly, depending on the Dem nominee. I think the state he would win (if he gets the nomination) differ by which Dem nominee wins. Obama did better in red states, Clinton did better in blue states. The question might become more whether he can win red states if Obama ran. However, in that case I think McCain might take Ohio and a couple of swing states. I want Ron Paul to win, but as between the others, I couldn’t begin to predict an outcome. Oh, and it will also depend on what third parties run, since they would draw support from different candidates.

Yes He can and will the NYtimes and CBS polls are biased and untrue.
Plus Obama has broken the Law by hiding an i’llegal alien from deportation. Obama took an oath of office to obey the laws of the United States he has failed to do so.

He does, remember Reagen was 12% behind Carter but still won. So he can win like about 40% chance.

Tell your friends, and show them the proof.

Adolf Hitler was well-known to have used hypnosis on crowds to gain power in Germany. (Just Google it if you doubt it.) So why cant this happen in America? It is happening.

Now, this document, An Examination of Obama’s Use of Hidden Hypnosis Techniques in His Speeches is really spreading. Many people, including young people, are starting to wake up.

Young people have come up with a saying, &quot:Don’t drink the kool-aid Obama is pushing on you.&quot:

Obama has no accomplishments, we don’t know him, he wrote a memoir, he has racist connections, he is using hypnosis, and he thinks he’s the Messiah and that he should be in control of the world. We’ve seen this story before in Germany in the 1930’s, haven’t we? We know what happened there.

Obama’s use of hypnosis in speeches is why:
-nothing sticks to him
-the huge crowds
-the huge money contributions
-the mesmerized effect, especially in young people, who, because of their imaginations are more susceptible to hypnosis (read the document)
-the exorbitant election fraud, rule-breaking and bias in the media
-he gets away with changing every position
-people are calling him the &quot:greatest leader of a generation&quot: with no accomplishments

You have to read this document to understand how his hypnosis works. Logically and rationally, why not get to know this guy a little more before handing the world over to him? Why not wait?

An Examination of Obama’s use of Hidden Hypnosis Techniques in His Speeches can be found at

The media must feel compelled to cover this information and decide to let informed people decide.

PS – &quot:Dont drink Obama’s Kool-Aid&quot:

The only chance he really has is if all of the people who said they are voting for Obama don’t get out there and vote, and the Republicans are going to try to make it difficult by cheating and suppressing votes, trying to intimidate people, claiming to be democrats and coming to your house to pick up your ballot for you, making the lines to vote long.

Everyone needs to vote, we cannot sit back and just think he is going to win, everyone needs to vote, I don’t care if we have to wait hours in line in the pouring down rain, and I just don’t see any McCain supporters who are so enthusiastic about McCain that they are willing to do that. So yes I think Obama is going to win.

Some Republicans are desperately clinging to a statisical hope that McCain can win. The reality? Obama is the likely winner on Tuesday.

Since our two nations are close allies, I should think Obama will have a good relationship no matter your PM.

To answer your question:

Yes, Remember it was four years ago the night before the election all the polls had John Kerry ahead of GW Bush by 5% and GW Bush won by 3% a 8% swing overnight.

Absolutely. Anything is possible in an election like this. Obama is still the favorite, but McCain could pull it off.

We wouldn’t at all mind if y’all went ahead and wrote us off though.

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