1. The Republicans will win the 2008 Election.
Rationale: McCain is a maverick in one of the
truest senses of the word. McCain has
consistently broken party lines and joined
moderates on both sides of the aisle. Do not
be surprised if he puts the election on its ear by
picking a Democrat (such as Joe Liberman) as
his V.P.candidate or even a Colin Powell type.
While Obama has the current momentum from big victories,
there are severalfactors that are working against him.
Several of these factors do not go beyond the
mere specter ofracism or pure speculation.
Let’s face it, the average voter is not that bright
and is notinterested in finding out the truth.
A. Barack H. Obama (Middle Name H is for
Hussein and Americans will not like it!)
B. Swore in on the Koran
(Untrue since he is a Christian…
but ignorance is its own end.)
C. People question his loyalties because he
was once a Muslim(A Muslim in the White House?)
(Similar to how people questioned Kennedy’s
Catholicism and his true allegiance.)
D. Obama is of African-American descent
(While this should not be a factor, people will vote
against him because of it...sad but true.)
E. Rumored drug use. (While W. was known to
have his problems I believe Obama will be held
to a different standard.)
F. There is also an issue of bailing out of
could well be as unpopular as the war itself, most
Americans will look to finish the job.
said “Let us be dedicated to the unfinished Lincoln
work which they have so nobly advanced.”
G. Special interests on both sides will mobilize
like never seen before. While there will be no direct
campaign contributions, look
for high-powered personal attack ads.
If you think big business will roll over
for Obama...think corporations: …think oil
…think NRA…think Obama?…