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POLL: Siena New York


Siena College

New York State
n=622
Obama 49, McCain 38... Clinton 51, McCain 39

 

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boskop:

i would like a rabid obama supporter to kindly explain why the majority of national polls have hillary beating mccain more than obama and in a good many obama getting beaten but never hillary.

i am sure one of you out there will underscore the one or two polls where this is the exception but even in those, he and hillary are basically neck and neck against mccain.

maybe the old broad has got a point. take out the black vote and the upper class, consider starbucks mixing their lattes with some toxic espresso, and then what?

i'm not sure the demographic holds up anymore.
and what's this whining from obama that mccain hasn't been scrutinized as much as he has? how come hillary couldn't say that because it was politically incorrect for a woman to bitch and moan (hysteria is a word that means uterus) but the black candidate has to be treated with affirmative action kid gloves??

obviously, i despise double standards. i think everyone should be put through the wringer. at least 100 times over so we learn their character under pressure. i dont put much stock anymore in their policies since they inherit far more than they anticipate and have to hit the ground running. i want to see how they'd think with their blood pressure smashing through the ceiling and pe-ing in their pants or pant suits.

so given the guys mojo and his de facto win, why is the united states of america not falling into lockstep?

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