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Hugh Hewitt, Townhall:
So, despite the rapture of college students and the registration of the homeless in Ohio, the common sense of Americans will override curiosity about Barack Obama and infatuation with his celebrity, and trust John McCain to pilot the country for the next four years…America is a great and good nation, and it will not turn itself over to a party in the grip of its hardest left cadres, its most corrupt machine and its least experienced nominee ever.
Senator John McCain and Governor Sarah Palin will win the election on November 4, 2008 – a date of defeat that will sear itself into the Democratic Party’s collective consciousness.
Ultimately, John McCain will defeat Barack Obama, not because he is Ronald Reagan (for sure he isn’t even close), but because a majority of likely American voters don’t believe or trust Obama.
Roger Kimball, Pajamas Media:
Personally, I think John McCain is going to win, and I’m not talking about a hanging-chad squeakeroo. No, I think it will be a blow-out for McCain. (blow this out, Roger! dw)
James Pinkerton, Fox Forum:
Is McCain destined to win a lonely victory at the political pinnacle, while other Republicans sink further into minority status in lesser competitions? The answer, to be blunt about it, is probably “yes.”
Stop the ACLU:
Conservatives are anything but excited about our candidate. He has a list too long to bother with on why Conservatives don’t care for him. The reason he will beat Obama has everything to do with how radical Obama is.
Amid dire reports about the toxic political environment for Republican candidates and the challenges facing John McCain, many top GOP strategists believe he can defeat Barack Obama — and by a margin exceeding President Bush’s Electoral College victory in 2004.
Talk radio giant Rush Limbaugh says that Sen. John McCain will score a stunning upset over Sen. Barack Obama and win the presidency on Nov. 4.
In an interview with London Telegraph correspondent Nigel Farndale published Friday, Limbaugh said the mainstream media has been pushing Obama’s candidacy because “They want to be able to say they did it if Obama wins.”
To which Farndale countered, “Well, he is going to win, isn’t he?”
Limbaugh’s response: “No, I don’t see it Nigel. I think [Obama has] been dead in the water since the primaries.”
Still wrong about everything.