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Friday, January 18, 2008

Is 2008 Ohio's last hurrah?

Malia Rulon has the story here

What do you think? What will this mean? Will this be a good thing or a bad thing?


5 Comments:

at 2:40 PM, January 18, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Which swing state has the second-most electoral votes this year? Ohio. What about in 2012? Still Ohio. Is there really that much of an issue here?

 
at 4:00 PM, January 18, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ohio isn't going to matter in 2008, anyway. This is not going to be a close race at all. The Repugs are going to be wiped off the map and this election will be as anticlimatic as 1964, 1972, and 1984 ended up being.

The Repug will get his home state and maybe some of the deep south. You know, how all the formerly slave states always vote for the Repugs.

 
at 3:55 PM, January 19, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Last hurrah? Hardly.

It is only the beginning!!!

 
at 8:58 AM, January 20, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous 4:00PM

Actually, you might be right...the latest polling in Pennsylvania shows that McCain handily beats Hillary and Obama...so it might not even come down to Ohio(even though McCain will win Ohio too). This might end up being the most embarassing defeat for the dems.

It is almost hilarious, the GOP couldn't be in worse shape, yet the Republicans are leading the polls...

 
at 12:45 PM, January 20, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 8:58, ask Governor Blackwell about January leads in polls. Oh, that's right. A Dem beat him by 24 points.
Look, the Repugs got blown out in 2006. nothing has chaged for them.

 
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