Sunday, September 28, 2008


The 2008 General Election will be won by Sen. Obama by a landslide. Sen. McCain has a serious problem and the numbers just don't add up for him winning this general election. Sen. Obama has a serious advantage because, all he has to do is build on what Sen. Kerry did in the 2004 general election. The Obama Campaign is registering new voters everyday. Sen. Obama has done something no politician has done in several generations and that is getting young people from ages 18-24 to come out and vote in the primaries. This is considered the "Holy Grail" of voters that all politicians have been trying to get for several decades and it seems like it will be the "Death Nail" to the McCain Campaign. The Obama campaign does not have to do a lot to win this General Election because all he, has to do is flip a couple of States like Virginia, Ohio, Nevada, New Mexico, Colorado, Iowa and Missouri and he, will become President Of The United States. Sen. Obama has something else going for him and that is he, will receive 95% of the African-American vote and in the 2004 General Election Campaign President Bush received 17% of the African-American vote which helped him win a State on like Ohio by 100,000 votes. The "Get Out To Vote Campaign" is going to be too strong for the McCain Campaign to overcome in the General Election. This will be the first General Election where the "Change In Demographics In America" will determine who will be the next President Of The United States. The largest minority group in America is the Hispanic Community is also, going to destroy the McCain Campaign because, the Republican Brand in the Hispanic community is hated by a large majority of the community because, the Republicans want to secure the borders and stop illegal immigration. Therefore, with the Gallup and Rasmussen Tracking Polls showing Sen. Obama with a Five point lead with Thirty- Five days left in the campaign this shows that Sen. McCain has little or no chance of winning this election. Finally, I really don't think that the McCain Campaign is prepared for what is going to happen to them this fall in in the 2008 General Election campaign. Sen. Obama will win this General Election and become, President Of The United States by a landslide and he will face Gov. Jindal in the 2012 of Louisiana in the 2012 General Election.


  1. If McCain continues to act the way he had recently, he will certainly lose. I never thought he had a chance in the beginning.

  2. Obama will fizzle, but that won't be his problem. Gore, and then Kerry lost because their base went nuts and proved to America that Democrats are not a serious party. Liberals will flip out again and sabotage their candidate. Americans will stand alone in the voter booth and choose experience. It's no time to have a kid staring back at Putin...

  3. I must say, there is a lot of good reasoning in your post from 2008. I do not think, however, that Jindal will be the GOP candidate in 2012.

    And as we can all see, Shane was not correct in his prediction, not by a longshot.