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Senator Obama Might Be On The Verge Of An Electoral Vote Landslide

After an impressive debate performance by Senator Barack Obama he continues to hang onto a five point lead in the latest Rasmussen Poll with many "red states" that voted for George Bush in 2004 very close or else Obama leading in some.

At this point, Obama leads in every state won by John Kerry except small New Hampshire as well as in Iowa, New Mexico, Virginia, Colorado and North Carolina. Ohio, Nevada, Florida are very close. Obama isn't expected to win in tiny Montana, but the polls are fairly close there as a sign of how the Republicans are running weaker this year than 2004. Missouri may be within range for Obama as well. If Obama carries all of these states he could crush the McCain Campaign with well over 300 electoral votes, by several million popular votes, and by a range of six points to even about ten points. This would be a crushing loss for the Republicans.

After the Republican Convention and with the pick of Sarah Palin, McCain enjoyed a solid election bounce that went away with the serious economic problems. And with Obama picking up momentum, and his strong debate performance in what was supposed to be McCain's strongest area, foreign policy, Obama is looking more likely than ever to win this election, and by a decisive margin. The only real question may be how large the McCain loss may be.

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Summary, Dateline Saturday 08 NOV 08,
It is now 4 days after the votes were cast, the outcome of the election is still not final. The Obama lead ticket looks to have lost all 50 states. DNC Lawsuits have been filed on mass to prevent Secretaries of States from certifying the election results. The DNC can not accept that the wide sweeping total defeat was anything less than a collection of criminal acts. The top of the ticket race as well as the down ballot race outcomes have left us here at Mainstream Media Inc in a state of confounded disbelief. The Libertarian Party looks to replace 45 Democrats in the next US Congress. The Republicans have won veto proof majorities in both the US House and Senate. We at Mainstream Media Inc find this to be a sad news day.
FACT or Fiction, tune in Saturday night and find out for your self

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Hey, anything is possible. I am old enough to have seen some truly amazing things. Dick Nixon took 520 electoral votes and 61% of the popular vote. Reagan took 525 but only 59% of the popular.


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