Saturday, October 25, 2008


perhaps florida will redeem itself this time around.  

the "hanging chad" fiasco still haunts us in so many ways.  apparently, the polls are shifting towards obama.  this is a state that should have been a layup for mccain.  

when asked yesterday if he should have been chosen to run as vice president over alaska governor sarah palin, tom ridge said "i think the dynamics would be different in pennsylvania.  i think we'd be foolish not to admit it publicly."  

well of course it would be different in pennsylvania.  the same is true across the nation as well.  it is also true that if maccain picked florida's governor, charlie crist, the race would be "different."  but everyone knows that tom ridge's "different" means "much more favorable for mccain."  many people on both sides of the aisle think that if mccain picked A.B.P. ("anybody but palin") and chose from a fairly healthy list of qualified conservative candidates, this race may be seeing more red than blue. but that is not the bet that john mccain made.  

one thing is clear, whether florida is following the country or vice-versa, the "big mo" is with the blue team, team obama.

how fortunes change while rolling dice.

"While McCain Looked Away, Florida Shifted"

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