Monday, April 28, 2008

Obama's numbers are plummeting

Wow, what a difference a few days make.

A few days ago, Obama held a lead of 10 plus points over Clinton on national polls.

His average is at +5.8%

It is probably easy to tell why that is happening. Rev. Wright is back with a vengeance and he may take Obama with him.

Rev. Wright is even suggesting that secretly Obama agrees with him in the inflammatory issues and the only reason Obama is trying to distance himself now, after 20 years, is purely political.

Wright suggested that Obama was insincere in distancing himself from his pastor. "He didn't distance himself," Wright announced. "He had to distance himself, because he's a politician, from what the media was saying I had said, which was anti-American."

Explaining further, Wright said friends had written to him and said, "We both know that if Senator Obama did not say what he said, he would never get elected." The minister continued: "Politicians say what they say and do what they do based on electability, based on sound bites, based on polls.

Folks, the Democrats has already nominated Obama. I know officially Clinton is still in it, but the numbers do not add up. If this nomination is taken from Obama, their will be a war in the streets with Democrat on Democrat.

If someone had said a year ago that McCain would have come back to life and actually has a shot at winning the White House, no one would have believed.

Today, the Dems have nominated a man with little political experience, who has asked America to support him because of his outstanding judgment. Or they can take the nomination from him and give the nomination to a woman with imaginary bullets whizzing past her head.

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