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Politically Wednesday: How Will John McCain Rebound?

Written By David D'Angelo on Wednesday, October 15, 2008 | 10/15/2008

Yesterday, I did receive a comment from a reader of this blog asking me to stop commenting on the United States elections because I am not a U.S. Citizen and does not fully understand the issues. The thing dear readers is that we have the freedom of expression and when I right I do my homework in at least checking on my facts. Facts is John McCain is behind the polls and he did not do his homework by researching who Joe, "The Plumber" is and now he is in trouble for even using this tax evader.

The last debate bring in some positive reviews for McCain no doubt. A review of a pundit gave him A- rating against Obama's B. But did McCain really rebounded from the trench that he is now in? The answer is at this point he did not manage to do that.

He is behind in national polls by as high as 14 points and former states who favored Republican's is now leaning towards Obama. Take Virginia for example, this state had not voted Democratic for year but is now leaning towards Obama. McCain is also in danger of losing other red states if he will not work hard during the last few days of the campaign.

Now back to Joe, "The Plumber" who is in reality Joseph Wurzelbacher which had been referred several times by McCain in the last debate. he states that he is someone who would pay higher taxes under Barack Obama, McCain learned the fine print Thursday on the plumber’s not-so-tidy personal story: He owes back taxes. He is not a licensed plumber. And it turns out that Wurzelbacher makes less than $250,000 a year, which means he would receive a tax cut if Obama were elected president.

So how can John McCain, the Republican Presidential Candidate outrun Democrat Presidential Candidate Barack Obama in just 2 weeks? Well we never know, he might have some huge ammunition left for if not we will be seeing the first black president of the United States.


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