The hope for McCain and Palin is that they still have pretty good favorable ratings from the voters. The American people have by no means turned decisively against them.
With just over three weeks until Election Day, the two presidential nominees appear to be on opposite trajectories, with Sen. Barack Obama gaining momentum and Sen. John McCain stalled or losing ground on a range of issues and personal traits, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
The numbers are 53-43 in favor of Obama according to the poll; “Kristol Mess” strikes again!
Gee, would it have been too much trouble to report that he has also ignored a subpoena to testify before the House Judiciary Committee concerning the fired U.S. attorneys? Or would that have been too impolite of the Times, thus necessitating another bout of hand-wringing from Public Editor Clark Hoyt, among others?