Saturday, August 30, 2008

The O-and-Savior's Numbers: Wrong Way

As the ever-astute Shoebox points out, not only did McCain suck all the oxygen out of what shoulda/woulda/coulda been O's air over the weekend--but O-and-Savior and his trusty companion, Sancho, have another and larger problem:

A majority of likely voters and Catholics are at odds with Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama on the critical issue of abortion and “when life begins,”

And this:

Would you support or oppose a ballot measure in your state that stipulates only marriage between a man and a woman will be legally recognized?” [Roughly opposite the O-and-Savior position]

Fifty-eight percent of likely voters said they would support such a measure, while only 36 percent would oppose it. Among likely voters who are Catholic, 60 percent would support the ballot measure, and 36 percent would oppose it

Seems that all McPain has to do is allow the O-and-Savior and Sancho to speak. Then the 60+% conservative majority of Americans will respond.


1 comment:

Shoebox said...

Oh my goodness..."ever-astute".

Now you'll have "expectations!"

Thanks for the plug!