Monday, August 11, 2008

The Center moves away from Obama

From the WashingtonTimes

State Republican Party leaders interviewed by The Washington Times said fear of a far-left Obama presidency is warming once-skeptical voters to Sen. John McCain, fueling growing enthusiasm among Republicans that Mr. McCain's more aggressive campaigning can lead to victory.

"It appears that the more that Obama speaks, the more afraid folks in South Carolina get," said Spartanburg County Republican Party Chairman Rick Beltram. "We are seeing 'die-hard' Democrats tell us that Obama is not their man.

"We are expecting the white Democrats to be fleeing the Democratic ship when November 4 comes around - plus, the Democratic candidate [Bob Conley] that is running against Senator [Lindsey] Graham is also running away from the Democrats, and you can quote me on that," Mr. Beltram said.

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LoveAmerica said...

I am outraged at Governor Rendells gall to tell his state's delegates they can't sign the 300 petition for Hillary's nomination. Who does he think he is that he can dictate who a delegate can nominate. Good grief has someone poisioned everyone's coffee at the top. What is becoming of our nations leaders, they are under some kind of spell voodoo or what, ahhhhhhhhhh I know, I bet the Obama camp has a skeleton in his closet he doesn't want revealed like Edwards who ran out endorsed Obama the night of Hillarys big win to steal her thunder. Obama's source of income appears to have bought off everyone but the AMERICAN VOTER, or at least some of them.

Anonymous said...

Americans who have been betrayed by GWB & his administration will suffer the indignity of betrayal by Obama's administration, should he win, or be appointed. Barwreck Obumblur - all the chatacter of GWB, but without the experience.

Anonymous said...

It is sad that Gov Rendells behaved this way. I used to like him because I thought that he was a strong supporter of Hillary. The current Democratic Party is really corrupted. It is really sad.

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