Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Obama leads the Wisconsin polls

Of course he does!
A poll released Monday suggests Wisconsin will continue to be a so-called “swing state” in November’s presidential election, regardless of which Democrat gets the nomination.

The poll, conducted by the University of Wisconsin Survey Center, found that in a match-up between U.S. Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., and U.S. Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., 48 percent currently support Obama to McCain’s 41 percent.

If Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., won the nomination, 47 percent of Wisconsinites would choose McCain, and 44 percent would vote for Clinton.
Way to go Sara, voice of the UW-CRs.
Sara Mikolajczak, chair of the University of Wisconsin College Republicans, said the results of the McCain-Clinton matchup reflect the electorate’s desire for a more experienced candidate.

“I’m not surprised that he beat Hillary,” she said. “I’m a little surprised about the Obama and McCain numbers, but I think people eventually will want someone with experience and who isn’t too extreme.”

Mikolajczak added she was confident McCain would beat Obama in Wisconsin in the general election, despite the results of the poll.
You know what I say though, to the snotty little liberal "green" campuses across America who are so "hungry for Obama's hope"?

Let 'em have it! Ask and you shall receive. And then wake up in January of 2010 when President Obama still hasn't ended the war and you're paying way more in taxes than you'd like so every other loser can head to the hospital on your dime.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great theory about them waking up disappointed in 2010, expect for the fact that people on liberal campuses don't usually pay much in taxes! Maybe by then they will live in the real world with taxable income. But I doubt it.