This is how you RIG an ELECTION and set the EXCUSES for such thievery in front of the American people!
"Obama turns focus back to McCain; Calls criticisms of Palin political, not personal" by Michael Kranish, Globe Staff | September 5, 2008
ST. PAUL - Palin's speech created extraordinary interest, drawing about 40 million viewers, about as many as the record viewership for Obama's acceptance speech last week, according to the Nielsen Media Research and PBS.
Translation: She is as popular as Obama!!
O.K., let's see her get this kind of a crowd!
The heightened interest in Palin, and the generally positive reviews of her speech, spread concerns among some Democrats that Palin had turned overnight from a potential drag on the Republican ticket to a major asset.
Translation: McCain is going to WIN because Palin delivered the WOMENS' VOTE!!
Btw, the reason the reviews were so positive?
So THAT EXPLAINS the RAVE REVIEWS of that witch Palin's speech and why the MSM press is so pro-McCain (and has been)!
They don't cover his anger, they don't cover his temper, and on and on.
Yeah, unbiased press my ass!!!!
"This is a tough nut for Democrats to crack," said Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia's Center for Politics. "They don't want to make Palin a more sympathetic figure by beating up on her, thus helping her to attract swing independents, especially women, who will rush to her side. At the same time, Democrats can't just let her run wild, saying whatever she wants, since an attack unanswered is an attack agreed to."
Oh, really, Larry?
September 04, 2008
MOST US women are unimpressed by Republican John McCain's choice of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate, and have thrown their weight behind the Democratic ticket in the race for the White House, a national poll showed today.
Six in 10 women voters see McCain's choice of a female running mate as a calculated political decision rather than one based on Palin's experience and qualities, the poll conducted by the Garin-Hart-Yang Research Group showed. A majority of the 800 women polled - 56 per cent - said they were put off by Palin's legislative record and her position on moral issues, such as abortion.
Even though the choice of Palin was a historic move for the Republican party, marking the first time a woman has featured on a Republican presidential ticket, it has pushed many women voters over to the side of the Democrats.
Fifty-two per cent of women voters polled said they would vote for the all-male Democratic ticket of Obama and Joe Biden, while just 41 per cent said they would back McCain and Palin in the November election."
Well, what do you know? The Boston Globe is caught LYING AGAIN!!!!
Also see: Palin bombs with voters in Michigan
Hey, what is ONE MORE BULLSHIT THROWER in the AmeriKan MSM, huh, America?