I was quite impressed at both Hillary's and Barrack's performance at Unity yesterday! Of course MSM had to put a damper on it and McDink is saying though he is the underdog in the last 48 Hours he will pull out a victory! what the hell is the right going to pull?
First yesterday at Unity The day began with a kiss. Sen. Barack Obama, on the tarmac at Reagan Washington National Airport, reached out to shake Sen. Hillary Clinton's hand and leaned down to kiss her cheek. It went on from there. Wearing a tie that matched her suit, he put his hand on her back, guiding the way up the plane steps. They sat side-by-side for the flight up to Manchester, New Hampshire, chatting amiably. One overheard conversation was about the plane. Clinton had used it during the primary season. They hopped on a souped-up bus for the 1½-hour ride to Unity, New Hampshire. honorary mayor of Unity introduced the pair, admitting that he was a Republican who voted for John McCain in the primary. He didn't seem so sure about the general election.
They walked onstage to the tune of "Beautiful Day." Arms around each other's waists, they smiled and waved at the crowd. Every camera angle had UNITY signs, big and little, in the backdrop. She said she wants to help elect him president. He gave an ode to Hillary: "She rocks." One woman stood at the back, periodically yelling, "Hillary for VP!" A few others, older women, stubbornly held up tattered Hillary For President placards. But the vast majority cheered her, "Thank you, Hillary!" and him, "Yes, we can!" They held new signs for the new times: "UNITY FOR CHANGE." As the dynamic duo glowed onstage, a Clinton staffer circulated through the press corps with word that Hillary and Bill Clinton had gone online to give the maximum contribution allowed by law to the Obama for President campaign. listen to and watch more at Unity
of course McCain had to try to screw it up as John McCain predicted the general election race would come down to the buzzer Friday, declaring himself the underdog but quipping that he’d ride to victory in the last “48 hours.” The comment came as new polls show Barack Obama leading nationally and in several key swing states. McCain may be hoping to reprise his nomination fight, in which he revived his flailing campaign just as primaries began. “I’m the underdog. I’m behind,” the presumptive GOP nominee told reporters in Ohio.
“I’ve got to catch up and get ahead. And I expect to do that about 48 hours before the general election,” he said with a laugh. On a day of heavy focus on the so-called “Unity” rally with Obama and Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, McCain also fired off accusations at his general election rival. He criticized Obama for opting out of public financing and refusing to join him for a series of town hall meetings. “I would meet him anywhere, anytime,” he said. “I have kept days open.” McCain later added that the meetings are “very, very unlikely.” Despite Unity McCain Predicts ‘Underdog’ Win in Final 48 Hours
That asshole! Obama better not meet under his terms as that would be a setup! McCain can say there will never be a one on one because he would never allow it unless it was a setup because Obama would embarrass the hell out of him! what the hell are Republicans going to pull now? Despite Democratic dominance and Unity McCain predicts victory in last 48 Hour! Knowing the many underhanded destructive to America possibilities we have discussed What the hell are they going to pull this time?