In Final Debate, Can McCain Rattle an Imperturbable Foe?

With less than three weeks to go before Election Day, the Republican presidential nominee faces a daunting overall task. He is so far behind in the national polls and in most key individual states that it is difficult to assemble a single combination of Electoral College votes to get him to the necessary 270.

The impact of Obama's massive fundraising advantage has hit full force, flooding battleground states with television ads, direct mail, and well-paid armies of local organizers. As Obama's lead has held (and even grown in some polls) pundits and political strategists in both parties have begun to assertively predict an easy Obama win, possibly producing a self-fulfilling wave.

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I think the election has already been decided, McCain is to far behind. Barack Obama will be the next President of the United States!

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McCain finally took it to Obama on his platform of tax increases

In other news, someone from toledo will make a difference in this years election!!

I imagine that his loans are coming from banks being bailed out by U.S. taxpayers' tax dollars. Well, maybe he'll have enough business from people who have oodles to spend from their 401-K's. I hope McCain wins. I want the Republicans to take the blame for the downward spiral that will happen over the next couple of years.

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