OK, Maybe I Am Wrong - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
OK, Maybe I Am Wrong

While I am not prepared to rescind my Oct. 7 declaration that John McCain has already lost the election, this puts me in conflict with my own rule of thumb that liberals are always 100% wrong about everything.

Andrew Hacker at the New Republic pronounces Wednesday night’s debate “the final nail in an already tightly sealed coffin. . . . It’s certainly the end of John McCain’s campaign.”

Hacker is a liberal, and therefore this must mean that McCain actually won the debate and is staging a comeback, according to my rule of thumb. Meanwhile, according to one Gallup reading of likely voters, McCain trails Obama by only 2 points, and Obama is under 50% among registered voters for the first time since Oct. 3.

Republicans should hope that liberals don’t notice this tightening in the polls, because if liberals actually become worried that Obama will lose, that will mean — according to my rule of thumb — that Obama is certain to win in a landslide.

Robert Stacy McCain
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