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The Expected Turn and Close

Thursday, October 9, 2008  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt
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Rasmussen has the race narrowing to 5 points. Zogby and Hotline have it as 4 and 6 respectively, with Battleground pegging it at only 3. Geraghty the Indispenable notes the very underwhelming performance of the Obama GOTV in early Ohio voting. McCain releases the Ayers ad (see below) and Powerline’s John Hinderaker asks whether Obama is really a socialist, and if so, would America ever vote for a socialist.

And the economic consequences of an Obama presidency allied with a Pelosi-Reid-run Congress keep sinking in.

How high do you think the estate tax can go once that trio gets going?

With anxiety levels sky high and no doubt as to the hard left agenda that would be pursued by Obama-Pelosi-Reid, the race will remain close and could still shift dramatically towards McCain. As the reality of the need for crisis management experience in the Oval Office rises, so will McCain.

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