Monday, November 03, 2008

Almost Over

Daniel Finkelstein wonders what so many have, are the polls accurate this year. Still, he believes Obama will win, which seems likely at this time.

Fred Barnes looks back on the campaign, finds it rather ho-hum except in one critical area:

Then there was the breathtaking media bias--liberal bias--in favor of Obama and against McCain. The media never tried to answer the most basic question about Obama: Is he who he says he is?

Stanley Kurtz, one of the few journalists interested in answering that questions, gives it one more try.

Frankly, I'll just be glad when the whole thing is finally over. It's been going on so long I can hardly remember when it wasn't. I'll also be looking for some small victories. A local win would go a long way toward feeling victorious tomorrow night, so local readers don't forget to get out there and vote for Don Taylor. On the national scene, it would be stellar if the disgraceful John "I ate a baby" Murtha was finally cashiered.

Than again, we could all wake up on Nov. 5 to chaos.

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