Since no one reads magazines anymore (I used to subscribe to about 15; now I get two or three) I really, really want to call attention to this:
At first glance, next year's Presidential election looks like a blowout.
But it might not be. Luckily for the incumbent party, neither George W.
Bush nor Dick Cheney will be running; indeed, the election of 2008
will be the first since 1952 without a sitting President or Vice-President
on the ballot. At the moment, survey research reflects a generic public
preference for a Democratic victory next year. Still, despite everything,
there are nearly as many polls showing particular Republicans beating
particular Democrats as vice versa. So this election could be another close
one. If it is, the winner may turn out to have been chosen not on November
4, 2008, but five months earlier, on June 3rd.
Help us spread the word about these important stories...
Bookmark/Search this post with: