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Dems for McCain: Why John McCain will win Pennsylvania
« on: November 01, 2008, 01:02:30 AM »
Breaking: Here?s what we know about Pennsylvania right now
October 28, 2008

Tonight we spoke with a friend from Hillary Clinton?s campaign who is now working for McCain/Palin ? and is specifically working with Democrats for McCain in Pennsylvania. We worked with her in Texas, Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania for Hillary and have spent many LONG hours with her in the trenches in all of those states. She?s smart, doesn?t BS, and never lies.

She says the same thing we do: John McCain will win Pennsylvania.

On November 4th, the news networks are going to be spinning and sputtering and playing catchup, but everything we see on the ground in PA is what we saw during the primaries: Obama has no shot of winning the Keystone State.

Here is specifically what we talked about tonight: never in any of our careers have any of us ever seen members of one party switching sides and voting for the other party as we see in this election with Democrats for McCain. There has never been anything like it.  Not even the ?Reagan Democrats? who voted for Reagan over Carter, for the simple fact that these ?Reagan Democrats? weren?t identified and labeled until AFTER the election.

No, Democrats for McCain are real, are voting for McCain right now, and are open and organized, as well as self-identifying.  Lynn Rothschild might be our poster gal, as one of the most prominent of our ranks, but it?s telling that everyone from Team Hillary that we know now works for McCain.  ALL OF US. Whether they are open about it, like we are, or are working quietly behind the scenes, we can?t think of a single person we worked with on a daily basis for Hillary who is now working on behalf of Obama.

We all truly believe that John McCain will work more closely with Hillary Clinton in the Senate and make it a priority to team up with her on legislation than Obama ever would. We also believe Obama winning this election means his supporters would actively seek to eliminate all Clinton loyalists from the Democratic Party, to consolidate his power base and purge anyone who is not 100% loyal to him.  For obvious reasons, those of us loyal to the Clintons will not let that happen without a fight.

But, this is all talking about leadership, and those of us who have invested two years of our lives in all of this ? and have, in all honesty, spent every cent we had on this campaign. What about the regular voters?

Union members repeatedly tell all of us that they are lying to pollsters because the unions have been polling these people ? and the unions will threaten people?s jobs if they don?t tow the union line. So, the people lie when asked whom they are supporting. But, the unions can?t control who they vote for on Election Day. And that?s when things are going to get interesting.

We do not believe Obama will carry Pittsburgh or Harrisburg in PA. He?ll win Philly, but not by the large margin he needs to take the state. You?ve heard Governor Ed Rendell is ?worried? about Obama?s chances in Pennsylvania. That is an understatement. Obama will lose a state that hasn?t gone red in generations.

What?s happening here that?s not being reported is that ?Reagan Democrats? who vote Republican whenever they feel that Democrats are out of touch, socialist, or too liberal are voting for McCain?and these people are being joined by PUMAs, DeMcCrats for McCain, Hillocrats, whatever you want to call them, who don?t like or trust Obama and who believe McCain/Palin would address the wants and needs of centrist Democrats much better than Obama ever would.

We personally believe this here at HillBuzz. That?s why we are doing this. We do not believe Obama will put the best interests of Americans first ? instead, Obama will do what is best for Obama, the way he has always done. We do not trust this man or his socialist Kool-Aid and want no part of him.

In Pennsylvania, we are not alone.

The same people who ran the board for us in the primary ? who assured us daily that the polls the media was pushing were wrong in claiming Obama would beat Clinton in PA ? tell us on a daily basis that McCain is going to win Pennsylvania.  There?s a damn good chance this won?t even be close, if what people are seeing on the ground right now holds, and is indicative of the whole state.

DEMOCRATS are staffing McCain offices across the state. DEMOCRATS are phone banking and canvassing for McCain. DEMOCRATS are raising large sums to fund this last week of campaigning.


This has NEVER happened before ? and the media is ignoring it. The media consistently claims that Obama enjoys the support of 85% of Democrats, versus only 80% of Republicans who supposedly are supporting McCain.  We call BS on all of this ? we?d say 90% of Republicans are supporting McCain, and 65-70% of Democrats are actually supporting Obama. At least that?s the case in Pennsylvania, and in Ohio too. Our mission this next week is to reach out to every Democrat we can and let them know it?s okay to vote Republican this year ? because the Republican is the better choice.

There are two things Hillary Clinton and John McCain have in common that we?re thinking about right now: (1) both love America more than anything and truly want what?s best for the country, and not themselves and (2) Clinton has a framed photo of McCain in her office, while McCain has a similar photo of Clinton in his.

Clinton and McCain are friends for a reason ? and we know they will work well together these next four years. We?re going to face some tough challenges in McCain?s administration, and we sincerely do pledge to all Republicans reading this that the bipartisan spirit we?ve fostered during this campaign working together with Republicans to elect McCain will continue in these next 4 years, because America needs us working together.

We are all Americans right now ? working together to stop a socialist from becoming president and taking all of us down a very dangerous path. Hillary?s Army is strong and mobilized, and is working its heart out for McCain/Palin.  If you Republicans can match our enthusiasm and dedication, we will win this, and not just in Ohio and Pennsylvania, but all across the country.

We have the potential to make this a crippling loss not just for Obama, but for the far-left liberal wing of the Democratic party and the liberal elite media itself. We have the potential to wipe all of these kooks and loons off the political landscape with a loud, resounding loss for all of them on November 4th.

What we have learned about the state of Pennsylvania tells us our continued efforts are paying off ? and that we just need to stay focused and keep working hard the next 7 days to win this for McCain/Palin and, in all honesty, win this for AMERICA too.

It?s an honor to be in this fight with all of you ? if we work hard, we will indeed win.



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Re: Dems for McCain: Why John McCain will win Pennsylvania
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2008, 01:15:01 AM »
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