The entire poll is bad news for McCain. This 73/48 gap has swelled from 67/55 in April. Clear plan for solving has also swelled greatly:
Obama is also now viewed as just about a strong and decisive a leader as McCain was back in April. Back then McCain was +13. Now he’s +2. The debates and the contrast between how Obama and McCain handled the economic crisis surely have moved these polls.Full Story... →
Someone was bound to. Wes Clark was the one:
“I certainly honor his service as a prisoner of war. He was a hero to me and to hundreds of thousands and millions of others in the armed forces, as a prisoner of war. And he has traveled all over the world. But he hasn’t held executive responsibility,” said Clark, a former NATO commander who campaigned for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004.
“He hasn’t been there and ordered the bombs to fall. He hasn’t seen what it’s like when diplomats come in and say, I don’t know whether […]Full Story... →