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Obama needs to hope for bad economic numbers, or he’ll lose
September 19, 2008, 6:44 pm
Filed under: Democrats, Economy, McCain, Obama, Republicans

The new Gallup Tracking Poll (click here) shows that the 5 point lead Obama now has is because of economic problems from the last week or so,

This is the fourth consecutive day that Obama has inched forward in voter preferences since the start of the Wall Street financial meltdown beginning with the announcement on Sunday, Sept. 14, that Lehman Brothers was headed for bankruptcy. The overall effect has been to shift the lead back to Obama after McCain had moved ahead following the Republican National Convention.

It was predicted that any such economic down turn would benefit Obama. — As a metter of fact, CNN analylists a few days ago said that such an economic downturn was what the Obama campaign wanted so they could get their advantage back,

Just as foreclosures were showing up on B-17, or in the real estate section, along comes this horrific headline out of Wall Street…I mean, this is what they [the Obama campaign] wanted. (Brackets mine)

To see the video CNN’s Candy Crowley saying this click here, because I cannot embed the video.

— Well, according to BREIBART.com, for the last two days the Dow has soared “giving them a massive gain of more than 785 points over two days, and Treasurys fell as money flowed into equities.” (Click here) —

So in other words, since Obama has his advantage because of poor economic activity lately, then he had better hope that the new economic growth gets lost because he’ll lose the election if it gets better.

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