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With less than 40 days until we elect our new President, it is left to the imagination as to what twists and turns the election process can AND will take during the next five weeks or so.
We have been witness to a Democratic Primary process that saw the manipulation of the archane rules of the Democratic National Party, as well as the BIASED media fawning, that nominated Barack Obama over the DNC’s true primary nominee, Senator Hillary Clinton. Now we see top Clinton supporters, such as Lady Lynn de Rothschild, put party aside and support the Republican nominee, Senator John McCain.
On the Republican side, we witnessed Sen. John McCain make an amazing comeback from no support and no money, to be the Republican nominee. Then the maverick Senator stun all, and steals the thunder of Obama’s grandstanding acceptance speech, by nominating Gov. Sarah Palin of Alaska as his running mate.
In the past few weeks, Sen. Obama has been served with a lawsuit by Philip Berg, a Pennsylvania attorney, challenging his eligibility to be President because he will not produce his birth certificate. As of Wednesday of this week, the Obama team had filed a Motion to Dismiss, and Mr. Berg has been given 5 days to respond to the Motion, when the customary time is 14 days.
During the past few weeks, the financial markets have been in a major upheaval, and this week, the government is attempting to step in to bailout the corrupt mortgage market that created a garbage security instrument backed by bad mortgage notes. This market can be correlated to Milken and the junk bond market.
Showing that he is a true leader, McCain stopped his campaigning and has asked Obama to postpone tonight’s debate, so that they both can be a part of the bailout negotiations. More than two-thirds of the American public are against the bailout, and John McCain has stated the American public’s interest in this situation is tantamount in this process.
Even President Clinton has sang the praises of John McCain in his approach to the financial crisis, as well as for his willingness to examine the idea of global warming. On Greta van Susteren’s show last night, 66% of the viewers believe that President Clinton will cast his vote for Sen. McCain, though we will never know.
The Gallup daily tracking polls had shown that Obama had pulled ahead in the polls as the financial crisis has unfolded, but in a virtual tie as of yesterday with McCain’s bold move in putting the “pause” on his campaign.
So its, Friday and the markets will open in a panic because there is no bailout deal in place. We will watch a roller-coaster weekend, of the financial markets, of a debate that may or not occur, the polls fluctuating, and Obama continuing to hide his personal records while running an ad showing John McCain after a skin cancer surgery claiming that McCain is not showing all of his medical records (Note: Sen. McCain’s skin cancers have been thoroughly documented).
Quoting or paraphrasing Bette Davis, “Hang on boys, it’s going to be a bumpy ride”!!