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 Post subject: Karl Rove's Negative Strategy
PostPosted: Sat Oct 18, 2008 1:55 pm 
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turns into a positive for McCain.

I've known for some time now the Karl Rove voters strategy would come in play before election. For the past month or so, we have heard nothing but "negative (talk) ads" from the McCain and Palin. Although, they have hurt McCain/Palin in many ways, it really puts a slow burning feeling in millions of voters for Obama. Here's how it going to work. McCain the past two days has started the stump talk on how Obama tax plan will destroy the small business, and add billions to the national debt, etc. By the time Nov. 4 rolls around, you will see a sizable drop in the polls for Obama... nearly ties in some blue states... such as Minnesota, Colorado, Nevada, and Wisconsin. States that Obama must win to get the needed 270 electoral votes. In fact Obama may also drop Virginia from his lead as of today.

My view on this... this was the Karl Rove plan from the beginning, and we will see if it pans out. We hope this one time, Rove might have went too far in his "negatives to positive" strategy.

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 Post subject: Re: Karl Rove's Negative Strategy
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I think this has been acknowledged for quite some time. McCain is clearly a shell of himself. Every aspect of him seems to have been taken over. In my opinion he is not in control of his campaign or himself.

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 Post subject: Re: Karl Rove's Negative Strategy
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I'm seeing where Mr. Rove still gets asked for his political opinions. Why the heck does the media still see fit to make him seem relevant?

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