While Barack is out there playing Super Star, while the MSM continues its to swoon over his every word, a quiet revolution is taking place . . . one that will change politics and the political parties forever.

The most recent polls show that John McCain, the man the MSM keeps telling the world is running the worst campaign since John Adams, the man the Obama campaign would like to paint as another G.W. Bush . . . that man is ahead of Obama is ahead in Colorado, virtually tied in Michigan and Minnesota, with Obama losing ground in Wisconsin.

The talking heads and pundits on MSNBC were truly confounded this morning as they reported the latest poll results. One of the quotes was, “something is going on that the people in New York and Georgetown don’t understand and have no idea what it is.” What’s going on is a quiet revolution.

Hmmm, well maybe if you guys took your heads out from your butts long enough to breathe some oxygen you’d notice the sheer number of anti-Obama/pro McCain groups that have sprung up since the DNC selected BHO as their nominee.

The strength of groups like the PUMA’s and over 300 others including groups of former Obama supporters cannot be underestimated. Why? Because in truth, Barack’s candidacy is built on quick sand. Sadly, it’s all show and no go, smoke and mirrors, fantasy disguised as reality . . . and, virtually, not a peep by the MSM. It’s almost as if they think by not mentioning the legitimate opposition to Obama’s campaign that we will all go away. Guess again!

Results from the latest Quinnipiac University/Wall Street Journal/WashingtonPost.com poll of the battleground states of Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin:

July’s poll

McCain 46% – Obama 44%
MICHIGAN: Obama 46% – McCain 42%
MINNESOTA: Obama 46% – McCain 44% WISCONSIN: Obama 50% McCain 39%

In June’s poll, Obama lead in all four states

COLORADO: Obama 49% – McCain 44%
MICHIGAN: Obama 48% – McCain 42%
MINNESOTA: Obama 54% – McCain 37%
WISCONSIN: Obama 52% – McCain 39%

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  1. If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.WilliamBlakeWilliam Blake

  2. Thanks for the thought provoking comment . . . perception . . . reality . . . who knows anymore?

    Infinite? Maybe.

  3. If my film makes one more person feel miserable, I’ll feel like I’ve done my job.WoodyAllenWoody Allen

  4. It is necessary to have a lot of faith in one’s work to hold out, which my father – if he were still alive – would consider sick.H.R.GigerH. R. Giger

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