"Steve Corbett, a radio talk show host in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, received a copy of an internal email sent by Grant Olin (sp?) who heads the Wilkes-Barre headquarters of the Obama campaign."
After saying what I just posted, this too could be a setup to trick McPal to spend mega millions there instead of somewhere that more crucial. I hope the 2pointer is the truth. There are just so many questions as to why now, why let the cat out of the bag today? Sorry, but something stinks here.
Rose, McCain and Palin were both in PA today. Palin was there twice over the weekend. They have spent a ton of time and money in PA already. They will continue to do so with or without this thread.
posted on 10/14/2008 3:48:22 PM PDT
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Rest assured Team McCain has very accurate PA polling.
Therefore, it's impossible for Obama to “trick” them.
posted on 10/14/2008 3:49:40 PM PDT
I’ll be the first to agree that this could be a setup, or it very well could be legit. However, I doubt that the McCain campaign would invest so much time and money here without good reason.
posted on 10/14/2008 3:52:26 PM PDT
by Born Conservative
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What stinks in PA is the possible ACORN voter fraud. That the Allegheny County (as Dem as you can get) District Attorney has been all over the voter fraud in Allegheny County (Pittsburgh) shouts to me that PA is not going to go 0bama. Disallowing fraudulent registrations, increased scrutiny at the polls, etc., is a great way to not give 0bama the expected 'boost' that Dems usually get in PA. Rendell is still on the Clinton Team (bless his heart!) and if the powers that be wanted 0bama to win, no way, no how would ACORN have any scrutiny in PA.
posted on 10/14/2008 4:45:45 PM PDT
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