Republicans Position in Election ’08

For the past few months, the U.S. Presidential Election in 2008 has been the number one current event, but it appears that no matter what- a Democrat will win. It’s Hilary or Obama in ’08. John McCain is the primary candidate in the Republican Party, but Republicans follow in population to Democrats. It appears to be a win win situation for the Democrats in November. If Hilary wins, will Obama supporters vote for the sole Democrat? And same with Obama, if he wins- will Hilary voters feel obligated to vote for a Democrat? Gender and Race seem to have more conflict and issue in this election than the others positions, however John McCain the predictable white middle-aged male running as a Republican may or MAY NOT have the chance to be president when it comes to popularity. Let’s face it, there are more Democrats in the United States than any other party. It’s a working class. But will the working class bend to its Democratic Party whether their favorite candidate wins? It just seems as thought McCain’s position in the election will either surprise us in result, or be and expected loss to the Democratic Party. Seven Months to go.

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