Monday, June 16


Quinnipiac's Peter Brown does some state by state analysis of the general election. To sum it up, it's gonna be easy for someone, but the question is...

... Easy for whom?

McCain will glide to office, Brown says, if "he has Ohio neatly tucked away, and holding Obama off in Colorado and Virginia."

If McCain holds Ohio he'll also win in Michigan and Pennsylvania and he'll have a 40 state landslide after winning in places like New Hampshire, New Jersey, Connecticut, Iowa, Missouri and Colorado.

Obama will strut into office, Brown says, if he "cracks Virginia" and is "ahead solidly in Ohio."

Hell, that ain't rocket science, either. Even I know that. Ohio is still the new Florida and Virginia hasn't gone for a Democrat for President for 44 years.


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