Right it's coming down to it and we've had no debate on it here and there's certainly been plenty going on stateside, McCain has proved himself to be an incompetent twit, firstly with his choice of running mate but she's a maverick and a hockey mom who can speak to the common man like Joe six pack, or should that be Joe the Plumber, who's not really a plumber but again someone who McCain seems inspired by to call on time and time again. Give it up John it's not gonna work, he's a fake and pretty soon, or more likely already voters are gonna make the same association with your good self and your mutt from Alaska. While it might play well with people like Joe Lieberman, voting regularly against your party and then managing to get the presidential nomination, is going to come back and bite you in the ass, Republicans aren't going to vote for a man who doesn't even support his own party on certain issues especially given the possibility of him working with a Republican Congress as he'd like, but again thankfully that doesn't look like happening either. Obama has shown himself to be a loyal democrat so those likely to waver would be more inclined to vote for the Illinois Senator even moreso given they'll be more likely to vote based on the past 8 years. Where to start with Palin though, she's taken McCain from a strong chance of being elected president to a position where the Democrats could have their biggest victory since Johnson in 1964 on the back of Kennedy's coattails. Brought in to energise the Republican base, all the clueless bint has done to serve is to energise them and millions of others into voting for Obama come election day. It's one thing to be able to laugh at yourself but for her to go on Saturday Night Live was just a terrible mistake as it validated all the criticism that has been labelled at her. So will it be the landslide that looks on the cards as more and more states come into play like Georgia and Arizona, while Repblican heartlands like North Carolina and West Virginia look increasingly likely to go with Obama or will McCain find some sort of election day miracle and keep the White House for the Republicans?