Poll: 20% of Dems would vote McCain if their primary choice loses

CNS News Reports:Among Obama supporters, 20 percent said they would vote for Sen. John McCain of Arizona, the Republican nominee, if Clinton beats their candidate for the nomination. Among Clinton supporters, 19 percent said they would support McCain in November if Obama is the Democratic nominee.

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  • Publius

    Hey–it’s the party of diversity, the Democrat Central Party should be celebrating!

  • Jerry

    Finally some good news!
    Seems like operation chaos is working.

  • Alan

    If the number is 20% now, imagine how bigger it will get if there is a convention blow-up. Somebody get Al Gore on the phone, quick!

  • RinoWatch

    Hello 1968 & 1980! 🙂

  • Bob Clark

    The last time I was satisfied with a candidate for President was 1992. I thought both Bill Clinton (Slick Willy) and George Bush senior were both fair candidates. I actually voted for Slick Willy but after four years of his wife’s anti-white-male-professional bashing and reverse discrimination orientation I got sick of Clinton. W’s been a disappointment even for conservatives but considering the alternatives what could a conservative do. And now what. We’ve got Obama whose pastor friend and his wife both carry big chips on their shoulders. I don’t want 8 more years of gender and race bashing. Hilliary made me sick of president Clinton in the first place. And McCain is a RINO who wants to tax the U.S economy because mainstreet has gotten hoodwinked by the Global Warming nutcases. But at least McCain says he’ll keep income tax rates down. So, I guess I’ll vote my pocketbook and go with sorry-excuse McCain. YUCK!

  • Anonymous

    Al Gore is trying to regroup after his third strike.

    Strike 1 was letting Hillary take over as VP. Now that’s funny.

    Strike 2 was trying to steal Florida in 2000 and having the SCOTUS say sorry Al.

    Strike 3 was thinking he hit a home run with his Global warming Nobel prize only be humiliated as the world’s biggest hoaxer.

    Say goodnight Al.

  • Rupert in Springfield

    What a difference a couple of weeks can make. After finally being dragged kicking and screaming, MSM has had to cover the Wright story. Doe eyed voters who loved Obama because they love change, hope or whatever finally had to take things a little more seriously. Gee, do we want the shrillness of Hillary for four years, or Obama who seems quite comfortable with the race baiting crowd? There is a reason Jesse Jackson has faded into irrelevance, people are sick of race hustlers. Hillary? Who knows? When was she ever relevant anyway? When a candidate as loathed by his parties base as McCain is, can start to pull ahead in the polls, that really tells you something about party, the Democrats, who should be walking away with this election.

    Operation Chaos, now in full effect.

  • Anonymous

    The left wing Obama Zombies are going to throw a grand mal temprer tantrum when their new god doesn’t get elected and another Republican heads to the white house.

    That will be fun to watch.

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