The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in Missouri shows John McCain attracting 47% of the vote while Barack Obama earns 42%. A month ago, the candidates were essentially even. That survey was conducted the night that Obama clinched the Democratic Presidential nomination. McCain had the advantage in earlier surveys.BILINGUAL ATTACK HERE:
When leaners are included in the current survey, McCain leads Obama 50% to 45%.
Barack Obama said yesterday that “instead of worrying about whether immigrants can learn English,” Americans “need to make sure your child can speak Spanish.” A national telephone survey conducted last month by Rasmussen Reports found that U.S. voters overwhelmingly disagree with the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. (see video)
Eighty-three percent (83%) place a higher priority on encouraging immigrants to speak English as their primary language. Just 13% take the opposite view and say it is more important for Americans to learn other languages.
- IF OBAMA KEEPS "MISSPEAKING" HE MIGHT LOSE NY!
- MISSPEAKING IS IN QUOTWES BECAUSE WHEN OBAMA "MISSPEAKS" HE ACTUALLY TELLING THE TRUTH; THE "CLARIFICATIONS" ARE THE BS, LIES AND OBFUSCATIONS.