Saturday, October 25, 2008

Will Elisabeth Hasselbeck Endorsement Be Game Changer for McCain-Palin?

When Elisabeth Hasselbeck introduced Sarah Palin at rallies in Florida today, the two looked like they were auditioning for a right wing version of "The View" for Fox News.

The coveted Hasselbeck endorsement, along with Patricia Heaton and Kelsey Grammer, means McCain-Palin has received the support of all three conservative entertainment personalities.

Yet John McCain's poll numbers continue to fall so much that he now opens his speeches with "My friend".

I just performed at a fundraiser for a new film called "Maximum Fun". Sounds like the story of John McCain's years at the Naval Academy. What's more fun than finishing fifth from the bottom of your class?

John McCain continues to be obsessed with Joe The Plumber. I expect Sarah Palin to give a speech on abstinence and talk about Linda The Tramp.

Palin seems to suggest that real Americans drop their g's. That has alienated voters in New England, who believe that real Americans drop their r's.

I think the only reason there are still undecided voters is that they hope to be featured in an undecided voters segment on CNN.

Here in New York City, an undecided voter is someone who's not sure if they're going to vote for Obama at the polls, or by absentee ballot.

That doesn't mean Democrats in New York don't ever do things the way Republicans do. They just do it on a different scale.

For example, John McCain has nine luxury homes. Charlie Rangel has four rent-controlled studios.

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