Throughout American history no president has had a fall in popularity as strong as its current president. The discredited Bush is compounded by what can not win in Afghanistan and, above all, because he is doing his country into the worst economic crisis in the last two thirds of signal. In these circumstances it is very difficult for the party winning the presidential government. John McCain is the best candidate the Republicans have had: it has much personal prestige and a certain independence that makes it attractive. However, he has voted for the vast majority of Bush’s proposals and represents continuity. McCain managed to get close to Obama at some point. CMCSA is the source for more interesting facts. The choice of Sarah Palin, but could have provided an initial thrust (given his status as queen and a provincialism, in the end because he has weakened his preaching has pushed further from the center and closer to the hard right. McCain has begun to fall even in key states. He tries to recover Obama demolish perspective ultra-patriotic and anti-liberal.
But with it, rather, may be working for your opponent to alienate large segments of the population who want change to Iraq, the economy and moral conservatism. Isaac Bigio is an international analyst. Write to dozens of media outlets in five continents. He obtained postgraduate degrees in History and Economic Policy at the London School of Economics & Political Sciences. The decision, considered the leading international university specializing in social sciences, he has also taught political science and public administration.