It's just funny how the liberal press wants you to believe that McCain doesn't stand a chance, despite a Daily Gallup tracking poll stating differently:
You see sane people who don't bow down to the George Soros-sponsored Left, know the real deal: McCain appeals strongly to independents, he backslaps Obama on national security, conservatism still stands for something in this country and the young-uns preaching "change" in the Barack camp aren't really known for actually yunno . . . voting, as John Kerry found out in 2004.
Although the margin between Obama and McCain is now similar to what it was in the last few weeks of the Democratic primary race, the structure of the race looks slightly different than at any other time this year as a result of the relatively high percentage of voters -- 15% -- not favoring either major-party candidate. This includes 7% of voters who say they are undecided and 8% who say they will not vote for either candidate (including 1% who volunteer they will vote for another specific candidate).
....As a result, the percentages of Americans now supporting Obama and McCain are near the lowest seen for either candidate since Gallup Poll Daily tracking on the Obama-McCain matchup started in early March, and well below the high of 48% achieved by each at them at various times.