"John McCain still could win.
It would take what one analyst calls a "perfect storm" of events breaking his way in the campaign's final days, but he could come from behind, overtake Barack Obama and pull off the greatest upset in 60 years.
He'd have to squeeze out more support from independents, score higher with his "Joe the Plumber" warning about Obama's tax and economic polices, and hope that enough undecided voters swing his way to help him sweep almost all the states that now are considered tossups.
Difficult? Yes. Impossible? No.
While he's still trailing, polls show McCain within reach and gaining, even if only slightly, both nationally and in some key battleground states."
Election Projejction has Obama up 5.76% today, leading 364-174 in the EC.
Rasmussen has Obama back up by 5% today, after reporting the race had closed to 3% yesterday.
The 30 minute infomercial last night was well produced, and might give Obama just the bounce he needs to stay ahead of McCain down the stretch.
McCain should have countered with at least a similar one, but might not have had the funds needed.