Wow, I have to say ID, you definitely ruffled up some feathers with this article of yours. There's that saying, "the truth hurts" and most people don't complain unless the truth is not something they like.
Now, like ID, I am a Conservative and will not be voting for Obama. Why? Simple, I am not going to mindlessly vote for a guy just because he's no Bush. Now, I am not a McCain fan, the guy lacks balls in a way to me. However I do find it ironic that while Obama screams change, McCain seems to be the one less like your usual politician. He has avoided every oportunity to take Obama and grind him down, instead he has let Obama (who claimed would not do thinsg business as usual) put out so many ads about him and Palin that TV stations should be making a fortune thanks to him.
Anyways, at this point McCain is least likely to do any more harm since we are already in a lot of trouble, but it's my opinion that Obama's plans will only make things worse at a time when things are already bad. But I am not so much concerned with Obama's policies as I am about how people are blindly voting for him just because he is not Bush. I mean, if Obama was winning because people actually understood what he plans on doing and totally agreed with his policies, then I would have no choice but to accpet him winning. But to think that Obama is winning, not because he's better, but because he is not Bush is a very scary concept. At this point, the Democrats could have put Jesse ventura to run and would probably be having similar numbers considering people just don't wan't Bush.
I would much rather vote for a third party at this point, but then I would simply be doing that which I am currently criticizing, voting out of ignorance.
At this point in time Obama's got victory in his pocket. Everything that could have gone wrong for McCain has and at this point only 1 of 2 things can save him:
1) a Miracle, some weird reason that he would somehow pull this off, maybe the polls were wrong or maybe the Midea was so biased that they never truly showed McCains real numbers.
2) That at the last minute people will think before chosing and wonder if Obama truly is the right choice and possible change their minds because, again, ignorance and pressure will take control.
I don't expect much from 1 though it wouldn't surprise me one bit. On 2, in a way I would hope, but then, again, I would be going against my criticism of voting thru ignorance.