Monday, October 27, 2008

Against All Odds

As McCain advisers, Republican second-guessers, and other assorted Monday morning quarterbacks go about assessing blame for John McCain's seemingly inevitable defeat, Byron York makes an important point: given the confluence of obstacles being faced this year, it would have been virtually impossible for any Republican to win. The combination of the unpopularity of the current President and the floundering economy are simply too much to overcome.

Mr. York writes about how the McCain campaign has been aware and responded to those obstacles over the course of the race while also paying tribute to a man who has fought valiantly against the odds.


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