So says a sign a few blocks down on my suburban-ish street, next door to a McCain-Palin sign and two houses from two more McCain-Palin signs.
Two days later, two more signs appeared, tidily planted next to each other on the same lawn: McCain-Palin and Obama. (I don't think the latter had Biden's name on it.) Yup, living together, maybe sleeping together, in the same household.
The campaign is growing more intense in this battleground state as we enter the last two weeks.
The Guardian UK says this morning that the South may be shifting toward the Democratic Party for the first time since the Civil Rights Act and Voting Rights Act came to pass in the mid-1960s. We shall see.
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