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McCain Down 54%-26% Nationally . . .

. . .against  Colin Powell:

It’s a good thing for Republicans that Colin Powell is still one of them.
Powell, the popular former secretary of state and chief of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, handily beats Republican presidential candidate John McCain in a one-on-one match-up. This comes at a time when Barack Obama holds a very slight lead over McCain in the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll.
Powell, the best-known African-American in the Republican Party, beats McCain more than two-to-one, 54% to 26%, with 21% of voters undecided.

This is an important poll to remember if Obama loses and the MSM cries racism.

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