Why McCain Will Likely Win
By contrast, in a general election, where blacks and left-wing intellectual whites are only a small proportion of the voters, this factor, together with similar controversies such as Obama's "bitter"-remarks, will drive much of the key swing-voters of working class whites into voting for McCain instead of Obama.
The Democrats, by foolishly choosing a candidate whose background was largely unknown and who had no experience in handling the kind of attacks that any Presidential candidate will face, will therefore like do what I never thought they could do: lose to the Republicans despite the unpopular Iraq war and despite the rapidly deteriorating economy. If the Democratic superdelegates had any sense, they would choose Hillary over Obama. But they seem unlikely to do so. That is however probably good for reasons
that I explained before.