A Good Omen?
For the first time in 102 years, both Chicago baseball teams have qualified for the post season. (For those who don't remember, in 1906, the "Hitless Wonders," the nickname affectionately given to the 1906 White Sox, pulled off one of the greatest upsets in World Series history beating 4 games to 2 the Cubs of Tinkers to Evers to Chance and who had gone 116-36 (the best winning percentage in baseball history).) And who is from Chicago, you ask--Barack Obama, of course. (He's a Chisox fan.)
McCain's favorite team, the Arizona Diamondbacks, had a 4 1/2 game lead on August 29, only to collapse and lose the pennant to the Dodgers.
I'm not saying it means anything (and all the polling is a little more important) but . . . .