Betting Odds for Presidential Elections 2008 Falling

My last bet on McCain winning the U.S. Presidential Election 2008 was placed when odds where up at 3.70 - ever since then odds are falling, Obama could soon become the underdog.Obama angry


As we see Barack Obama making some bad decisions (pastor, running-mate, etc.) the polls and odds continue to move to John McCain's favor. For now we already get Las Vegas bookmakers odds of 1.73 for Obama, which is an absolute high as an absolute low for him. McCain at the same time could still double one's money, with odds of 2.00 today.


As much as this is no political blog, it is still all about making money online and I can't complain.

Obama in the news:
Streisand headlines fundraiser for Obama | Economists take critical view of health plans | Newsweek: Will economic meltdown lift Obama?

5 comments:

NOBAMA said...

THE WORLD SEES OBAMA FOR WHAT HE IS AND WHAT HE IS NOT. HE IS NOT A LEADER. HE MONDAY MORNING QUARTERBACKS ALL THE TIME. HE TAKES NO STANDS UNTIL A POLL TELLS HIM WHAT TO SAY.

Tonyo313 said...

MccAIN'T: It's almost sad to watch people so out of touch with reality back a candidate who is even less so! John McCain's grasp on what is happening to those of us who do not make more than $125K per year is non-existant! Nostradamus aside, John McCain may very well win, but in the end, he will have ONE term and it will be a total mess, thanks to Georgie Boy!

Carmelo Junior said...

Obama is now just 4 points ahead. Sarah Palin is hitting hard now. The Bradley Effect will take its toll on election day. African Americans democrats are scared trying to steal Ohio. McCain wins by a slim margin even losing some battleground states! Pastor Wright and Bill Ayers are coming back to hurt Obama, nervouseness in Obama camp as Nostradamus prophecies unfolds.

Dan 10Things said...

Look up the Vegas odds on the race, everyone knows Obama has it. It will likely be one of the biggest landslides we've seen in 30 years.

Carmelo Junior said...

No, no...just remember that Gore-Liberman were 10 to 12 points ahead Bush-Cheney in the polls this week back in 2000! But Bush won. Nobody really believes Obama-Biden are 12 points ahead, with all those angry Hillary supporters(at least 6 million strong) and hard core racists that will vote for McCain(at least 3 millions). Big surprise on election day when people doubts more about Obama than McCain. I still go for the Nostradamus prediction that the "elder" with "trembling" will be supported at the end. Gore tried to steal Ohio and Florida too but Bush won any ways.