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Halloween Mask Scare: Obama and McCain Masks
Horoscope for the Week of October 6, 2008

All Astrological Posts Relating to 2008 Presidential Election: Obama vs McCain

Repdem I have written a lot about the upcoming 2008 Presidential Election and some of my readers have found it a bit difficult to find some of my writing. So this post summarizes everything in one place.

Horoscopes of the individual candidates: Barack Obama, John McCain, Sarah Palin, Joseph Biden, and for previous candidate, Hillary Clinton. I did composite horoscopes and compared each party's ticket: McCain and Palin vs Obama and Biden Composite Horoscopes. I looked at John McCain vs Barack Obama Horoscopes Part One and John McCain vs Barack Obama Horoscopes Part Two. And here is a view of the two parties Democrats vs Republicans, Astrologically.

Astrologers know that dates and times of events are important: Barack Obama -- Nomination, Acceptance and the Void of Course Moon and here's the Astrology Chart for Election Day -- November 4, 2008.

Related posts include: Handwriting and the Election: What Graphology Says About the Candidates, Halloween Mask Scare: Obama and McCain Masks and Voting Booth Feng Shui.

I have a very good track record for predicting presidential election outcomes. For historical reference here is Looking Back: My 2004 Presidential Election Prediction and Looking Back: My 2000 Presidential Election Prediction.

The big question, of course, is Who is going to win in 2008? Unusual methods for predicting are: The Kippah Poll and the Earthquake Model. Here are several other predictions: Panel of Astrologers Predict Barack Obama Will Win Election, and The Marrakesh Mystic Tarot Prediction for the U.S. Presidential Election. My prediction is here: Winner of the 2008 Presidential Election: The Prediction.

And now on to the inauguration, here are two more posts: President Obama Inauguration Day Horoscope Part 1 of 2 and President Obama Inauguration Day Horoscope Part 2 of 2.
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Arm yourself for political discussions, and do it with wit -- your choice: read How to Win a Fight with a Conservative or read How to Win a Fight with a Liberal. And for further reading: Get in the Booth! A Citizen's Guide to the 2008 Elections.

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