Thursday, October 16, 2008

Behind in the Polls, McCain Shows Confidence With New Economic Pitch

John McCain, in an interview with FOX News, shows confidence despite his poll numbers; Barack Obama warns supporters not to get "cocky."

John McCain, facing an uphill road to the White House, said Thursday that "I love where we are" as he continued to hammer his Democratic rival for waging what he calls class warfare.

On the heels of the final presidential debate, polls suggest the race could be tightening, and even Barack Obama warned his supporters Thursday not to get "cocky."

McCain, in an interview with FOX News, said that undecided voters won't weigh in until the closing hours of the campaign -- "maybe the last couple hours" -- and that Americans are starting to "appreciate" the difference between the two candidates' economic plans.

"Am I the underdog? Of course. Do I love being the underdog? Of course," McCain said.

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