Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaObama: Republican Party members believe 'white males are victims' Texas warehouse where migrants housed in 'cages' closed for humane renovation North Carolina — still purple but up for grabs MORE, who noted that his supporters in the blogosphere were the ones with "raised hackles" over his decision to reject public financing, should just be happy he's getting Jerome Armstrong's vote, writes Armstrong. The blogger also notes that while Obama would crush President Bush in a hypothetical matchup, two other Democrats, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) and former Vice President Al GoreAlbert (Al) Arnold GoreKey McConnell ally: Biden should get access to transition resources CNN acquires Joe Biden documentary 'President in Waiting' Former GSA chief: 'Clear' that Biden should be recognized as president-elect MORE fare better against John McCainJohn Sidney McCainJuan Williams: Obama's dire warnings about right-wing media Democrats' squabbling vindicates Biden non-campaign McSally, staff asked to break up maskless photo op inside Capitol MORE than Obama does, according to a Rasmussen poll. Obama, however, trails McCain, 39 percent to 45 percent, in a state that's been very Republican, South Carolina, according to a Public Policy Polling survey that may also be underestimate the Democrat's support among African-Americans, writes Jonathan Singer.