I've been worried about Obama's chances next week - actually waking up in the middle of the night (I had some weird nightmare about Sarah Palin and crystal meth last night) - but I feel a lot better now. Why? Dick Morris thinks Obama is in trouble:

As Obama has oscillated, moving somewhat above or somewhat below 50 percent in all the October polls, his election likely hangs in the balance. If he falls short of 50 percent in these circumstances, a majority of the voters can be said to have rejected him. Likely a disproportionate number of the undecideds will vote for McCain... The question is not so much how large his lead is over the Republican, but whether or not he is topping 50 percent. As long as the polling leaves him below that mark, he is vulnerable and could well lose.

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