This has been the longest presidential campaign ever. We know about the two candidates' positions, opinions and backgrounds than we probably know about our own family histories. And yet:
With the sand in the 2008 campaign hourglass about depleted, Campbell is part of a stubborn wedge of people who, somehow, are still making up their minds about who should be president. One in seven, or 14 percent, can't decide or back a candidate but might switch, according to an Associated Press-Yahoo! News poll of likely voters released Friday.
The story calls this 14 percent the "persuadables" but perhaps it should be the "befuddled." What in the world are they waiting on, a sign from the heavens?