It is just incredible that anyone is undecided at this point, let alone the 5-10% figures that are tossed around. Maybe these people shoudn't vote. Will they throw a dart at a board or consult a psychic? These undecideds have sat through probably the longest presidential campaign in history. Yahoo now comes out with a poll that one in seven voters is still persuadable. These people are truly looking for the second coming or at least some rhetoric that sends a thrill up their leg.
I would love to meet an undecided voter and ask them 'what's up with that?" These people must be the same ones that I run into at the supermarket who stand there for ten minutes to decide which toilet paper they want, or the same people in the checkout line that don't take out their check or credit card until all the groceries are packed and then shuffle around with their purses or wallets while many of the decided folk are patiently waiting in line. (Hey Sarah how's that for a run on sentence?)
I doubt if very many undecided voters will read this, nor do I think most of the undecided voters read at all. We can only pray that the dart lands on Obama or that someone with decision making power is there to guide them, lest they vote for Mccain and have buyer's remorse the next four years.