Senator John McCain woke Thursday morning to what has become a fairly common greeting in these tough last weeks of his campaign. A raft of polls showing him well behind. Early post-mortems on his candidacy. Even Republicans speaking of him in the past tense.
But is it really over?
As Mr. McCain enters this closing stretch, his aides -- as well as some outside Republicans and even a few Democrats -- argue that he still has a viable path to victory.