One of the great untold stories of this race so far is just how much McCain is being damaged on health care.
As Ben Smith has noted, Obama is blasting his rival on the airwaves primarily on this topic (Anybody who watches TV or listens to the radio in Washington, D.C. can testify to this.)
And McCain has not pushed back with any major ad campaign. His campaign aides have denounced Obama's claims through the media, but, in yet another example of how the Democrat's financial advantage is coloring the race, the shots have been unanswered on the air.
So many, many voters now are concerned about what will happen to their healthcare were McCain to be president.
According to a NYT/CBS poll earlier this month, 54% of voters surveyed said they were not confident McCain would "make the right decisions on health care." Only 10% said they were very confident he'd do so.
Further, there is anecdotal evidence that Obama's paid media onslaught has gotten people thinking about health care.
McCain held a conference call last night with Nevada voters and what is he asked about twice? His health care plan