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    Re: Math is forbidding for Democrats in struggle for Senate

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    We had a chance to do that last election. But... the GOP nominated a person to run against him that was, well...

    If she couldn't beat him in that election climate, she could never win anytime. I feel that the next time he comes up for re-election the GOP will get a better candidate, and, he will be calling a moving company.
    Sir NIMBY speaks of two very good GOP governors who will win landslides--Kasich in OH and Sandoval in NV. A Kasich/Sandoval ticket would be formidable in 2016. Don't forget the "Adelson" summit in Vegas--Kasich was one of 4 invited govs though he did perform poorly .
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    Re: Math is forbidding for Democrats in struggle for Senate

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    You're a great GOP Beau, one who I respect for not running from your positive, centrist GOP brand. I hate Reid and hope Schumer gets Minority Leader if that is to be. You know how much I support Durbin in spite of your feelings--he's been a leader of the gangs of 14 with good GOPs like Portman, Collins and Alexander.

    It's laughable to hear anti-Reid "independents" who've been silent on McConnell now trashing McConnell--who I want to do great things if he's Majority Leader .
    Thanks for the kind words. My position on Durbin has to do with my personal dealings with him during disasters. He plays politics and can lie better than most I've ever seen. Yes, he has been in the room for many isle crossing groups, like the Gang of 12/14, or whatever they called themselves at the time. I have a hard time believing that the guy I know personally, is any different in those meetings than he was when he killed aid to certain communities based solely on politics given that those communities were of a different party.
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    Re: Math is forbidding for Democrats in struggle for Senate

    Quote Originally Posted by NIMBY View Post
    Sir NIMBY speaks of two very good GOP governors who will win landslides--Kasich in OH and Sandoval in NV. A Kasich/Sandoval ticket would be formidable in 2016. Don't forget the "Adelson" summit in Vegas--Kasich was one of 4 invited govs though he did perform poorly .
    I think a lot of Kasich, but don't know that much about Sandoval. Another governor from that area though (Utah), would make a great President. Jon Huntsman
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