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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by Gray_Fox_86 View Post
    Um this happened in Missouri what a surprise

    In all honesty Missouri is as important as Mississippi.
    Actually, Missouri is traditionally considered a bellweather for what is happening nationwide. This is actually quite significant.
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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Ferris View Post
    When's the last time a party has held onto both the House and the Senate in the midterm election of the administrations first term when that administration is in the same party holding both the House and the Senate? Historically the Democrats will lose at least one.
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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Ferris View Post
    When's the last time a party has held onto both the House and the Senate in the midterm election of the administrations first term when that administration is in the same party holding both the House and the Senate? Historically the Democrats will lose at least one.
    Find me a link that says the Dems will lose one then and which races they will lose.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by zimmer View Post
    Remember 1994.
    One good thing is many Libs don't know what mid-term elections are.


    That is why we have elections.
    One Journolist Rag stated the senate is in play, though slim as it may be.

    I wouldn't feel too confident as a Democrat, and if they do hold, it makes Obi's 2012 run even more difficult.

    Obi has a public record now, and it doesn't exactly jibe with "The One We Have Been Waiting For" blarney. His only hope is for R's to win a majority, so he can continue doing what he knows how to do best as a professional agitator... play the blame game... shifting it from Bush to Congressional R's.

    Remember 1994.

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    Show me the elections that Republicans will win to get the majority and then I will believe you.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by Gipper View Post
    That's just typical though. The larger the city, the more liberal it is (and votes).

    Even in a state like Alabama, Birmingham notoriously votes Democrat in its district. Illinois would probably vote Republican every single time if you cut out Chicago.

    It really speaks volumes when the hometown people can make their unified voices louder than the major cities.
    And while rural areas rely on their nearby cities, the cities rely on the rural areas for food. However, if Chicago weren't there - Illinois would be Mississippi. If Indianapolis weren't there, Indiana would be Wyoming.

    There's a hated of rural areas toward the cities they rely on - but without them, already struggling areas would become as destitute as parts of Appalachia.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    TWO TO ONE voter turnout in MICHIGAN and MISSOURI

    why, that was just THE DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY!

    SEVENTY ONE PERCENT express offense at the prime plank of the president's highest priority piece

    including, clearly, many dems and ex dems

    read the TEA leaves

    you'd have to be as tone deaf as our large lobed leader not to perceive

    it's a new blend of brew, 2010---TSUNAMI!

    at least that's what FOX said---LOL!

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    FOX said the republicans wouldn't take the house...

    LOL!
    Dan Rather this weekend
    said the odds are that the Republicans will take back the House in the upcoming midterm elections.

    Maybe more surprisingly, Chris Matthews, with a look on his face like someone had given him the worst news possible, actually agreed with him.


    Read more: Dan Rather Says GOP Takes Back House in November, Matthews Painfully Agrees | NewsBusters.org

    The kerfuffle caused by White House press secretary Robert Gibbs' acknowledgment that there are enough seats in play to flip control of the House this fall has eclipsed another interesting political debate: Could Republicans win the Senate majority too?
    The Fix - Can Republicans take back the Senate?

    Editor’s Note: These days the best D.C. parlor game is guessing November’s House results. We’ve recently made our own contribution, with a district-by-district analysis that projects—as of early June—a Republican net gain of 32 seats. But the Crystal Ball has always done House projections in two ways. The second method requires advanced statistical modeling of the sort Professor Alan Abramowitz provides in this week’s Crystal Ball. Prof. Abramowitz’s record has been superb in election prognostication, and his analysis shows a GOP gain of 39 House seats—precisely the number needed to take control.
    http://www.centerforpolitics.org/cry...aia2010061701/

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    TWO TO ONE voter turnout in MICHIGAN and MISSOURI

    why, that was just THE DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY!

    SEVENTY ONE PERCENT express offense at the prime plank of the president's highest priority piece

    including, clearly, many dems and ex dems

    read the TEA leaves

    you'd have to be as tone deaf as our large lobed leader not to perceive

    it's a new blend of brew, 2010---TSUNAMI!

    at least that's what FOX said---LOL!
    I can't wait to quote you and make you look like the dumbass you are when Democrats still have the majority. You have yet to say which races Republicans will win to gain the majority.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-bipartisan View Post
    I can't wait to quote you and make you look like the dumbass you are when Democrats still have the majority. You have yet to say which races Republicans will win to gain the majority.
    Let's turn that around..... which races won't the Republicans win that will keep them from gaining the majority?

    Come on..... whip out your crystal ball and tell us the future…. Then we can quote you and make you look like a dumb ass after the landslide this November.
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    I didnt have to read the article to tell you that you cant read.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-bipartisan View Post
    I can't wait to quote you and make you look like the dumbass you are when Democrats still have the majority. You have yet to say which races Republicans will win to gain the majority.
    LOL!

    adolescent ad hominems and an angry puss

    i already told you, coming close is just as good

    even GIBBS knows!

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