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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-bipartisan View Post
    You have yet to say which races Republicans will win to gain the majority.
    grow up

    there's 435 of em, not gallup, not rasmussen, not ppp, not ipsos, not nbc/wsj, not cnn/or, not mason dixon, survey usa...

    none of em's in a position to satisfy your little foot-tapping demand

    but, like i said, coming close is just as good

    RealClearPolitics - 2010 Election Maps - Battle for the House

    it's in the bag

    ask the ONE POINT ZERO FIVE MILLION republicans who turned out in used-to-be reliably blue michigan, compared to a downcast 535,000 dems

    ask the 580,000 reds in show-me land, but don't bother the 315,000 bummed out blues

    talk to you november 3, hopefully you'll be over the tummy ache, or whatever it is that's got you so cranky today
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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    grow up

    there's 435 of em, not gallup, not rasmussen, not ppp, not ipsos, not nbc/wsj, not cnn/or, not mason dixon, survey usa...

    none of em's in a position to satisfy your little foot-tapping demand

    but, like i said, coming close is just as good

    RealClearPolitics - 2010 Election Maps - Battle for the House

    it's in the bag

    ask the ONE POINT ZERO FIVE MILLION republicans who turned out in used-to-be reliably blue michigan, compared to a downcast 535,000 dems

    ask the 580,000 reds in show-me land, but don't bother the 315,000 bummed out blues

    talk to you november 3, hopefully you'll be over the tummy ache, or whatever it is that's got you so cranky today
    I hope you know every seat isn't up for election. Anyway, I guess unlike Republicans I have a spine and will answer questions; in the Senate, Democrats will win Maryland, New York, Oregon, West Virginia, Connecticut, California, Washington, Wisconsin, Nevada, Florida, Vermont, and Hawaii. *I count Independents as Dems. Here are some other links that support my statement that Democrats will hold the majority in the Senate: Election 2010: Senate Balance Of Power - Rasmussen Reports™ United States Senate Balance of Power, 2010 Senate Races - Intrade Data Forecast 8-5-2010, and Swing State Project: StephenCLE's 2010 Senate Predictions. I'll give you the House in a little bit.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-bipartisan View Post
    I hope you know every seat isn't up for election. Anyway, I guess unlike Republicans I have a spine and will answer questions; in the Senate, Democrats will win Maryland, New York, Oregon, West Virginia, Connecticut, California, Washington, Wisconsin, Nevada, Florida, Vermont, and Hawaii. *I count Independents as Dems. Here are some other links that support my statement that Democrats will hold the majority in the Senate: Election 2010: Senate Balance Of Power - Rasmussen Reports™ United States Senate Balance of Power, 2010 Senate Races - Intrade Data Forecast 8-5-2010, and Swing State Project: StephenCLE's 2010 Senate Predictions. I'll give you the House in a little bit.
    Every House seat IS up for election, and according to polls now, it seems likely that the Republicans will gain a majority of seats. The Senate is more problematical as only 1/3 are up for grabs. But it seems the GOP has at least a 50/50 chance of gaining the House...
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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    A prop to block something that will help people out before it even gets a chance to help the people out and go into full effect? Also MO has an overwhelming majority of Republicans and whoever suggest MO is a swing state lol.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post
    Every House seat IS up for election, and according to polls now, it seems likely that the Republicans will gain a majority of seats. The Senate is more problematical as only 1/3 are up for grabs. But it seems the GOP has at least a 50/50 chance of gaining the House...
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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnWOlin View Post
    A prop to block something that will help people out before it even gets a chance to help the people out and go into full effect? Also MO has an overwhelming majority of Republicans and whoever suggest MO is a swing state lol.

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    Umm... those Democratic patches are also the population centers of the state (St. Louis, Kansas City, and Jefferson City) The dark red is the relatively unpopulated Ozarks... Missouri is pretty equal between the two and has long been seen as a bellweather. Once again, misleading by the left to try to make their side look better...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Don't spoil his night like that.
    What do you mean, night? It is another bright, hot Friday morning here,...
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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-bipartisan View Post
    I hope you know every seat isn't up for election.
    unbelievable

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    it's so famous, it's on wik!

    Missouri - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by ludahai View Post
    Umm... those Democratic patches are also the population centers of the state (St. Louis, Kansas City, and Jefferson City) The dark red is the relatively unpopulated Ozarks... Missouri is pretty equal between the two and has long been seen as a bellweather. Once again, misleading by the left to try to make their side look better...
    Missouri is a red state and the majority of registered voters there are Republican as well. Democrat voter turnout was low and with over 4 million registered voters less than 1 million turned out to vote.
    "We’re going to close the unproductive tax loopholes that allow some of the truly wealthy to avoid paying their fair share. In theory, some of those loopholes were understandable, but in practice they sometimes made it possible for millionaires to pay nothing, while a bus driver was paying ten percent of his salary, and that’s crazy." -Reagan

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