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    Re: Del. Senate candidate O'Donnell: 'I'm not a witch'

    Why are people still referring to generic polls for elections a month away? They where useless when the election was further out, now they are a complete joke used only by those doing wishful thinking.
    We became a great nation not because we are a nation of cynics. We became a great nation because we are a nation of believers - Lindsey Graham

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    Uh oh Megyn...your vagina witchcraft is about ready to be exposed.

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    Re: Del. Senate candidate O'Donnell: 'I'm not a witch'

    tell it to charlie cook

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    Re: Del. Senate candidate O'Donnell: 'I'm not a witch'

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    tell it to charlie cook
    Why wouldn't I tell it to the person who referenced it here? That would actually make sense...
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    Re: Del. Senate candidate O'Donnell: 'I'm not a witch'

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    The lady sure has cast a spell on the moonbat left

    Christine O'Donnell is a very pretty woman and I predict that after the election she will become a Fox News contributor. I actually think she wants a job in front of a camera; she went on Bill Maher's often so she would be noticed.


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    Re: Del. Senate candidate O'Donnell: 'I'm not a witch'

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrauer View Post
    Christine O'Donnell is a very pretty woman and I predict that after the election she will become a Fox News contributor.
    That deserves a cool point.

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    Re: Del. Senate candidate O'Donnell: 'I'm not a witch'

    Gee ... "I'm you." Where have I heard that before... hmmmm.

    Quote Originally Posted by Linda Tripp
    "I understand that there has been a great deal of speculation about just who I am and how I got here. Well, the answer is simple. I'm you. I'm just like you."


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    Re: Del. Senate candidate O'Donnell: 'I'm not a witch'

    hmm, why should anyone consult CHARLIE COOK when he or she can simply absorb the unlinked opinion of a dp forums member?

    LOL!

    "While the generic ballot test is an imperfect measure of how any individual race might turn out, it is widely accepted as a relatively good political weather vane -- telling you which way (and how strongly) the wind is blowing nationally."

    The Fix - Republicans regain generic ballot edge

    hello

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    Re: Del. Senate candidate O'Donnell: 'I'm not a witch'

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    hmm, why should anyone consult CHARLIE COOK when he or she can simply absorb the unlinked opinion of a dp forums member?

    LOL!

    "While the generic ballot test is an imperfect measure of how any individual race might turn out, it is widely accepted as a relatively good political weather vane -- telling you which way (and how strongly) the wind is blowing nationally."

    The Fix - Republicans regain generic ballot edge

    hello
    And is still entirely unreliable in local elections.

    Hello
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    Re: Del. Senate candidate O'Donnell: 'I'm not a witch'

    ENTIRELY unreliable?

    LOL!

    The Gallup analysis said “any situation in which the Democrats have less than about 47% of the actual two-party national vote for Congress” would translate to a GOP majority in the next Congress.
    Poll: 'Likely voters' favor GOP - Scott Wong - POLITICO.com

    What’s driving Democratic optimism is improving polling numbers — both in individual races and in generic indicators — ramped-up fundraising and their field efforts.
    Democrats seize on signs of hope - Jonathan Martin - POLITICO.com

    After a short-lived post Labor Day surge of Democratic voter support, Republicans now hold a 5-point lead on the generic congressional ballot. In addition, Republicans hold advantages over the Democrats on vote intensity (+13), and on interest in the election (+15), both indicators of higher voter participation and running over double the advantage seen by Republican voters in the 1994 election. The net effect of this Republican voter intensity means than any numbers in the top-line data only gets that much better for Republicans in a projected vote model. For example, on the generic ballot where Republicans lead by 5 points, on the vote model that lead moves to 10 points (51 percent-41 percent).
    Opinion: Poll analysis: 2012: A nomination worth having - Ed Goeas - POLITICO.com

    This poll, like most others in recent weeks, showed why Democrats should be nervous heading into the final five weeks of the campaign. Republicans held a 4-point edge in the generic ballot; the two parties were tied in the last poll, which was conducted 10 days earlier. Republicans, especially older voters, remain more energized than Democrats, which, at this point, is perhaps the biggest cause for concern among the majority.
    Poll: Rocky road seen for Obama - Jim VandeHei and Charles Mahtesian - POLITICO.com

    Bolger cited generic ballot data he’s just conducted showing the Democrats faring even worse in the Midwest than in the South. His numbers show Democrats getting 35 percent in that key region, compared to 39 percent in the South, which is a Republican stronghold.
    Democrats fear Midwestern meltdown - Maggie Haberman - POLITICO.com

    Still, after a pair of national polls last week showed Republicans leading the generic ballot by nine and 13 points among likely voters, it’s conceivable that some safe-seeming Democrats could be caught off guard in a wave on Election Day. Among political handicappers, there is a new consensus that Republicans could far overshoot a simple House majority, and even some of the GOP’s more cautious political hands have become convinced that November will be a devastating event for the majority party.

    Handicapper Charlie Cook didn’t just predict that Republicans would win “at least 40 seats.” He also raised the possibility that their gains could end up being “substantially more.” Stu Rothenberg allowed that “substantially larger GOP gains in the 45-55 seat range are quite possible.”
    GOP scours map for sleeper races - Alexander Burns - POLITICO.com

    Presidents with approval ratings below 50% at midterm time see their party suffer substantial losses in its congressional membership, regardless of how much explaining and blaming the president attempts in the campaign leading up to what becomes, in effect, a referendum on the president.
    Ominous new Gallup findings for Democrats: Blacks still love Obama, others not so much | Top of the Ticket | Los Angeles Times

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    Re: Del. Senate candidate O'Donnell: 'I'm not a witch'

    I'd find her slightly more interesting and voteworthy if she were, in fact, a witch.

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