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    Re: Gallup poll points to GOP rout

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    Re: Gallup poll points to GOP rout

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    Re: Gallup poll points to GOP rout

    Quote Originally Posted by Moot View Post
    An average of all the polls from the last week predicts the GOP will pick up 50 house seats....

    RealClearPolitics - Election Other - Generic Congressional Vote
    LOL!

    that's the generic, silly

    rcp today says 67

    RealClearPolitics - 2010 Election Maps - Battle for the House

    rothenberg: 55 to 65 with "70 or more possible"

    House Ratings | The Rothenberg Political Report

    cook: 50 to 60 or "possibly more"

    Cook: Even more vulnerable Dems - Alex Isenstadt - POLITICO.com

    sabato in his "final crystal ball" raised his 47 to 55

    Larry J. Sabato's Crystal Ball

    it's probably why a dozen unnamed dem "campaign professionals" came off as so "grim" and "glum" to roger simon's journo listers

    Grim Dems await huge House losses - Alex Isenstadt - POLITICO.com

    “everybody that is tied today will lose, and everyone that is ahead by a few points will lose because of the gop wave"

    it sucks, there's no more optimism, they've resigned themselves, dead men walking, no money, brutal

    their mindset naturally goes next to WHAT WENT WRONG

    and then of course, in turn, there's BLAME

    read it

    or not, there's plenty of time for all that
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    Re: Gallup poll points to GOP rout

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    Re: Gallup poll points to GOP rout

    As of Nov. 1, RCP still says Reuters 50, Rassmussen 51 and Gallup 55....

    RealClearPolitics - Latest Election Polls

    Thats an average of 52 seats the Repubs might pick up. "might"

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    Re: Gallup poll points to GOP rout

    Republicans will be lucky to pick up 60 seats. Most likely they will pick up between 45-55. That is a decent number, but still won't give them that much of a majority.

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    Re: Gallup poll points to GOP rout

    Quote Originally Posted by Navy Pride View Post
    They reject the left wing liberal mantra....The left thinks the American people are stupid............Tomorrow they will be proven wrong.....How sweet it is..........
    Obama thinks he's smarter than the American people because he went to Harvard Law School. He doesn't understand, we don't care about that. We want someone who is going to represent us, the average American people. Someone like Sarah Palin or George W. Bush who actually knows what's its like to struggle. Not some lib who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.
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    Re: Gallup poll points to GOP rout

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny DooWop View Post
    Obama thinks he's smarter than the American people because he went to Harvard Law School. He doesn't understand, we don't care about that. We want someone who is going to represent us, the average American people. Someone like Sarah Palin or George W. Bush who actually knows what's its like to struggle. Not some lib who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.

    Err Bush 43 was born with a silver spoon.

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    Re: Gallup poll points to GOP rout

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny DooWop View Post
    Obama thinks he's smarter than the American people because he went to Harvard Law School. He doesn't understand, we don't care about that. We want someone who is going to represent us, the average American people. Someone like Sarah Palin or George W. Bush who actually knows what's its like to struggle. Not some lib who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.
    This has to be a joke right


    If not I have to ask do you know anything about GWB or Obama

    GWB is part of the Bush family, which is worth I am sure tens of millions of dollars, GWB I doubt had to struggle financially a day in his life, having a rich very politically connected family. Ie he was born with a a silver spoon in his mouth

    Obama was raised by his mother and grandparents, and when he was a kid was on food stamps for a period of time (might have been welfare?), he struggled and got to Harvard based on his merits, not those of his family
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    Re: Gallup poll points to GOP rout

    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny DooWop View Post
    Obama thinks he's smarter than the American people because he went to Harvard Law School. He doesn't understand, we don't care about that. We want someone who is going to represent us, the average American people. Someone like Sarah Palin or George W. Bush who actually knows what's its like to struggle. Not some lib who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth.
    George Bush struggled? Oh yeah that's right. He struggled to stay dry until the age of 40.

    And btw I don't want average people running this country.
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