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    Re: 2010 Midterm Results Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    ok, make your call now since you are so focused on 2012; tell us who will lose their seat
    Its rather silly to predict that because so many things can happen but the way OHio is going I think uber-liberal Sherrod Brown is going to be considered one of the more vulnerable senators. He beat RINO Mike Dewine who had pissed of Liberals by being a GOPer and pissed off the GOP by being a RINO in 2006 so anyone was going to beat him

    I suspect there will be a far more formidable candidate in 06



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    Re: 2010 Midterm Results Discussion

    why ask me when you can get it straight from roger simon's journo listers

    Tougher road ahead for Senate Dems - Shira Toeplitz - POLITICO.com

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    Re: 2010 Midterm Results Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    why ask me when you can get it straight from roger simon's journo listers

    Tougher road ahead for Senate Dems - Shira Toeplitz - POLITICO.com
    because you are the one who brought 2012 up in this thread
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    Re: 2010 Midterm Results Discussion

    well, if you really wanna know who's most likely to go down in 12, then...

    umm...

    READ THE LINK!

    LOL!

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    Re: 2010 Midterm Results Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    well, if you really wanna know who's most likely to go down in 12, then...

    umm...

    READ THE LINK!

    LOL!
    i didn't ask shira toeplitz' opinion ... you were the one opening a thread about 2010 results to now include your projection of 2012 results. so what will they be?
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    Re: 2010 Midterm Results Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by justabubba View Post
    what will they be?
    really bad for the dems

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    Re: 2010 Midterm Results Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    really bad for the dems
    I think we gathered that much - I believe justabubba is asking for specific projections, more specifically your projections.
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    Re: 2010 Midterm Results Discussion

    looking at 2012:

    did y'all know that in the most bellwether battlegrounds in the nation---PA, OH, MI, IL, WI, FL and VA---republicans picked up TWENTY SIX house seats on tsunami tuesday

    we lost ZERO

    (we stole another SIX in new york)

    are you familiar with the american electoral map?

    in the 7 kingmaker commonwealths named, republicans seized brand new control of the PA house, OH house, MI house and WI house and senate

    we already controlled the legislatures in florida and virginia

    my side owns BOTH state houses AND the gub in---PA, OH, MI, WI, FL and VA

    people like me have never quite been in this position before

    a very difficult landscape for the party STILL in power

    did you see obama's SURRENDER of TAX CUTS FOR THE RICH this afternoon?

    how do you think that's gonna play, as we proceed?

    how do YOU feel about the great CAVE today, for example, a rhetorical question?

    seeya at the polls, pals
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    Re: 2010 Midterm Results Discussion

    roger simon's drug tested professional leftists and journolisters are looking incisively at the 2011-12 gub races and how they're shaping up

    The top 10 governors' races - David Catanese - POLITICO.com

    of the 10 most contested states, politico finds 7 held today by dems

    including all the top 6

    states held today by reds to make the journo's list are indiana, north dakota and mississippi

    ie, good luck, progressives, in dakota and the state named this week by gallup as the most conservative in the nation

    dems endangered, according to politico, are---west virginia, north carolina, montana, kentucky, missouri, washington and new hampshire

    that's an awful lot of red turf, dontcha think

    and remember, the set up in the senate for 2012 could hardly be more disadvantageous for the party still in power

    Tougher road ahead for Senate Dems - Shira Toeplitz - POLITICO.com

    fyi

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    Re: 2010 Midterm Results Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    roger simon's drug tested professional leftists and journolisters are looking incisively at the 2011-12 gub races and how they're shaping up

    The top 10 governors' races - David Catanese - POLITICO.com

    of the 10 most contested states, politico finds 7 held today by dems

    including all the top 6

    states held today by reds to make the journo's list are indiana, north dakota and mississippi

    ie, good luck, progressives, in dakota and the state named this week by gallup as the most conservative in the nation

    dems endangered, according to politico, are---west virginia, north carolina, montana, kentucky, missouri, washington and new hampshire

    that's an awful lot of red turf, dontcha think

    and remember, the set up in the senate for 2012 could hardly be more disadvantageous for the party still in power

    Tougher road ahead for Senate Dems - Shira Toeplitz - POLITICO.com

    fyi
    Rather ridiculous to build up your hopes on something that changes like the weather and stock markets... Get a hobby, get laid...

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