Boston = City of Champions: Bruins 2011; Celtics 2008; Red Sox 2004, 2007; Patriots 2002, 2004, 2005
Jon Huntsman for President
it's going to be very, very difficult for the party still in power to hold the senate in 2012
Tougher road ahead for Senate Dems - Shira Toeplitz - POLITICO.com
reds are also looking at a rather easy pickup of another half dozen or so gubs
The top 10 governors' races - David Catanese - POLITICO.com
we already own 29
back on topic, this sure don't look like 1995
58% Favor Government Shutdown Until Spending Cuts Are Agreed Upon - Rasmussen Reports™
and unlike the party still in power we push policies that are actually popular
we don't sue the people of arizona, insult americans who disagree about mosques at ground zero, attempt to try ksm in manhattan, bow to foreign dictators, ask americans to rat out their neighbors for expressing fishy thoughts, try to tax energy production and consumption in the midst of recession, cram a radical reform of 1/6 of our economy via senate reconciliation...
we're professionals, we know what we're doing, and we actually LIKE the american people
we don't disparage em behind their backs for clinging to stuff we find beneath us
seeya at the polls, progressives
Last edited by The Prof; 02-28-11 at 04:46 PM.
Neither Party Has Edge on Federal Budget Dealings
I'd say most people want both: they want spending cuts but would like to avoid a government shutdown.