58% believe that Republicans will have ideas that differ from the Bush administration

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    58 percent believe that Republicans — if they take back control of Congress — will have ideas that differ from the Bush administration's.

    68 percent of respondents say they’re uncomfortable or have reservations about candidates who support phasing out Social Security and would allow workers to invest their Social Security contributions in the stock market.

    That position — shared by Republicans like Senate nominees Sharron Angle in Nevada and Joe Miller in Alaska — ranks worst on the poll's list of nine candidate attributes.

    Among all registered voters, however, both parties are tied on the generic ballot, 43 percent to 43 percent, suggesting that Democrats could potentially blunt GOP gains in November with high turnout at the polls.

    Poll: Clear GOP advantage ahead of midterms - Politics
     
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    Generic ballots are irrelevant, now that there are actual names on nearly all the ballots.

    You dumbocrats best wear your iron underpants on November 2nd.
     
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    Keep in mind friends...Polls are only good, worthy, accurate and/or valuable when they lean rightwing.

    LOL!!!!
     
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    Generic ballot polls are always irrelevant, no matter which way they fall, for any purpose other than try to gin up a "news" story.
     
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    You know this social security--and the people who defend keeping IT ALL in governments hands is plain stupid insanity. And the DEMS scare tactic rhetoric is always the Stock Market-- And there has NOT been one single person who has suggested privitizing a portion of social security, including G.W. Bush--whom has suggested that this money be put into the STOCK MARKET!


    LOL

    There are very safe--secure financial instruments in the PRIVATE sector that the Federal Government can't get their hands on. CD's--Annuities--Savings accounts--Bonds--Treasury bills, etc. etc. etc.--that if used--no one in this country would have a financial problem when they retired.

    Social Security is a much better and bigger ponzi scheme than Bernie Madoff ever thought of.
     
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    The PROBLEM for you: ALL POLLING DATA IS SHOWING A TOTAL WIPE-OUT OF DEMOCRATS this coming November. Even the late night talk show hosts are joking about it.

    It's gonna make history--there is no doubt. This November is going to make 1994 look like a cake-walk. There are people expecting anywhere from 45 to 100 seats lost in the house, and Dick Morris--former Clinton advisor says the Senate is lost too.

    We are going to Hog-Tie Obama until 2012--when we can get rid of him.
     
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