Bilbray Leads Busby

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    I know it is early, but it look like the Republicans will keep Duke Cunninghams' House seat

    With 78 percent of precincts reporting, Republican Brian Bilbray was ahead with 50,284 votes, or 50 percent, to Democrat Francine Busby's 45,649 votes, or 45 percent.

    All I heard going into this election was this was the race to watch. Will the folks show their displeasure at Republicans and show their support for the Dems

    Well, looks like another example of the liberal media reporting what they WANT to happen, instead of reporting what happened.

    Of course Ms Busby showed what libs really stand for when she said illegals do not need papers to vote.

    How will libs spin this?
     
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    Hate Triumphs in House Race
     
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    You want illegals to vote in our elections?

    Please explain what you mean by 'Hate triumphs in House race'
     
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    I'm sure they will get this 'refined'...

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060607/ap_on_el_st_lo/primaries_rdp
     
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    Lets all have a moment of silence for the Dems

    The dreams they had of taking back the House and Senate just crashed and burned
     
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    Q: How will libs spin this?

    A: Hate Triumphs in House Race
     
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    I wouldn't be so sure of that. This race switched around in large measure at the last minute because of her 'you don't need papers' remark. The blogs did a remarkable job of documenting and spreading that remark. They wouldn't let it die or be spun.

    I think it may be more of a harbinger on how seriously illegal immigration stances will effect the vote in November.
     
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    I misundersood your post. I stand corrected.
     
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    Libs will always get cocky and arogrant when they think they have the upper hand. It is typical.

    I see gains in the Senate for Republicans and the House will pretty much stay as it is
     

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