Exit polls: In New Jersey, Obama not a major factor

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    CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Exit polls: In New Jersey, Obama not a major factor « - Blogs from CNN.com
     
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    People in NJ hated Corzine well before Obama came on as a presidential contender.

    The fact that Christie allowed Corzine to come back is more of an indicator on how weak the republicans are
     
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    Wow, the crabwalking has started.
    The Dums will explain away every GOP victory by saying it was just a local thing and Obama had nothing to do with it.
    I hope they do.
    Because when 2010 comes they will be completely blindsided by the avalanche, much like the GOP was in '06.
     
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    With the teabaggers turning on the republican moderates, republicans will concede winnable seats in order to run unelectable Conservatives. This election will be remembered for the teabaggers destroying what was once the Grand Old Party
     
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    Well, given that the RINO in NY had to drop out and the Conservative will probably win, it seems more likely to teach the GOP that conservatives win elections, RINOs lose elections.
     
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    Good....Obama has been relegated into obscurity in State elections....he should have kept his nose out of NJ's business anyway. We have bigger problems facing the nation as a whole than to have him going around supporting corruption and the status quo.
     
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    Yeah right!

    These are Plastered all over NJ!!!
     
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    This is very true, Corzine should have lost by 80% he is so lame.
     
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    Christie was up by more than 20%. Until he opened his mouth. So if Corzine wins or Christie wins by a small amount, then that is simply pathetic. :lol:
     
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    :disagree:

    No, it's more an indication of the level of distrust the voters have in a Liberally dominated state when it comes to Democrats these days.

    :hmpf:

    Imagine what this means for the rest of the country. California is on the verge of going GOP now.

    Taking over GM and Chrysler was the first warning sign.

    Face it...they overstepped and now they've stepped in shit.
     
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