Open letter to Democratic politicians!

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    "In the House, 14 GOP incumbents have decided not to seek re-election, while 10 Democratic
    incumbents have made the same announcement. Does this mean Republicans are 'dropping like flies'?
    In the Senate, six Republican incumbents have decided not to seek re-election, while two Democratic
    incumbents have made the same announcement. Is this evidence of a mass Democratic exodus?"
    -- Steve Benen
    More proof that Republicans are just ignorant!
     
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    Republicans don't count.
     
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    Its not just about incumbents. Its about how popular the party in-power is. Do voters want to keep them, or toss them out? IMHO, from my personal polling, there are a lot of guys who voted for the dems that are VERY disgusted with their policies. The dems won't get anywhere near the same percentage of voters that they got in 2008.
     

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