Plouffe on the coming GOP "colossal failure" in Nov.

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    When you can't dazzle them with brilliance then baffle them with bullshit right? :lol:

    washingtonpost.com

    So a Democrat party loss of say, 60 house seats and 7 Senate seats is an epic fail for the Republicans? Right. Sounds like someone is getting all wee wee'd up. Spin Plouffey. Spin like the wind.

    :razz::razz:

    I'll try and contain my grief when the Dims see Pelosi booted from her current job in the House. What a great victory that will be for the Left indeed. (Reid could get the boot yet too... even without a Senate flip)

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    I think the Senate is going to the GOP too....
    The following are the polling data from the most recent survey listed on RealClearPolitics - Opinion, News, Analysis, Videos and Polls

    North Dakota = Republican + 43%

    Arkansas = Republican + 18%

    Indiana = Republican + 18%

    Wisconsin = Republican + 12%

    Pennsylvania = Republican + 7%

    Colorado = Republican + 5%

    West Virginia = Republican + 5%

    Illinois = Republican + 4%

    Nevada = Republican + 3%

    Washington = Republican + 1%

    Spin won't change reality. Conservatism is on the rise......
     
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    The Republican is not up in WV. Not a chance...
     
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    Election 2010: West Virginia Senate Special Election

    Republican John Raese now holds a six-point lead on Democratic Governor Joe Manchin in West Virginia&#8217;s shockingly competitive U.S. Senate race.

    The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in West Virginia finds Raese with 50% support, while the state&#8217;s highly popular governor earns just 44% of the vote. Two percent (2%) prefer some other candidate, and five percent (5%) are undecided.

    Election 2010: West Virginia Senate Special Election - Rasmussen Reports
     
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    Next to having Ron Wyden gone (Unlikely, but I can hope) Patty Murry getting the boot is one of my most intense and sincere desires.

    0bama is going to need to dust off that Veto stamp.
     
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    Honestly Jim, why do you come here?

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    At this point, Washington is really the only iffy one.
     
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    If the people want it, surely it can't be all bad, can it?
     
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    My only fear this election cycle would be John McCain, on the day after the wipeout, to say: "Now we must work in a bi-partisan manner with our friends on the other side of the aisle and our wonderful President Barack Obama".

    If that happens, were really fcuked. :(
     
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