Sarah Palins's Call To 'Take Back The 20' Districts Was A Success (Her Scorecard 19)

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    Sarah wanted to take back 20 districts--districts WON by Sarah Palin and her running mate from Arizona, but that had DEMOCRAT REPRESENTATIVES in the House who voted for Hussein's DeathCare plan. People listened to her because they saw the strong patriotism and convictions she has toward this country. They saw that she was right and that the only way to get this country back on track was to vote the democrats out. This is their response to her calling to 'Take Back The 20' with her endorsements.

    Take Back the 20

    How did Sarah do?

    1. Florida 24: Sarah's Candidate Sandy Adams won.

    2. Florida 2: Sarah's Candidate Steve Southerland won.

    3. South Carolina 5: Sarah's Candidate Mick Mulvaney won.

    4. Virginia 5: Sarah's Candidate Robert Hurt won.

    5. West Virginia 1: Sarah's Candidate David McKinley won.

    6. West Virginia 3: Sarah's Candidate Spike Maynard lost.

    7. Pennsylvania 3: Sarah's Candidate Mike Kelly won.

    8. Pennsylvania 10: Sarah's Candidate Tom Marino won.

    9. Ohio 6: Sarah's Candidate Bill Johnson won.

    10.Ohio 16: Sarah's Candidate Jim Renacci won.

    11. Indiana 8: Sarah's Candidate Larry Buchson won.

    12. Indiana 9: Sarah's Candidate Todd Young won.

    13. Tennessee 6: Sarah's Candidate Diane Black won.

    14. Arkansas 2: Sarah's Candidate Tim Griffin won.

    15. North Dakota (at large): Sarah's Candidate Rick Berg won.

    16. Colorado 3: Sarah's Candidate Scott Tipton won.

    17. Colorado 4: Sarah's Candidate Cory Gardner won.

    18. Arizona 1: Sarah's Candidate Paul Gosar won.

    19. Arizona 5: Sarah's Candidate David Schweikert won.

    20. Arizona 8: Sarah's Candidate Jesse Kelly NO CALL YET MADE! Looks like he will win though


    At worst, Sarah Pac is 19 won, lost 1.

    95% success rate. Excellent. This shows the power and influence she has.
     
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    As CBS News Correspondent Jeff Glor reports, Palin backed 43 candidates for the House. Thirty of them won, with races involving nine others still undecided. Her record in Senate races was closer.
     
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    Dems aren't threatened by Palin. Nah. Nope. Why bother?
     
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    Sarah hardly has a strategic mind. She sees a parade and jumps out in front of it, then takes all the credit.
     
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    I know SarahG will be disappointed to know that Sarah is INVITED to every event she attends. She neither offers her services or barges in uninvited. And she has been effective, and I have been impressed by her increasing skills at presenting an effective public message and avoiding the traps set for her. In all interviews last night she was gracious without gloating and I think accomplished herself very well.

    The two she backed--McConnell and Angle--who lost were both subjected to some of the most vile, viscious, and indefensible public attacks I've ever seen leveled at a candidate. But their opponents did win and we'll live with that.

    Alaska is still undecided.
     
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    joe miller will be the senator from alaska right after o'donnell is elected by delaware. his campaign's attempt to derail murkowski's write in effort backfired on them. apparently, the genius who decided that the way to beat murkowski was to run straws as writeins didn't realize that you only get to vote once in an election. :lol:

    the result? miller has 34% of the vote, writeins have 41%. i think when the smoke clears murkaski will have at least 35% of the vote and likely 40%.

    the real beauty part is that any of the brain surgeons who voted for miller as a write in threw away their votes. under alaskan law, you have to be *qualified* as a write in candidate for a write in vote to be counted. miller isn't qualified under alaskan law as a write in candidate. :rofl:
     
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    Agreed! Please feel free to put her on the GOP ticket in 2012!!
     
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    Angle, Miller, O'Donnell.....good strategery!
     
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    This is another one of those darn threads started by a Liberal because he/she fears Palin, isn't it?
     
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    Yep! Just waiting for LiarFrank's seal of approval!
     

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