Shifting Tides & Sands! More Voters Democrat Again!

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    No one seems to want to comment that Sarah Palin is approximately as well-liked, in the polls, as is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The one of them does have a full-time job. . . .and is older. . . .and apparently wiser. Apparently the older woman: Still has a memory capability, intact. There may have been votes actually done, in the House of Representatives: For a change.

    Gallup has been noting that the "Honeymoon" trend in favor of the Democrats has been steadily eroding. It went so far into the deep that the Republicans had a one month edge in Party Identiification. September has changed all that.

    Democrats Re-Establish Narrow Edge in Party Affiliation

    Clearly, the stock market is responding well to the economy. 28 states have noted a decrease in the unemployment rate. Health Care reform measures are starting to take effect. The basis-free slaughter of the ill-equipped troops in Iraq, clearly GOP, intended--in their FEMA-like model of emergency administration--has started to end. The Oil Well leak is getting more permanently stopped. The Southeast region may experience a funding renaissance in post-spill relief. The Obama Administration broke the back of the GOP Senate resistance to small-business lending.

    The outcome is Party Identification, Democrat again: Coming along in time for the elections.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, not stirred!"
    (Actually, George Bush does get blamed for current state of the U. S. economy!)
     
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    Sarah Palin is extremely popular with approximately 30% of the voters

    Nobody in the other 70% respects her
     
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    Which will make absolutely no difference to the ass whipping the Democrats are going to be receiving November 2nd. :clap2::clap2::clap2:
     
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    In 2008, the Party Identification was overwhelmingly Democrat in the polls. If you do read palms, it is probably in a crease line, at the base of the thumb(?)!

    Anyone notices what GOP has been reading, lately: Along with tea leaves and concepts from voodoo.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, not stirred!"
    (Most recently, the Holy Father is in fact reading apologies, to the assembled. . . .of. . . .faith, apparently gone mad: In century. . .after century. . .after century! Actually, bald guys know better how to say that!)
     
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    All the Democrats should have to do is put the batshit crazy babes in the foreground, and ask the voters to make a choice.
     
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    The Republicans of Alaska, at least, have four choices! There is Murkowski, the outside extremist. . .male, and former Governor Palin. There is also the Democrat, supportive of businesses having paying customers in the stores, which the others oppose. There is also the same Democrat, supportive of the rising stock market, which the other three oppose. There is also the same Democrat, supportive of the reduction of unemployment rates, already in 28 of the fifty states. There is also the same Democrat, supportive of the reduced military occupation of Iraq.

    And that's just one candidate, supportive of all of that, and Health Insurance Coverage for children up to the age of 26, which all Republicans, now everywhere, oppose. That is actually happening, now!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Make Alaska Igloo Warm: Send condo. . .well!)
     
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    The post story of this election will be turn out.

    The GOP is seeing primary turn outs, they have never seen. Record highs. The Dems, not so much.

    Unless something really changes that trend. The outcome is already decided.
     
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    Recall that President Obama noticed too, and went for the caucus votes. The Clintons didn't do that. Democratic liberals tend to dominate the primaries process, and moderates and conservatives in the Democratic Party to complain about it.

    In the Democratic Party, Turnout efforts in September are heavily confined to Labor Day rallies, Mexican Independence Day rallies, Days of Prayer and Fasting, and Back-to-school days(?). Turn-out efforts can even get a boost from Halloween. This year people can dress up like Sarah Palin, Rand Paul, and others: And little kids can find out who scares adults the most!

    Republicans tend to be uninvolved, with all of the above. Anyone can guess that not too many are going to dress up as Barack Obama.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Tea Party Have Affordable Housing Plan For Alaska, and with no negro dialect! Send in condo. . .well!)
     
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    But, but, but the teabaggers..........................
     
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    Famously, in history, money has usually been a commodity--gold, silver, salt, and in one Administration, even jelly beans(?). A commodity can be stored and hoarded, so a king can have it all, distribute it to families of stature, and keep it away from everyone else.

    University of California, just last week, gave a UC Medical School CEO a $400,000.00 pay raise, to $1.8 mil. per year, for a public tax dollar supported campus administrator. The Regents took pains to announce that the funds were all from private donations.

    The bankrupt system, cutting back on everything, was not to be involved, or beneficiary, of the donations. In like manner, even commentators tend to promote the concept that the banks were suffering at the end of the Bush Administration, and so the Tea Party GOP types sent them $0.75 tril. in bail-outs, so that giant bonuses could be paid from that, instead of reserves. The money still does not get provided for small business credit.

    The Tea Party GOP, and the rank and file GOP, tend to be the same folks. There are not many of them, but they have a lot in common with the commentator classes, and so are thought to be a majority of all the colored people(?)!

    Commentators know that they are not(?), or something(?)! The fact of extremist factional basis is now highlighted in Alaska, and in Delaware, and is even now evident in Kentucky, now more or less sworn to silence in September.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken Not Stirred!"
    (Maybe need practice in non-negro dialect!)
     
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