The death of the Senate's longest-serving member has diminished the chances of the la

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    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/06/28/seriously-ill-byrd-spell-delay-financial-regulation-vote/

    Oh man, it seems if November doesn't get the Democrats then the Good Lord will.

    You can't take it with you, not even a Senate seat.

    It wasn't Ted Kennedy's seat and it isn't Sheets Bryd's seat either.
     
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    Dead people never stopped Democrats from voting before....think "Weekend at Bernies"
     
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    Well since WV has a Dem Gov I think one could assume that a Dem will be appointed to fill the rest of Byrds term.

    That is unless the Gov tried to "sell the seat". LOL
     
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    count Scott Brown out too. he doesn't like taxing the banks idea so very much..
     

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