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Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Whither Goeth the Senate?

David Hogberg handicaps the Senatorial races at TAS Online this morning.

If he`s right, it bodes ill for the Republicans. Fortunately, many of these races are close, and they could turn easily enough. I`m rooting against you this time, David! (Sorry)



Anonymous GM Roper said...

Tim, I agree with you, the history seems to be that in a close race in the off presidential year elections, the incumbent usually wins and not necessarily by a narrow margin. With the Incumbent Protection Act (read McCain-Feingold) this year is likely to be no different. Prediction, The Repubs hold on to both houses, Democrats will yell "fraud" because everybody, but EVERYBODY know they were ahead in the polls.

7:31 PM  
Blogger Timothy Birdnow said...

Hi GM!

I agree; even though the Republicans have been a sorry lot, the Democrats have absolutely NOTHING to offer-and I don`t believe America has sunk so low as to actually put these traitorous SOBs in office. I suspect your right about the polls setting up yet another accusation of fraud. (Me thinks the Dems protest too much.)

5:38 AM  
Blogger Michael Morrison said...

"Traitorous SOBs" is terribly strong and inaccurate language.
People should be allowed to be wrong on any issue without being considered aiding the enemy.
Granted, Democrats do have a traitorous tradition, but if the slimy Republicans, who have by their incompetence, by their selling out of the working and producing people, by their bogging us down in an unwinnable and immoral war, by their spending and spending and spending were to be defeated, then perhaps the decent people who once were a majority of the Republican Party could once again take control.
Seriously, there is surely no way a Democrat-controlled Congress could be much, if any, worse than this lying, dishonest, corrupt Congress -- that's run by Republicans.

9:41 AM  

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