Oct 16 2006

Reps Have Funds, Plus More, To Win

Published by at 11:38 pm under 2006 Elections,All General Discussions

Further signs the liberals may be in for let down this election is that their message is not generating donations. The flow of money is always the best indicator of what ideas are succeeding. And in this election Reps hold the edge in attracting investments in our nation’s future. Given the GOP edge in Get Out The Vote (GOTV) mechanics, the liberals may find themselves wondering, once again, why America dissed them at the polls.

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5 Responses to “Reps Have Funds, Plus More, To Win”

  1. Terrye says:


    Sometimes being too confident can hurt too. I think that the Democrats need to remember that. I am pretty sure the Republicans have gotten the idea but the Democrats and even some right wing pundits out there are treating the election like a detail, a forgone conclusion. Maybe it is and maybe it isn’t, but every now and then conventional wisdom gets turned on its head.

    When Truman ran against Dewey there was not one major political analyst or poll in the country saying he could win. Not one. But he refused to give up and he won that election.

  2. Retired Spook says:

    I realize annecdotal evidence is worth about as much as a bucket of warm spit, but the annecdotal evidence I’m seeing and hearing is that disgruntled Republicans are no longer talking about teaching their guys a lesson — certainly not in the numbers you saw back in mid-summer. Letting this current crop of Democrats return to power would be like swapping your car that’s having mechanical problems for one that doesn’t run at all.

    The one demographic that keeps me optimistic is that roughly 60 % of people nationwide express satisfaction with their own representatives. That bodes well for the current majority.

    What’s being displayed by Conservatives on this blog and others is one of the main things that separates us from the Left: OPTIMISM. Even if we lose this time around, the glass is still half full. If we survived 4 years of Jimmah Carter and 8 years of BJ Clinton, we can survive anything. Sure would like to see at least one more Conservative on the Supreme Court, though.

  3. ivehadit says:

    RS, I agree except for the Court: It WILL become a liberal court because of the justices that will retire during the next four years+ if the dems takeover.

    Leahy, LEAHY of all people, will become head of the judicial committe! This is just totally unacceptable.

    I do not believe we can survive a dnc talke0ver….the clintons/soros are deeply entrenched and it is time to rid our country of them…otherwise they will have completed their full “silent” coup. NOW is the time…or it’s never.

    This is so serious…


    The Democrats have NO NEW STRATEGY, when they are forced to state an idea, it is always an old one, inevitably, one that has failed in the past. They have NO NEW IDEAS….

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