Nov 10 2006

Looking to 2008

Published by at 9:28 am under All General Discussions

Here is an interesting Straw Poll. What I find interesting is a lot of well known names are being rejected. I think it is safe to say the Reps need some new blood.

Note: If this poll continues to show loading problems I may send folks over to Ed Morrissey’s site (where I found it!).

OK folks, head to Morrissey’s to take the poll. The script is not playing nice with my site.

8 responses so far

8 Responses to “Looking to 2008”

  1. kittymyers says:

    Only part of Morrissey’s site will load, and the link to the poll doesn’t load at all.

  2. For Enforcement says:

    I had same prob

  3. Carol J says:

    Here another thing to add to 2008:

    Murtha: The President has no power.

    What did we ever do to deserve this? The Marines must be ashamed to call this POS one of their own.


  4. For Enforcement says:

    The Marines probably don’t. I know I was in the Navy and I was always embarrassed by the fact Jimmy Carter had been also. He is a different kind of patriot than I am.

  5. Carol J says:

    Tomorrow is Veterans Day, folks. Honor a vet, decorate a grave, visit a vet in the hospital, or the nursing home. Honor those who gave their all so that we can continue to be free.

    Carol Johnson

  6. kathie says:

    So much is going to happen before the next election what we think now will not matter. We may need to elect a GENERAL.

  7. crosspatch says:

    The poll finally took the results for me, I had to try a few times, though.

    Rudy was leading everyone. McCain was in the noise. Most respondants were claiming to be 7,8,9 on the conservative scale.

  8. Steve_LA says:


    Thanks for posting this. I sent it on to my Republican congressman who got overwhelmingly reelected, actually his staff who I am email contact with. I got a promise from the field rep to read and forward on to my Congressman who is set to be on the next Congress Defense committee.

    I encourage everyone to send a link to the article to every surviving Republican Congress Critter. They need to start becoming partners with the President in the conduct of the war in Iraq, not rubber stamps.