Tag Archive '2010 election'

Nov 09 2009

2010: Rise Of The Centrist Independents

Some good recaps out today on what happened Tuesday and what will likely happen next November. First a good recap from Stuart Rothenberg: What were some of the mistakes and mischaracterizations during the campaigns and after the voting? One of the worst, I thought, was the widespread characterization of Dede Scozzafava, the Republican nominee in […]

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Nov 04 2009

GOP Way Forward

NY-23 illustrated an interesting decision path for the GOP. There are two paths available, and the decision on which path to take is up to the far right ‘true’ conservatives who spout such bonding terms as RINO. If the far right can respectfully align with the centrists, the first path forward was illustrated in VA […]

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Oct 16 2009

President’s & Congress’ Poll Numbers Collapsing

There is a stunner of a poll out today from Fox News (story here, poll here). It shows some very bad numbers for our young President and the Democrats in Congress. Check out this data (click to enlarge): With Republicans Obama went from an approve-disapprove differential of -34% (28/62) in early June to a -71% […]

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Jul 13 2009

Coming Soon – The Battle Over The War On Terrorism

You can tell the liberal democrats are in deep trouble on the economy. Their last ditch, hail-mary move is to try and open up investigations against our own defenders during the years of the war on terror, which President Bush executed after 9-11. I plan to post on the latest Orwellian rewrite of history and […]

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May 04 2009

True Conservative Toomey Truly In Trouble

Well, this is no surprise: A Quinnipiac University poll found Specter would defeat a conservative Republican who is in the race, Pat Toomey, if the election were held today by 53 percent to 33 percent. But the picture was much closer if a popular former governor of Pennsylvania, Republican Tom Ridge, were to jump into […]

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