Skip to comments.It's Not Will The Dems Lose But How Badly
Posted on 08/26/2010 1:26:54 PM PDT by CaroleL
Perennial swing state Pennsylvania is swinging far to the right this election cycle according to a brand new poll. GOP candidates for Governor and US Senate have healthy leads over their Democratic opponents and an overwhelming majority of Pennsylvanians believe their state (currently under Democratic rule) is on the wrong track.
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I’m still having doubts that the GOP will take the House or Senate. I’m very sure the Dems will suffer major losses but I’m too much the political pessimist do more than hope, pray and help get out the vote.
Some of the recommendations I received from TEA party groups were not who was elected i.e. they wanted McC for Gov. and Lowry for D-20 (wasserman blech).
Alex Sink (D-FL) is going to drag Rick Scott (R-FL) through hot coals in October.
How the h311 did we get to this, a man spends 40 million for a job that pays 200k. I’m bewildered and losing hope for America’s future.
I don’t know about you, but all this happy talk of republicans KILLING dems in November makes me nervous as hell. I still remember when the Colts were supposed to crush the damned Jets, don’t you??!!
I hope the Democrats go the way of the Whigs. My 2016 the three parties will be the Conservatives, the Centrists (consisting of RINOs and Libermaniacs), and the Far-Left Loons.
Go look at the charts over at Real Clear Politics, it's going to be a bloodbath for the democrats.
Now the Senate is another story, it's possible we can take it too, but my guess at this point is we fall just short, but things are looking better by the day for our side and we just could retake the Senate too.
The American People are angry, and Nov. it will be time to express that anger.
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