Go, Pete, go !!! Bu-bye, Frost !
Sessions, Frost ready to rumble -
the "No. 1" race in the nation (Texas) Excerpt:
"He'll be selling his can of goods as a liberal," Mr. Sessions said. "I have a large base here, I believe. I'm confident."
Voters in this district "aren't ideologues. They aren't to the extreme right," Mr. Frost said. They care about improving education, bolstering their public transportation network and ensuring the nation's military is strong, he said.
On these key points, Mr. Frost says he trumps Mr. Sessions. ' record.
Nonsense, said Mr. Barton, who said Mr. Frost's decision to run at all is foolhardy.
"Smart politicians reputed to be intelligent and Mr. Frost is very intelligent don't usually do stupid things," said Mr. Barton. "There is no reasonable set of circumstances where he beats Pete. It would take an absolutely cataclysmic political upheaval."
What Mr. Sessions possesses that Mr. Frost doesn't is a positive image in the 32nd District, Mr. Barton said. Too many voters in the district won't vote for a candidate who supports abortion rights, and civil unions among for gays and has a more liberal fiscal philosophy than Mr. Sessions, regardless of his stances on education, transportation and the military, Mr. Barton said.
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Martin Frost has no chance to survive, make your time.
The ppular buzz these days is that she "has" $5 million fr her re-election campaign. My fondest hope is that whichever Republican candidate has the best chance to defeat her can accumulate twice that amount, minimum. It should be no contest, but she has somehow managed to be the stealth socialist behind the scenes way too many years now.