Skip to comments.Poll shows Brown/Coakley race tightening
Posted on 01/05/2010 5:52:54 AM PST by GQuagmire
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You are right!!! Turnout in a low turnout special election means everything. Scott Brown can win this election if you good folks in MA turn out in huge numbers and support Scott Brown with your vote, checkbook and cash donations. We out-staters will do our part also!!! Go Scott Brown!!! The Lord has chosen you to be a leader back to freedom, individual opportunity and a future America that will benefit all citizens and our children to come!!!
Your last statement is absolutely spot on!!!
Call the RNC, they should on this election like white on rice. I am so disgusted with them right now. btw, I sent Brown a donation.
Someday the wealth will dry up or move out and the electorate will be up the creek.
I have the same faith in the CT electorate. The AARP is running ads for Dodd here and the numbskull elderly will fall for it once again.
No place is safe in this country anymore from these thieves. Unless we are willing to literally stand in front of them to stop them it will not change.
Perhaps, just perhaps, if Barbra Streisand gives a free, all-day concert in Provincetown, while at the same time they hold a Che Guevara Appreciation Day with free vegan food on Election Day, and a blizzard hits, then Brown might win.
We need to chase the damned libertarian from the race... the RATS are obviously frightful, because they are bankrolling this guy.
If Romney wants this to be the miracle that he is peddling, then let his PAC throw some significant money to Brown — Romney should put his money where his mouth is.
The NRSC should go in via television in the final week if the race looks like a decent shot - with health care being the key issue. Vote for Brown to stop the health care monstrosity. Target seniors.
Let’s not wait until his “money bomb” a week from now. Remember how the libs did it with EMILY’s list:
What Brown has NOW, he can spend NOW.
Now according to their own theory, if you say nice things to them and about them they will be your friends. Now be nice to them and expect to win the election.
Besides, even if the RNC and the NRSC go in and lose, what is the downside, particularly if they make the race close?
RATS in more conservative states will be frightened, and if Coakley wins handily, we are just as likely to get this health care monstrosity anyway.
There are other RATS in MA that won’t want Coakley to win, b/c they’d like a shot at the Senate seat when incumbent Brown would have to face the voters in 2012 with Obama at the top of the ticket.
I see little, if any, downside to investing in this race.
I’m not dissuaded by 50-41. This is one sample, and by all accounts it’s trending toward Brown, meaning that it will tighten. The debate is still in front of us, and Brown just might clobber her. Turnout will be low. She’s only polling at 50%, which is ominous. More crapola is hitting the fan every day — Detroit bomber, Newark lockdown, ... Etc.
This is a longshot, and I would obviously be happier if the spread were narrower. But I await more polls, and more events. I still put Brown’s odds as very good, perhaps even 50%.
Oh is that the way it works? The liberals will win by 15 points and they can have their May Day in January. Now I get why Yankee fans hate the Sox so much. The US has about 40 states with a majority of grown ups, the other 10 like Mass, RI, Ca, Oregon are populated by addled mental defectives. I am starting the think the South should have won the war, in fact conquered the North, we would be better off today. The slavery thing would have taken care of itself due to simple economics.
>> Turnout in a low turnout special election means everything <<
Pray for a record-setting blizzard on January 18-19 in Boston, Newton and Cambridge — with only light flurries in the far suburbs, small towns and rural areas!
“The Private Sector is outnumbered here in MA. It seems that everyone has a hack job, is an SEIU member, or on Welfare.”
That is the reality in heavily blue states where government is the primary employer and provider.
>> Someday the wealth will dry up or move out <<
A lot of of the wealth already has left.
Why do you think Vermont has become so ultra-left in recent years? A big part of the reason is that great numbers of socialist-leaning “trust fund babies” have moved from the Peoples Republic of Massachusetts to the Green Mountain State in order to have lower taxes.
(Vermont has no state tax on income from trusts.)
I love it!!!!!! Never give up, never give in. :-)
Brown is doing very well on the radio debate, imo. Coakley sounds like an uptight “Ms.”
I agree that the negativity on FR is astounding. Where is the American spirit?
I think this can happen... I sent $300 to Brown. If anyone can pull this off, I believe he can. His wife (I think) is a popular newscaster and well-liked. His favorables are better than Coakley and the trend is his friend.
We just can NOT give up (even tho the GOP has). I predict a 1 - 2 pt win for Brown. It will be an historical stunner and oh, the irony.
You're just starting? You must have gone to school in the north and thought the war was about freeing the slaves.
They thought it couldn’t happen in the New Jersey governor’s race, too. But it did.
Coakley is a POS! Massachusetts is a liberal POS!
Even if what you say is true, I agree with AU72 in #12 above...we need to fight each election tooth and nail to the very end..