Skip to comments.Sens. Dodd, Dorgan won't seek re-election
Posted on 01/06/2010 10:48:23 AM PST by Justaham
WASHINGTON - With the 2010 election year barely under way, two senators and one governor all Democrats ditched plans to run for re-election in the latest signs of trouble for President Barack Obama's party.
Taken together, the decisions by Sens. Chris Dodd of Connecticut and Byron Dorgan of North Dakota as well as Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter caused another bout of heartburn for Democrats as they struggle to defend themselves in a sour political environment for incumbents, particularly the party in charge.
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On the surface, Dodd not running sounds like good news but he was beatable. In the Blue state of CT, they’ll now have another Dem running who may not be so easy to beat. Am I wrong here?
“Breaking News” again?
Never underestimate blinkard pig ignorance.
COCKROACHES ARE SCURRING TO KEEP FROM BEING STEPPED ON.
Crimes have already been completed so now they’re looking to hide..
In an unexpected move Senator Christopher Dodd, D-Countrywide, and Senator Byron Dorgan, D-North Duh!!kota, have both filed petitions to change their names.
Dodd's petition asks to be allowed to legally change his name to "Chrissy" Theodore Dudd and to trademark the name "Chrissy The. Dudd".
Dorgan's petition requests he be allowed to change his name to Ron Dorkin'.
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