Skip to comments.Poll: In House race, Rob Steele leads John Dingell by 4 points
Posted on 10/08/2010 5:08:28 AM PDT by paudio
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In House race, Rob Steele leads John Dingell by 4 points
Oh, this would be too good if John Dingell went down. Between he and his Dad, they represented that district for something like 75 years. I think 75 years is enough for one family....
I guess it’s taking ol’ John even longer than he thought to control the people.
Dingell needs to get his bell rung.
But what about Dingell-Norwood?
Many would consider a loss by Dingell,berry good news.
Oops. Sorry for the “typo”...
It’s a berry berry good news, indeed! :-)
Nice Algore reference. That was a hilarious debate.
WORTH REPEATING to anyone who has ever listened to this arrogant, condescending POS politician.
78 years. Plus, the district that dad was first elected to was within the city of Detroit, and Jr. has had to move westward just to stay in Congress.
Dingell complains that this latest poll is a Republican tool....
But the Detroit News provides an “objective view”?????
Dingell trailing ?
Well played, my friend, well played. :)
All 3 of those debates were classics. Gore acted completely different in each
LOL, remember when Algore went up to W while he was answering a question and got in W’s space, W looked Algore up and down and then looked back at the camera and finished his answer! Classic W smirk!
JOHN DINGELL: "I goofed."
MICHIGAN VOTERS: "Bye, bye."
IT'S TIME TO RETIRE JOHN DINGELL, SEND HIM HOME FOR A NICE LONG REST.
The Dingell family has held the Congressional seat in southeastern Michigan for nearly eight decades. Rep. John Dingell, now the longest-serving member of Congress, inherited the seat in 1955 when his father died after 23 years in office. The seat has been a family preserve since the dawn of the New Deal.
That's appropriate given that Mr. Dingell has been a cheerleader for big-spending programs and universal health care throughout his career. But even in a district that includes the liberal bastion of Ann Arbor, home to the University of Michigan, this may not be the best year for an 84-year-old incumbent to be running on a pro-Big Government record.
Mr. Dingell's Republican opponent is Ann Arbor cardiologist Rob Steele, who says he decided to run after Mr. Dingell helped ram through "insane spending" programs that passed with many House members not even reading the bills. A poll commissioned by Mr. Steele shows Mr. Dingell potentially vulnerable. A more recent poll by the Detroit News shows Mr. Dingell with a healthy lead, but many voters remain undecided.
LET'S HELP THEM DECIDE.
IT'S NOT THE DINGELL SEAT, IT BELONGS TO THE PEOPLE OF MICHIGAN.
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