Skip to comments.Could Akin win? (video)
Posted on 09/27/2012 12:57:30 PM PDT by Olog-hai
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Yes if the conservatives would shut the heck up and support the guy.
I hope so.
Of course he could, and he has a lot better chance now that DeMint’s PAC will be kicking in some bucks.
Angrier Mitchell will be very upset if Akin has...well, an upset!
It is official. Jim Demint’s PAC is giving Akin money. He will need a lot more to beat the leftwing Scare McCackles...but more money is beginning to flow into Akin’s campaign. The woman has a huge war chest from the libtards.
ES..will you send this to the MO list?
Romney is going to win Missouri. I don’t foresee many people who vote for Romney voting for LearJet McCaskill.
"Emily's List, which backs Democratic women who support abortion rights, and the Service Employees International Union issued a joint statement Thursday saying they had bought $1 million in ads in support of McCaskill to run in the state's largest TV markets of St. Louis, Kansas City and Springfield.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, which already has spent about $1 million on TV ads in Missouri, has reserved $4.3 million of additional advertising to begin running Oct. 9.
It is official. Jim Demints PAC is giving Akin money.
That’s fabulous. Go Todd!
As for Sen Patty...sigh....she’s my Senator. I do not take responsibility for her. It’s not my fault. Really not my fault.
Claire is toast.
Amen, the Republicans allowed for the Dems and the media to tar and feather Akin, the Republicans too often fall victim to the media’s spin and allow them to run their show. I wish Ronald Reagan were around to put them in their place!
I feel your pain...believe me.
Yes he can.
the Missouri polls are strange to all of us outside Missouri
Romney seems to have a big lead over Obama; the Democrat’s candidate for Govenor has a good lead over his opponent; voting for GOP for the U.S. House looks like a good lead over the Dims; and McCaskill is (so far) leading Akin.
Either “mixed signals” or “all politics is local”.