Skip to comments.New Arkansas poll shows Democrat Sen. Mark Pryor already trailing Tom Cotton
Posted on 08/06/2013 8:34:18 AM PDT by The Old Hoosier
When U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton, R (at right) announces his candidacy for Senate at a barbecue this evening, he will be doing so as an early frontrunner in a 2014 race that could ultimately determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.
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Advice to Cotton:
When the MSM asks you about rape, your response is:
“Do you still beat your wife?”
I’m just saying.. I think he’ll do OK. But after he gets elected (and he will be elected) don’t be surprised if there’s a few big issues he screws us on.
Hopefully he doesn’t turn into a Lindsay Graham.
Will someone please tell us all WTF is wrong with women! They are screwing up everything with their Liberal voting. Every group is voting against Pryor except women! The only thing I can see is that they’ve switched from men to the government for their “security.” Maybe the problem is men.
I’ll tell you what it is.
Especially in the more liberal areas.. lots of women.. even proclaimed “Christian” women have 2 issues which keep them voting for Dems.
Gays and Abortions. Lots of women have “gay” friends. And so suddenly that becomes their number one issue. Screw everything else.
Nancy Mace was on Beck today, she did well, and they are a tough crowd, but I think she is a bit green, and that is one reason they were tough on her.
We have so many more races, Cheney for one, Michigan? who knows, maybe Doc' Steele who ran against Dingell in 2010' will throw his hat in.
It is so early, stay tuned....
And that doesn't even cover if a certain Palin runs in AK, and I mean Todd, not Sarah :-)...
“...Im just saying.. ..”
I’m just answering!! Hahah!
“...dont be surprised if theres a few big issues he screws us on...”
You know, nothing this class of political parasites does surprises me anymore, friend. Not a damn thing... it seems that they will do whatever benefits them personally first, the Party second, and the people a far distant third.
This is shaping up to be a loss for an incumbent democrat.
In 2012 we were wrong when we thought the election would look like 2010 rather than 2008. Mitch McConnell has been conducting himself as though he thinks the 2014 election will look like 2008.
It is not smart to get your dates wrong.
Glenn has been asking each candidate “how’s your soul” to see what their response is
Good, but can’t we take some pro-Obama states in the Senate?
You’re not breaking it to me. I already knew about the article and Cottons Rinosh article.
However.. I am hopeful hell be better
Cotton for Senate in 2014. Cotton for President in 2016. Watch..it’s gonna happen.
I agree with you, 100%!!!!
Those Cotton pickin’ Republicans!
Maybe Linda will stay in Egypt with Leslie McQueen.
Could it be that Arkansaw voting machines are fixed???..
You know.... like everywhere else?..
The democrats will adjust and not allow the voting machines to make such obvious errors as they did on Nov 6th 2012.. Really.. 150% turnout in some places is almost laughable.. and 110% and even 100% in other places..
No doubt adjustments HAVE BEEN MADE... Cotton will lose leaving conservatives scratching their heads once more.. AND since they did NOTHING about Nov 6th 2012 they will do NOTHING about it/this..
And democrats KNOW THIS... thats why? it works..
Being a conservative has become BIG TALK little action..
The rampant apathy is... welll....... RAMPANT...
**(not among democrats though)..
Nananana nananana hey hey.....I don’t think Pryor will get annihilated like Blanche Lincoln but we oughta win this one.
More Senate news, not good. Another unqualified legacy candidate, Sam Nunn’s Jar Jar Binks looking community organizer daughter Michelle is polling well in Georgia, tied in the polls with GOP Congressmen Phil Gingrey and Jack Kingston and strongly leading Paultard Congressman Paul Broun. Broun must not be nominated.
Just imagine how much better it would be if you had to be castrated before being allowed to hold political office? ;) No Pryor Jr. no Casey Jr. no GW and Jeb Bush (or George Sr. for that matter) no JFK/RFK/EMK.
More Senate news, good. Denise Juneau, a statewide office holder (NotsoSuperintendent of doing the Teacher’s union’s bidding), will not seek the rat Senate nod in Montana.
Arkansaw (sic) voter turnout in 2012 was between 60% and 70% statewide. No precincts reported 100%+ numbers.
Cotton may lose, but it’s very doubtful that it will be due to fraud. Most of the technically-skilled folks in Arkansas are not Democrats.
We do have to factor in the idiot vote though.
Arkansas suffers from several layers of stupid when voting is the topic:
1.) Those who will never vote for a Republican because of Reconstruction.
2.) The “Gimme free stuff” contingent localized in the larger cities.
3.) No-Information voters: Only watch MSM for their news.
I personally know representatives of all three of these groups.