Skip to comments.Senate Democrats are in big trouble in 2014
Posted on 02/23/2014 8:36:59 AM PST by Libloather
Midterm elections are often a reflection of the approval rating of the incumbent president and now President Obama stands at 42.8%. And elections in the 6th year of a Presidents term are usually not good for the incumbents party. To make things even worse for Democrats, the issues of a weak economy and Obamacare make November look bleak for Harry Reid and his Senate Democratic cohorts.
◾Alaska, Mark Begich
◾Arkansas, Mark Pryor
◾Louisiana, Mary Landrieu
◾Michigan, Open Seat (liberal Democrat Carl Levin retiring)
◾Montana, John Walsh
◾North Carolina, Kay Hagan
◾South Dakota, being vacated by retiring Democrat Tim Johnson
◾West Virginia, being vacated by retiring Democrat Jay Rockefeller
◾Colorado, Mark Udall
◾Iowa, being vacated by Democrat Tom Harkin
◾New Hampshire, Jeanne Shaheen
◾Virginia, Mark Warner
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Proposed Constitutional Amendment:
They, the EXEMPT, and their EXEMPT portfolios,
should be held accountable for the pain and suffering
they administer through “laws” which do not hold
for them (and Moslems, of course).
The more RATs and RINOs that can be taken down this November, the better.
Both Houses of Congress need an industrial strength enema to flush out as many turds as possible.
What reason have the Republicans in either the House or the Senate given people to support them?
We’ll just go to Hell more slowly with GOP-e majorities?
Well, so are senate republicans, think “endangered RINOs”...
I wish it were true. Not that it would be a huge improvement, but it would help.
November 2012 taught me not to underestimate the stupidity of the American electorate.
“Making Dingy a back-bencher.”
I would prefer to see this little reprobate become an inmate assigned to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Messrs Pearson and Smith left one off the list:
◾South Carolina, linda graham, “Republican by day, Democrat by night.”
His wiki bio implies that Harry has never held a private sector job in his adult life.
My guess is he’s one of those who goes from the Capitol bldg to the mortuary about 20 yrs from now.
Ha! Community Organizers everywhere will be on their government supplied phones making sure Senate Democrats have plenty of support...
If our prayers are answered and the Dems lose the Senate,Harry Reid may retire. He is a power junkie and couldn’t stand to be irrelevant. And besides, he has more money from his shady land deals than he has years left to spend it.
I’m wondering just how the Republicans will pull off a game plan that will not only destroy their advantage but also cost them more seats. I know they have it in them.
I heard a radio news report earlier this week that Rep. Tom Cotton (R) is even with Sen. Mark Pryor. The survey, however, showed 15% undecided, so there is still room for surprises.
The last time Pryor ran for reelection, the state had 3 Dem and 1 Pubbie House Representatives and another Dem Senator.
This time, the state has 4 Pubbie House Representatives and the other Senator is also a Republican.
The people are losers as well because though you may get some Republicans in there, you will not get many elected yet who have a pair and will stand up for common sense government.
Well, that's a start. What would you propose, go to hell more quickly?
I wouldn’t count on South Dakota to help make dirty harry a back bencher
Larry pressler is running as a independent.
I hope that we can take back the seat stolen from us by Davison and Shannon counties.
hopefully the outrage over the Dems bs will overcome the money the Tides foundation is sure to pour into this election
Your pessimism is well founded.
Even a GOP “win” would be an imaginary victory.
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