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Following the Election Returns [Hour by Hour Guide]
Opinion Journal ^ | November 7, 2006 | John Fund

Posted on 11/07/2006 4:41:39 AM PST by RobFromGa

This year the networks say they are guarding their exit poll results as if they were crown jewels. The results will be delivered to a "quarantine room," access to which will be granted to only two staffers from each network...

Given that the longer election night might not suit everyone's bedtime, I've prepared an hour-by-hour guide to tonight's results...

All times are Eastern. In a bow to tradition, we've listed states that went for George W. Bush two years ago in red and those that went for John Kerry in blue. The letters after state names indicate governor and senate races, with the incumbent party in the appropriate color (independents in black).

6 p.m.

Polls close in these two states at 6 p.m. local time, which means the eastern portions will end voting at 6 EST. The key races in both states will be a bevy of close House races featuring GOP incumbents.

In Indiana, three GOP House incumbents have been trailing their Democratic challengers in October polls, albeit with survey samples so small the margin of error is large. Watch Rep. Mike Sodrel in the Ninth District. If he wins, it will mean it's unlikely Republicans will face a huge Democratic wave and lose 30 seats or more. If Rep. Chris Chocola in the Second District should survive, the GOP may wind up losing 20 seats or fewer. If Rep. John Hostettler also comes home to victory in the Eighth District, there is a good chance the GOP will retain its House majority. Indiana's Senate race isn't competitive; Republican Dick Lugar will easily win a sixth term.

Kentucky has two barn burners. Republican Rep. Anne Northup has held Louisville's Third District for five terms...

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KEYWORDS: 2006; elections; midterm; vote2006
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To: TheRake
"He doesn't come off as well as she does. She's a very good debater."

She may be a good deBATer but they are more likely to see her name signed on an unemployment check, and his on a pay check!
101 posted on 11/07/2006 8:37:52 AM PST by Beagle8U (Getting the FReepers to bring down the Dixie Chix is hard work......G.W. Bush)
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To: Coop
If I lived in CT, I'd vote for Lieberman. So I guess that makes me a RINO, too.

Yep.
102 posted on 11/07/2006 8:38:21 AM PST by Man50D (Fair Tax , you earn it , you keep it!)
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To: Txsleuth
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1733973/posts A LETTER TO JOHN KERRY (from a Marine) Yesterday John Kerry said, "You know education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework, and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well, and if you don't, you get stuck in Iraq" So I wrote him a letter: I am a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. I am currently on my second tour in Iraq, a tour in which I volunteered for. I speak Arabic and Spanish and I plan to tackle Persian Farsi soon. I have a Bachelors and an Associates Degree and between deployments I am pursuing an M.B.A. In college I was a member of several academic honor societies, including the Golden Key Honor Society. I am not unique among the enlisted troops. Many of my enlisted colleagues include lawyers, teachers, mechanics, engineers, musicians and artists just to name a few. You say that your comments were directed towards the President and not us. If we were stupid Senator Kerry, we might have believed you. I am not a victim of President Bush. I proudly serve him because he is my Commander and Chief. If it was you who was President, I would serve you just as faithfully. I serve America Senator Kerry, and I am also providing a service to the good people of Iraq. I have not terrorized them in the middle of the night, raped them or murdered them as you have accused me of before. I am doing my part to help them rebuild. My role is a simple one, but important. You see Senator Kerry, like it or not, we came here and removed a tyrant (who terrorized Iraqis in the middle of the night, and raped them and murdered them). And we have a responsibility to see to it that another one doesn't take his place. The people of Iraq are recovering from an abusive relationship with a terrible government and it's going to take some time to help them recover from that. We can't treat this conflict like a microwave dinner and throw a temper tantrum because we feel like it's taking too long. Senator Kerry, you don't have to agree with this war. who choose to make sacrifices for the rights of every American rather than sit back and simply feel entitled to it. But please Senator Kerry, if you're going to call me a stupid murdering rapist, stick by what you say. Don't tell me that I misunderstood or that you would never insult a veteran because you're one too. Having been there and done that does not give you a free pass to insult me. My suggestion for you, Senator Kerry, is to remember that your speeches are recorded, and broadcast to us simpletons over here. You may want to write down what you want to say before you say it, maybe have somebody look at it before you say it and tell you what others might hear. Remember that we can't read your mind, if there are any misinterpretations in what you say, it's because you didn't communicate clearly. Good luck to you Senator Kerry, if nothing else it's always entertaining to watch you try and climb out of the holes that you constantly dig for yourself. Sincerely, Somebody who is watching his daughter grow up in photographs so that you can have the right to say whatever you want about him.
103 posted on 11/07/2006 8:38:24 AM PST by MNJohnnie (The Democrat Party: Hard on Taxpayers, Soft on Terrorism!)
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To: Man50D
Only one problem, Einstein. I'm not a Pubbie.

But keep on spewing your nonsense.

104 posted on 11/07/2006 8:41:17 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: travelagent
I voted at 7:45 am as well in Ohio in Northern Summit county......where did you vote?

My polling place was rainy and full of voters too.....just curious. I voted straight Repub.

105 posted on 11/07/2006 8:45:50 AM PST by thingumbob (Dead terrorists don't make more terrorists!)
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To: A.Hun

That does sound like a good turnout..

I will be heading out in about an hour...will let you guys know how busy here...but really, my area is one of the LEAST important and least competitive.


106 posted on 11/07/2006 8:52:02 AM PST by Txsleuth (EVERYONE VOTE---AND VOTE REPUBLICAN,...even if you have to hold your nose!)
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To: RobFromGa

Just voted and I was 430 which I think is a high number for this early in the day. A lot of people must have voted on the way to work. Had to use an ID. Will be watching the returns tonight. It was pouring down rain and people are not staying home.


107 posted on 11/07/2006 8:53:13 AM PST by MamaB (mom to an Angel)
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To: MNJohnnie

VERY GOOD letter...unfortunately, I am sure that jon carry will never read it.


108 posted on 11/07/2006 8:54:05 AM PST by Txsleuth (EVERYONE VOTE---AND VOTE REPUBLICAN,...even if you have to hold your nose!)
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To: Hones
Does anyone have a link or email that I can send to my fence sitting friends? Something of a humerous nature

A young woman was about to finish her first year of college. Like so many others her age, she considered herself to be a very liberal Democrat, and was very much in favor of the redistribution of wealth.

She was deeply ashamed that her father was a rather staunch Republican, a feeling she openly expressed. Based on the lectures that she had participated in, and the occasional chat with a professor, she felt that her father had for years harbored an evil, selfish desire to keep what he thought should be his.

One day she was challenging her father on his opposition to higher taxes on the rich and the addition of more government welfare programs. The self-professed objectivity proclaimed by her professors had to be the truth and she indicated so to her father. He responded by asking how she was doing in school.

Taken aback, she answered rather haughtily that she had a 4.0 GPA, and let him know that it was tough to maintain, insisting that she was taking a very difficult course load and was constantly studying, which left her no time to go out and party like other people she knew. She didn't even have time for a boyfriend, and didn't really have many college friends because she spent all her time studying.

Her father listened and then asked, "How is you friend Audrey doing?"

She replied, "Audrey is barely getting by. All she takes are easy classes, she never studies, and she barely has a 2.0 GPA. She is so popular on campus; college for her is a blast. She's always invited to all the parties, and lots of times she doesn't even show up for classes because she's too hung over."

Her wise father asked his daughter, "Why don't you go to the Dean's office and ask him to deduct a 1.0 off your GPA and give it to your friend who only has a 2.0. That Way you will both have a 3.0 GPA and certainly that would be a fair and equal distribution of GPA."

The daughter, visibly shocked by her father's suggestion, angrily fired back, "That wouldn't be fair! I have worked really hard for my grades! I've invested a lot of time, and a lot of hard work! Audrey has done next to nothing toward her degree. She played while I worked my tail off!"

The father slowly smiled, winked and said gently, "Welcome to the Republican party."

109 posted on 11/07/2006 8:55:42 AM PST by acw011 (50 square miles surrounded by reality - Do I really live in Madison - ugh)
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To: Coop
Only one problem, Einstein. I'm not a Pubbie.

But keep on spewing your nonsense.


The only problem is you outsmarted yourself. My reply to you was premised on post #46 that referred to Republicans. The fact that you would vote for someone who is still a registered Democrat, has publicly stated he hopes Democrats take control of Congress and will caucus with the Democrats even though you are not a Republican doesn't change the fact voting for Lieberman is a vote for his fellow Socialist Democrats to take control of Congress.
110 posted on 11/07/2006 8:55:42 AM PST by Man50D (Fair Tax , you earn it , you keep it!)
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To: RobFromGa

I just voted. I live in a heavy dem precint, mostly lower middle to middle class. Heavy turnout. Apparently dems don't melt in the rain after all. Get out and vote, folks!


111 posted on 11/07/2006 8:55:56 AM PST by Larry Lucido
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To: Man50D

No it ain't, Einstein.


112 posted on 11/07/2006 8:57:02 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: commonguymd
I am getting ready to go to my new polling place at the other church gymnasium. Yes, local church gymnasii are very common. I plugged in the Toyota since it was -10 last night and started it to be sure it would run.

This post now enters the historical record.

113 posted on 11/07/2006 8:57:16 AM PST by RightWhale (RTRA)
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To: RobFromGa

Just made several calls on GOP behalf. Real easy to do.
http://www.gop.com/default.aspx


114 posted on 11/07/2006 8:57:19 AM PST by TheRake (Taxed to death in Michigan)
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To: RobFromGa

thanks for this thread, I will be following


115 posted on 11/07/2006 8:57:26 AM PST by not-alone
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To: not-alone
This just in-------Libertarians are loosing.
116 posted on 11/07/2006 8:59:18 AM PST by bmwcyle (Only stupid people would vote for McCain, Warner, Hagle, Snowe, Graham, or any RINO)
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To: acw011

That's simply brilliant.


117 posted on 11/07/2006 9:04:00 AM PST by BelegStrongbow (www.stjosephssanford.org: Ecce Pactum, id cape aut id relinque)
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To: Coop
No it ain't, Einstein.

Very clever. It's sad to see your in such a state of denial that you can't accept the fact Lieberman wants the Democrats to take control of Congress and reply only with insults instead of facts so you keep replying with derogatory remarks if it makes you feel better.
118 posted on 11/07/2006 9:10:05 AM PST by Man50D (Fair Tax , you earn it , you keep it!)
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To: RobFromGa

bttt


119 posted on 11/07/2006 9:11:59 AM PST by Matchett-PI (To have no voice in the Party that always sides with America's enemies is a badge of honor.)
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To: thingumbob

Toledo...Of course....


120 posted on 11/07/2006 9:14:04 AM PST by travelagent (Ohio)
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To: TomGuy

>>Dems may try this technique in future elections -- run a Dem and run an Independent (Dem in disguise) -- and hope either get elected.

In Kansas, the Democrats are recruiting disgruntled "moderate" Republicans to switch parties to run against the social conservatives. They got Nancy Boyda and Paul Morrison to switch parties to run against Congressman Jim Ryun and AG Phill Kline, respectively. Pray that these slimy opportunists don't win and that the good people of Kansas will see through the charade and realize that these people aren't moderates, they're liberals and will act as such when elected.


121 posted on 11/07/2006 9:20:15 AM PST by CommerceComet
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To: RobFromGa

BTTT


122 posted on 11/07/2006 9:33:51 AM PST by hattend (Carpe Macaca)
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To: RobFromGa

Dont know how many others are like me, but I am not going to watch the exit poll reporting tonight, in fact, I am not going to watch any of this at all. I'm simply going to login to FreeRepublic tomorrow morning, and read the results.


123 posted on 11/07/2006 9:33:55 AM PST by Paradox (American Conservatives: Keeping the world safe for Liberalism.)
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To: RobFromGa

Will Murtha lose out to Irey????


124 posted on 11/07/2006 9:37:12 AM PST by drellberg
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To: RobFromGa

Thanks for the ping!


125 posted on 11/07/2006 9:56:19 AM PST by Alamo-Girl
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To: RobFromGa

Bump.


126 posted on 11/07/2006 9:59:46 AM PST by Interesting Times (ABCNNBCBS -- yesterday's news.)
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To: Paradox
First let me say I don't think I have your willpower...re the waiting till the morn.

Before I turn in for a nap after a busy morning, I'll share a unique little election story with yon Freepers.

It's happening in Delaware. Two great races going on in Delaware yet you don't hear much what with all the tight races and such.

the first interesting race is for Attorney General of all things. Ferris Wharton, the prosecutor in charge of the trial of famed murderer Thomas Capano, versus Beau Biden, son of Joe. The conservatives in this state are doing everything to block Beau as he is, heh, the son of Joe.

The more intriguing story is the candidacy of one Christine O'Donnell. Never heard of Christine O'Donnell? Perhaps tonight you will. So I'll give you Freepers a heads up lest you be out of the know.

Christine O'Donnell fought to be nominated for Delaware's GOP candidate to run against Tom Carper, the Democratic incumbent Senator. Christine O'Donnell is a devout Christian and openly espouses bringing back Christian principles to our nation.

She was considered anathema to Delaware's Republican party, most of them RINO's at any rate in this blue state.

A whole bunch of people were angered by Christine's dismissal by the pubbies and a groundswell formed to elect Christine as a write-in for Delaware's Senator.

The GOP here did nominate an affable but lackluster fellow called Jan Ting. Ting could be a robot and when confronted with anything outside of his talking points he waffled. If there's nothing worse than a Democratic talking head it has to be a Republican talking head.

Well I was gonna vote for Ting anyway because never a Democrat, not ever. Then I got swept up into the campaign of Christine O'Donnell.

Christine got an hour time on the local talk station, listened to by everybody in Sussex county, Delaware. I listened to her and ...why I loved the woman!

All of a sudden big billboards started popping up all up and down Delaware's highways and byways and lawn signs started sprouting up with pleas to write in Christine O'Donnell for Delaware Senator.

I got myself so enamored of the concept I even went to one of her campaign stops. Below is the link to my story and there's a pic of me actually posing with Christine. Scroll way down towards the bottom of the post. Or read the rest of the post, I don't mind.

Christine O'Donnell HERE

When I went to vote today everyone was having problems handling a write-in vote. Well I wonder why this is?

Heck, I couldn't even get mine to work right. Every poll worker had instructions on how to handle write-in votes and big signs were displayed prominantly on the walls. Think they were expecting some write-in votes, just a hunch?

Now a little about Sussex county Delaware. It is, I say proudly, the most wonderful little enclave of conservatism now growing geometrically for its space and nearby beaches. The populace increases from the movement of middle-aged, moderate couples desperate to escape nearby liberal hells of Merryland, New Jersey, and PA.

Christine O'Donnell is one very popular candidate here in Sussex county and I think it's entirely possible she may carry at least this county as a write-in for Senator. Sussex county is not only one the largest county in Delaware, it is one of the largest counties in America.

She'll never make it in Delaware's other two counties, heh, one of which includes mighty Wilmington and its just as mighty dead vote.

Just in case, sometime tonight, there's the big surprise that a senatorial candidate elected by write-in vote, remember you read it here first. Christine regularly has commercials instructing on how to write-in and she's become the darling of Sussex county. And she really is a nice, very nice young lady, I was impressed by her. Imagine running for Senator as a write-in...takes some courage.

127 posted on 11/07/2006 10:00:31 AM PST by Fishtalk (http://patfish.blogspot.com)
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To: Coop
I'm with you. A vote against Lieberman is a vote FOR that idiot Lamont.

I can't believe anybody is still pounding the drum for the hapless Republican in that race.
128 posted on 11/07/2006 10:01:45 AM PST by A Balrog of Morgoth (With fire, sword, and stinging whip I drive the RINOs in terror before me.)
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To: RobFromGa
Thanks for the ping
bbl
129 posted on 11/07/2006 10:07:08 AM PST by firewalk
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To: hattend

FM


130 posted on 11/07/2006 10:14:24 AM PST by restornu (I teach them correct principals and let them govern themselves ~ Joseph Smith)
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To: RobFromGa

Frist predicts Republican sweep

http://www.tennessean.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061107/NEWS0206/61107024/0/NEWS0206

Tuesday, 11/07/06


131 posted on 11/07/2006 10:15:48 AM PST by IrishMike (Democrats .... Stuck on Stupid, RINO's ...the most vicious judas goats)
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To: Paradox

I am with you. I have school tonight and when I get home I'm going straight to bed. I'm not going to stay up all night riding that emotional rollercoaster again.


132 posted on 11/07/2006 10:16:43 AM PST by Trust but Verify
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To: RobFromGa

We're in Upstate NY, so it doesn't make that much difference because of NYC, but our conservative/conservative area has already gotten a record turn out. I'm impressed. We live in a great area.


133 posted on 11/07/2006 10:18:51 AM PST by concerned about politics ("Get thee behind me, Liberal.")
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To: RobFromGa

Good idea. Thanks.


134 posted on 11/07/2006 10:26:46 AM PST by doesnt suffer fools gladly (I wouldn't vote for a RAT if my life depended on it. Actually, my life does depend on it.)
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To: Coop
No it ain't, Einstein.

Everybody in the third grade calls people with whom they disagree "Einstein."

Why do you keep doing it?
135 posted on 11/07/2006 10:28:27 AM PST by msnimje (You simply cannot be Christian and Pro-Abortion.)
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To: concerned about politics
Where in Upstate? Reporting from NYC's Upper East Side, I voted at 6 a.m. in a public school down the street, there was a small crowd. I was awake at 4:30, so excited hearing Rush's "we meet at dawn" in my head. Sporting my "W the President" cap, it was such a thrill to vote straight "R" and not even glance at the Dem names.
136 posted on 11/07/2006 10:39:45 AM PST by Miss Didi
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To: drellberg
If Americans are smart Murtha will lose- can't beleive peopel would even concider voting for that anti-soldier advocate-

Christian news and commentary at: sacredscoop.com ...

137 posted on 11/07/2006 10:44:12 AM PST by CottShop (http://sacredscoop.com)
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To: RobFromGa

Just came back from voting here in New York, although I don`t know how much good it`s going to do being that the idiots here worship Hillary like the second coming of Christ (or more likely Allah)...Anyone getting any vibes here yet on the ultimate outcome, if terror is getting a foothold or Repubs are going be able to continue to hold it back?


138 posted on 11/07/2006 10:55:09 AM PST by Screamname (I`m Screamname and I approve this message.)
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To: A Balrog of Morgoth

It's going to feel strange to vote for Al Gore's former running mate, but he seems to be the choice among Republicans in CT this year. As you say, the vote is not really for Lieberman, it's against Lamont. The Republican hasn't got a chance, whatever his name is.


139 posted on 11/07/2006 10:58:35 AM PST by octologist
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To: RobFromGa

I'm with you Rob. Good Calls. I'm praying for God's help in PA.


140 posted on 11/07/2006 10:58:44 AM PST by HonestConservative ((Meet me in the smoky back room with 2 Schaefers, bucket of ice and cheeseypoofs))
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To: msnimje
Don't ask me, Goober. Ask Einstein, who started out calling people RINOs.

Here's a new word for you: HYPOCRITE.

141 posted on 11/07/2006 11:01:26 AM PST by Coop (FR = a lotta talk, but little action)
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To: twigs
but other than that, he's very, very liberal.

I know Lieberman's a liberal, but didn't he used to hold a few conservative positions before he joined Gore on the ticket? He was pro-school vouchers, I'm pretty sure, and I think there were two or three other things -- maybe parental notification even if he is overall pro-abort.

142 posted on 11/07/2006 11:03:21 AM PST by maryz
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To: All

Bookmarking. Is this THE big thread?


143 posted on 11/07/2006 11:04:46 AM PST by riri
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To: All

just posted on the dark side

GOP Turnout Very High in my Precinct
Okay, I'm paranoid. Turnout in my profoundly republican precinct was 31% at noon -- I'm told that's high. I live in the Baltimore suburbs...

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=157x4447


144 posted on 11/07/2006 11:05:53 AM PST by janetjanet998
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To: edpc
If hold the House and Senate by narrow margins, are there any potential "Jeffords" out there?

If we hold the House and Senate by narrow margins, we have totally discredited these phony polling companies. I can't wait.

145 posted on 11/07/2006 11:06:14 AM PST by Conservativegreatgrandma
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To: Coop
Don't ask me, Goober. Ask Einstein, who started out calling people RINOs. Here's a new word for you: HYPOCRITE.

I guess I was wrong, you are not mature enough to be in the third grade.
146 posted on 11/07/2006 11:06:44 AM PST by msnimje (You simply cannot be Christian and Pro-Abortion.)
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To: janetjanet998

haha. Good work...


147 posted on 11/07/2006 11:07:22 AM PST by riri
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To: maryz

You know, I just don't remember. You could be right. I've come to respect Lieberman, but I don't think he would be comfortable in the Republican party and vice versa.


148 posted on 11/07/2006 11:08:09 AM PST by twigs
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To: RobFromGa

149 posted on 11/07/2006 11:08:48 AM PST by sonsofliberty2000
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To: DJnVa
Larger than normal turnout in Dem districts in MD

Couldn't this be good for Steele (I'm assuming black precincts are Dem, but he's sure to get a higher percentage of the black vote than usual for Republicans)?

150 posted on 11/07/2006 11:08:49 AM PST by maryz
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