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    Just for you Chance. Seems like your buddies are dropping like flies. I do however want to congratulate McCain on once again scoring about 75% of the vote against Paul and Huckster.

    R+10 District Goes Blue: “It’s Like a Democrat Losing in Brooklyn”
    By: SilentPatriot @ 8:30 PM - PDT
    Absolute shocker tonight as the special election in MS-01, one of the reddest districts on the map, has been won by Democrat Travis Childers. Russert, Matthews, Olbermann, and even Huckabee all agree: this is very, very bad news for the GOP.
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    Both Darth Cheney (Russert’s words) and Mike Huckabee campaigned for Childers’ opponent. Maybe it’s not a good idea to have the least popular guy in America promoting you. Just a thought.
    The Democrats are now 3-for-3 in these red district special elections: Along with Childers’ win tonight, Bill Foster took Denny Hastert’s old IL seat, and Dan Cazayoux took the solidly red 6th district in LA.
    Another bit of good news come out of Nebraska tonight, where true Democrat Scott Kleeb beat out fake Democrat Tony Raimondo by a wide margin for the right to take a run at Chuck Hagel’s open seat. Congrats, Scott.

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    Good news, good news! It's all about majority and power.

    Next up? The Presidency.
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    Yes it is! The repubs can scream all their hate towards the libs and the Dems but no one is listening. This country is basically sick of them.

    They like to argue that Bush isn't on the ballot this year. Right.

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    Are you an Idiot or just filled with so much Hate that you can't see what is right in front of you.

    The country is sick of the current administration. Yes, and it is hurting the republicans in Congress. If the current Democratic Congress continues to act the way they do it will just be a matter of time before they are out. I believe they have an historically low approval rating as well.

    You are always saying the 28%. Which is of course the approval rating of Bush. I have said it once and I will say it again. ALL REPUBLICANS ARE NOT FANS OF BUSH!!

    Here is another fact for you..shhh it's a secret "Bush is not running".

    From what I have observed it is the Democrats that are slinging mud right now and not the Republicans.

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    Bill Clinton also hasn't run since 1996. Yet, not a day goes by when he isn't mentioned.

    What is all of this mud slinging that democrats are doing right now? What have they been saying?

    By contrast, no mud has been thrown at Obama as of late?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ban basketball View Post
    By contrast, no mud has been thrown at Obama as of late?
    As in "no mud in the last 48 hours"? Shhh! Maybe they have (gasp!) ....hope....!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ban basketball View Post
    Bill Clinton also hasn't run since 1996. Yet, not a day goes by when he isn't mentioned.

    What is all of this mud slinging that democrats are doing right now? What have they been saying?

    By contrast, no mud has been thrown at Obama as of late?
    I didn't say anything about Bill Clinton. But to answer your question he is the husband of a person running for office so that is probably why he get's brought up from time to time. From what I have observed it has been mostly by Obama supporters.

    Have you been watching the race between Clinton and Obama? One could almost write a book with the amount of material there.

    Of course mud has been thrown at Obama. No one said it hasn't but most of the mud has been thrown by the other half of your party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chance174 View Post

    From what I have observed it is the Democrats that are slinging mud right now and not the Republicans.
    Both sides are doing plenty of mud-slinging, if you don't see that you aren't looking very hard.
    There's no such thing as a pretty good aligator wrestler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloggingSully View Post
    Both sides are doing plenty of mud-slinging, if you don't see that you aren't looking very hard.
    Actually, I disagree. Where has mud been slung at McCain from democrats?
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