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:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)February 28, 2013 11:21am
People here also seem to underestimate the usefulness of sucking up to people. If you go to a big university, there's oppprtunities abound. Though I suppose they're hard to come by if you spend all your time making harassing phone calls to Jewish community centers or telling people that they're trolls whose dead political idols are in hell. :P.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)February 20, 2003 04:37pm
Im with eggplant on this one. Ryan was doomed from the start.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)November 02, 2002 06:49pm
Pete O'Neil is going to win this race!

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 14, 2002 06:14pm
Mr. Liberal shut up! You're just a toady for all the Dem candidates! Stop masquerading as a reasoned political analyst. Perry wins this race in a romp.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 14, 2002 06:11pm
Won't be close in the end... as Sanford beats Hodges cleanly 54%-46% riding Graham's Senate coattails.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 14, 2002 06:07pm
The winner will have a statewide margin of 5,000 or less.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 14, 2002 06:05pm
Coleman wins this one by three points 50%-47%.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 14, 2002 06:02pm
LOL! Dems will not have 56 in the next Congress. New Senate will be 52 (R) 47 (D) 1 (I)

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 14, 2002 06:00pm
Republicans will sweep the delegation with the defeat of the ultra liberal Leonard Boswell by Stan Thompson in the 3rd CD.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 14, 2002 05:56pm
Pawlenty is hurting good & plenty..LOL! Parker- where did you get that pic..??? Yikes!

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 14, 2002 05:54pm
Wrong. Bush will re-elcted 53%-47%.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 10, 2002 04:31pm
Wake up, you Demo'rat toadies! Ferguson will win decisively. He's a great Congressman and has a more Republican district in which to run.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 10, 2002 04:21pm
More voters are upset by the Dem's shenanigans in this race than they are telling pollsters, thus making for a hidden vote. Plus, Lautenberg doesn't look enthusiastic about running. Forrester ekes it out.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 10, 2002 04:17pm
Shaheen is hurt by the pro-tax platform of the Dem gubernatorial candidate. Sununu will win 54%-46%.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 10, 2002 04:14pm
It's going to be a big GOP year in Colorado. Musgrave wins here as does Beauprez in the 7th district.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 08, 2002 05:25pm
Oops, that's "cash"


:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 08, 2002 05:25pm
Anyone think Torricelli with withhold his case from Lautenberg just to spite him?

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 05, 2002 08:57pm
One of the weirdest things we Philadelphians have seen with the liberal Philadelphia papers is that
neither has ever printed one negative thing about Philadelphia Mayor Ed Rendell (Democrat) throughout his entire tenure when it came to running the city.

These two papers cut some major slack to former Mayor Wilson Goode, but they
still pounced on him for many topics. The reason I point this out is to show
that they do pick on liberals in the limelight for some things just to save face.

A little known story is the fact that when Ed Rendell was elected Mayor of
Philadelphia, Philadelphia Newspapers, Inc. (owner of Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News) had a city tax liability that, sources said, exceeded $300,000. Rendell struck a deal with PNI. The deal was that if they did not write anything negative about him or his administration he would accept a $15,000 payment for the tax liability and call it even.

So, Ed Rendell quickly became known as, "America's Mayor." He was given a
reputation of a democrat with a sense of fiscal responsibility. During the
two Goode administrations the city government went bankrupt to the point where the city could not even sell bonds. Ed Rendell was given credit for bringing the city's finances under control. This was done with the help of the two bought-and-paid-for liberal papers of the city.

What they failed to report was that Mayor Rendell had absolutely NOTHING to do with bringing the city government back from near death.

In the "Goode-old-days" there were commissions created that tried to come up with a solution to Mayor Goode's fiscal problems. It was Senator Joe Rocks (Republican) PA, who created an entity known as the PICA Board. The PICA Board was given sole responsibility to oversee any and all fiscal transactions made by the city. Before Philadelphia City Council, and even the Mayor's office could spend any money on anything, the idea had to first be filtered through the PICA Board. The PICA Board is a fiscally conservative panel that got the city's numbers back in the black, but you would never know that by the information
written in the major media papers of Philly.

Now you know the truth about Ed Rendell's "quid pro quo" scandal.


:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 05, 2002 12:31am
I'd much rather try to get IA-1. Baghead Jim Nussle is, as both a conservative in a Dem-leaning district and the chairman of the Budget Committee, a much more inviting target than Jim Leach, a repectable moderate who has in many ways been outcast by the conservatives.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 05, 2002 12:27am
If I don't post here... who will?

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 03, 2002 02:29pm
Nice polling data.

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 03, 2002 02:17pm
Well said RParker

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 03, 2002 12:12pm
How is a 43-41 lead a "big lead"? Are there other new polls out there?

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)October 02, 2002 10:10am
Hee Hee we DemocRATS did it again! First we kept the polls open late in Missouri, now this! I love STEALING elections! We rule!

:0Anonymous ( 0.00 points)September 26, 2002 07:55am
Take It From A Floridian, Jeb is no where near "safe" in this election. As more people learn about McBride, the higher support he will get. Bush has no negatives versus McBride at all, while McBride has the Golden Three "Education, the DCF, and the Economy" to brow beat the Governor. Also Florida DEMS are so fired up that they will turnout in major force on Nov. 5th.


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