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Screen NameTX DEM   
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LocationDallas, ,
Emailddelafuent@mail.smu.edu
BirthdayDecember 11, 1989
AffiliationDemocratic
First LoginJanuary 27, 2007 11:32am
Last LoginApril 20, 2014 08:18pm
Predictions Points: 3224.4231
Predictions: 3149/3363 (93.64%)
Points Per: 3224.4231/3363 (0.96)
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DISCUSSION
 
R:194ScottĀ³ ( 8016.08 points)
April 19, 2014 09:41am
LOL. Kane running here would now be the biggest joke.

She'll be lucky if she can get renominated by her own party for AG in 2 years.
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D:15COSDem ( 3540.31 points)
x3 x2
March 10, 2014 04:11pm
It's Florida. It's 2014. It's Alex Sink. Jolly will win.
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SAP:262Gaear Grimsrud ( 6920.21 points)
December 07, 2013 05:40pm
Gone.
Race

 
D:411Picimpalious ( 1229.68 points)
x2
June 15, 2013 05:20pm
Whatever, bitch, if it isn't fixed in a week, you'll just create a new profile.
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R:1153J.R. ( 744.68 points)
June 11, 2013 05:09pm
I ended up voting for Northam and Fairfax, but I suspect both of them will lose. No other races on my ballot. First one at the polling place.
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D:411Picimpalious ( 1229.68 points)
March 25, 2013 09:06pm
I think it's more likely that Bostic wins the primary then easily wins the general.
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D:8509DylanSH99 ( 201.39 points)
December 25, 2012 05:20pm
I say the 3 picks will be Hanabusa, Gabbard, and Case and I say it will be a close one between Hanabusa and Case, but I think Abercrombie will pick Hanabusa.
Race

 
AM:7114Conservative for America. ( 76.14 points)
x2
December 05, 2012 10:00pm
I don't think Rice would get confirmed. She needs 60 votes. Collins, and Corker have both opposed her. If Obama wants a chance to get someone confirmed easily Kerry would be a great choice. Even Barrasso has endorsed him.
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SAP:262Gaear Grimsrud ( 6920.21 points)
x2
November 30, 2012 02:17pm
Dillard said nice things about Obama once. No way he survives a primary.
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SAP:262Gaear Grimsrud ( 6920.21 points)
x4
November 29, 2012 10:53am
You mean Lean GOP, right? I don't care how many guns Mark Pryor owns, or how many helpings of biscuits and gravy he stuffs down his gullet during the campaign, or how many women he personally pulls away from the abortion clinic, he will still lose.
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R:1153J.R. ( 744.68 points)
x2
November 22, 2012 11:34am
2013: Cooch beats McAuliffe in a close race because nobody likes either of them; Cooch is too conservative for Virginia, but McAuliffe is insufferable. Democrats take one of the other two statewide offices, probably Lt. Gov.

2015: Cooch is unpopular. Democrats take Virginia state senate.

2016: Republican takes White House.

2017: Democrats retake the VA governorship by nominating the Lt. Gov.
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R:787Barack O-blame-a ( 80.62 points)
x2
November 22, 2012 11:12am
I actually think Casey is going to run for governor in 2018. His heart isn't in the Senate and it's a good time.
Race

 
R:8033Yankee fan ( -315.21 points)
November 05, 2012 11:48am
Closest Governor's race - Washington
Closest Senate race - Wisconsion
Closest House race - Michigan 1st
Closest Presidential race - Ohio
Biggest House upset - KY-6, Chandler has the burden of being with Obama in KY.
Biggest Senate upset - Pennsylvania or New Jersey
Biggest Presidential upset - Pennsylvania or Michigan, either way Ax will have to shave the moustach
Obama EV - 217
Romney EV - 321
Obama PV - 47%
Romney PV - 52%
Event

 
AM:7114Conservative for America. ( 76.14 points)
x4
October 29, 2012 09:18pm
Well you saw the 2008 results. There is 9 times more republican absentee votes than 2008. This is big. I am switching PA from toss up to lean R on my map
News

 
SAP:262Gaear Grimsrud ( 6920.21 points)
October 25, 2012 12:03pm
Obama will do better than Kerry in this state, but not Gore.
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SAP:262Gaear Grimsrud ( 6920.21 points)
x3 x2
October 22, 2012 02:03pm
It's over, people.
Race

 
D:479Brandon ( 1558.38 points)
x2
October 18, 2012 12:46pm
Maybe I'm overreacting to a couple bad days' worth of numbers from one polling firm, but Gallup's tracking looks ridiculously bad. It doesn't even make sense that Romney would be 7 points ahead while Obama has an approval at or around 50 in the same poll. But Gallup is the most prestigious poll there is, so.....damn. For the first time I now think we'll lose.
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SNP:8431Progressive Scot ( 413.05 points)
x2 x2
September 13, 2012 11:15am
Looking at the national polls recently it looks like the Democrats have a fair change of wining back the House if the trend continues.
Race

 
AM:7114Conservative for America. ( 76.14 points)
x3
August 23, 2012 09:16am
10 point shift in this race. Brown wins handily.
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R:656zorkpolitics ( 252.52 points)
x4
August 12, 2012 08:46pm
I look forward to Romnry winning WI in large part dut to Ryan
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R:1153J.R. ( 744.68 points)
July 31, 2012 10:02pm
Cruz earned his Bachelor of Arts from Princeton University and his J.D., magna cum laude, from Harvard Law School. Cruz graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School. He was a primary editor of the Harvard Law Review, an executive editor of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, and a founding editor of the Harvard Latino Law Review. Cruz also served as a law clerk to William Rehnquist, then-Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Cruz has authored more than 80 briefs before the United States Supreme Court and presented 43 oral arguments, including nine before the United States Supreme Court.

Wow. Certainly not in the Angle-O'Donnell mold of Tea Partiers...
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R:194ScottĀ³ ( 8016.08 points)
x2
July 31, 2012 08:44pm
Wow. Bartlett still might survive this.
Race

 
D:6086Jason ( 7718.44 points)
x3 x4
July 26, 2012 11:54pm
He and Walker will win decisively in 2014.
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D:6086Jason ( 7718.44 points)
x3
July 21, 2012 09:13pm
Know what's really cool? Farts.
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D:2109Andy ( 4160.64 points)
x2
July 21, 2012 06:53pm
I'm guessing the main point of this is to memorialize posts for being remarkably astute at predicting the future, like CA Pol Junkie's prediction of how the Supreme Court would rule on Obamacare, or to memorialize them for the purposes of ridicule, like the GOP being a 'permanent majority' and that 'facts are a stubborn thing'.

Of course, cool as the idea may be, I think it's way too open to misuse by idiots wanting to slap the crystal ball icon on posts about farts.
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