• comment on a post State of the Race 2006: United States Senate over 7 years ago

    But in 2008, NJ might be vulnerable again. Christie Todd Whittman might run against Lautenberg.  And be very competetive.

  • comment on a post State of the Race 2006: United States Senate over 7 years ago

    Don't forget Wayne Allard in CO since Mark Undell is running. And Strickland ran a very competetive race against Allard in 2002.

  • comment on a post State of the Race 2006: United States Senate over 7 years ago

    And the moderates aren't moderate anymore. Look what happened to Spector, Collins, and Snowe, they were suppose to be pro-choice and they all voted in lock step to approve Alito and Roberts. And Chafee voted for Roberts. And all of them voted for cloture on Alito. These moderate republicans are moderate in name only to run for reelection and move rightward after the election, because they are in traditionally Dem seats. And this was stated by Robert Torricelli.

  • comment on a post State of the Race 2006: United States Senate over 7 years ago

    And don't forget Chafee voted for Roberts as well that was disappointing.

  • comment on a post Mfume Leads Cardin in MD Senate over 7 years ago

    Either one will win the general election. Ehlrich polls will pull down Steele's popularity due to Steele being Ehlrich's LT. Gov.

  • on a comment on Why Do Democrats Hate Religion? over 7 years ago

    But Obama is wrong in one respect, we can't conservatives, we have to woo the independents and moderate conservatives to our camp.  We will never get conservatives.  That is all I was trying to say.

  • on a comment on Why Do Democrats Hate Religion? over 7 years ago

    Yea, that Dems are just as religious as everyone else.

  • comment on a post Why Do Democrats Hate Religion? over 7 years ago

    And lastly the traditional part of the country, since we assist gays take it that we are for gays. But they don't understand, we are taking up for their civil rights not agreeing with their lifestyle and the traditional part of the country try to blur the difference, and it played itself out in 2004.

  • comment on a post Why Do Democrats Hate Religion? over 7 years ago

    We dems don't hate religion. We believe that religion and politics don't mix. That your religious beliefs showed be different than you political beliefs. And we are secularists, that doesn't mean that we hate religion. We also may not go to church but that doesn't mean we don't pray. And the republicans claim to be religions but their discrimination towards minorities don't show. But us secularists do. Religion, is practice by God as well as study.  And our religious beliefs are different than conservatives. They believe that religion is just about gays and abortion. We have a different set of beliefs, that doesn't mean we are any less religious than they are which is take care of the poor.  So, we are just as religious as they are, we practice it at home and we believe in taking care of the poor. They believe in going to church and only believe in  two issues.

  • comment on a post Why Do Democrats Hate Religion? over 7 years ago

    We dems don't hate religion. We believe that religion and politics don't mix. That your religious beliefs showed be different than you political beliefs. And we are secularists, that doesn't mean that we hate religion. We also may not go to church but that doesn't mean we don't pray. And the republicans claim to be religions but their discrimination towards minorities don't show. But us secularists do. Religion, is practice by God as well as study.  And our religious beliefs are different than conservatives. They believe that religion is just about gays and abortion. We have a different set of beliefs, that doesn't mean we are any less religious than they are which is take care of the poor.  So, we are just as religious as they are, we practice it at home and we believe in taking care of the poor. They believe in going to church and only believe in  two issues.

  • comment on a post RI SEN: New Poll has Chafee Trailing by 1 over 7 years ago

    The war in Iraq and Whitehouse antiwar stance is hurting Chafee eventhough he opposed the war.

  • comment on a post Poll: McCaskill Leads Talent 49-43 over 7 years ago

    This may be the second most vulnerable republican seat next to PA if Claire got this big of a lead.  The only other one is Casey. So, I would upgrade this to the second most vulnerable seat which includes: PA, MO, MT, OH, RI, and TN.

  • comment on a post And the Heat Win the NBA Championship over 7 years ago

    2nd championship for Florida.  Florida Gators and now Miami Heat.

  • on a comment on Dear Mr. Rove over 7 years ago

    Yea.

  • comment on a post Dear Mr. Rove over 7 years ago

    He would have been charged with perjury. But we still don't know who leaked the name of Joe Wilson's wife.  And he is not through with the investigation.  The evidence will come out in 2007 when he is called a witness in the Scooter Libby trial.

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