Posts Tagged: election

Polls Show GOP Might Pick up Three Senate Seats

The polls are bouncing all over the place in the Senate races so take everything you hear about polls with a huge chunk of salt, but here’s my latest analysis. For awhile the polls were clearly trending for big GOP wins in the Senate, but now not so much. Data Analysis for October 21, 2010… Read more »

The Anti-incumbent Rage that Never Existed

Despite all of the evidence to the contrary, that there is no anti-incumbent rage in this year’s election, the mainstream media won’t let the narrative die. It didn’t exist. It doesn’t exist. It never happened. So why can’t the mainstream media let it go? I wish I knew the answer, but it’s really really annoying…. Read more »

Republicans Playing Voters for Chumps

I don’t know if Democrats will lose seats in the House and the Senate in November, nobody does. But if they do, it will be more evidence that the dumbing down of America is reaching terminal velocity. If Republicans take control of Congress, it will be because Americans are just plain stupid. There’s no other… Read more »

Tuesday’s Biggest Loser: The Republican Party

While the pundits will extrapolate only god knows what from Tuesday’s primaries, one thing that is clear is that the GOP got its ass handed to it. Pete Sessions, NRCC chairman, said in a statement, “Tonight’s result was undoubtedly disappointing, but we will take the lessons learned from this campaign and move forward in preparation… Read more »

Are You So Sure That Democrats Will Lose Big This November?

I for one have never believed that the Democrats are going to get their asses handed to them this November.

But if you watch Fox News, MSNBC, CNN or read the New York Times, Washington Post or consume any political news analysis, you’ve being assured that Democrats will in fact lose seats in the Senate and the House this November.

Gallup Poll Shows Unprecedented Opposition to Incumbents

Republicans will blame Democrats. Democrats will point their fingers at Republicans. Whoever is at fault, incumbents are set up to lose big in November’s mid-term elections – maybe. A new Gallup shows that only 28 percent think members of Congress deserve to be re-elected. Conversely, 65 percent of registered voters want to see current members… Read more »