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Jul 14, 2014 11:48:33   #
Super Dave Loc: Realville, USA
 
RCP current polls currently show:

Dems currently have 55 Senate seats and GOP 45 Senate seats
RCP poll predicts GOP picking up 1 Senate seat with 8 tossups - GOP needs 6 to take the Senate. (The NO TOSSUP poll shows GOP picking up 6 and with it the Senate leadership.)

GOP currently has 223 House seats, and Dems have 199 House seats
RCP poll predicts GOP picking up 7 House seats with 17 tossups giving 230 to GOP vs 188 to the Dems.

GOP currenltly has 29 Governorships and Dems have 21.
RCP poll predicts GOP loses 5 seats leaving GOP with 24-18 with 8 tossups (The NO TOSSUP poll shows GOP losing 1 leaving them 28 to 22 for the Dems)

I think the GOP will do better in all areas, because every day from now to election day, Obama continue to be the worst President in modern history.

Obama is too arrogant to change his failed policies.
And I think Obama wants the GOP to take the Senate, so he'll have another person to blame his failures on, and to give him new excuses to make unconstitutional unilateral actions.

I'd be interested to hear predictions from Obama supporters.

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Jul 14, 2014 12:09:05   #
wb505580
 
Super Dave wrote:
RCP current polls currently show:

Dems currently have 55 Senate seats and GOP 45 Senate seats
RCP poll predicts GOP picking up 1 Senate seat with 8 tossups - GOP needs 6 to take the Senate. (The NO TOSSUP poll shows GOP picking up 6 and with it the Senate leadership.)

GOP currently has 223 House seats, and Dems have 199 House seats
RCP poll predicts GOP picking up 7 House seats with 17 tossups giving 230 to GOP vs 188 to the Dems.

GOP currenltly has 29 Governorships and Dems have 21.
RCP poll predicts GOP loses 5 seats leaving GOP with 24-18 with 8 tossups (The NO TOSSUP poll shows GOP losing 1 leaving them 28 to 22 for the Dems)

I think the GOP will do better in all areas, because every day from now to election day, Obama continue to be the worst President in modern history.

Obama is too arrogant to change his failed policies.
And I think Obama wants the GOP to take the Senate, so he'll have another person to blame his failures on, and to give him new excuses to make unconstitutional unilateral actions.

I'd be interested to hear predictions from Obama supporters.
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a lot of libs i hear from just attack in some way usually with vulgar language since they've nothing good to support, i see the tea party making more strides picking up from 2010 and like you said taking the senate friom the socialists

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Jul 14, 2014 13:23:54   #
Kay Littrell
 
I see the GOP doing better in the Senate races than Real Clear Politics predicts, although their poll averages are hard to argue with. The only reason that I say this is because so far this election cycle not a single upstart Tea Party candidate has managed to win a GOP Senate Primary. It seems that the GOP establishment has taken the gloves off when dealing with the Tea Party which in reality is a separate third party and not a wing of the Republican Party's big tent. I don't think that the Tea Party likes the spanking that the GOP is giving them this year and with a 'RINO' hide whip to boot.

It remains to be seen if the Tea Party folks will actually vote for a Republican or if they will persist in electing the same Gang of 55 Socialist Democrat Party Senators that they have helped elect for the last two election cycles. The Tea Party in fact reelected Barrack Obama in November 2012 by either voting for Obama as a protest vote or staying home on election day instead of voting for the GOP candidate for President.

To paraphrase Bob Hope's closing theme song, "Thanks for the memories Tea Party, but from here on out I'm voting for a winning team." (At least for a team that understands how to win elections and that is not shy about winning them)

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Jul 14, 2014 13:36:00   #
Kay Littrell
 
Super Dave wrote:
... I'd be interested to hear predictions from Obama supporters.


(in the plural possessive) "It's George Bushs' fault!" Super Dave, what did you expect from a Democrat Party member, LOL an intelligent answer?

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Jul 14, 2014 13:56:39   #
wb505580
 
Kay Littrell wrote:
(in the plural possessive) "It's George Bushs' fault!" Super Dave, what did you expect from a Democrat Party member, LOL an intelligent answer?


with the govt. doing it's best to control everything even forcing healthcare on people that haven't needed it, the correct term is the communist party run by republicrats with an emphasis on the last 4 letters, sounds like you'll be right at home with hanoi jane fonda, her ex ted and john kerry

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Jul 14, 2014 14:56:49   #
Super Dave Loc: Realville, USA
 
I think the GOP may just barely make the 51 Senators, but may pick up more house seats than predicted, and possibly break even or pick up a governorship.

Imagine how bad the Democrats would get routed if the GOP wasn't so politically inept.

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Jul 14, 2014 15:16:46   #
wb505580
 
Super Dave wrote:
I think the GOP may just barely make the 51 Senators, but may pick up more house seats than predicted, and possibly break even or pick up a governorship.

Imagine how bad the Democrats would get routed if the GOP wasn't so politically inept.


so true, jfk was far more conservative than these progressive rinos

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Jul 14, 2014 19:00:05   #
PoppaGringo Loc: Muslim City, Mexifornia, B.R.
 
Super Dave wrote:
I think the GOP may just barely make the 51 Senators, but may pick up more house seats than predicted, and possibly break even or pick up a governorship.

Imagine how bad the Democrats would get routed if the GOP wasn't so politically inept.


I would be very happy to have enough Senators to unseat Reid and send him to the back of the room.

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Jul 14, 2014 20:34:27   #
Kay Littrell
 
Old_Gringo wrote:
I would be very happy to have enough Senators to unseat Reid and send him to the back of the room.


The idiot Tea Party had more than enough votes in 2010 to not only send Harry Reid to the back of the room, they had enough votes to seen Harry Reid all the way back to Nevada. And who did the Tea Party nominate to run for US Senator against Harry Reid? Why Old Yan~ee, your boys of Autumn nominated a female Eric Canter. A Tea Party idiot who told the Nevada voters not to call on her when she went to Washington because she had more important things to do besides representing Nevada citizens to the whole Federal Government. Then the Tea Party cries big crocodile tears because the election was supposedly stolen! Stolen my rectum, The Tea Party handed Harry Reid the election on a silver platter the same way that the Tea Party handed Barrack Obama Mitt Romney's head in 2012.

I for one am sick and tired of all the Tea Party tears, sack cloth and ashes bull crap excuses. It is time, in fact it is past time for the GOP to get over their Tea Party phobia and stop handling the Tea Party like inmates in an insane asylum. I for one want to give both Obama and the Tea Party a proper wood shed paddling. More than anything it will help put the country back on track.

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Jul 14, 2014 20:45:24   #
Kay Littrell
 
Old_Gringo wrote:
I would be very happy to have enough Senators to unseat Reid and send him to the back of the room.


If Harry Reid stole the 2010 election Old Yankee person please explain how he failed miserably to steal the Nevada Governorship for his own son, (as in flesh of his own flesh) in 2010? If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then the Tea Party is more dangerous than a bear trap.

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Jul 14, 2014 21:03:19   #
PoppaGringo Loc: Muslim City, Mexifornia, B.R.
 
Kay Littrell wrote:
If Harry Reid stole the 2010 election Old Yankee person please explain how he failed miserably to steal the Nevada Governorship for his own son, (as in flesh of his own flesh) in 2010? If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then the Tea Party is more dangerous than a bear trap.


To the proggies and Rino's (Republicrats), that is quite true. They hate the TP's with a passion, and rightfully so. The TP wants to eliminate them, and return to the Constitutional Republic as we were founded, something the Elitist Establishment fears to high heaven.

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Jul 14, 2014 21:10:44   #
wb505580
 
Kay Littrell wrote:
If Harry Reid stole the 2010 election Old Yankee person please explain how he failed miserably to steal the Nevada Governorship for his own son, (as in flesh of his own flesh) in 2010? If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then the Tea Party is more dangerous than a bear trap.


spoken like a true communist supporter, between the socialist democrats and progressive rinos if it wasn't for the only ones that want to get back to what worked the tea party getting enough seats in 2010 it would already be the usso, united soviet states of obama, an obamanation

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Jul 14, 2014 21:16:03   #
PoppaGringo Loc: Muslim City, Mexifornia, B.R.
 
wb505580 wrote:
spoken like a true communist supporter, between the socialist democrats and progressive rinos if it wasn't for the only ones that want to get back to what worked the tea party getting enough seats in 2010 it would already be the usso, united soviet states of obama, an obamanation


We are already an Obamanation.

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Jul 14, 2014 22:06:17   #
Kay Littrell
 
Old_Gringo wrote:
We are already an Obamanation.


Ignorance is a terrible thing to waste. But the Tea Party seems Hell bound to spread ignorance around wholesale.

That reminds me, tomorrow is my state's primary runoff election. I will take great pride and immense joy voting tomorrow to send the surviving Tea Party candidates and their 5th Column Democrat brethren (like Chris McDaniel who are masquerading as Republicans) back to Never-Never Land.

Grow up Old Gringo.

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Jul 14, 2014 22:08:51   #
Super Dave Loc: Realville, USA
 
Got hate?
Kay Littrell wrote:
Ignorance is a terrible thing to waste. But the Tea Party seems Hell bound to spread ignorance around wholesale.

That reminds me, tomorrow is my state's primary runoff election. I will take great pride and immense joy voting tomorrow to send the surviving Tea Party candidates and their 5th Column Democrat brethren (like Chris McDaniel who are masquerading as Republicans) back to Never-Never Land.

Grow up Old Gringo.

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