Democratic Gubernatorial Defeats Troubling, But Not Fatal
I suspect that when the economy is better in 2010, Democrats will not suffer losses greater than typical off-year results for the party in power.
Virginia and New Jersey, with local tax and personality issues, do not a national trend make.
That's right James - keep deluding yourself.
Your mis-spellings, very unusual in your posts, is your subconscious trying to tell you something.
Obama's non-stimulus package was just a sop to keep various governmental units somewhat afloat in 2009 - just how many elections do you think are going to have taxes as a major issue in 2010 - how about all of them?
And that is why no matter what Dem you dig up to run for Gov, they are going to lose my friend.
Were you in a hurry when you posted this?
To Anon Jim and Anonymous: It's a long story, but I posted the wrong version and have been offline since.
Thanks for the notice.
NJ is solid blue. Losing NJ is bad for Team Donkey.
58-33, Independents favored Christie. Obama appeared for the man a lot. Yep, move along, nothing to see here.
In case you missed it & this does need to be verified by Guinness, but apparently Bill Owens the Dem "winner" of the New York 23rd special election set a new world record by breaking 4 campaign promises in his 1st hour of being sworn in.
Owens 1st hour in Congress
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