Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Golden oldies--The Obamaman

“Who can take tomorrow and spend it all today?”

Here's a blast from the past but something that may be truer today than it was last year.
Obamaman!OBAMA MAN CAN!Obama Man Can because he mixes it with Hope and makes the World taste GOOD!!!"

"WHO Can Take TOMORROW! Spend it all TODAY! Take all of your Income and Tax it all away! OBAMAMAN!!! OBAMA-MAN CAN!!!"

"Obama Man Can because he Mixes it with Hope and makes the WORLD Feel Good!"

"GM, Chrysler, Need a Bail-out? Ok! Ford, you need a bailout? No? Good, More for GM!"

Generic Congressional Ballot

Generic Ballot: Republican 48%, Democrat 36%

Monday, August 16, 2010 Rasmussen poll of Likely voters

Republican candidates have jumped out to a record-setting 12-point
lead over Democrats
on the Generic Congressional Ballot for the week
ending Sunday, August 15, 2010. This is the biggest lead the GOP has held in over a decade of Rasmussen Reports surveying. Voters not affiliated with either party prefer the GOP candidate by a 52% to 21% margin.Fifty-four percent (54%) of white voters favor the Republican, but 77% of African-Americans prefer the Democrat.


In the meantime we hear from Gallup today that Republicans continue to lead Democrats in midterm voting preferences for the U.S. House, and the GOP's current 50% to 43% advantage among registered voters is the largest Gallup has measured to date in its weekly tracking of the 2010 vote.

The left has collapsed
Bill Kristol has an interesting look at the left

Its political support has collapsed. Public opinion polls point to a
historic repudiation of the president and the Democratic party this
fall—something on the order of a 60-seat Republican gain in the House. The GOP
has an outside shot at taking the Senate as well.

Republican strategy for the midterms

POLITICO has learned that the Republican campaign arm will invest in 40
districts around the nation in its first wave of television commercial
reservations – a target list that ranges from powerful veterans such as Budget
Committee Chairman Rep.
John Spratt (D-S.C.) and Rep. Chet Edwards (D-Texas), an Appropriations Committee cardinal, to endangered freshmen legislators including Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.), Rep. Betsy Markey (D-Colo.), and Rep. Harry Teague (D-N.M.).

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