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 31 
 on: Today at 08:13:06 am 
Started by Flo - Last post by Miles
FL-02: Southerland is one of the incumbents that worries GOP strategists the most:

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Republicans also complain that some of their candidates in critical races are waging less than stellar campaigns. In 2010, a host of Republicans who waged mediocre campaigns still won because the environment was so favorable to the GOP. This time, Republican strategists say, candidates will need to step up their game.
 
“Campaigns will matter,” said Brock McCleary, a former top NRCC official. “This isn’t 2010. The bad ones will lose.”

Many are worried about Florida Rep. Steve Southerland, who’s trying to beat back a ferocious challenge from Democrat Gwen Graham, the daughter of ex-Sen. Bob Graham. Southerland has raised less campaign money than his opponent — typically an ominous sign for an incumbent — and his first TV ad was panned by strategists as awkward and ineffective.

 32 
 on: Today at 08:12:42 am 
Started by Miles - Last post by Gravis Marketing
WAA is always bad and Republican-leaning.

 33 
 on: Today at 08:11:27 am 
Started by black and white band photos - Last post by Mr. Morden
It's not "local man".  It's "area man":

http://www.theonion.com/channels/area-man/



 34 
 on: Today at 08:10:52 am 
Started by NHI - Last post by RGN08
Ad: Life of Evan
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I'm Evan Bayh and I approve this message


The person that you are looking now is Sen. Evan Bayh. Born in Indiana, son of Former Sen. Birch Bayh.


A dedicated lawyer, chose to run for public office in 1986.


There his service for the state of Indiana starts, when he became the Secretary of State of Indiana. Three years later, Evan Bayh became the governor of Indiana. He implemented a $ 1.6 billion tax cut which is the largest in the state’s history, modernized the state’s education, created more jobs, and was elected Senator in 1998 and still, his job is not yet done.


Change? Vote for Evan Bayh, a man fighting for change.



 35 
 on: Today at 08:09:07 am 
Started by Cris - Last post by Cris
3 Virginia
2 Maine
1 Utah

Save - Colorado

 36 
 on: Today at 07:56:02 am 
Started by Tender Branson - Last post by Cory
Nice figures ... on paper.

You should never mess with Russians, because they are amongst the most brutal fighters known out there.

Russia could move easily towards Berlin, without NATO not even knowing what hit them, if they want.

Yeah..... no.

 37 
 on: Today at 07:55:14 am 
Started by ChairmanSanchez - Last post by Governor Varavour
This thread needs some International Phonetic Alphabet.

No, not that nonsense.

 38 
 on: Today at 07:52:31 am 
Started by black and white band photos - Last post by Governor Varavour
GOP Maintains Solid Hold On Youth That Already Look Like Old Men

The Republican Party may have an insurmountable lead among young voters who dress and act like they’re already 50 years old.

Wait a minute... that was already in the Onion.

 39 
 on: Today at 07:45:25 am 
Started by NHI - Last post by RGN08
Bayh Endorsements


U.S Rep. Rahm Emanuel Looking over the past years, what Sen. Bayh did for his state is simply impressive. I believe he can also do it here, on America.


Former US Senator from Colorado, Gary Hart 24 years ago: when I ran for the Democratic nomination, I fought for change. 20 years ago, my candidacy was marred with scandals but even after that, I still continue to fight for change. I know Sen. Evan Bayh will be a newer Democrat, still fighting for change here in America.


Former US Senator from Minnesota, Vice President and 1984 Democratic Nominee, Walter Mondale In 1984, I ran for the Presidency but I lost. We learn from the mistakes from the past. Last week, Sen. Bayh approached me and asked for advice. I said: you are more stronger than me,my strategy didn’t work and I was the loser in 49 states (*laughs).  But he said: Mr. Mondale, losing doesn’t mean that we won’t follow your strategy, we put that strategy in and we learn from these mistakes to create a better strategy. He has the wisdom to become a leader of this nation and I believe that Sen. Bayh will be a good president and can make America a better nation.


League of Conservation Voters Senator Bayh continues to fight for the environment, advocating for coal and oil alternatives, protecting animal rights, and to increase awareness for global warming. LCV therefore, believe that Sen. Bayh will fight for the environment if he had the opportunity to have his voice be heard.


The Times of Northwest Indiana Senator Bayh is a good leader. Look at his record, leadership with the voice of the people. Leaving the position of governor with a very high approval, now continuing his public service at the Senate, he will make America a great nation like what he did for Indiana.

 40 
 on: Today at 07:35:30 am 
Started by PiMp DaDdy FitzGerald - Last post by Governor Varavour
As the forum black, I hereby call for your immediate banning and shall be contacting Al  Sharpton shortly.

You are not the forum black.

As the forum black I make the same call here. I mean seriously, the hell?

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