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« on: February 12, 2010, 05:14:35 pm »

Everything that could possibly be wrong with this poll pretty much is. 

That's what they said about Scott Brown you democRat party hack.

Will you all stop comparing Brown's race to every Democrat in trouble. Delahunt is a left wing loon, and his district is seizing on the opportunity to throw him out now because of his out of step views with his constituents.

Which obviously is why his constituents have handidly reelected this out of step left wing loon 7 times now....
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« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2010, 04:57:02 pm »

Which obviously is why his constituents have handidly reelected this out of step left wing loon 7 times now....

Incumbent retention is well over 90% with the exception of a wave year for one party.  Usually the only time they lose is if they get some kind of really negative publicity over a vote or scandal or a wave year comes for the opposite party and pushes them out.

All true. I was simply needling the new walking RNC talking point going over the top (again).
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