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by EdH / November 11, 2006 6:14 AM PST
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I can PROVE you are a right-wing ideologue
by duckman / November 11, 2006 6:39 AM PST
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You've never admitted that you hate Bush

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(NT) you are.
by null. / November 11, 2006 6:39 AM PST
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There's no underlying message from this election ...
by Evie / November 11, 2006 10:28 AM PST
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... it's all a mish mosh.

Santorum and Allen were two of the rare staunch Reagan conservatives that were defeated. BUT, their opponents ran on conservative platforms of one sort or another.

CT was a mish mosh too. RINO Chris Shays seemed to do OK, but veteran Gingrich conservative Nancy Johnson got ousted. RINO Simmons is down less than 200 votes in a recount.

But Lieberman won handily, and even with a more viable Republican, I think he would have taken more votes from Lamont than whomever. A very popular Jodi Rell got re-elected handily.

The lists could go on. The 6th year gains by the Dems are actually historically low. There's no consistent message on anything except that one can't help but note that the Dems ran relatively CONSERVATIVE candidates in most if not all of the races they ran.

Will be an interesting two years.

Meanwhile, I should be safe in expressing my OPINION that the terrorists made gains in '06. I feel less safe, that's for sure.

Evie Happy

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You don't think Pelosi & Co...
by EdH / November 11, 2006 11:09 AM PST

are serious in fighting the War on Dandruff?

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