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August 20, 2010
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Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) trails challenger Dino Rossi by 7 points!

21 Responses to Poll

  1. dch on August 20, 2010 at 10:11 pm

    nice start but we have a long way to go in Washington State

  2. Dewey_Cheatem_and_Howe on August 20, 2010 at 10:27 pm

    nice start but we have a long way to go in Washington State

    We will demand recounts until ALL King County votes are counted!

    heheheheheheheheh

  3. Aaron on August 21, 2010 at 2:15 am

    Boy, if Rossi wins, we could be in for a Republican Tusnami.

  4. artist on August 21, 2010 at 5:51 am

    It will be deer in the headlights from the msm on Nov.2.

    Big names will fall.

  5. Jay on August 21, 2010 at 6:37 am

    Good morning.
    I see the wikileaks founder is on the run as he is wanted for rape and molestation.

    Yet another leftist hero representing liberal values…

  6. artist on August 21, 2010 at 6:43 am

    Maybe he can shack up with Polanski.

  7. Jay on August 21, 2010 at 7:01 am

    Maybe someone should ask Senator Murray how she feels about this

    WASHINGTON – The deepwater drilling moratorium in the Gulf of Mexico costs at least 23,000 jobs, according to a federal document that weighed the economic impact and alternatives to the drilling ban.

    A six-month suspension would directly put 9,450 people out of work and indirectly affect nearly 14,000 other jobs, according to a memo from Michael Bromwich, the nation’s top drilling regulator. The July 10 memo to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar outlined several options regarding the suspension of offshore drilling.

    I’m sure she’s quite concerned…

  8. setnaffa on August 21, 2010 at 8:04 am

    Some jobs will be lost permanently as the companies move to other countries that allow drilling. Some companies will go out of business entirely.

  9. TN Conservative on August 21, 2010 at 8:09 am

    I read this morning that former primary opponent Clint Didier will not endorse Rossi unless he agrees to the three pillars of the Tea Party platform. What percentage of the vote did Didier get?

    While the Tea Party serves some useful functions, this is not one of them. They appear to be all or nothing in terms of offering their support, i.e. you have to be with us 100% or time or else. This is not helpful in going against the real opponent, which is Patty Murray. Given that Didier received only 12% of the vote, could it be that most Washington Republicans didn’t agree with him and wanted Rossi and his views as the nominee?

    The point is that Rossi needs every vote he can get to win in this state. The Tea party needs to realize who the real opponent is and mobilize behind Rossi. Murray is one of the most clueless, far-left members of the U.S. Senate and believes in absolutely nothing that the Tea partiers do. Something would be much better than nothing in this instance.

  10. cujo on August 21, 2010 at 8:43 am

    I have my reservations about Rossi, the establishment candidate. Would have rather seen Didier win. I agree w/Didier’s stance. We don’t want GOP candidates who are establishment backed RINO’s. It is in Rossi’s court to realize he needs to back the T party platform if he wants to have a real political future.

  11. Global Cooling on August 21, 2010 at 9:15 am

    Some students working to close loopholes on federally funded abortions:

    Raleigh, N.C. — “A national student group opposed to abortion has asked Gov. Beverly Perdue and North Carolina’s congressional delegation to examine more closely the health insurance offered to students in the University of North Carolina system.

    Students for Life of America wrote this week to Perdue asking for more details about how elective abortions are covered in university-backed health plans.

    The UNC system required students on its 16 campuses this fall to have health insurance. Insurance purchased through the schools covers elective abortions, but system President Erskine Bowles gave students the right to delete that coverage.

    Students for Life President Kristan Hawkins wrote she’s concerned federal funds may be used to pay for abortions because students may receive grants to pay for the total cost of attending school.”

    Good for them. The State level is where a healthy portion of the liberal agenda can both be fought and defeated. States are gearing up against ObungleCare. States are gearing up against Obungle’s open-boarders atrocities. And, States are about to dismantle the liberal’s Constitution-shredding, job-killing, islam-endorsing, economy-crushing, illegal-foreigner enabling, inept, bungling, idiocy and incompetence throughout many levels of Congress

    :mrgreen:

  12. TN Conservative on August 21, 2010 at 9:47 am

    While the most I know about Rossi is that he lost twice in the governor’s race to Gregoire, Washington state is not exactly a hotbed for tea-party brand conservatism. Any Republican who wins statewide there is going to be of a more moderate stripe. The last Republican senator from Washington, Slade Gorton, was hardly a flaming right winger, but he was much better than Maria Cantwell, who replaced him. You take the most conservative candidate you can get with the best chance to win. It is Rossi in this case. And, wouldn’t his voting record be better than than Patty Murray’s?

  13. Jay on August 21, 2010 at 10:49 am

    Oops, looks like the charges against Wiki founder were dropped.

    Too bad, I was trying to use him to smear liberals.

    Makes me look like the ass that I am.

  14. Jay on August 21, 2010 at 11:41 am

    Oops, looks like the charges against Wiki founder were dropped.

    Oops,

    Karin Rosander, a spokeswoman for the Swedish Prosecution Authority, said Assange remains suspected of molestation.

    “The prosecutor hasn’t made a decision” on that count, Rosander said. “The investigation continues.”

    Looks like you’re still a bozo.

  15. The Ace on August 21, 2010 at 12:57 pm

    If he remains suspected of molestation then he is also suspected of being Republican. It isn’t called the Grand Old Party of Child Molesters for nothing: Craig J. Spence; Peter Dibble; Mike Hintz; Strom Thurmond; Richard A. Delgaudio; Donald “Buz” Lukens; Beverley Russell; Robert Bauman; Larry Dale Floyd; Bobby Stumbo; Mark Pazuhanich; John Gosek; Philip Giordano; David Swatz; Nicholas Morency; Carey Lee Cramer; Mark Harris; Jon Grunseth; Russell Harding; John Allen Burt; and on and on and on in grand tradition…

    Thanks for playing though, bozo.

  16. Jay on August 21, 2010 at 2:07 pm

    It isn’t called the Grand Old Party of Child Molesters for nothing:

    Er, by you, maybe.

    Which of course means nothing.

    Of course President Clinton pardoned Mel Reynolds both members of the party you proudly vote for.

    Clown.

    Ps, keep imitating. It is flattering…

  17. Pluto on August 22, 2010 at 5:29 am

    The Ace, give it up, you’re just making us libbies look bad.

  18. McRóck on August 23, 2010 at 6:00 am

    Don’t tell me what to do Pluto!!!

    Mind your own damn business and let me fantasize about and my hero and pretend that I am him. I’m in love with him and I don’t care what any of you BOOOBS thinks!

    I didn’t interrupt your 3 day orgy with all those gerbils so let me live out my Jay/TheAce fetishes in peace

    Oh, on a side note, are you going to join me at today’s K K Klan rally?

    We’d better get going or we’ll be late.

    Let’s get going: nooses to tie, masks to wear, crosses to burn
    busy busy busy!

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