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I agree with your article about the Republicans keeping of both houses of Congress. I base this on a variety of information, much of which you provided so well in this article. Michael Steele will win MD, keeping our Senate losses to 2 or 3. The House is harder to predict but it is my gut feeling we will keep it by 2-3 seats. One thing that is impossible to measure is the mood of the electorate on election night. Each election takes on a life or trend of its own. The Liberal AP tried to influence this when they reported false exit polling results. They knew if the country saw things swinging to the Democrats then it could influence later races. Fortunately we knew early on that the exit polling was in gross error.
The key this time around are results in VA and MD. If we keep VA and take MD it will set the tone for the rest of the country.p>Time will tell, br> — Ken /p>
Hillyer and his predictions this year are on fertile ground. Even as the polls say things are starting to change they are still off the mark by a large margin. They have been off for quite a while now. I have been saying this for more than a year. Why? Instinct of the voting public and habits for good or not. Let’s start on instincts. The public is fickle when asked touchy questions, they shift as fast as there answer comes out of their mouth, so the polls taken today can change tonightâ€¦ and they do. Instinct to protect this country is deep and not a movable like a sliding scale and the Democrats have never been credited with helping this president with this war. Habits. They are creatures of voting habits as the last Presidential election has proven. These habits of voting for your party for good or for bad is not thought out but instinctively acted upon. As the last election has proven. And the last most important point is by nationalizing this year’s problems the Dems think they have been smart. They have really caused the public to think nationally and not only on the local level and we are at war nationally and people do not generally vote against their President during wartime.
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
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It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
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