Methinks the Obamatards are getting vetted.
Democratic enthusiasm for President Barack Obama's liberal domestic agenda—particularly for a government-run health insurance program—could wane after the results of the gubernatorial elections next Tuesday in Virginia and New Jersey. GOP victories in either state will tell Democrats in red states and districts that support for Obama's policies is risky to their political health.
The more significant is the open race for governor in Virginia, a purple state. The Washington Post poll released Monday showed 55% support for Republican Attorney General Bob McDonnell and 44% for Democratic State Senator Creigh Deeds. The president is trying to reverse these numbers by stumping the state for Mr. Deeds.
Mr. McDonnell has relentlessly focused on the economy, transportation and education. Mr. Deeds tried to make the race about abortion and his opponent's supposed animus toward working women. But Mr. McDonnell understood that anti-Obama, anti-Washington sentiment was not enough to win and bent the contest back to jobs, roads and schools. He also has a good ground game to turn out the vote, which the GOP hasn't done for too many years in Virginia. [...]
And NY 23? No mention at the WSJ...why is that? Maybe it's the AP? Nah. That ain't it. We Knuckle-draggers, Smarter than you Dum-dums in Democratic Party. YEAH! THAT'S IT!
Oh. Yes. I forgot...here's the WSJ's take on the whole NY 23 and why they don't even bother to cover the true story up there...Dan Riehl: NY - 23: Taranto's Confusing Analysis. I love how Republicans think...they don't.
No matter what happens, Conservatives have come out of their closets by a 2:1 ratio.
Is that too nuts or what? Damn moonbats.
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Figures. Can't have a defeatocrat operate on their own volition, can we?