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« on: May 08, 2011, 09:56:56 AM »

I agree that Massachusetts is far from strong Republican. I know it was a House race, but I like to compare it to Bobby Bright in AL-2, it looked like his personal popularity would carry him over the line, but that was not in the cards, because the electorate was too tilted toward the other side. And Brown certainly won't make the state more difficult for Obama to win, if anything, the GOP presidential nominee could cause problems for Brown. All his opponent as to do is tie him to Mitch McConnell and he is done, Massachusetts is the sort of state where a tactic like that works.
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