NC: PPP confirms that the race is Lean D (user search)
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KCDem
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« on: September 16, 2014, 07:00:18 PM »

A four-point lead isn't much given the dynamics of the race--sixth year election vulnerable incumbent, pink/purple state, very unpopular Democrat in White House, older and whiter electorate.  I'll buy the notion that CO, NC, and IA all tilt to the Democrat right now.  But I just don't buy the idea that they'll likely stay that way in a year like this.

Have you ever learned critical thinking?
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KCDem
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« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2014, 07:18:52 PM »

A four-point lead isn't much given the dynamics of the race--sixth year election vulnerable incumbent, pink/purple state, very unpopular Democrat in White House, older and whiter electorate.  I'll buy the notion that CO, NC, and IA all tilt to the Democrat right now.  But I just don't buy the idea that they'll likely stay that way in a year like this.

Have you ever learned critical thinking?

Have you ever learned objective discussion instead of resorting to personal insults?


I engage in discussion and I insult those who deserve to be insulted. That's how I roll.
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