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« on: September 30, 2015, 10:33:05 pm »

If Rubio wins in 2016 and runs against Julian Castro in 2020:


Castro-Heinrich 342
Rubio-Ernst 196
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« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2015, 01:33:05 pm »

The Republicans are not winning New Hampshire and losing Texas until there is a major realignment of the coalitions.
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« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2015, 05:58:12 pm »

Yeah Texas isn't going dem in 2020 unless there is a landslide or some freak circumstance. Castro would not have this result.
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« Reply #3 on: October 01, 2015, 09:28:49 pm »


329 - 209
Pres. Marco Rubio(R-FL)/Vice Pres. John Kasich(R-OH) - 52.4%
Sen. Julian Castro(D-TX)/Gov. Philip Murphy(D-NJ) - 45.9%
Other: 1.6%

Keynote Speakers Joni Ernst and Gavin Newsom do very well. The economy is a bit better after Rubio signed a minor stimulus composed mostly of middle class tax cuts, repeals ObamaCare and replaces it with RomneyCare with an "innovative mandate" instead of the previous mandate, and the national minimum wage is raised to $8.50 over the course of four years.
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« Reply #4 on: October 01, 2015, 09:54:34 pm »


329 - 209
Pres. Marco Rubio(R-FL)/Vice Pres. John Kasich(R-OH) - 52.4%
Sen. Julian Castro(D-TX)/Gov. Philip Murphy(D-NJ) - 45.9%
Other: 1.6%

Keynote Speakers Joni Ernst and Gavin Newsom do very well. The economy is a bit better after Rubio signed a minor stimulus composed mostly of middle class tax cuts, repeals ObamaCare and replaces it with RomneyCare with an "innovative mandate" instead of the previous mandate, and the national minimum wage is raised to $8.50 over the course of four years.

A couple questions:

-How in the world did Texas elect a Democratic Senator?
-Why are Oregon and Maine more Republican than Wisconsin or Michigan?
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« Reply #5 on: October 02, 2015, 11:33:33 pm »


329 - 209
Pres. Marco Rubio(R-FL)/Vice Pres. John Kasich(R-OH) - 52.4%
Sen. Julian Castro(D-TX)/Gov. Philip Murphy(D-NJ) - 45.9%
Other: 1.6%

Keynote Speakers Joni Ernst and Gavin Newsom do very well. The economy is a bit better after Rubio signed a minor stimulus composed mostly of middle class tax cuts, repeals ObamaCare and replaces it with RomneyCare with an "innovative mandate" instead of the previous mandate, and the national minimum wage is raised to $8.50 over the course of four years.

A couple questions:

-How in the world did Texas elect a Democratic Senator?
-Why are Oregon and Maine more Republican than Wisconsin or Michigan?

- The same way Illinois elected Mark Kirk
- To me, Rubio has more appeal there than in Wisconson or Michigan
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« Reply #6 on: October 05, 2015, 10:38:02 pm »

Rubio has a Carter like one term, cannot please anybody and takes fire from the left and right. Result is the Dems version of 1980 (if you call 2008 their version of 1968)

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« Reply #7 on: October 05, 2015, 11:14:37 pm »

Rubio has a Carter like one term, cannot please anybody and takes fire from the left and right. Result is the Dems version of 1980 (if you call 2008 their version of 1968)


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Tom Cotton launches a strong primary challenge against him. He'd leave office with a close to 15% approval rating.
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« Reply #8 on: October 06, 2015, 11:13:13 pm »

Rubio has a Carter like one term, cannot please anybody and takes fire from the left and right. Result is the Dems version of 1980 (if you call 2008 their version of 1968)


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Tom Cotton launches a strong primary challenge against him. He'd leave office with a close to 15% approval rating.
Cotton would not challenge Rubio. Cotton and Rubio are both neocons
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