LA 2016 runoff: Trafalgar (R) - Kennedy + 23 (user search)
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smoltchanov
Junior Chimp
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« on: November 19, 2016, 01:35:07 PM »

Had Clinton won and there was a Special Senate election in a deep blue state like Massachusetts, enough idiot Democratic voters probably would have helped elect a Republican because Hillary needed a "check".

Democrats need stop crossing over to elect Republican governor's in state like Vermont, Massachusetts, and New Jersey.  Republicans clearly won't return the favor in Texas, Idaho, Utah, or any southern state.

It's for these Democrats to decide, and so far they decide differently. Not sure they need your advice so much...
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smoltchanov
Junior Chimp
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« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2016, 08:22:42 AM »

Had Clinton won and there was a Special Senate election in a deep blue state like Massachusetts, enough idiot Democratic voters probably would have helped elect a Republican because Hillary needed a "check".

Democrats need stop crossing over to elect Republican governor's in state like Vermont, Massachusetts, and New Jersey.  Republicans clearly won't return the favor in Texas, Idaho, Utah, or any southern state.

It's for these Democrats to decide, and so far they decide differently. Not sure they need your advice so much...

It also ignores the fact that many of those "Democrats" in Vermont and Massachusetts are registered Independents that Republicans nationwide are out of step with but locally are more in tune with.

That's too. But there are enough "real" registered Democrats in New England states, who are moderate enough to support Scott, Baker and some - even Sununu. After all - New England is known not only for it's social liberalism, but for some reasonable fiscal conservatism too...
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