Tipping Point in My Rear-View Mirror

The bottom is falling out asNewsweek pegs Chimpy’s approval rating at 33% (down from 36%).

For the first time since 2001, the NEWSWEEK poll shows that more Americans trust the Democrats than the GOP on moral values and the war on terror. Fully 53 percent of Americans want the Democrats to win control of Congress next month, including 10 percent of Republicans, compared to just 35 percent who want the GOP to retain power. If the election were held today, 51 percent of likely voters would vote for the Democrat in their district versus 39 percent who would vote for the Republican.

3 thoughts on “Tipping Point in My Rear-View Mirror

  1. Like watching a football game when my team is up by two touchdowns late in the 4th quarter, I still just can’t relax until the final gun sounds. I don’t care if we are up two TDs; keep playing like the score is zero – zero.
    (Hey, waddaya want for a Saturday in October?!?)

  2. “If the election were held today, 51 percent of likely voters would vote for the Democrat in their district versus 39 percent who would vote for the Republican.”
    If the election were held today, Republican State Secretaries of State would steal 20% of the Dem vote and tack it onto their tallies.
    Oh wait, they’ll do the SAME THING in November.
    Diebolding is going to hurt this year, out in the open, as opposed to in 2002, 2003, and 2004, when it hurt in the hush of blog silence on the issue.
    The political gossip just doesn’t have the same zing if you can’t get your votes counted. Isn’t your head-hole getting kinda smelly? Maybe in December it will be time — finally — to ORGANIZE against the vote-fraud.
    And if you live in California, all out for Debra Bowen/Secretary of State, because if we can’t get a fair referee, our votes aren’t worth stink.
    — Paul in LA

  3. I’d vote for Debra Bowen for Sec of State, for Gov, for Congress; hell, I’d vote for her for President.
    – Robert in Debra’s state Assembly and Senate districts.

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