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msanger Donating Member (737 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Sep-04-03 01:56 PM
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24. Virginia
Will go Dem for the first time since LBJ. We have a Dem governor, and there is just as much anger here at bush and what he's done to the country as anywhere else.

I think bush is going to lose in a landslide - he'll take Texas and maybe a few other southern states.

but when all the dems unite and we've got a couple of million folks making calls, going door to door, writing their newspapers, and working their butts off -- bush will be toast.

I mean seriously, how much passion FOR bush is there. Those who support him support him because he is their president, not because they actually like him.
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  -What States Are in Play in 2004? Composed Thinker  Sep-04-03 01:24 PM   #0 
  - Ohio and WV  graham67   Sep-04-03 01:26 PM   #1 
  - That makes sense  Composed Thinker   Sep-04-03 01:29 PM   #2 
  - Oklahoma actually has a Democratic legislature  ButterflyBlood   Sep-04-03 01:34 PM   #7 
  - Yes, we dem's in Ohio have noticed that as well....  liberalnurse   Sep-04-03 01:46 PM   #15 
  - Ohio, West Virginia, Lousiana, and Florida  sgr2   Sep-04-03 02:11 PM   #28 
  - Crucial swing states  wuushew   Sep-04-03 01:29 PM   #3 
  - NC could be....  phillybri   Sep-04-03 01:32 PM   #4 
  - I don't think so  wuushew   Sep-04-03 01:35 PM   #8 
     - NC might surprise people  GreenInNC   Sep-04-03 08:12 PM   #56 
  - Missouri, Colorado and Arizona  ButterflyBlood   Sep-04-03 01:33 PM   #5 
  - Wyoming just elected a Democratic governor.  denverbill   Sep-04-03 01:33 PM   #6 
  - no, actually  ButterflyBlood   Sep-04-03 01:40 PM   #10 
  - Kansas, I'm sorry to say  dofus   Sep-04-03 01:38 PM   #9 
  - Hey dofus  SavageWombat   Sep-04-03 01:48 PM   #16 
  - Not So Fast,  sleipnir   Sep-04-03 02:36 PM   #30 
     - What helps,  dofus   Sep-04-03 04:39 PM   #34 
  - Well  TheYellowDog   Sep-04-03 01:44 PM   #11 
  - Gore won California by over a million votes  CoolerKing   Sep-04-03 01:49 PM   #17 
  - It IS large  TheYellowDog   Sep-04-03 01:51 PM   #20 
  - the only reason Vermont was fairly close  ButterflyBlood   Sep-04-03 01:54 PM   #22 
  - A-hem . . . hrrmmmph.  TacticalPeak   Sep-04-03 05:01 PM   #35 
  - Iowa, Missouri. maybe Nevada and Florida  terryg11   Sep-04-03 01:44 PM   #12 
  - Yucca Mountain  TheYellowDog   Sep-04-03 01:45 PM   #13 
     - It is if I have anything to say about it!  Argumentus   Sep-04-03 01:59 PM   #27 
  - There are 21 swing states  wuushew   Sep-04-03 01:46 PM   #14 
  - All of the states are in play  HawkeyeX   Sep-04-03 01:49 PM   #18 
     - Huh?  Composed Thinker   Sep-04-03 01:54 PM   #23 
     - bring up a good point  terryg11   Sep-04-03 01:57 PM   #26 
  - Here is the definitive answer: It depends  Bombtrack   Sep-04-03 01:50 PM   #19 
  - what's the deal with dean?  DinoBoy   Sep-04-03 03:09 PM   #31 
  - Dean could do bad  NewJerseyDem   Sep-04-03 05:49 PM   #38 
  - No, you don't know your politics  Bombtrack   Sep-04-03 06:37 PM   #47 
     - You claim to be a policy analyst but  depakote_kid   Sep-04-03 06:55 PM   #51 
  - Bombtrack, this is truly interesting; however,  TacticalPeak   Sep-04-03 05:59 PM   #39 
  - that is a very interesting:  Donna Zen   Sep-04-03 06:03 PM   #41 
     - Do you see Maine splitting its electoral votes?  wuushew   Sep-04-03 06:06 PM   #43 
     - Maine would go for most major dems  Bombtrack   Sep-04-03 06:48 PM   #49 
     - probably not enter  Bombtrack   Sep-04-03 06:45 PM   #48 
        - Well. let's say  TacticalPeak   Sep-04-03 07:03 PM   #52 
  - Ohio, WV, Montana, Arkansas maybe Florida  RobertFrancisK   Sep-04-03 01:53 PM   #21 
  - Virginia  msanger   Sep-04-03 01:56 PM   #24 
  - How is that anger reflected?  Composed Thinker   Sep-04-03 01:57 PM   #25 
  - What part of VA are you in?  Japhy_Ryder   Sep-04-03 02:13 PM   #29 
  - More nuanced view of Virginia  carolinayellowdog   Sep-04-03 04:13 PM   #32 
  - Virginia Dem?  kwolf68   Sep-04-03 05:36 PM   #37 
  - are you trippin ?  uptohere   Sep-04-03 06:03 PM   #40 
  - It depends on who the nominee is.  CentristDemocrat   Sep-04-03 04:16 PM   #33 
  - I agree, it really depends.  tjdee   Sep-04-03 06:05 PM   #42 
  - How about Nevada  devinsgram   Sep-04-03 05:07 PM   #36 
  - All of them except for VA  uptohere   Sep-04-03 06:09 PM   #44 
  - There it is. A perfect storm is perfectly possible.  TacticalPeak   Sep-04-03 06:22 PM   #45 
  - Oklahoma.  spotbird   Sep-04-03 06:22 PM   #46 
  - Hawai'i will go Democrat  The Sushi Bandit   Sep-04-03 06:53 PM   #50 
  - MO and WV will decide the next election  Lefty48197   Sep-04-03 07:37 PM   #53 
  - Don't bet on California  knight_of_the_star   Sep-04-03 07:40 PM   #54 
     - If California goes red.....  wuushew   Sep-04-03 07:44 PM   #55 
 

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