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totodeinhere Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-16-10 01:26 PM
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60. This should have been a runaway.
I still doubt that Brown will actually win, but even if he makes it close it's a bad omen for November. Some people want to practice wishful thinking and put their heads in the sand and continue to believe that everything is OK with the Dem majority. Those people do that at their own peril. A few months before the 1994 election it was considered unthinkable that the GOP could take Congress. Even they didn't think they could. But we all know what happened.

The time is now to jettison the DLC types and traitor Joe and the rest and move back toward the progressive ideals that Obama ran on. I don't think it's too late, but if the Dems continue to fuck around it soon might be.
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  -If Coakley Loses, Expect Massive Dems Losses Later This Year Yavin4  Jan-15-10 12:45 AM   #0 
  - January is not November  liberalpragmatist   Jan-15-10 12:48 AM   #1 
  - Not Every Candidate Has The Charisma of Obama or Clinton  Yavin4   Jan-15-10 12:53 AM   #3 
     - What's the most likely spin going to be if she loses? Who will get the blame or credit?  timeforpeace   Jan-15-10 09:37 AM   #27 
     - Whoever is liked or disliked by whoever is doing the spin, I would assume  quakerboy   Jan-15-10 11:05 PM   #47 
     - No disrepect to  politicasista   Jan-15-10 04:56 PM   #36 
  - Sounds like you are seduced by that "invigorated right wing" horse shit  The_Casual_Observer   Jan-15-10 12:53 AM   #2 
  - Off Year Elections Are About The Base of Both Parties  Yavin4   Jan-15-10 12:56 AM   #5 
  - They don't have to have a fix.  burning rain   Jan-15-10 01:08 AM   #10 
  - I wouldn't say that  inthebrain   Jan-15-10 12:55 AM   #4 
  - There's gonna get more left out in the cold if there are 41 Rethug Senators  treestar   Jan-15-10 05:05 PM   #39 
     - Yes they do. Wouldn't it be nice if they were feeling the heat for that.  Hansel   Jan-16-10 01:34 PM   #61 
  - Or it might mean she's run a weak campaign and some people liked  pnwmom   Jan-15-10 12:59 AM   #6 
  - Win or lose, this race should have been a runaway for the Democrats.  David Zephyr   Jan-15-10 01:04 AM   #7 
  - If you look at polling data Obama is way more popular in Massachusetts  quiller4   Jan-15-10 12:39 PM   #31 
  - Why don't you blame Obama? He's the one who took impeachment off the table. He has no passion or  katandmoon   Jan-15-10 01:04 AM   #8 
  - It's not as simple as blaming one man  inthebrain   Jan-15-10 01:18 AM   #14 
  - I'm not blaming one man. I'm blaming lots of people. I'm asking the OP why OP doesn't blame Obama  katandmoon   Jan-15-10 01:32 AM   #16 
  - Took impeachment off the table? Who was he going to impeach, himself???  phleshdef   Jan-15-10 08:39 AM   #25 
  - LOL. And now they think the President controls impeachment, too.  DevonRex   Jan-15-10 09:42 AM   #29 
     - So, are you laughing because Obama called for ignoring BushCo's lawbreaking?  katandmoon   Jan-16-10 12:17 AM   #49 
     - The President is duty bound to enforce the law. Obama has given a pass to John Yoo  IndianaGreen   Jan-16-10 12:43 PM   #56 
  - You need to read the constitution again. You might have missed  DevonRex   Jan-15-10 09:41 AM   #28 
  - obama took impeachment off the-- what the hell.... and what's a "regug"?  dionysus   Jan-15-10 11:30 AM   #30 
  - This isnt just any old seat, this was Kennedey's for decades  DJ13   Jan-15-10 01:07 AM   #9 
  - The Teabaggers on Twitter are orgasmic over a new telephone poll  Bill219   Jan-15-10 01:08 AM   #11 
  - Ok, *now* they're hallucinating. Brown up by 15? Sure! n/t  Blaukraut   Jan-15-10 01:14 AM   #12 
  - Only a few wins and the Dems on the Hill, will fold everytime a  OHdem10   Jan-15-10 01:17 AM   #13 
  - That this is even being discussed is problematic  depakid   Jan-15-10 01:29 AM   #15 
  - Even if Coakley wins, the closeness of this race is an ill omen.  burning rain   Jan-15-10 01:33 AM   #17 
  - Nuclear option is a double edged sword  karynnj   Jan-15-10 09:13 AM   #26 
     - True, Republicans would pass *some* more bad measures with 51, than 60.  burning rain   Jan-16-10 01:13 PM   #59 
  - Sez who? From down here, it looks like the real problem is...  TreasonousBastard   Jan-15-10 02:20 AM   #18 
  - Mass. is a bellweather. Mmm. Sure thing.  JeffR   Jan-15-10 02:43 AM   #19 
  - All politics are local  One_Life_To_Give   Jan-15-10 06:07 AM   #20 
  - That would be because Patrick has been an ineffectual Governor and Obama is shaping up...  Tesha   Jan-15-10 08:33 AM   #24 
     - Opinions are like armpits...  BklnDem75   Jan-15-10 04:37 PM   #34 
        - Well argued; highly persuasive. (NT)  Tesha   Jan-16-10 12:40 PM   #55 
  - The only GOOD thing in a Brown win is that it would be an early wake up call....  Clio the Leo   Jan-15-10 07:27 AM   #21 
  - And after the "wake up" call what will happen?  golfguru   Jan-15-10 04:57 PM   #37 
     - Has nothing to do with policy....  Clio the Leo   Jan-15-10 05:54 PM   # 
  - Or maybe it's a sign that running uninspiring establishment candidates is dumb this year  BeyondGeography   Jan-15-10 07:59 AM   #22 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Jan-15-10 08:24 AM   #23 
  - Get over yourself.  Aramchek   Jan-15-10 12:44 PM   #32 
  - The Problem Is That Dem Leadership Still Believes In Corporatism  Yavin4   Jan-15-10 12:59 PM   #33 
  - from your keyboard to Chris Harball Matthew's mouth......  FrenchieCat   Jan-15-10 04:46 PM   #35 
  - What do other states care who MA elects?  treestar   Jan-15-10 05:02 PM   #38 
  - Politics does not happen in isolation.  harkadog   Jan-15-10 05:54 PM   #40 
  - That is what you are claiming  treestar   Jan-15-10 07:32 PM   #42 
     - Maybe a 100 or 150 years ago  harkadog   Jan-16-10 10:32 AM   #50 
        - You have said nothing there that supports the idea we are all  treestar   Jan-16-10 12:27 PM   #54 
           - I think your exposure to politics has been at a computer  harkadog   Jan-16-10 01:00 PM   #58 
  - Coakley's Loss Will Super Energize The Republican Base  Yavin4   Jan-15-10 06:25 PM   #41 
     - Why don't we, say, just for the heck of it, do the same thing ourselves?  treestar   Jan-15-10 07:35 PM   #43 
        - Dem Leaders Need To Inspire The Base  Yavin4   Jan-15-10 08:08 PM   #44 
           - No one tells them to shut up  treestar   Jan-16-10 12:26 PM   #53 
           - could be that this Senate race is an indicator on both corporate Dems and corporate-protected  nightrain   Jan-16-10 03:23 PM   #66 
  - You should blame Obama for this -- at least partially  brentspeak   Jan-15-10 08:23 PM   #45 
  - That Is True - A Good Leader Inspires Passion  Yavin4   Jan-15-10 08:37 PM   #46 
  - Historically speaking  Ildem09   Jan-15-10 11:10 PM   #48 
  - What if she wins?  WI_DEM   Jan-16-10 11:05 AM   #51 
  - Will she join the Blue Dogs and vote for the Great Health Insurance Bail Out, or  IndianaGreen   Jan-16-10 12:44 PM   #57 
     - I reckon she'll join either the Blue Dog caucus or the New Dems. We got into  nightrain   Jan-16-10 03:12 PM   #65 
  - If Coakley loses, it will be associated with Dems' disgust with  nightrain   Jan-16-10 11:14 AM   #52 
  - This should have been a runaway.  totodeinhere   Jan-16-10 01:26 PM   #60 
  - The health care issue will be done and Obama will make adjustments and move on.  Hansel   Jan-16-10 01:38 PM   #62 
  - She isn't going to lose. n/t  busymom   Jan-16-10 01:38 PM   #63 
  - Oh, just what we need a downer post, predicting doom and gloom.  wisteria   Jan-16-10 01:40 PM   #64 
 

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