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babylonsister Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-08-06 04:16 PM
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John Conyers: Dem Prospects Continue to Brighten (Part II)

Dem Prospects Continue to Brighten (Part II)
How About Those Tigers?

The ink was barely dry on my last post, when ever more damaging polls for the GOP came out. The latest Newsweek poll has the president down to a new low, 33%, and also shows Democrats ahead on every single issue of importance to the American public. This was accompanied by new stories showing that even more Republican seats were now considered "in play" including the Chairman of the NRCC, Tom Reynolds, who is trailing by 15% in his Western NY District according to the latest Buffalo News/Zogby poll. I was also happy to see stories that my own Governor Jennifer Granholm appeared to be solidifying her lead in Michigan as well, according to the latest Rasmussen poll.

Allow me to be a little off topic by heralding my Detroit Tigers, who won their series with the NY Yankees by 3 games to 1 yesterday. It proved the adage that good pitching beats good hitting, and our hitting was not too bad either. So its on to Oakland for the Division Series, and hopefully the World Series after that.
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