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Christian Liberty

When voters decide early, usually undecideds swing the same way (towards Republicans in 2010). Unless and until something enormous changes, the narrative of the election remains the same: independents, undecideds, (and those who usually are not involved in politics early on) are are awakening to the radicalness and tyranny of the Democrats, which is all the more frightening because the establishment media will coddle Democrat misbehavior while amplifying any little faux pas on the right.

Christian Liberty

Independents prefer Republicans. This is a landslide election in which undecideds will swing Republican. Lincoln and Specter are not losing because Democrats are undecided; they are losing because Independents and Republicans are already decided. America is rejecting Democrats faster than they have in any previous election cycle in recent history. Which is why we can expect the landslide defeat of Democrats to be bigger than 1994 and likely the biggest defeat of Democrats since 1946.

Christian Liberty

Republicans are the ones who would ACTUALLY reform bad practices. Democrats are the party of WRONG ideas. Republicans are doing the RIGHT THING by opposing left-wing lunacy.Republicans are to be COMMENDED for opposing delusional left-wing ideas and the corrupt politics of the left.Republicans are more trustworthy on Wall Street Reform than the left-wing party of Goldman Sachs will ever be.

Christian Liberty

Republicans will win at least the Congress and the majority of governor seats, but likely the senate as well.

dustin

Christian Liberty,No offense, but you need to get a day job ! Please explain why your LOVELY REPUBLICANS, are so much against Wall-Street Reform!?!? I would wager to bet, that if this happens to continue, your Shady party of no, may very well stay the minority party!

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