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April 13, 2010


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Tom,Do you think that Cals new T.V. Ad today, will have any impact on these numbers? A lot of my democratic friends in the Triad, have recently switched from Elaine, to Cal. This is going to be a nail biter! In the end, I will back either candidate, against Burr.


I wouldnt, be so sure. NC still has about 800,000 more registered, Dems than Repub. If the Dems, can get out the vote, even to a fraction of 2008 turn out, Burr will lose.


Irrespective of which Democrat wins the primaries, Republican Richard Burr will bury him/her come November.

Christian Liberty

Dustin, the registration advantage is puny compared to Massachusetts, which Democrats also lost. And NC Democrats are more likely to oppose Obamacare and support Burr for his principled stand against socialized medicine.


Burr is history-- He is an empty suit and a dodo bird, and the people of NC are realizing that they deserve better than him. He has proven himself to be a rubberstamp for the GOP obstruction machine that has destroyed manufacturing in NC and is destroying the middle class in this country. Ive spoken with him, he comes across as vacuous and uncaring-- he just votes the way his corporate paymasters tell him to. Mr. Bought-and-Paid-For


Anonymous wrote:> Burr is history-- He is an empty suit and a dodo bird, and the people of NC are realizing that they deserve better than him.Hear! Hear! Thats why Brad Jones is running against him!

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