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February 08, 2011

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Anonymous

Hes not exactly well known yet but Ron Paul supporters are drafting radio host Jack Hunter to run against him in 2014. Hes a star in the libertarian circles, which means lots of $$$.

Anonymous

Maybe he would be wise to go Independent in the absence of a strong Democratic challenger but a Tea Party challenge.

Dustin Ingalls

I cant imagine a Tea Partier ousting Brown in MA. Dems are even down double digits to him in the general. But be my guest on him and all those. Itll make Patty Murrays job retaining the Senate majority that much easier.

Anonymous

Rino in Chief Graham has to go!Tea Party intervention needed Brown MA Graham SC Hatch UT Lugar IN Snowe ME

Anonymous

Graham is in real trouble in S. Carolina. Then he starts to talk about amnesty for illegal immigrants,that alone will finish him off,along with all the other stupid things he has done and supported in the past.

Anonymous

Surprised you didnt test Tim Scott.

The Interesting Times

Anonymous:Maybe he would be wise to go Independent in the absence of a strong Democratic challenger but a Tea Party challenge.You mean follow the Charlie Crist model?

Trent Hill

Senators Lee Bright or Tom Davis. That's who will challenge him.

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