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December 10, 2013


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John Walker

Looks like good news for future Senator Land.


An incumbent in a close governor's race, an incumbent AG in a dead heat with a little-known opponent, and a well-known ex-secretary of state in a dead heat? Those are signs of *trouble* for the Republicans, *not* momentum.

Come on, guys. Come on.


To add on to ScottyUrb—in a way northern Repubs and southern voters don't, Dems in northern states want to believe they are independent voters who often switch between parties. And back when Republicans didn't remove themselves from the running with jihadist tactics, they did.

As soon as campaign season starts, attack ads remind northern dems of the jihadism instantly, and they revert to form. Works like clockwork. Hence the magical disappearing approval of Scott Brown, Rick Berg, and Josh Mandel last year.


Count on Michigan unions to be loaded for bear -- I mean elephant -- this summer and fall. Michigan Republicans are little more than stooges for out-of-state interests who seek to bleed Michigan to enrich and pamper themselves.

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