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  •  I'm getting worried, too much good news (7+ / 0-)

    But, what the hell, I do that all the time. It's a great pleasure to see Carmona looking at an upside. My concern closer to home is the Buy-a-Senate-Seat McMahon and Elizabeth Warren.

    I made my first political contributions to a single candidate in 2000. Good guy and a Democrat in another state, Vermont.

    Two years ago, I pitched in to Obama and a cluster-fuck of Orange to Blue folks and closer to home candidates. This year, My wife is ready to kill me, my Amex bill is huge, I'm maxed out on Obama and close on two other candidates. I'm glad I'm able to do that much. But I've got a list a little longer than Orange to Blue and I try to keep both in mind, even if small contributions.

    If only the campaign spam from supporting so many candidates weren't so bad. It will be worth if for every one of them that wins. This is the election of my 69 years that matters, other than maybe FDR defeats Dewey but I wasn't old enough to remember.

    •  Gas prices going down to boot (3+ / 0-)
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      pollbuster, bridav58, LordMike

      the repubs haven't tried to use it as an issue in a while cause it ends up hurting when the price goes down and your left silent. But as long as prices are declining it does mean also it's not a negative issue for Obama.

    •  The first openly gay U.S. Senate nominee (3+ / 0-)
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      LordMike, askew, lina

      He was totally blown out (albeit by a very, very good Republican).  Who would have thought that just 12 years later, we'd be in position to elect the first openly gay Senator in Wisconsin?  

      Check out my new blog: http://socalliberal.wordpress.com/

      by SoCalLiberal on Thu Sep 20, 2012 at 10:20:30 PM PDT

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