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Monday, October 27, 2014

Michelle Nunn (D-GA) Running Is Away From Harry Reid

Most Democratic Party candidates for Senate are running away from President Obama. Michelle Nunn who is running for the open senate seat in Georgia against Republican David Perdue is running from both President Obama and now Harry Reid.

In a Sunday debate Ms Nunn who has a slight .6% lead in the RCP average, was asked if elected would she support Harry Reid to return as Majority Leader should the Dems keep the senate? She said a lot of things in her two minute answer but not one of them could be considered an answer to the question.


6 comments:

Jeff Dunetz said...

I will guarantee you Hillary is supporting Jeb in this effort.

Jeff Dunetz said...

A vote for Jeb means a vote for liberalism. Fed up conservatives will stay home in droves and Shillary will be the next president, guaranteed.

Jeff Dunetz said...

I will not vote for another Bush. Period.

Jeff Dunetz said...

Please, please NO!

Jeff Dunetz said...

Jeb bush won't survive a primary. The Republican Party Elite may be that stupid but the average Republican voter is not.

Jeff Dunetz said...

I don't think it's a given that either Jeb or Hillary is a lock for the nomination, so I don't believe that Hillary will be a sure thing for election in 2016, let alone re-election in 2020. Frankly I hope both go down in flames. First, regarding Jeb, I have the feeling the anti-Jeb sentiments are against a third member of a "dynasty" than against his record personally.
Now, about Hillary, I think a lot of Democrats think she is just like Bill. She is NOT. Her radical positions contrast with Bill's relatively moderate record (which, after reflection, was not as bad as many thought--if we forget Monicagate, the problem was that he tacked to the left immediately after election, which was a contradiction of the policies that won him the presidency). After eight years of this administration, I do not think that the country will tolerate four (never mind eight) years of the same or worse.
I have very little tolerance for the "A vote for ______ is a vote for _______" line, as aliswell states. If "fed-up conservatives" stay home, and Hillary is elected, then they will get exactly what they deserve. Whether or not you like the nominee (and, contrary to most who probably are going to comment, "moderation" is not a dirty word), unless there is truly a problem with both candidates, hold your nose if you want, but vote for the candidate which is SOMEWHAT palatable relative to the other.