The Democrats’ Crisis

28Sep08

Democrats are responsible for having blocked GOP attempts to reign in Freddie and Fanny, the government agencies responsible for having created the mortgage crisis by implementing the liberal policy of giving mortgages to unqualified people.

If you find this debate interesting and want to see how the GOP can use this to its advantage, watch former Congressman Bob Schaffer kick the crap out of Rep. Mark Udall in a debate on Meet the Press today. The two are running for the U.S. Senate in Colorado, so the race is a big one.

The whuppin’ begins about 5 minutes in, and it’s a real pleasure to watch.

As of four days ago, Udall’s lead was down to 2%.

A day after two polls showed Democrat Mark Udall leading Republican Bob Schaffer by 8 percentage points in the fight for the U.S. Senate seat, a survey by another national polling firm released Wednesday showed a much tighter race.

The Rasmussen Reports poll gives Udall a slim two-point lead over Schaffer, 46 percent to 44 percent. Rasmussen gave Udall a six-point lead in its survey a month ago, and the survey’s authors said the latest numbers suggest the race is tightening. The telephone survey of 700 likely voters was conducted Tuesday and has a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.

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One Response to “The Democrats’ Crisis”

  1. 1 Anonymous

    I saw it and Udall got his butt kicked. He used the same tired old lines that Obama uses…blame Bush for everything, and we need change.. He thinks he’s a pretty boy Aspen-type who just needs to smile and he will get re-elected. What a dope!


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