Another Piece Of My Mind (From "Myspace.Com")

John A. Quayle blueoval57 at VERIZON.NET
Mon Dec 1 20:40:37 MST 2008

2008 Senate Update

Dear Conservative,

We wanted to bring you a quick update on where things stand in the two US 
Senate races that are still undecided. As you recall, the Senate currently 
includes 58 Democrats, 2 less than a filibuster-proof majority, so the 
outcome of these two races is critical.

Minnesota - Recount resumes, Coleman still holds slim lead
Republican Senator Norm Coleman holds a 292 vote lead over funnyman 
candidate Al Franken. So far 86% of the votes statewide have been 
recounted, with the recount resuming today. Check out the links below for 
more information.
    * <>AP: 
Senate Recount to Resume in Minnesota
Democrats still have a slender chance of a filibuster-proof majority in Senate

Georgia - Runoff this Tuesday, December 2
Republican Senator Saxby Chambliss faces a fight in Georgia, where a 
statewide runoff with defeated opponent Jim Martin begins Tuesday. 
Chambliss beat Martin by three percentage points on Election Day, capturing 
49.8% of the vote, but because he didn't break 50%, Georgia election rules 
called for an automatic runoff. Bill Clinton and Al Gore are among the 
left-wing luminaries who have traveled to Georgia to campaign for Martin in 
recent weeks. Check out the links below for more information.
    * <>LA 
Times: Chambliss and Martin Face Senate Runoff in Georgia
    * <>USA 
Today: Campaigns in Ga. Senate runoff try to re-energize voters

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At 09:23 PM 12/1/2008, Steven Laib wrote:

>I believe that the bottom line answer is failure to communicate and get 
>the message across. I'm hoping to have time to put a piece together on the 
>Bush Administration's failure to communicate facts to the American public 
>that may have tarnished its reputation for decades.
>Steve L.
>Ernie Lane wrote:
>>Sure. And cheating is why he actually could win.
>>But cheating only works at the margins; it provides a little boost in an 
>>otherwise close race.  I guess this contest showed how bad the 
>>Republicans had it this year.  I mean, if Al (Freakin') Franken is even 
>>close, this tells us something.  Given all of Franken's shortcomings, 
>>there is no way an _incumbent_, even Norm Coleman, should have had much 
>>of a contest.
>>Nov 30, 2008 11:17:04 PM, <mailto:RUSHTALK at CSDCO.COM>RUSHTALK at CSDCO.COM 
>>At 10:11 PM 11/30/2008, Ernie Lane wrote:
>>>There is one thing (most) everyone can understand: paying taxes. Why is 
>>>this election as close as it is? Norm Coleman must be one hell of a douchebag.
>>         Al Franken sure is. But, as for Norm Coleman, I don't really 
>> know. I don't live in Minnesota.  Why is the election as close as it 
>> is? I'll bet my life that cheating is the root cause.
>>John Q.
>>>Nov 30, 2008 08:52:02 PM, <mailto:RUSHTALK at CSDCO.COM>RUSHTALK at CSDCO.COM 
>>>Ain’t That A Shame?
>>>Your corporation, Al Franken, Inc., failed to carry workers' 
>>>compensation insurance for employees from 2002 to 2005, according to New 
>>>York state officials. That was another $25,000. Oh, you've paid what you 
>>>owe, probably because it reflected poorly on your candidacy. Well, guess 
>>>what? It reflects poorly for you to even have found yourself in such a 
>>>mess in the first place. And you want to represent Minnesota?
>>>Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â  Mr. Franken, this country deserves a government 
>>>consisting of those who are of upstanding character. You apparently 
>>>cannot handle money properly. Bear in mind, too that a Senator 
>>>represents EVERYBODY, not just ideological brethren.
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