Network News

X My Profile
View More Activity

Super Duper Tuesday Viewer's Guide

It's a very busy primary election night with 12 states -- that contain 20 percent of the nation's population! -- voting in primaries, runoffs and a special election.

Since the Fix aims to be your source for all things campaign-related, we thought it might be nice to give Fixistas an hour-by-hour look at the races to watch as well as links to where you can track the information yourself.

Also, don't forget that you can follow the proceedings all night here at the Fix, PostPolitics.com and via Twitter at "The Fix". (Do yourself a favor and follow the deputy Fixes at "FixFelicia" and "FixAaron" too; they will be tweeting the night away.)

7 p.m. poll closing

* Georgia (election results): The action is all in the 9th district, where former state Rep. Tom Graves and former state Sen. Lee Hawkins -- both Republicans -- are vying to fill the remainder of former Rep. Nathan Deal's (R) term. Graves, who led the May 11 special election primary with 35 percent, is the likely winner. One interesting factoid here: This is the only federal race on the ballot nationwide where the winner will become a member of Congress.

* South Carolina (election results): The big national story in the Palmetto State is in the Republican governor's race. Not only is it the race to replace disgraced (and term-limited) Gov. Mark Sanford, but the frontrunner -- state Rep. Nikki Haley -- has had to battle allegations of infidelity during the final weeks of the campaign. She has categorically denied the charges, and, if polling is to be believed, the attacks have actually strengthened her electoral hand. The central question is whether she can avoid a June 22 runoff by winning more than 50 percent of the vote tonight -- an unlikely but not impossible prospect. Also keep an eye on the upstate 4th district, where Rep. Bob Inglis (R) is fighting for his political life after committing the ultimate no-no in a GOP primary: voting for the Troubled Asset Relief Program. And, open-seat GOP primaries in the 1st and 3rd districts will likely select the next members of congress from these Republican-friendly seats.

* Virginia (election results): There are three good Republican primaries in the 2nd, 5th and 11th Congressional districts. Establishment favorites are expected to win in the 2nd (auto dealer Scott Rigell) and the 5th (state Sen. Robert Hurt). The 11th, which takes in much of Northern Virginia, features a very spirited primary between 2008 nominee Keith Fimian and Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Herrity. The 2nd and 5th will be major Republican pickup opportunities in the fall, while the 11th -- currently held by Rep. Gerry Connolly (D) -- is a bit more of a longshot. (Read more on the Virginia primaries in Ben Pershing's "What to Watch For" post.)

* Merry Strasmas!: Washington Nationals wunderkind Stephen Strasburg will make his major league debut tonight at Nationals Park. First pitch is expected around 7:07 p.m.

8 p.m. poll closing

* Maine (election results): Democrats and Republicans are both hosting VERY crowded primary fights in the races to replace term-limited Gov. John Baldacci (D). State Senate President Libby Mitchell has received most of the -- limited -- national attention that has been paid to the race by dint of her endorsement from former President Bill Clinton. But, she is no lock for the nomination as state Attorney General Steve Rowe is also running strong. The Republican race is even more muddled with businessman Les Otten, state Sen. Peter Mills, former congressional aide Steve Abbott and Waterville Mayor Paul LaPage all regarded as potential winners. No matter what happens in Maine, we will have nominees for each party tonight as there is no runoff law in the state.

* New Jersey (election results): One of the best/worst political states in the country is surprisingly quiet tonight. The most interesting race is the Republican primary in the 3rd district where former Philadelphia Eagle Jon Runyan faces off against 2008 nominee Justin Murphy.

8:30 p.m. poll closing

* Arkansas (election results): The marquee race of the night is the Arkansas Senate runoff between Sen. Blanche Lincoln (D) and Lt. Gov. Bill Halter (D). Organized labor, which has dumped millions of dollars into the race to beat Lincoln, is increasingly confident that Halter will win. But even top union sources warn that predictions of a large win for their side are premature due to the vagaries of runoff turnout. If Lincoln loses, she will be the third Senator to fall in an intraparty fight this year -- the most since 1980, when four incumbents lost. Also watch the Democratic runoffs in the 1st and 2nd congressional districts -- both are not only major Republican pickup chances in the fall but also areas where Lincoln ran strong in the May 18 primary and needs to do so again to have a chance of beating back Halter.

9 p.m. poll closing

* South Dakota (election results): With Gov. Mike Rounds (R) term-limited out of office, there is a very spirited GOP primary to replace him. The frontrunners appear to be Lt. Gov. Dennis Daugaard and state Senate Majority Leader Dave Knudson. In a state where no Democrat has been elected governor since 1974, winning the GOP primary may well be tantamount to being the next chief executive of the state. In South Dakota's lone House seat, Republicans have another competitive primary with Secretary of State Chris Nelson facing off against two state representatives. The winner will face Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (D) in the fall.

* Lakers-Celtics, Game 3: The setting switches to Boston as Kobe and Paul try to steal one back from triple double machine Rajon Rondo and hot shooting Ray Allen who, weirdly, once sat next to the Fix and Mrs. Fix at a Broadway show. And, yes, the Fix always wanted to be a sports reporter.

10 p.m. poll closing

* Iowa (election results): Former four-term Gov. Terry Branstad is the solid favorite in the Republican governor's primary and, assuming he wins, the frontrunner in the fall against embattled Gov. Chet Culver (D). Former Govs. Mitt Romney (Mass.) and Sarah Palin (Alaska) have endorsed Branstad and are almost certain to immediately take credit for a win. In the Des Moines area 3rd district, a crowded Republican primary fight will come to an end -- a race that features, among others, former Iowa State wrestling coach Jim Gibbons. Republicans believe Rep. Leonard Boswell (D), who has held the 3rd (or some variation of it) since 1996, is vulnerable this fall.

* Montana (election results): Whole lotta nothing going on in the Last Best Place.

* Nevada (election results): The tea party looks likely to nominate another one of their own in the Silver State as former state assemblywoman Sharron Angle entered GOP primary day as the clear favorite in the race to face Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.). An Angle victory would be touted as a victory by the Reid forces who believe she is unelectable in the fall. But in the latest independent polling on the race, the two candidates were running even in a general election matchup. While the Reid race (or the race to face Reid) has drawn most of the attention, it's a near certain that Gov. Jim Gibbons (R), who has been engulfed in scandal almost since the day he took over in 2006, will lose to former U.S. District Judge Brian Sandoval tonight. Democrats will nominate Clark County Commission Chairman Rory Reid, son of Harry, tonight, but Sandoval -- if he wins the Republican nod -- will enter the general election as a favorite.

11 p.m. poll closing

* California (election results): In a state known for drama -- electoral and otherwise -- the major contests in the Golden State seem headed for blowouts. Gubernatorial candidate and former eBay CEO Meg Whitman bounced back from a Republican primary scare against state Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner a few weeks ago. Now the only question is how much she will win by (and how much she will have spent per vote). There is slightly more doubt about the result of the California Republican Senate primary -- but not much. Polls in the last week have suggested former Hewlett Packard executive Carly Fiorina has pulled away from former Rep. Tom Campbell and state Assemblyman Chuck DeVore. Fiorina's team wants to run up a large margin of victory to build momentum for the general election fight against Sen. Barbara Boxer (D). In House races, Rep. Jane Harman (D) faces a real primary from her ideological left but should win. The Republican primary in the open 19th district and the Democratic primary in the open 33rd district will determine the next members of Congress.

* North Dakota (election results): Sen. Byron Dorgan's (D) retirement creates an open seat in the state, but neither Gov. John Hoeven (R) nor state Sen. Tracy Potter (D) face any competition in their respective primaries. And, Hoeven is an overwhelming favorite to claim the seat for Republicans in November.

By Chris Cillizza  |  June 8, 2010; 4:25 PM ET
Categories:  Governors , House , Senate  
Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   Del.icio.us   StumbleUpon   Technorati   Google Buzz   Previous: Most top 2010 races being waged in (Hillary) Clinton country
Next: Blanche Lincoln wins Arkansas Senate race; Nikki Haley in SC runoff

Comments


Boxer is ahead of Fiorina

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | June 8, 2010 11:21 PM | Report abuse

Posted by: Noacoler | June 8, 2010 7:00 PM
Tôi tin ông là người già Mỹ gốc Việt còn căm thù chính phủ cộng sản Việt Nam. Người thanh niên không có như long căm thù,ông nên quên và tiến lên

Oh snap, Noacoler!

Posted by: Nosy_Parker | June 8, 2010 10:41 PM | Report abuse

Meg Whitman has spent 70 million of her money on her campaign. Holy Mackerel!!!!

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | June 8, 2010 10:02 PM | Report abuse

Lincoln, with 3 counties reporting is 3,000 ahead....but it is way too early to predict this one.

She may pull ahead and leave Halter in the dust. Arkansas loves Bill Clinton and it was a smart move for the Former President to go down there.

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | June 8, 2010 9:54 PM | Report abuse

@bwj,

Excuse me for answering on your behalf. I knew you were too much of a gentleman to kiss and tell. And besides, NOTHING happened, right? Right?

Posted by: 12BarBlues | June 8, 2010 9:43 PM | Report abuse

broadway

ProCounsel too. He comes out of his cage every day to post half sentences and take up all the screens.

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | June 8, 2010 9:43 PM | Report abuse

Sadly, Sarah P had issues with, er, trombones. Oh well. ;)

Posted by: broadwayjoe | June 8, 2010 9:41 PM | Report abuse

37th wrote: What were the names of the white girls who rejected you ?
-------------------------------------
Well, I, uh, personally talked to those two girls. And they say, they had to SAY they rejected him because, well they are in politics, and this kind of thing is kinda frowned on. But, I can report their first names are Sarah and Michele, but I can't tell you their last names.

Posted by: 12BarBlues | June 8, 2010 9:32 PM | Report abuse

Doomed to repeat history:

"As of Jan 3 10:17aET, 37th owned 14 (+3) of 64 (+6) total entries, raising the subject’s percentage of total postings to this string from 19% to 22%.

Number and percentage of on-topic postings: 0 and 0%

1) Simplistic insult of individuals and groups: 22 (+2)
2) Paranoiac accusations: 6 (+1)
3) Rote repetition of fantasy scenarios 19 (+4)
4) Projection (accusing others of behavior exhibited by the subject) 9 (+2)

Subject has initiated posting to two additional strings. Data currently being collected and analyzed. When sufficient data has been collected results will be posted to those strings."

Posted by: broadwayjoe | June 8, 2010 9:21 PM | Report abuse

Obama is not handling the oil spill properly

The oil spill Act says the president should direct the mitigation of the spill.

AND yet, Obama is deferring to Tony Hayward - WHO OBAMA HAS YET TO EVEN SPEAK TO ON THE TELEPHONE.

And yet, Obama took almost A MILLION DOLLARS from BP in campaign cash.

WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE ???

.

Posted by: 37thand0street | June 8, 2010 9:19 PM | Report abuse

@noa, I notice Mrs. Randhawa wanted no part of that lie detector test her male "friends" wanted her to take. Gone is her earlier flat denial of the extra-curriculars. Now she's switched to the loser's non-denial denial, i.e., you can't prove it.

Posted by: broadwayjoe | June 8, 2010 9:17 PM | Report abuse

Broadwayjoe


What were the names of the white girls who rejected you ?


We all know these incidents are the source of all your hatred towards white people.

And why you scream racism at every chance you get.

I left last year because I didnt want to deal with you all gloating - and I was waiting for Obama to mess up - which he has in a massive fashion.


So, for all your idiocy - keep going - I don't care.


What were the names of the white women ???


.

Posted by: 37thand0street | June 8, 2010 9:14 PM | Report abuse

Results so far indicate "family values" candidate Mrs. Nimrata Randhawa (media name "Nikki Haley") will have to go to a runoff with Gresham Barrett. Developing...

Posted by: broadwayjoe | June 8, 2010 9:09 PM | Report abuse

I got on Haley's mailings somehow. Then came the one announcing the Palin endorsement. I wrote back that I didn't want to support a campaign that considered a Palin nod to be anything but an embarrassment.

Posted by: Noacoler | June 8, 2010 9:01 PM | Report abuse

TBN, thanks for the support. Let's hope fake 37's Mom calms him down with a yummy double mayonaisse sandwich. :)

Posted by: broadwayjoe | June 8, 2010 8:59 PM | Report abuse

Hot summer day is about to,Open the wardrobe is not yet found love after
another the right clothes? So, also waiting for? Immediate action bar!
Welcome to { http://www.smalltrade.net } sure you will find what you need.
Moreover, the company has a good reputation, product quality standards,
at reasonable prices. Over the years, has been well received by overseas
friends for their support. Therefore, please rest assured purchase.

!!!!!!!!!!!!!! http://www.smalltrade.net !!!!!!!!!!!!
` ╰—┘ 。 ┅★`_、
│\__╭╭╭╭╭__/│   
│           │  
│           │ 
│ ●       ● │ 
│≡    o    ≡│
│           │ 
╰——┬O◤▽◥O┬——╯
   |  o  |
   |╭---╮| ┌┬┬┬┐ 
╞╧╧╧╧══╧╧╧╧╧╧╧╧╡

Posted by: itkonlyyou108 | June 8, 2010 8:54 PM | Report abuse

TBN, thanks for the support but let 37 vent. He'll eventually end up with his friends, blown out of the blogosphere. I hear the trolls' roll call in the sky right now. Sound off...

Dianne 72. Present
JakeD/JakeD2. Present
Aspergirl. Present
The Real 37. Present
King of Kook. Present

They are waiting for you to join them, fake 37. :)

Posted by: broadwayjoe | June 8, 2010 8:50 PM | Report abuse

For all entries dealing with our President, which is off topic......
Are you honestly hoping that Saviour Saint Sarah runs for President???

A little diddy for ya:


Oh say can you see,
By the light of her porch
What so proudly you think,
That she’s the GOP’s last hope
Who’s God’s hand and twangy voice
Through her busy schedule
Gave proof to us all
That she was quite indeed clueless
Oh say does Saint Palin keep talking and yacking
Through the land of the moose
And the home of the bridge

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | June 8, 2010 8:50 PM | Report abuse


didn't polls close in Maine???????

RIDE HERD !!!!

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | June 8, 2010 8:46 PM | Report abuse

From January 2009, malis's memorable fatal takedown of the robo-troll "37" who today's fake "37" emulates:
_____________________

"Update: A Study on Motivation and Societal Impact of the Extremist-Obsessive Blog Poster
Subject: “37th” (shortname for subject using approximately 20 different variations of a userID containing the root phrase “37thandO”)

Subject’s postings (through Jan 2, 4:56pET) to the string “Best House Campaigns of 2008” were previously collected and classified in four defined categories. This entry appends subject’s additional posting.

As of Jan 3 10:17aET, 37th owned 14 (+3) of 64 (+6) total entries, raising the subject’s percentage of total postings to this string from 19% to 22%.

Number and percentage of on-topic postings: 0 and 0%

1) Simplistic insult of individuals and groups: 22 (+2)
2) Paranoiac accusations: 6 (+1)
3) Rote repetition of fantasy scenarios 19 (+4)
4) Projection (accusing others of behavior exhibited by the subject) 9 (+2)

Subject has initiated posting to two additional strings. Data currently being collected and analyzed. When sufficient data has been collected results will be posted to those strings.

Posted by: malis | January 3, 2009 2:30 PM"

Posted by: broadwayjoe | June 8, 2010 8:43 PM | Report abuse

Hey 37-----Net addicted much?

broadwayjoe is my net friend 37.

Quit posting stupid entries and flooding.
I'm the only one allowed to flood because I type so darn fast.

And you are always insulting.


Posted by: TheBabeNemo | June 8, 2010 8:43 PM | Report abuse

Should I continue, or should I just let everyone off easy ?

Posted by: 37thand0street | June 8, 2010 8:33 PM
-----------------------------
What's wrong, 37th. Feeling a little bit wounded?

You need to know something: he who strikes back, strikes back because he is wounded.

Posted by: 12BarBlues | June 8, 2010 8:43 PM | Report abuse


this column is not about President Obama.

7pm closing......the winners
Graves
Haley
Connor
Loftis
R. Wittman
Loyola
R. Hurt
Berry
Fimian

Do I get my t-shirt????

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | June 8, 2010 8:37 PM | Report abuse

Just remember


Dorchester and Congress is the corner in Boston where the original Tea Party took place.

.

Posted by: 37thand0street | June 8, 2010 8:36 PM | Report abuse

@risejugger:

All social safety nets ended in favor of open competiteveness .. no unemployment insurance, no food stamps, no AFDC. No restrictions on outsourcing jobs, no minimum wage. You'll take ten cents an hour and if don't like it there are plenty waiting in line outside.

And, of course, automatic weapons in vending machines. In airports.

Welcome to the free market. It will be glorious.

Posted by: Noacoler | June 8, 2010 8:34 PM | Report abuse

obama

should ask not for whom the ass is kicked

for it is obama's ass which is kicked......

Posted by: ProCounsel | June 8, 2010 8:34 PM | Report abuse

I can write the history of others on this blog as well

Broadwayjoe


Broadwayjoe - started his racial resentment when he attempted to gain the affections of several white women - but was turned away each time. Since then, broadwayjoe has been looking for racism under every rock. The slightest statement - no matter how innocent - is enough to set him off into a racial tirade against white people.

Noacole -


Ddawd

Should I continue, or should I just let everyone off easy ?


.

Posted by: 37thand0street | June 8, 2010 8:33 PM | Report abuse

37, Piggly Wiggly closes in 15 minutes. Just time to run down and redeem your 23 smashed soda cans for cash. All the best.

Posted by: broadwayjoe | June 8, 2010 8:23 PM | Report abuse

It would be interesting to see how the Tea Party would govern; or should I say, try to govern!

I would guarantee a Democratic landslide in the next election. The Tea Party is all about emotions and says what everbody thinks they want to hear. Then they find out what Tea Party government really means.

Unregulated big business running nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain? Health insurance companies running healthcare, no recourse to torte law for malpractice, and creditors dictating bankruptcy laws? No EPA to keep business from dumping anything they want into the air we breath and the water we drink.

Yeah, I can't wait to see the part try that with an electorate that loves to build prisons, but "not in my backyard!"

Posted by: risejugger | June 8, 2010 8:19 PM | Report abuse

It would be interesting to see how the Tea Party would govern; or should I say, try to govern!

I would guarantee a Democratic landslide in the next election. The Tea Party is all about emotions and says what everbody thinks they want to hear. Then they find out what Tea Party government really means.

Unregulated big business running nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain? Health insurance companies running healthcare, no recourse to torte law for malpractice, and creditors dictating bankruptcy laws? No EPA to keep business from dumping anything they want into the air we breath and the water we drink.

Yeah, I can't wait to see the part try that with an electorate that loves to build prisons, but "not in my backyard!"

Posted by: risejugger | June 8, 2010 8:19 PM | Report abuse

Great Post by Blade! A must read for the fake 37. An excerpt:
_________________

....37th&O is an interesting case. This is the street address of an entrance to Georgetown University, leading some to conclude this was a GU student. The original 37th posted leading up to the 2008 election and disappeared. There's a searing post by Malis that some occasionally reference. The new 37th appeared in the last year. The handle is different (one used a zero, the other an "Oh") and the new 37th has spammed the comments section at times--by which I define taking up to half of the comments section via liberal use of carriage returns. The original 37th had posts that generally started with three lines with a single period. A warning of sorts.

****

Posted by: FairlingtonBlade | June 7, 2010 10:42 PM "

35, 36, __, 38, 39,...

Posted by: broadwayjoe | June 8, 2010 8:12 PM | Report abuse

37thand0stree:
"he was ALWAYS A BUNCH OF LIES AND DECEPTIONS."

He's a politician. I suppose McCain would have been so much better? Not to mention darling Sarah, who's a paragon of trust and honesty.

Posted by: presto668 | June 8, 2010 8:09 PM | Report abuse

reuserre, I co-sign. Brown is a pol who actually looks out for his constituents, works hard at his job and has not lined his pockets while serving the public.

Posted by: margaretmeyers | June 8, 2010 7:47 PM | Report abuse

Parting shots about Nimrata and such...

Mrs. Nimrata Randhawa (media name "Nikki Haley") will be pulled into a runoff. Endorsed by Phalin, she's an ultra rightwing family values candidate who allegedly had no family values according to the public statements to two men with, er, first hand knowledge.

Mrs. Cara Carleton Sneed (media name "Carly Fiorina") notable only as one of the ten worst CEOs of all time according to a major business magazine. No competition for Senator Boxer. Enjoy your reelection, Barbara.

Mrs. Sharron Angle is arguably one of the most extreme tea baggers in the country. Her views make Rand Paul look like Mandela. No chance against Reid. Enjoy yet another term, Mr. Majority Leader.

Mrs. Meg Whitman--no chance against Jerry Brown. Should be returning to peddling garage sale junk and rusted out watches on-line soon.

Posted by: broadwayjoe | June 8, 2010 7:45 PM | Report abuse

Jerry Brown is well known for a lot of things. Mostly he is well known for being a very effective elected leader who has spent his entire life in public service.

Posted by: reussere | June 8, 2010 7:39 PM | Report abuse

Real Men don't need to have experts in a college seminar atmosphere to find out whose "ass to kick."


It is ridiculous - Real Men KNOW whose "ass gets kicked"


Not only is Obama out-of-touch with the American People, Obama is out-of-touch with his own emotions - and his own manhood.


Metrosexual - that is the best way to put it -


The bottom line - Obama is completely worthless and ineffective.


Yea, but the liberal media keeps on saying - WHY is Obama worthless and ineffective ? WHAT is missing ???


Most of the country will tell the liberal media that Obama never had it - he was ALWAYS A BUNCH OF LIES AND DECEPTIONS.


Obama has been INEXPERIENCED, UNQUALIFIED AND CLUELESS the whole time -


When did YOU first notice ???


.

Posted by: 37thand0street | June 8, 2010 7:28 PM | Report abuse

Fairlington


I sent you a posting the other night - it is the same me from before.


And Dorchester and Congress is the corner where the first Tea Party took place in Boston.


thanks, just thought I would clear up your little info sheet.


.

Posted by: 37thand0street | June 8, 2010 7:22 PM | Report abuse

I'm trying to think of some concrete GOP proposals that they can actually run on this fall....


- drill baby drill


- don't be so mean to racists


- have you hugged a torturer today?


- more war pleez


- Hulk mad at social studies textbooks. Hulk smash.


The GOPer's have been so busy dancing in the End Zone and pouring Champaign all over themselves about elections they think they're going to win this fall, that they've failed to notice that Americans still hate them. They'll win some seats back, the minority party always wins some seats back during the first mid term after a Prez election. But after all is said and done this fall, they'll still be the minority party in both chambers of Congress.


Far More Than Half of Americans Disapprove of the Teabaggers.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/06/08/AR2010060800016.html?hpid=topnews&sid=ST2010060800022

Posted by: DrainYou | June 8, 2010 7:09 PM | Report abuse

Perhaps someone from the Klipsch family holds a grudge.

BB

Posted by: FairlingtonBlade | June 8, 2010 7:00 PM | Report abuse

No vote from Vietnamese community of 500,000 people for pro-communist gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown, who, as governor of California in 1975, strongly opposed Vietnamese refugees settling in California while supporting amnesty to illegal immigrants from Mexico. In fact, he works for the interests of unions and illegal immigrants only, not for California. Worst still, Brown sided with notorious Cuban dictator Fidel Castro demanding a lift of U.S. embargo on communist Cuba for its human rights violations during his visit to Cuba in July 2000 to formalize the relationship between Brown's city of Oakland with its sister city Santiago de Cuba.

==

Tôi tin ông là người già Mỹ gốc Việt còn căm thù chính phủ cộng sản Việt Nam.  Người thanh niên không có như long căm thù,ông nên quên và tiến lên

Posted by: Noacoler | June 8, 2010 7:00 PM | Report abuse

Fiorina - another failure in business going for the Republicans. I guess if W could do it and be successful in politics - but wait, how did that work out for you? War, economic collapse, unemployment, greed, hatred in politics, ignoring the Constitution - Yet, that was good.

Posted by: pjohn2 | June 8, 2010 6:52 PM | Report abuse

Apparently no SoCals took me up on my request for more info on why Harman has drawn a serious opponent.
"The Fix" thinks it is ideological, and so do I, but neither of us are in SoCal. So if any of you Bruins and Trojans out there have a comment, please post.

Hook 'em Horns [UT to the PAC?]

Posted by: mark_in_austin | June 8, 2010 6:40 PM | Report abuse

No vote from Vietnamese community of 500,000 people for pro-communist gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown, who, as governor of California in 1975, strongly opposed Vietnamese refugees settling in California while supporting amnesty to illegal immigrants from Mexico. In fact, he works for the interests of unions and illegal immigrants only, not for California. Worst still, Brown sided with notorious Cuban dictator Fidel Castro demanding a lift of U.S. embargo on communist Cuba for its human rights violations during his visit to Cuba in July 2000 to formalize the relationship between Brown's city of Oakland with its sister city Santiago de Cuba.

Posted by: TIMNGUYEN1 | June 8, 2010 6:35 PM | Report abuse

' bottom line - Obama is completely worthless and ineffective.'

ACTUALLY


.


that would be you.

Posted by: drindl | June 8, 2010 6:31 PM | Report abuse

Real Men don't need to have experts in a college seminar atmosphere to find out whose "ass to kick."


It is ridiculous - Real Men KNOW whose "ass gets kicked"


Not only is Obama out-of-touch with the American People, Obama is out-of-touch with his own emotions - and his own manhood.


Metrosexual - that is the best way to put it -


The bottom line - Obama is completely worthless and ineffective.


Yea, but the liberal media keeps on saying - WHY is Obama worthless and ineffective ? WHAT is missing ???


Most of the country will tell the liberal media that Obama never had it - he was ALWAYS A BUNCH OF LIES AND DECEPTIONS.


Obama has been INEXPERIENCED, UNQUALIFIED AND CLUELESS the whole time -


When did YOU first notice ???


.

Posted by: 37thand0street | June 8, 2010 6:28 PM | Report abuse

Chris, Murphy wasn't the nominee in 2008 in NJ-03. Chris Myers was. Murphy ran and finished in third place in the GOP primary in 2008.

Posted by: njhoya06 | June 8, 2010 4:42 PM | Report abuse

The comments to this entry are closed.

 
 
RSS Feed
Subscribe to The Post

© 2010 The Washington Post Company