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Sarah Palin is revealing that she’s down-hearted about Joe Miller’s chances, while the GOP is turning its lonely eyes to Lisa Murkowski … Nevada’s top political reporter thinks that Harry Reid is going to pull it off … the WaPo’s top columnist David Broder suggests that Obama can save himself by threatening war with Iran, and I kid you not … and we end with a few words from Maureen Dowd who, I also kid you not, makes a good point about Obama … then there’s that, today, Obama could only draw half the crowd that the Ohio arena could hold

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Despite her rousing rally for Joe Miller Saturday, Sarah Palin’s Tweet reveals her worries for Joe’s ability to pull through come Tuesday. Via TPMDC’s “Sarah Palin Calls Joe Miller A Lost Cause, Quotes Scopes Monkey Trial Attorney“:

“Joe Miller – do not give up. It’s you against the machine. This is it. ‘Lost causes’ are the only ones worth fighting for,’”

Oops. Not sounding too hopeful there, Sarah.

In another prominent story today, we find that the Republican party has shifted its hopes to Lisa Murkowski’s write-in campaign. From ABC News’s The Note, “Republicans Counting on Write-In Lisa Murkowski Over Joe Miller in Alaska“:

ABC’s Jonathan Karl reports: A high-level GOP source tells me that party leaders have essentially given up on Republican Senate candidate Joe Miller and are now banking on a victory by write-in candidate Lisa Murkowski as the best bet for Republicans to keep the Alaska Senate seat.

Murkowski defied party leaders by running a write-in campaign after she lost the Republican primary last month. But with Miller’s campaign faltering, the source tells me that Republican leaders are now worried that Democrat Scott McAdams has a shot of winning and that Murkowski may be the only way to stop him.

It’s a remarkable turnaround for Murkowski. She was punished by party leaders last month — unceremoniously stripped of her post in the Senate leadership — when she refused to bow out of the Senate race and endorse Miller. But she has consistently said she is still a Republican and will caucus with the Republican party if she wins.

The nightmare scenario for Republicans is that McAdams comes in second on Election Day, trailing “write-in candidate.” Those write-in votes won’t be counted unless there are more write-in votes than there are votes for any candidate on the ballot. Once the write-in votes are counted, however, some of them will inevitably be disqualified (illegible writing, wrong name, etc.). And a small number will be for candidates other than Murkowski. If enough are tossed out, second place McAdams would be the winner.

The National Republican Senatorial Committee has been forced to spend precious resources in Alaska. …

OF NOTE: I am listening to the special Sunday edition of Bret Baier’s Special Report. Baier and Hume are saying that this ABC story has been “discounted.” Whatever that means.

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Every time you see Jon Ralston on TV news programs, he is introduced as the most knowledgeable and savvy political reporter in Nevada. From the Las Vegas Sun column today, titled “Atmospherics are terrible for Reid, but he will hold on“:

Harry Reid or Sharron Angle is dead, last in an occasional series:

It just feels as if Reid is going to lose.

Forget the enthusiasm gap — that word is too mild. There is a passion gap in this race that is palpable. You don’t find many people shivering with excitement to vote for Reid. But the feverish animation of voters hot to oust Reid is unlike anything I have experienced in nearly 25 years of covering politics. And it seems to have been building since January, evidenced by Reid’s inability to move his highly elevated disapproval rating.

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So take this for what it’s worth:

Harry Reid is the most resilient figure in Nevada political history. He should not even be here. He lost a U.S. Senate race in 1974, embarrassed himself in a mayoral race in 1975 and should have lost his re-election bid in 1998. But he found a way to win 12 years ago, and he will again Tuesday.

How? Let me count the ways:

Considering they were dealing with a moribund politician, and one who was sure to make their job more difficult during the year with his spontaneous effusions, Reid’s handlers have run one of the most spectacular campaigns in history at all levels: The turnout machine is formidable. The TV has been pitch perfect. The strategy — to peel moderate Republicans and independents who might not like their guy away from Angle — has worked.

And, perhaps equally important, Republicans managed to nominate the one person this year who could lose to Reid. …

Do you all think that Sharron Angle is going to pull off a win on Tuesday night?

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Boy oh boy. David Broder represents the pin-heads of D.C. What a goofy column this is. Interestingly, best I can find out, only the liberal bloggers are going to war today, and that’s with Mr. Broder’s column.

First, here’s what Broder wrote in “The War Recovery“:

What else might affect the economy? The answer is obvious, but its implications are frightening. War and peace influence the economy.

Look back at FDR and the Great Depression. What finally resolved that economic crisis? World War II.

Here is where Obama is likely to prevail. With strong Republican support in Congress for challenging Iran’s ambition to become a nuclear power, he can spend much of 2011 and 2012 orchestrating a showdown with the mullahs. This will help him politically because the opposition party will be urging him on. And as tensions rise and we accelerate preparations for war, the economy will improve.

I am not suggesting, of course, that the president incite a war to get reelected. But the nation will rally around Obama because Iran is the greatest threat to the world in the young century. If he can confront this threat and contain Iran’s nuclear ambitions, he will have made the world safer and may be regarded as one of the most successful presidents in history. …

Here’s a typical lefty blogger response, from “David Broder Calls for War With Iran to Boost the Economy“:

This is not a joke (at least not on my part). David Broder, the longtime columnist and reporter at a formerly respectable newspaper, quite explicitly suggested that fighting a war with Iran could be an effective way to boost the economy. Ignoring the idea that anyone should undertake war as an economic policy, Broder’s economics is also a visit to loon tune land.

What’s perhaps the funniest part of Broder’s idea is that Barack Obama is utterly incapable of doing what Broder suggests. A more savvy, fleet-footed, experienced president perhaps could. But Obama is too inexperienced to play such a highly risky game. He could put us in grave danger.

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Are you eager to go to war with Iran, fair readers? Do you think it will help our flagging economy?

I would really like to know what all of you think we should do about Iran.

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Maureen, the Queen of Mean, actually makes a couple good points today in the NY Times. From her column, “Can the Dude Abide?“:

Barack Obama became president by brilliantly telling his own story. To stay president, he will need to show he can understand our story.

At first it was exciting that Obama was the sort of brainy, cultivated Democrat who would be at home in a “West Wing” episode.

But now he acts like he really thinks he’s on “West Wing,” gliding through an imaginary, amber-lit set where his righteous self-regard is bound to be rewarded by the end of the hour.

Hey, dude, you’re a politician. Act like one. …

Well, as a devotee of “West Wing” — I have seen every episode at least four times each — I heartily disagree with her comparison of Obama to President Josiah ‘Jed’ Bartlet, portrayed brilliantly by Martin Sheen. President Bartlet was an extremely brainy guy, but he was also a pragmatic politician. He often asked the big philosophical questions, frequently in the Situation Room, but he almost always made the right call which was usually the practical call, attentive to the well-being of his nation.

Further, NOBODY worked as hard as President Bartlet. Would you have ever seen him out on the golf course half the time? Hell no! He worked day and night, sleeping roughly three to four hours per night. I don’t know how much Obama sleeps but I bet it’s a lot more.

Bartlet also had a far more astute, experienced and profoundly wise Chief of Staff in Leo McGarry. He didn’t have a ruthless clown like Rahm Emanuel who bulldozes people for fun.

I could go on and on.

Maureen is right when she writes, “To stay president, he will need to show he can understand our story.”

In fact, that is a significant statement that points out precisely what is wrong with Barack Obama. But it’s worse than that he doesn’t understand us, it’s that he doesn’t give a damn about us. And that is an incurable flaw. That is why psychiatrists and psychologists who diagnose anyone with narcissism also say that it is a condition that cannot be cured. Barack Obama cannot be fixed. We know that because it is evident to all of us that he is a narcissist. So we must fix the problem by getting rid of him in 2012. For our nation’s good.

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Postscript: Imagine being the narcissist that Obama is and looking out at the crowd in Ohio today, and seeing that the venue is only about half full. Ouch. Too many people have realized that he talked a good game in the running, but in the delivering, he has nothing to offer. I cannot imagine how he can run in 2012 and regain all of those dreamy voters that he has disillusioned. Surely people cannot be that gullible twice. It’s just like the saying, “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” Let’s just hope that, when Obama starts up again, delivering his hopey-changey baloney, that people smirk and walk away.

Then there’s that you and I warned people in 2007 and 2008 that Obama was not the real deal. And we suffered the slings and arrows from the Obamabots who attacked us non-stop, using the most under-handed means possible. Their favored tactic was to call us “racists,” thinking that shaming us would make us stop. I, for one, will never recover from their attacks, and they have forever more made me exceedingly wary of The Left and its hard-headedness. Now they too must know — surely they do, don’t they? — what we knew back then, but I wonder if they ever think about the damage they did to people like us who were simply trying to point out Obama’s missing qualifications to be president.

And, take a look at this photo. Doesn’t that Secret Service agent look an awful lot like Charlie Sheen?

  • JB in VA

    I wouldn’t be so hard on MoDo; occasionally she does get something right. And her story does include a father on the police force, several siblings (in the same household, not spread across the globe) and catholic school. Even though she doesn’t live it now, she at least remembers a life that many Americans can relate to.

    And she may even have been referring to the story of America — all the things, large and small, that nearly all Americans learn, experience, come to love and remember fondly, whatever, about being American and living in America – none of which Obama can relate to in any authentic way. His utter contempt for the American experience, even the African-American experience, seems to know no bounds.

  • Athena the Warrior

    You mean the Cocktail Party Republicans?  They’re next!

  • Athena the Warrior

    Aaron Sorkin created the West Wing.

  • AbigailAdams

    Required Reading:  It’s the difference between pluralism and multiculturalism.  Merkel was all over the news the last couple weeks decrying the latter and its failure in Germany.

  • Docelder

    I know. Here in Florida we have lots of people from Cuba, Puerto Rico and Mexico. I am half afraid what to say to people who are my actual friends sometimes. I wish there was a rulebook somewhere of political correctness. By the way, I have always been labeled white, but I do have around 10% native American Indian from three of my grandparents. I don’t know what that makes me. I guess an American.

  • Breeze

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    Really a great documentary.

    I can see why those b*****s were told not  to run it again!!!

  • joseph

    Brownwyn, You must be out of your mind and sleeping with the enemy. 
     
    Knock knock!!!! Palin actually has executive experience, local and state. Palin is a self made woman. Palin stood up to corruption and beat it. She has endured more scutiny and vetting than the last 20 presidents combined. 
     
    If some dirtbag community agitator/coke using/cigarette smoking, closet homo with two names, two dadies, sealed school records, sealed birth certificate, anti american mentors, and no respect for our constitution, can become president, THEN YOU BETTER DAMN WELL BELIEVE THAT A CLASS ACT, PATRIOTIC, INTELLIGENT WOMAN LIKE SARAH PALIN, CAN AND SHOULD HAVE A SHOT AT THE PRESIDENCY. 
     
    Earth to Brownwyn?

  • joseph

    Brownwyn, You must be out of your mind and sleeping with the enemy.

    Knock knock!!!! Palin actually has executive experience, local and state. Palin is a self made woman. Palin stood up to corruption and beat it. She has endured more scutiny and vetting than the last 20 presidents combined.

    If some dirtbag community agitator/coke using/cigarette smoking, closet homo with two names, two dadies, sealed school records, sealed birth certificate, anti american mentors, and no respect for our constitution, can become president, THEN YOU BETTER DAMN WELL BELIEVE THAT A CLASS ACT, PATRIOTIC, INTELLIGENT WOMAN LIKE SARAH PALIN CAN AND SHOULD HAVE A SHOT AT HE PRESIDENCY.

    Earth to Brownwyn?

  • Breeze

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    Thank you, AA!

  • Breeze

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    NOBODY, getfitnow…

    He’s the right colour!!!

  • Breeze

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    She’d be a he!! of a lot better than Biden or Coons…..

  • joseph

    Wow, appalling on your part, Brownwyn. You seem to derive pleasure from what is either a delusional conclusion or wishful thinking on your part. Your agenda is too obvious.   
     
    Here you post a link from ABC, the ALL BARACK CHANNEL, as if they aren’t trying to intentionally sabotage and destroy both Miller, and Palin. Yet you actually attempt to lend ABC’s spin and propaganda credibility.  
     
    Gee, maybe I’m drunk on oxygen, but what I gathered from Sarah’s tweet is that she is lending 100% support, while at the same time using her mega platform to wisely draw more attention to the downright despicable actions of the the establishment RINOS, Dems, and mainstream media.

  • Dawn

    Watch the Smits announcement for PResident episode, all about Hope. There’s an episode with dialogue ”we’re the one’s we’ve been waiting for” O’Donnell might have modelled it after him but Obama has played it out. But since the show ended with Inauguration Day, Obama’s lost. Picked an unhealthy older white statesmen for VP. He must have been shocked when Joey B, didn’t drop over.

  • joseph

    Brownwyn’s Harbor: Oops. Not sounding too hopeful there, Sarah.

    Wow, appalling on your part, Brownwyn. You seem to derive pleasure from what is either a delusional conclusion or wishful thinking on your part. Your agenda is too obvious. 

    Here you post a link from ABC, the ALL BARACK CHANNEL, as if they aren’t trying to intentionally sabotage and destroy both Miller, and Palin. Yet you actually attempt to lend the spin and propaganda credibility.

    Gee, maybe I’m drunk on oxygen, but what I gathered from Sarah’s tweet is that she is lending 100% support, while at the same time using her mega platform to wisely drawi more attention to the downright dispicable actions of the the establishment RINOS, Dems, and mainstream media.

  • sowsear
  • sowsear

    We’re already supporting half the world…we don’t need another never-ending-expensive war.

  • FLDemFem

    I hope O’Donnell sues hell out of them for breach of contract. That is outrageous!!!

  • Guest

    Living in Ind (2nd district) we got our own version of Sharron Angle and Christine for the House in Jackie Walorski. Either the Tea-party backed all grizzly no bear 100% attack dog extremist or the ‘moderate’ incumbant who flipped with Obama on stimulus and health care. I chose the R as a protest vote but knowing the D shifts with the wind (doesn’t have integrity) and hence WILL be more ‘blue dog’ in an conservative environment. It’s a terrible dilemma. If only someone would step forward as a write-in candidate. :/

  • Talk2ThePaw

    Geesh, I thought it had become tatamount to a Federal Crime for a school to start it’s day with the Pledge Allegiance.  I couldn’t sleep and was up at the crack of dawn (for me) this morning.  I made my latte and filled my cup and took the dog out to have our morning stroll around the property.  All of a sudden I heard the speakers at the grade school down the way, no ambient noises here like auto or plane traffic,etc. so sound travels well. Much to my surprise as they started the morning announcements the speaker introduced a student who proceeded to recitethe Pledge.   Thank goodness I am in the middle of nowhere as I stopped and put my hand over my heart and it felt so good.

  • Talk2ThePaw

    I am now a registered Republican, felt it would hit them harder to see the R numbers go up.

  • Boxer Mum 06

    GREAT ad! Glad I could see it here, doubt I’d catch it on TV. I wish it would go viral, it makes so many great points!

  • Boxer Mum 06

    Helen,

    The local talk radio guy in Philly said they are ready and have camera crews being sent to cover the polling places where they think there will be problems. They will catch them all on tape. Look for it tomorrow. I think they’ll be there again.

  • Boxer Mum 06

    Just an update from the burbs of Philly…

    Our home phone has been on fire for the past week or so, we come home to voice mail messages from Bill Clinton, Chris Christie just to name a few. Our mailbox usually contains at least one or two notes reminding us to vote and asking for money.

    See, I’m still registered as a democrat and my husband is registered as a republican. I live in an area that is mostly republican but there are still some die hard, loyal obamabots as well. I remember the homes that decorated their lawns for Obama in 08 as if it were the Griswold’s Christmas. They have toned it down a bit but still have their Joe Sestak and Allison Schwartz signs out.

    We have signs out as well but they are all for the republican candidates – with the exception of Toomey, we didn’t get one of his signs when the guy dropped them off to us. Our neighbor to the left also has yard signs for republican candidates.

    Much to my surprise (pun, intended) when we woke up on Sunday morning, our lawn and our neighbor’s lawn were decorated with toilet paper. Guess the Obots were busy on mischeif night tp’ing the neighbors that don’t support their rock star’s candidate du jour.

    My husband laughed as he cleared it from our lawn and our neighbors. He said whoever it was that did it, used some expensive tp as it was at least triple plied :)

    Ironically enough, the Obots houses were clear of tp. I think that’s a symbol of things to come tomorrow. There’s nothing I’d like better than to see PA go RED .. all the way!

    So, we’ll sit back, enjoy a lovely, cool, crisp fall day in PA and watch the outcome and listen to the clueless, plastic pundits on TV explaining how they knew this was going to happen.. just like the weathermen who fail to predict a nor’easter snow total..

  • Talk2ThePaw

    And don’t forget that the poor mother who raised him on welfare and food stamps died because she didn’t have insurance.  Beside the fact that she didn’t have him long enough to be on welfare (does this mean she lied to officials?) and was in college (which back then would have disqualified her from welfare) it was even reiterated again today by no less than Shepard Smith (gag) that the reason FauxPrez was so hell bent on passing FauxCare was that his mother died because she had no insurance.  Well, excuse moi, but the friggin’ woman hadn’t lived in the United States in years and years and had married an Indonesian.  For all we know she may not have even been a US citizen any longer.  I cannot believe that even Fox allows it’s reporters and personalities to continue the lies of Faux’s family.

  • I’m a Dr Kracker 3 Seeded Linda too

    Too bad it didn’t get posted with the rest of the quote you posted.

  • FLDemFem

    Meg and Carly’s supporters should make a sign to go under that one.. a BIG sign that says “YOU WISH!!!”. 8-)

  • Talk2ThePaw

    I have said it before and I will say it again.  The biggest threat to America of FauxPrez being reelected is a 3rd party candidate.  You can bet your bippy that the D’s are already approaching people or at least building a list of those they will encourage and finance to run as a spoiler candidate.  The Clinton/Bush/Perot election cycle is the prototype.  Clinton garnered 43.3%  Bush  37.7%  and Perot  19%.  If the D’s can divide the moderate/independent/tea party groups and put up a candidate we will see another 4 years of FauxPrez (or if he ends up in the loony bin first whatever progressive they put in his stead).

  • helenk

    This ruling worries me.  he was a teenager from Canada who went to Iraq to fight against us and did.
    If an American soldier was fighting out of uniform he would be charged and tried and convicted and have to serve the sentence given.
    Why did the backtrack government interfer with the sentence?

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  • Cindy-the-artist-formerly—etc.

    “no white kids there”

    That’s because it’s almost against the law to be white nowadays.

  • Crackerjack -Obamastahn Rebel Resistance

    Told ya….DEmocraps will steal every seat the republicans win on tuesday….parting like its 1773 to fighting like its 1776

  • helenk

    The DOJ dropped the black panther case and is now sending people to Arizona. Which side will they help the illegal voter or the people who are seeing fraud?

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/10/29/justice-dept-send-election-observers-arizona-group-seeks-crack-illegal-voters/

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  • Crackerjack -Obamastahn Rebel Resistance

    no white kids there.  NOT A ONE

  • guest

    Even the O’Donnell campaign cannot say definitvely if it was the station’s fault. I don’t want to say anything inflammatory until the polls close tomorrow except that an amateur campaign might not handle a media buy particularly well.

  • helenk

    When nancy became speaker , I was a democrat and being a woman was so proud that finally a woman was speaker.
    She has been so bad at the job that I will never see another woman speaker in my lifetime. I will never forget or forgive her.

    http://townhall.com/columnists/LuritaDoan/2010/11/01/end_of_the_pelosi_era_of_irresponsibility

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  • no1what

    I hope you are right.  I want to feel that feeling of scratching my head really badly.  LOL

    The somber mood of my co-workers is telling me you’re on to something……I can’t wait to vote and they’re dreading tomorrow…..

  • helenk

    I am with you and one of the millions

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  • Armymom

    Then you must not understand the quote as it is meant.

  • Armymom

    And you come to your conclusion how? That’s a pretty “vague” statement you make there without any thing to discuss or back up your claim.

  • Bronwyn

    Ha! I am with you there.  Obama did those 30-minute ads. Nothing on god’s green earth could have made me sit through that.  ”Where’s my channel remote?” was the only thing I thought of.

  • Bronwyn

    Further, the Middle East countries do not contribute in any meaningful way to their own people or the world with any new technologies or products.  All they have to sell is what’s underground.  Which is not an unending product.  At some point, they’ll revert to the Stone Age because they never took the opportunity — except for Saddam’s Iraq perhaps — to educate their people and develop OTHER products and innovations.

  • Bronwyn

    AMEN!!!  That idiotic war with Iraq that destroyed Iran’s natural enemy.  How f–king stupid.  Saddam KNEW how to contain Iran, by sleight of hand or whatever means he could muster.  And the Iraqi people are NOT better off than they were under Saddam, who at least gave them some basics like electricity, water, and education.  When I read stories that the electricity problems in Iraq are still horrific, I just shake my head … we destroyed the country’s infrastructure, and it’ll probably take the Iraqis decades to rebuild it.  Honest to god.

    Further, Iraqis are an educated people, thanks to the schooling that Saddam made available.  But, that won’t continue to be the case.  Further, too many educated Iraqis were murdered during the war.  Just a mess.

  • helenk

    People in Delaware did not see ad last night or this AM. station FORGOT to run ad even though it was  paid for.

    http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/2010/11/delaware-tv-station-forgets-to-run-odonnell-paid-tv-program/

    Can someone do a post on the media during this election. The dirty tricks and just plain meaness. The last election and now this one the msm has been so NOT for the freedom of choice in elections.
    When this election is over we have to start focusing on the media and make OUR voices known.

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  • Bronwyn

    Thanks for filling in the blanks. I honestly didn’t know what Baier and Hume meant because they didn’t explain it as well as you just did.  Maybe you should be a panelist on Special Report.

  • Bronwyn

    Thank you for the report from a real Nevadan!  Excellent information.

  • Bronwyn

    The story I quoted DOES get into the Clarence Darrow quote, as its title reveals.  Follow the link.

  • Bronwyn

    This kind of comment is very much allowed!  I am happy you are happy, although I haven’t a clue what you are talking about :)

  • Bronwyn

    A lot of those “dumbasses” were one-time voters.  They voted only because they wanted to vote for a black man.  Having done that, they won’t be similarly motivated in the future.  And I am not only speaking of black people who don’t regularly vote, I am also speaking of young people who are unreliable voters.

    You are SO RIGHT that Obama would have never been considered — ever — if he hadn’t been black.  It was pathetic.  Moreso, it was sickening to see a roster of vastly more qualified Dems plowed under for this ignoramus who had NEVER led anything, even in politics, let alone business.

    You are also so right that if a black runs, he/she MUST be liberal.  And the right kind of liberal, to boot.  Don’t let liberals who are tolerant of diverging viewpoints apply…. see Juan Williams.  The liberals who demand this of black candidates are the REAL RACISTS.

  • Bronwyn

    I wish I could agree with you, but Sarah would make a terrible choice for the Republicans and she would guarantee four more years for Obama.

  • eyelets

    Oh, damn! Harry is going to pull it off?  No way!  It couldn’t be because his son is in charge of the voting machines…
    http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/2010/10/harry-reids-son-oversees-suspect-election-machines-in-nevada/

  • helenk

    trick or treat at the white house

    http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/2010/10/bummer-kid-dresses-up-as-obama-joker-for-white-house-halloween-party/

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