Friday, October 20, 2006

Let's get this over with.

Lieberman opens up a 17 point lead. I guess it's more anti-Republican than pro-Democrat.

For all the fuss over his "pre-mortem" on the Republicans, Glenn Reynolds may be the typical Republican voter. A lot of us are holding our noses this year.

Of course, I don't really have much of a chance to affect anything. The Republican running in this Congressional district isn't even running any TV ads. Jim Matheson is on all the time with his ads, but I don't know why he's bothering. He's got name recognition and the incumbency, and the challenger has . . . I don't even know what he looks like. I'm probably going to vote for him anyway, just out of contrariness. Matheson's ads are like cotton candy, nothing of real substance, nothing controversial. No mention of Iraq. No attacks on Republicans.

It appears that the Democrats aren't the only ones dropping negative stories into the news pool. The leak of the NIE to the NYTimes is said to have come from a Democrat staffer hired by Jane Harman, Larry Hanauer, whose access to classified information has been terminate.


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