Delaware Senate Election 2010: Republican Castle 55%, Democrat Coons 32% … VP Bidens Former Seat all but Gone
Delaware Senate seat, all but lost for Democrats …
Once again Democrats and especially the Obama White House will appear to have major spinning to do the day after the 2010 midterm elections this November as VP Joe Biden’s former DE Senate seat is all but lost.
Republican candidate Mike Castle has a 55% to 32% lead over the Democrat challenger Chris Coons.
The U.S. Senate race in Delaware is virtually unchanged over the past two months, with Republican Mike Castle continuing to draw strong support from the state’s voters.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Delaware shows Castle picking up 55% support to Democrat Chris Coons’ 32%. Seven percent (7%) of the state’s voters prefer some other candidate, while another seven percent (7%) are undecided.
Like in most all races across the country this Fall, Democrats are struggling with the independent vote. Castle leads by a 4 to 1 margins with voter not affiliated to either major party. He also leads among both male and female voters.
What are the catastrophic losses that Democrats face in the Senate races? Democrats already lost Ted Kennedy’s former Senate seat in MA to Republican Scott Brown. Democrats are trailing in Illinois with President Obama’s former Senate seat and Harry Reid, the Democrat Senate Majority leader is trailing badly in Nevada.
We the People will have an opportunity during this midterm election to send and loud and clear message to Obama, Democrats and Republicans.
The Day The Democrat Congress Stood Still … Republican Scott Brown Sworn In As US Senator from Massacusetts
It’s official … “The Scott Heard Around the World” or at least through the halls of the US Congress in Washington, DC. Scott Brown has been officially sworn in as a United States Senator for the state of Massachusetts.
Do you solmonly swear that you will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic …
As VP Joeseph Biden swore in Scott Brown yesterday and asked the above question in the oath, maybe the rest of the Senators, especially on the Democrat side of the aisle should have run those same words through their head and answered in the affirmative as well.
Not only did Scott Brown do the unthinkable in Massachusetts and win the late Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat, it appears that the Freshman Senator will also be getting Ted’s old office as well.
It’s the day that the Obama Administration stood still as their reign of ramming unpopular legislation down the throats of Americans has officially come to an end.
Once again SNL took it upon themselves to mock President Barack Obama and his State of the Union speech. It was actually are pretty clever piece as SNL’s Obama would mock parts of the speech including reciting jobs available and then cut to actual footage from the SOTU.
If SNL is going to continue to mock Obama for his actions, he does not have a chance.
Fred Armisen as Obama further went on to shred Democrat Martha Coakley for losing the Massachusetts Senate race stating that she couldn’t beat Dick Cheney for mayor of Berkeley.”
“Our nominee Martha Coakley was the single most incompetent candidate ever to seek public office in this nation’s history,” said Armisen to thunderous applause.
“Martha Coakley, you are a disgrace,” he continued. “You couldn’t beat Dick Cheney for mayor of Berkeley”
However, Martha Coakley may have run a poor campaign and did some incompetent things; however, the dramatic shifts in the campaign occurred at the same time that back room dirty deals were made with Obamacare.
As The Corner states, the Scott Brown skit was pretty funny. Actually, YES IT WAS, albeit predictable. I guess, like Sarah Palin, the LEFT just considers Brown just another pretty face … that’s why he won. No matter, HE DID!
What a week this has been for Barack Hussein Obama.
Barack Obama’s not so excellent adventure continues. As per the most recent Gallup Daily Presidential Job Approval poll, Obama has a 47% approval and disapproval rating. This is the first time that The One has had just as many people disapproving of his job as President as opposed to approving in the Gallup Poll. Less than one year ago in February 2009 Obama had a 69% – 13% approval-disapproval rating.
My what a difference a year, socialist policies, lack of leadership and a failed health care policy makes. On the foot heals of the astonishing win by Republican Scott Brown in Massachusetts and the “NO” to Obamacare stated by the People of the Bay State, 61% of voters nationwide now say Congress should drop health care and focus on the economy.
The Missouri Senate race represents yet another political race that is turning toward the Republican in the wake of the recent Massachusetts Scott Brown victory. The pendulum is swinging Republican in a big way.
In the most recent Rasmussen poll, Republican Roy Blount now leads Democrat Incumbent Robin Carnahan, 49% to 43%. Just last month Carnahan held a two point lead at 46% to 44%. An 8% point shift in just one month. Can you say thank you Barack Obama and Obamacare.
Republican Roy Blunt now holds a six-point lead over Democrat Robin Carnahan in Missouri’s race for the U.S. Senate.
A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely voters in the state finds Blunt ahead of Carnahan 49% to 43%. Three percent (3%) prefer some other candidate, and five percent (5%) are undecided.
Could Missouri be the next Senate seat to fall for Democrats as it appears Independents are breaking for the Republican Blount.
Once again we see another state, the “Show Me” state, in direct opposition to Obamacare tanking for the Democrat Senator. Only 37% of Missouri voters favor the health care plan proposed by President Obama and congressional Democrats, while 62% oppose it. That is very close, actually even worse, than the national average of support of Obamacare where 56% oppose while only 38% are in favor.
Where Obamacare crashes and burns and is never passed or is rammed through Congress in some sneaky and politically suicidal manner by Democrats, the point is moot. Democrats are going to have an impossible situation trying to separate themselves from Obamacare come the November midterm elections. They were for it every inch of the way and refused to listen to the will of the people.
The only thing that caused them to pause and get their attention was the “Shot heard Around the World in Massachusetts when Scot Brown did the impossible and won as a Republican in the Bay State and took Ted Kennedy’s former US Senate seat. It was the continuation of the political revolution of “We the People” as Scott Brown won “The People’s Seat.”