Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by Patsfanin Philly, Jan 19, 2010.
What is your prediction for the election results??
Brown 56 %
Croakley 42 %
Where's Patters ... stuffing the voting box for Martha?
Acorn for Coakley 3%
Joe Kennedy 1%
Hmmm, our resident Dems seem to be hiding out. If Coakley gets enough ACORN and MA corpse help and pulls a NY Giants type victory they'll be flooding this forum again.
If Brown wins, I won't throw it in anyone's face and if Coakley wins, I won't be angry....just disappointed. Either way, the people will have spoken and that's what it's all about.
You can hear a pin drop in here.
Even if she loses they will flood the board with excuses and blame and tantrums about him and Republicans...so the same old same old just with renewed vigor
First precincts in have Brown at 52% Coakley at 47%
I say he wins by 10% but after the "suddenly found" absentee ballots are counted it will be more like 5%
Marsha-46%.....................13% reporting per NECN
Globe and Herald sites bogged down ... that like never happens.
Olbernazi and Chris Matthews on MSNBC are suicidal..............."O the Humanity!"
You can follow it here too: Boston News, Massachusetts News, Weather & Sports, Channel 5 TV - WCVB TheBostonChannel.com
WCVB just said we may not have the results tonight and that they've got 10 days to report in
Coakley headquarters ... there is plenty of room there ... no fire code issues.
Doug flutie is ready to bang on his drum ... all day.
WCVB is the most left-wing broadcast station in MA...............they're a tool for the demmies.They led their 6pm news broadcast with a report on pre-madeout Brown ballots.......Incredible.Hugo Chavez is too conservative for these people.
Brown, going away (by 8-10)
Skeletor is having a hemroid attack
Brown aide: Coakley calls to concede
What ... I lost ... should have campaigned I guess.
Coakley concedes looks like 7%, good job Ma.
BS to delay it the full 10 days, he is at or above a 100,000 vote difference making the absentee ballots irrelevant to the outcome
Seeing it lower at about 5% difference with a steady hold at 52-47-1
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