Coffee is for closers
- Sep 19, 2016
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Here it is. More bad news for the Dems. The worst news of all is that Hiden is having to come out of his basement to be seen by voters.Anyone see the political breakdown of the Duluth Trump rally attendees? Color Minnesota red. The DFL is toast. They earned it. Today I am a proud boy. LOL!
I'm going with an over where he will come here once. St. Pauli is better at calling these than I am though. Joe needs Michigan, PA and OH more than Minnesota, plus he has to make appearances in FL. He just doesn't have the stamina to do more than one event every other day or so. I think one of those visits will be to MPLS where he will blame Trump for letting the city burn for three days and for not having it rebuilt by now. Of course. while he's here he may think he's in someplace like Michigan and not even realize the MPLS exists. At any given moment, Joe's body and Joe's brain can be in two completely different locations.
Nothing is safer than drawing broad conclusions about the state from perhaps the purplest Dem seat in the HouseA big tell in how the state elections are going is whether candidates tie themselves to their presidential candidate. In the 7th District, the entire race right now is who can distance themselves the furthest from Biden and the Democratic Party.
Collin Peterson: About 4 months ago he was all in on Biden, endorsing him for President. Now Peterson is desperately trying to undo that -- his adverts push that he's an "independent" voter that does not vote in line with the Democratic Party.
Michelle Fischbach: Collin's challenger is running adverts showing how Collin is indeed tied with the Democratic Party.
The "purplest" seat is exactly the one to look at as to what's happening. If it's a locked-down Dem or Reb seat, then you won't see movement from the candidate. It's the "purple" ones that are the big tell, and this tell is strongly indicating Trump.Nothing is safer than drawing broad conclusions about the state from perhaps the purplest Dem seat in the House