Senate Now Favors Dems in 2018

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People love the policies and don't like the man. This is the opposite of the Obama situation where people hated his policies and loved his charming personality. In the end people will vote the policies more so than the personality - especially considering that the personality known as Trump won't be on the ballot. The Dems no longer have a thing to offer other than identity politics. People are getting sick of that in a hurry.
This entire post is a joke. People hated Obama's policies? No.....you hated them.
 

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As of today- with what the media is reporting and with what the people believe- the Dems will win a lot of seats, perhaps enough to win the house.
As of today people still believe that Trump's win was influenced by the Russians, that he might be dangerous and that he needs to be impeached or kept under control by the Dems. As of right now people still don't believe that the tax cut was a tax cut.
That's today- not November 2018.

By November- (my guess is)
-people will know the truth on the tax cut and the economy. They will have more money in their paychecks and they will have better opportunities for raises and promotions in a boosted economy.
-they will have realized that the Dems and the media lied about the tax cuts
- the collusion narrative (lie) will be history and the truth may well be out that the Dems and Hillary colluded with a select group of deep staters to stop Trump in one of the biggest political scandals in American history.
 

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This entire post is a joke. People hated Obama's policies? No.....you hated them.
Fact is that poll after poll that showed Obama as relatively popular showed him far less favorably rated on a policy by policy basis. Do the work- check it out and you will find truth. Otherwise you can stick your head back in the sand and continue to be wrong.
 

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As of today- with what the media is reporting and with what the people believe- the Dems will win a lot of seats, perhaps enough to win the house.
As of today people still believe that Trump's win was influenced by the Russians, that he might be dangerous and that he needs to be impeached or kept under control by the Dems. As of right now people still don't believe that the tax cut was a tax cut.
That's today- not November 2018.

By November- (my guess is)
-people will know the truth on the tax cut and the economy. They will have more money in their paychecks and they will have better opportunities for raises and promotions in a boosted economy.
-they will have realized that the Dems and the media lied about the tax cuts
- the collusion narrative (lie) will be history and the truth may well be out that the Dems and Hillary colluded with a select group of deep staters to stop Trump in one of the biggest political scandals in American history.
All is well Beeg! As you say, Trump's not on the ballot. Mid-terms are never a referendum on the President. I love the Gophers chances of making the NCAA tournament too. Good lord.
 

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Dems are really excited about winning a Missouri State rep race and see that as foreboding.

There is reason to be optimistic. There’s only been few mid-terms when the sitting President didn’t lose seats. But a Missouri State Rep race doesn’t mean much imo.
 

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I wouldn't be so optimistic if I were the Dems. I find it unlikely they won't lose at least one of WV/ND/MO/IN. Even in Florida there is a poll out today showing Nelson down 10, but with a huge % undecided. Meanwhile, they will likely pick up NV and maybe Arizona. I'll be surprised if the net swing is more than 2 either way. A push seems about right, IMO.
 

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Dems are really excited about winning a Missouri State rep race and see that as foreboding.

There is reason to be optimistic. There’s only been few mid-terms when the sitting President didn’t lose seats. But a Missouri State Rep race doesn’t mean much imo.
9 special elections in 2018. In every single one, big net swing toward Dems relatively to 2016 presidential results: +10%, +18%, +22%, +25%, +25%, +28%, +29%, +31%, and +53%
 

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LOL, jtf. How big a win did he have for Hillary? You're a joke.

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When will Tim Kaine's seat be moved to a toss-up? I can't believe it hasn't been already...
 

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When will Tim Kaine's seat be moved to a toss-up? I can't believe it hasn't been already...
Hang on. I'm sure you're still waiting on an EC recount to get Hillary back in the WH, loser.

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Hang on. I'm sure you're still waiting on an EC recount to get Hillary back in the WH, loser.

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No. I'm still waiting for you to share with us the details on the massive voter fraud in Anson county though....
 

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The swing voters who elected Trump aren't stupid. They see that he hasn't opened the factories. They see their personal lot declining, not improving. They realize now that, just because he calls himself a businessman, he doesn't know the first thing about operating a government. They realize now why he's gone bankrupt six times. They don't see much of a bump in their paychecks with this "huge" tax cut. Soon they'll be seeing the destructive outcomes of his trade war, especially its effects on agriculture.
 

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The swing voters who elected Trump aren't stupid. They see that he hasn't opened the factories. They see their personal lot declining, not improving. They realize now that, just because he calls himself a businessman, he doesn't know the first thing about operating a government. They realize now why he's gone bankrupt six times. They don't see much of a bump in their paychecks with this "huge" tax cut. Soon they'll be seeing the destructive outcomes of his trade war, especially its effects on agriculture.
This reminds me of when Hillary was unbeatable. LOL!

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How's the blue wave doing? Maybe you should check in with Harry and see what he is tweeting now......let us know if he thinks a blue wave is still rolling in would ya?
 

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How's the blue wave doing? Maybe you should check in with Harry and see what he is tweeting now......let us know if he thinks a blue wave is still rolling in would ya?
The R's are doing the unthinkable and flipping a Senate seat in that liberal bastion of North Dakota. God bless Trump for pulling of this great feat! Go Team!
 

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How's the blue wave doing? Maybe you should check in with Harry and see what he is tweeting now......let us know if he thinks a blue wave is still rolling in would ya?
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The R's are doing the unthinkable and flipping a Senate seat in that liberal bastion of North Dakota. God bless Trump for pulling of this great feat! Go Team!
I can hear it now, especially if Dems take the House and fail miserably in the Senate:

“Why do these underpopulated states get two senators, just like the big states?” :(
 

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I can hear it now, especially if Dems take the House and fail miserably in the Senate:

“Why do these underpopulated states get two senators, just like the big states?” :(
You won't be hearing that by anyone with a brain. Because that's the purpose of the House and Senate as established in the Constitution.
 

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I can hear it now, especially if Dems take the House and fail miserably in the Senate:

“Why do these underpopulated states get two senators, just like the big states?” :(
The Dems taking the Senate was never likely. The most likely outcome is a push. The Dems pick up NV and AZ and the R's pick up ND and MO. Plus or minus two from that either way.
 

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And regarding the disparity in representation in the Senate being fully intended by the founders:

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And regarding the disparity in representation in the Senate being fully intended by the founders:

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Nice chart. But utterly meaningless.

But it sure appears that you object to the Republic and 2 Senators from each state regardless of size.
 
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