Posted on | October 20, 2010 | No Comments
I got an upset e-mail from one of the readers. She was saying, that the fact that I recommended to support candidates running neck in neck in senatorial races in WA and IL, means that I throw Christine O’Donnell under the bus.
This is not the case. I am simply trying to point out, where you can make more of a difference, where you can get more of a bang for your buck. I like Christine and I supported her long before Sarah Palin threw her support for Christine, but as I explained before, your dollars will make less of a difference in races where Republicans are far behind or far ahead.
In terms of Obama’s legitimacy for U.S. presidency, we know that the Dems refused to hear the issue. With Republicans there is more of a chance. We know that in the House Republicans have more of an advantage, In the Senate it is very close. Republicans need to gain 10 senate seats. At the moment they are leading in 8 races, where Democrats are currently holding seats and up for re-election. Sharron Angle advanced, she is now leading, Rand Paul is leading, so is Joe Miller, Ken Buck, Toomey, Rease. In WA it is a tough run for Dino Rossi, the same is true in IL for Mark Steven Kirk, they are running neck in neck in a statistical tie, so helping these two candidates with donations and walking the precincts can make more of a difference. I hope I explained myself.