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(WorldNetDaily)   Frank Wolf won his conservative district by 21% in 2012, so if a Republican wins his seat in 2014, it'll be an indicator that the GOP will win the presidency in 2016   (wnd.com) divider line 4
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2013-12-20 12:33:05 PM  
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To illustrate: McCauliffe won Loudon, Fairfax, and Prince William this election, handily.  So did Kaine.  So did Obama. In population, this negates the green acre teatards in Fauquier and Clarke.  They simply don't have the numbers.  And knowing the GOP, they are going to try and fly the opposite direction from kindly philanthropic centrism that kept Wolf in office.

If i was a blathering right wing kneebiter, the last place I'd pick to make winner-gets-all declarative masturbatory statements about the presidency is Northern Virginia.  Stick with Missouri, guys. It's easy.
2013-12-20 12:56:36 PM  
1 votes:
It makes a lot of sense if you unskew the statisticals and study it out.
2013-12-20 12:40:27 PM  
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thamike: To illustrate: McCauliffe won Loudon, Fairfax, and Prince William this election, handily.  So did Kaine.  So did Obama. In population, this negates the green acre teatards in Fauquier and Clarke.  They simply don't have the numbers.  And knowing the GOP, they are going to try and fly the opposite direction from kindly philanthropic centrism that kept Wolf in office.

If i was a blathering right wing kneebiter, the last place I'd pick to make winner-gets-all declarative masturbatory statements about the presidency is Northern Virginia.  Stick with Missouri, guys. It's easy.


Except that after redistricting they've seriously cut back on Fairfax presence and added Frederick and Warren. The 10th is very hard for a Democrat to win. Heck, even before redistricting, in 2008 with an Obama coattail, Feder lost by 16%. It WAS a winnable district. Wolf pretty much waited until redistricting to retire so that the office would stay (R).
2013-12-20 11:23:19 AM  
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Anything with an R next to its name, including a head of cabbage, could win Virginia's 10th congressional district. If the Republicans *can't* win Virginia's 10th congressional district, that's an indicator that it's time for  seppuku.
 
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