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The Felon Loses…
November 18, 2008, 11:54 pm
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News reports are claiming Begich wins Alaska.  Convicted Felon Ted Stevens seems to be toast…perhaps he can work on getting President Bush to grant him that pardon. 

60 Senate Seats…getting closer and closer.


The Road to 60.

Okay.  Just when I thought we were done, I’ve realized we are not!  WHOO HOO!!

I earlier called Alaska for convicted felon (isn’t that fun?) Ted Stevens, but Begich is gaining steadily.  He is now leading by 2,374 votes.  Alaska…I’m getting prouder by the count.

In addition, we have a Senate run off in Georgia.  Jim Martin is seeking to upset the Republican Party’s nasty Saxby Chambliss.  Yeah, I hate that guy.  I know I’ve mentioned it before, but it really doesn’t get old for me.  I’ve also mentioned every Democrat possible should get their behinds to Georgia to give Jim Martin a hand…and that includes our President Elect Barack Obama.

And the final race to reach 60 brings me to one of my favorite states, Minnesota.  This is Paul Wellstone’s seat.  It will always be Senator Wellstone’s seat to me.  They are currently getting ready to start the recount between Al Franken (I’ll admit I’m a fan…love that guy’s books) and Norm the suit wearing worm Coleman.  Now from what I hear the recount may favor Franken.  Apparently the districts with issues are Franken friendly territory, so keep your fingers crossed!

So…we need Alaska, Georgia, and Minnesota to see our dream of 60 come true.  Keep your fingers crossed…or better yet, uncross those fingers and make some phone calls!!!

Begich Gaining…
November 15, 2008, 12:59 am
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Mark Begich is gaining on convicted felon Ted Stevens for the Senate seat up for grabs in Alaska.  How sad is it that this popular and successful mayor is not kicking old balls ass? 

FYI, he leads by 1022 votes with approximately 25,000 left to be counted.;_ylt=AjWIu7zQJAUXtSIW2GZCiO2yFz4D

Begich Lead Growing…
November 13, 2008, 8:27 pm
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I’ll admit, a few days ago I had thought Ted Stevens had won the Senate race is Alaska.  Stevens, if you didn’t know -ha-ha- has been convicted on seven (7) felony counts.  It appears though with approximately 40,000 votes to be still counted Mark Begich is leading by 806 votes. 

Begich is the popular Mayor of Anchorage.  He was first elected in 2003 and was reelected in 2006 by a healthy margin.

Alaska Still Undecided?
November 12, 2008, 9:25 pm
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Apparently there are approximately 45,000 votes still to be counted in Alaska.  Fox is claiming Mark Begich has taken a 3 vote lead over convicted felon Ted Stevens.

First off, read that again!  Convicted FELON!  Seven felony accounts! 

I also would like to point out I got this from FOX NEWS, so I’m not entirely sure it’s accurate!

My last point to be made, lets all cross our fingers Begich wins…or we could end up listening to Sarah for the next 6 years in the Senate.  YIKES!!

Poor Poor Sarah
November 9, 2008, 8:20 pm
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Is it just me, or is anyone else amused by how the Republican Party is eating its own?  For years I’ve been appalled by the methods they have deployed with their win at all costs campaigns.  However, the tide seems to have turned and they are no longer eating only Democrats for lunch. 

They are devouring Sarah Palin.  Fingers pointed here, fingers pointed there.  She’s the reason they lost accusations are dominating the news cycle.  Uh, no.  No she’s not, but she certainly didn’t help. 

She’s called her attackers cowards and jerks.  Well hello…that’s your BASE!  Enjoy.,8599,1857724,00.html

Senate: Rules and Trivia
November 9, 2008, 7:21 pm
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How do you expel a senator? 

I bet one person who knows the answer to that question is Alaska’s own Ted Stevens!  A vote is required and two-thirds of its members must vote to expel.  On a side note, I’ll be amazed that two-thirds of that group can agree on anything!

Last Senator to be expelled from the Senate? 

Robert Packwood of Oregon in 1995. is the best place for your personal blog or business site.