Tuesday, November 07, 2006

A Blackwell/DeWine Win = a Stolen Election?

Get ready for the kooks to croon from the rooftops if my predictions are correct:

While we have all been thinking about the Senate and House, there are elections taking place that will be just as important in deciding our future.

For example two in Ohio. Sherrod Brown and Ted Strickland you say? Well, they are both fantastic candidates, but those races are done deals unless the GOP steals them in broad daylight.

Because that is what it would take to erase leads of 30 and 20 points, respectively (as for Ted Strickland, I will write another piece here in the future discussing how he is the perfect new face for the Democratic Party).

If you ask me, there are going to be at least a few Democrats crying on Wednesday!


LargeBill said...


One could reasonably argue that a fair share of blame for the nuttiness of the far left can be laid at the feet of the pollsters who give false hope to the left. Why do they feel 2004 was stolen? Because the pollsters told them it was going to go the other way. If the pollsters had told the truth (or just shut up since they are incompetent) no one would have been surprised by the results.

Anonymous said...

Largebill, I think it's an example of how having the media in their hip pocket hurts Democrats. They are constantly told how great they are and never told about their weaknesses. Hence, they get shocked on election day.

Although unfortunately I'm not too sure they'll be crying tomorrow.

Steven J. Kelso Sr. said...

Phil: If they ain't cryin' we will be :)

Good Captain said...

Thanks for your post Steve. I live out here in California and have no insight into Ohio outside of what is reported which has been non-stop negative. What signs do you see offering hope for a surprise by both Blackwell and Dewine?

Steven J. Kelso Sr. said...

Good Captain: Ohio rarely changes horses mid-stream and the Dispatch polls predicting a large loss by DeWine are bunk. As for Blackwell, wishful thinking my friend, wishful thinking.

Good Captain said...

I wish you and yours the best of luck Steven. I remain hopeful and optimistic.

Steven J. Kelso Sr. said...