Friday, January 22, 2010
There's a pretty good article up over at RCP talking about the state of the Senate races in 2010. What with all the Hub and Bub about Scott Brown's big win in Massachusetts, it's suddenly quite fashionable to discuss how many seats our republican brothers might pick up next fall. But the crew of non-linear malcontents over here at Bludgeon & Skewer couldn't let that one roll by without throwing out the possibility that the republicans night not be the only political party to pick up a seat in 2010. After all, Libertarian Chuck Donovan is in the race.
So fire up your browser and dash over to RCP and join the fray! But before you do, head over to the adsense bar and see what the menu du jour is for today! Remember that every time you click on a political ad for Karen Handel, John Oxendine, Nathan Deal or Roy Barnes, a good chunk of campaign cash comes out of their accounts and a smidgen of it winds up here. What a TwoFer!
Here are the breadcrumbs I left at RCP:
Posted by: TOT
Jan 22, 09:02 AM
It would be a mistake to consider republican Senator Isakson's seat in Georgia as safe. Chuck Donovan will carry the Libertarian banner this fall and call Senator Isakson out on a variety of issues. He’s already started taking our incumbent republican Senator to task over at his campaign website [www.donovanforsenate.com]. Drop by and see for yourself.
Chuck has a pick up truck and he's not afraid to use it. If our democrat brothers and sisters can’t get their act together and actually field a candidate for the seat it might lead to a repetition of the 2008 PSC race that saw Libertarian John Monds garner over 1,000,000 votes against the republican he ran against. Woo Hoo!
Posted by Shane Bruce at 7:03 AM