Sunday, February 14, 2010

Stunning Number: 8% Say Incumbents Should Be Relected

According to this NYT poll, only 8% of Americans say that incumbents should be re-elected. 81% believe that "its time to give new people a chance." This brings two questions to my mind, "8% sounds kind of high to me, was that within their margin of error?" and "Is John Boozman leaving Congress to run for Senate anyone's idea of "new people"?"


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I sure hope people are bright enough to realize electing somebody like Boozman to a different office is, indeed, keeping an incumbent.

5:11 AM, February 15, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its too bad Boozman jumped in. We had two good candidates in Sen Holt and Sen Baker. Both were new freash faces. But with Boozman we'll be stuck with another boring bought off senator, just with a different letter behind their name.

8:53 AM, February 15, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think Boozman is going to win the primary, and I'm certain he wouldn't beat Lincoln.

11:20 AM, February 15, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Boozman wins the primary he will defeat Lincoln. Anyone could defeat her. But I think he will have problems in the primary.

8:10 PM, February 15, 2010  

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