Daily Archives: November 6, 2006

2,600 ‘grave dwellers’ cast ballots

New York — The new statewide database of registered voters contains as many as 77,000 dead people on its rolls, and as many as 2,600 of them have cast votes from the grave, according to a Poughkeepsie Journal computer-assisted analysis.

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Soldiers say Iraq pullout would be devastating

For the U.S. troops fighting in Iraq, the war is alternately violent and hopeful, sometimes very hot and sometimes very cold. It is dusty and muddy, calm and chaotic, deafeningly loud and eerily quiet. Leaving Iraq now would have devastating consequences, soldiers said.

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The Dems’ preemptive delegitimization plan

Michael Graham nails the Democrats’ strategy of undermining the election results before they’re tallied: “Either we win, or you cheated!”

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Video: The most shameless political ad you’ll ever see

This it isn’t the truth. Talent supports Stem Cell research. Not Embryonic Stem Cell Research (that has been proven ineffective). They leave that part out.
I wish Repubs would counter with an exact add of like people saying, “In a few years they would be going to high school, getting married, having grand kids, doing this and that … however, they were killed as embryos so that their stem cells could be used for unsuccessful research & so McCaskill could get elected.”

All they have to do is put the word “embryonic” and it would be truth. Why do Dems deny killing embryos? Oh yea, it doesn’t sound very caring to be killing babies.

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Video: Close race for Foley’s seat

Nov. 4: Democrats thought winning disgraced Florida congressman Mark Foley
’s seat would be easy. Now the race is neck and neck. NBC’s Mark Potter reports. (Nightly News)
“Punch Foley for Joe!”

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Will Saddam verdict affect Tuesday’s vote?

GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. 5 – President Bush and politicians from both parties hailed the conviction of Saddam Hussein on Sunday but disagreed on its larger meaning as campaign strategists tried to gauge the political impact just 48 hours before hard-fought midterm elections.

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Exiting Lawmaker Won’t Endorse Successor

WASHINGTON (AP) — Minnesota Democrat Keith Ellison is poised to make history by becoming the first Muslim in Congress. He will have to do so without the support of the longtime Democrat he hopes to replace in the Minneapolis-area district.

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