HAHA, you wish. Your two parties don't have enough time to "RE-INVENT" themselves before the next two elections. We will still be the MAJORITY, your repukes can't keep their foot out of their mouths slandering all the voters they need...i.e. women, blacks, Hispanics, youth, etc.....Sorry, deal with it loser lemming.<quoted text>
Ditch the DIMOCRATS (at every opportunity!).
Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham and Mike Enzi unlikely to win primary, according to National Journal's Top 10 list
Some of the GOP's most senior senators are singled out on the national list evaluating which lawmakers are facing the real possibility of losing their seats.
Some of the GOP's most senior senators made it on the National Journal's list of "Top 10 lawmakers who could lose a primary next year."
Minority leader Mitch McConnell, South Carolina's Lindsey Graham and Wyoming Sen. Mike Enzi have been officially marked as "in danger" by the website, along with Idaho Republican Rep Mike Simpson and Democrat Brian Schatz from Hawaii.
McConnell, the 71-year-old Senate stalwart who entered the chamber in 1985, faces tea partier Matt Bevin in the primary, with Alison Lundergan Grimes running as a Democrat.
His campaign manager Jesse Benton has boasted "there is absolutely no risk to Sen. McConnell in a primary" but even with nearly $10 million of campaign funds, McConnell has been tanking in the polls.
Bevin's camp reveled in news that McConnell was included on the list, saying it is a mark of his unpopularity.
"Sen. McConnell is a 30-year career politician ... his long record of putting his own career first is catching up with him," Sarah Durand from Bevin's campaign told the Daily News.
Over in Wyoming, Dick Cheney's daughter Liz carries the weight of her father's name, and benefits from his political connections, which are seen as serious threats to Enzi - a Senator since 1997.
Though he has experience on his side, he hasn't been able to convince donors to fork over the cash and his campaign has a laughable half-million in the bank to fund his re-election race.
Down in the Palmetto State, the 58-year-old Graham is increasingly seen as Republican-lite given his support for Obama's immigration reform.
Contenders for the GOP primary in South Carolina now also include Richard Cash and the Citadel's first female grad, Nancy Mace.
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