Oct 31, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Boston Globe
Democrats believe they can secure their first all-Democratic Senate delegation from Alaska in more than 40 years, with their once-overlooked nominee making a late charge and claiming the momentum is in his favor in a heated three-way contest.
#57 Nov 3, 2010
Joe teabagger had a 20-oint lead. Now, he can't even beat a write-in teabagger?
Since: Nov 08
#58 Nov 3, 2010
why, you haven't proven any of your lies, and I've ask you 40 times, well at least 23.
#59 Nov 3, 2010
Both attempts were stopped- unlike 911 where over 3000 were murdered due to inaction.
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