The course of American democracy may be decided on the first Saturday of November in the following college football games: Florida vs Georgia, Michigan vs Indiana, Illinois vs Ohio State, and Texas vs Texas Tech.
Tom Tancredo will probably be calling on the Lord again. When he needs to change his mind he lets the Lord do it for him. When he makes a decision he later regrets, he simply calls on the Lord who then decides what he should do.
But most people will see the lesson of the election clearly: You can't win an election without women, and most women just aren't going to vote for someone who wants to strip away our rights, and take us back to the 1950s.
I'm angry. It's OK to be angry. In New York, there's a lot to be angry about, so why shouldn't I be angry? I say what's on my mind. If I offended anybody, I apologize. So here's my question: Why am I losing by 20 points?
Today, I turn to gubernatorial elections, which follow a pattern similar to Senate polls. I used estimates of the relationship between polls and outcomes in the 2006 and 2008 gubernatorial elections to generate a set of predictions.
Independents have a reputation for handing elections to the "undeserving" candidate. But the diverse make-up of a Independent nominee's camp in Massachusetts might cancel out the larger impact of their defection.
One can't deny the veracity of GOP gubernatorial candidate Tim James' statement ("This is Alabama. We speak English.") Unless, of course, where you are right now isn't Alabama, which means that you're an illegal homosexual.