Were going for the Top!

It’s the bottom of the ninth the the bases are loaded. From the left field its Owens with 36 runs. The crowd in his area are calling out but not loudly. From the Right field its Hoffman with 35 runs. The crowd in his area are yelling and rooting loudly. And from the left side of center-left field its Scozzafava with 20 runs. The crowd is silent here. Whats this? Apparently Scozzafava has a few errors and some runs are disqualified. Some of the crowd is drifting to Owens stands and some are drifting to Hoffman. And some are staying right there or leaving the stadium.

Thanks to Stacy McCain for the phone updates. And for the call out.

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Published in: on November 1, 2009 at 12:00 am  Comments (6)  

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  1. I have enjoyed reading through your blog posts. I found you via Stacy McCain (The Other McCain).

    • Why thank you Meadow.

  2. Like Meadow above, I enjoyed finding your site here and came from The Other McCain. Thanks for everything that you are doing here and your support of the Hoffman campaign.

    Left Coast Rebel

    • Your welcome.

  3. I suspect that the evangelical dominance in the Republican Party will result in the party being relegated to a third party. I wonder if we may see a shift from the two parties we have known? I have posted on this at http://euandus3.wordpress.com/2009/11/02/the-republican-party-writing-itself-into-a-corner/

    You might be interested in this article: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33583328/ns/politics-more_politics/

    • Euandus it is the whole financial debacle that is driving the election and grassroots this year and somewhat in Obama’s election last year. The D.C. Republicans continual financial exuberance for boondoggles and increased government intrusion these past years have angered most Americans the evangelical have a somewhat dominance but the Social conservatives/moderates and financial moderates in the party leadership have been given a rude wake up call most republicans will either no longer stand for it or leave the party. Which the recent Rasmussen poll found that that 56 percent of conservatives are part of the republican party. As for the third party that would be difficult it would be better to transform the party from the ground up than start a new one. The power will soon be in the hands of the Americans tired of both parties going for more government spreading. A wildfire has started and is gaining strength.


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