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Look for Conservative Sweep in Three Key Races Tuesday

Monday, 02 Nov 2009 03:55 PM

By John LeBoutillier

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Three races are crucial in this year’s off-off-year elections on Tuesday.

The GOP and/or conservative movement will win all three — in a rejection of Obamanomics, massive government debt and deficit spending, and the lurch to the left in Washington:

1) Virginia: This race is over. Robert F. McDonnell recaptures the governor’s office for the GOP. Obama has been in there for Creigh Deeds, the Democrat, and it hasn’t helped. Part of the problem is Obama himself, but most is Deeds’ fault. He is an inarticulate candidate.

2) New Jersey: a blue state with a Democratic incumbent, Jon Corzine, who has had a bad record on spending, taxes, and jobs as governor. Obama has gone “all in” for Obama: The White House political office has daily conference calls with Corzine’s staff; Obama has made five trips to New Jersey.

Indeed, this race will be interpreted as a measure of Obama’s political muscle. Can Obama “save” Corzine? Or is he actually hurting Corzine?

Prediction: Chris Christie is a weak candidate who has run a non-existent campaign. But he will win anyway by 2 points, as Corzine is terminal.

3) New York’s 23rd Congressional District: What a race this is/was! An open seat, held forever by the GOP. This time there was a weak — and liberal — GOP woman; a Conservative Party nominee with support and funding; and a typical squishy Democrat.

The liberal GOP woman, Dede Scozzafava, dropped out of the race three days before Election Day and then endorsed the Democrat!

What a total disaster she is. Hopefully the GOP will not allow her to remain a Republican in the New York State Assembly.

Smelling blood, Joe Biden came into the district on Monday for the Democrat. Tons of congressional Democrats and even the White House have entered the race at the last minute.

Prediction: Hoffman, the Conservative Party nominee, will win by 5 points.

Overall, it will be a bad day for Obama, the Democrats, and the Left.

Even the so-called mainstream media will be forced to admit that Obama — and liberalism — were rejected in these races.

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