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Jeremy
03-17-2010, 02:12 PM
Even if he doesn't win, I think this is a very important race. I want Pelosi to be very upset in this election, even if she wins. I think under 70% will make her start worrying. Heck... I heard even under 80% made her upset. Imagine if she only won with 60%? She needs to realize that she has done things in the last two years that the people don't agree with. Even more so than the years before.

donkefant
03-17-2010, 02:16 PM
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Arklatex
03-17-2010, 04:43 PM
Yes we need to get this lady out at any cost and John Dennis is more than adequate for this purpose. I've donated to his campaign when Ron Paul come out in his support.

Inflation
03-19-2010, 08:18 PM
De-throne Pelosi.

It's not HER Senate seat.

It belongs to the PEOPLE.

If we can throw out Kennedy, Nancy is also vulnerable.

QueenB4Liberty
03-19-2010, 08:21 PM
De-throne Pelosi.

It's not HER Senate seat.

It belongs to the PEOPLE.

If we can throw out Kennedy, Nancy is also vulnerable.

realistically what are her approval ratings like?

07041826
03-19-2010, 08:42 PM
"In an October poll, Pelosi registered a 34% approval rating in the state of California, with only a small majority of Democrats (51%) giving her high marks."

http://www.johndennis2010.com/blog/2009/december/ca-independent-voter-network

I saw a poll from January 2010 that said she was at 39% approval in CA

t0rnado
03-19-2010, 08:51 PM
"In an October poll, Pelosi registered a 34% approval rating in the state of California, with only a small majority of Democrats (51%) giving her high marks."

http://www.johndennis2010.com/blog/2009/december/ca-independent-voter-network

I saw a poll from January 2010 that said she was at 39% approval in CA

The problem with those statistics is that they aren't representative of the 8th District which includes San Francisco. Remember, the majority of voters in California supported Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage, but the vast majority of people in the 8th District opposed the ban on gay marriage. Although her approval rating in the entire state of California is 39%, it is likely much higher in her district.

I seriously hope that John Dennis reaches Democrats who oppose the occupation of Iraq and the drug war.

07041826
03-19-2010, 08:58 PM
The problem with those statistics is that they aren't representative of the 8th District which includes San Francisco. Remember, the majority of voters in California supported Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage, but the vast majority of people in the 8th District opposed the ban on gay marriage. Although her approval rating in the entire state of California is 39%, it is likely much higher in her district.

I seriously hope that John Dennis reaches Democrats who oppose the occupation of Iraq and the drug war.

True. According to
http://wapedia.mobi/en/California%27s_8th_congressional_district?t=5.
Pelosi got 71% of the vote in '08 while the anti-war candidate, Cindy Sheehan, got 16.8%. Tough fight for Dennis.

Bergie Bergeron
03-19-2010, 09:14 PM
It's a good year to be a Republican and Pelosi was riding the Obama wave so all bets are off :D