Saturday Diary Rescue

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And your weekend bonus: What Digby said...

I don't want to blow smoke. If this is a tidal wave as everyone's expecting, then many of these candidates will drown along with the 2006 Emmanuel Blue Dog class. We could lose a lot of good progressives in the surge. But if things are not as dire, and individual candidates are able to get past all the din and make their case, progressives may pull a few of these races out. If that happens, we will have a much clearer playing field after November and a much different argument.

It's certainly worth trying and its certainly worth doing to show these politicians who've stood up for progressive values, that when the chips are down we'll do everything we can to help them. Here's the link.

Saturday Diary Rescue

Enjoy. 

And your weekend bonus: What Digby said...

I don't want to blow smoke. If this is a tidal wave as everyone's expecting, then many of these candidates will drown along with the 2006 Emmanuel Blue Dog class. We could lose a lot of good progressives in the surge. But if things are not as dire, and individual candidates are able to get past all the din and make their case, progressives may pull a few of these races out. If that happens, we will have a much clearer playing field after November and a much different argument.

It's certainly worth trying and its certainly worth doing to show these politicians who've stood up for progressive values, that when the chips are down we'll do everything we can to help them. Here's the link.

Saturday Diary Rescue

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And your bonus: The Mis-Informant, Part 2.

Saturday Diary Rescue

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And your bonus: The Mis-Informant, Part 2.

Midweek Diary Rescue

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And your bonus, PPP - Breaking down the enthusiam gap:

Here's a lesson everyone interested in polling needs to get down between now and the election: the enthusiasm gap is not spread evenly across the country.

We've polled 23 different states since switching over to likely voters. Likely voters in those states this year report having voted for Barack Obama by an average of 1 point. Obama won the 23 states by an average of 9 points. So taken as a whole we're seeing on average an electorate that's 8 points more Republican friendly than in 2008.

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