I'd give to him based on this appeal, but I had the fortune of meeting Steve (very briefly) about a year ago at a ballot issue summit. This Montana boy is already in for $15. I'll do whatever else I can to help.
He's right. You're an idiot. You couldn't even get the law of demand right. The law is when the price of something increase, the quantity demanded decreases. Demand itself only changes due to other changes in the underlying system (demand for labor may increase, for example, when there is more work to be done; quantity demand for labor will increase when labor becomes cheaper).
Go learn some econ before you start spouting off in diaries like this one. You don't even know the 101 terminology.
I don't doubt the national trends, but the Montana race is showing precisely the opposite - Tester up in likely voter surveys and tied or slightly down in registered voter surveys.
We nominated a good man who has the base excited out here. Critical youth-heavy areas of the state are poised to turn out in force. And Tester's approval is staying high, which bodes well for us even if the electorate expands.
You've got Tester and Baucus doubled up on two committees--pretty unlikely. I'm not sure how often a state has double representation on committees, but my impression is that the preference is to spread the love and influence a bit.