Monday, July 12, 2010

Boxer Underwater In Survey USA Poll-Oh Yeah Baby!

The news is something to behold as you can see by this link Fiorina Leads Boxer for First Time in California Senate Race.
According to Survey USA, in a poll of 1,000 voters (840 registered voters and 614 likely voters), Republican senate candidate Carly Fiorina is leading Sen. Ma'am Boxer, 47%-45%. And it is within the margin of error. But, it is the first time that Mrs. Fiorina has a lead in any recent poll since winning the Republican nomination in June.
The trend is clearly going towards Mrs. Fiorina and away from the cancer of the senate, Sen. Ma'am Boxer. Mrs. Fiorina has gone from a six-point deficit to a two-point lead. But, note the trend. And this is when people are supposedly not paying all that much attention, with it getting into the heart of summer.
According to the same poll, that leaves about eight percent of voters undecided. Split that vote and Mrs. Fiorina wins.
Again, this is no time to gloat or think that this means the race is over. It is nowhere near over. Sen. Ma'am Boxer always pulls the rabbit from her hat-abortion.
Almost any Sen. Ma'am Boxer commercial in election season is a primer that she has been steadfast in the "right" of women to kill their babies. And that she is tireless in so-called "women's issues".
Too bad that in Sen. Ma'am Boxerland, that seems to not include such things as the economy, how the government is taking away many a woman's income for redistribution. Nah, not important in Sen. Ma'am Boxerland.
That is where, I hope, Mrs. Fiorina gets her but good.
Mrs. Fiorina has had to make difficult decisions as a businesswoman. And yes, she had to cut jobs. And no, she did not do a Snidely Whiplash, play with a handle-bar moustache and gleefully cut thousands from her stint as CEO of Hewlett-Packard. But that is the difference between a real world business executive and a career politician who seems only capable of shooting her mouth off.
The trend is going our way. Keep it going against Sen. Ma'am Boxer.

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