Bad Days To Be A GOP

Ken AshfordElection 2006, RepublicansLeave a Comment

This is how bad things are for the lower-than-whale-dung GOP.

The new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll spells bad news for the GOP next month — public approval of the Republican Party is at an alltime low.

Charlie Cook now says that 50 GOP seats are in jeopardy.

Dick Morris says the GOP base is heading out the door and the result will be a two-house pickup for the Democrats.

Chris Shays continues to campaign for a straightjacket and a padded room.

Bush celebrated “National Character Counts Week” with a GOP representative who strangled his mistress.

The DCCC will borrow money to finish off 30 GOP incumbents, all in districts where the Democrat already leads, and the NRCC is pulling out of races in Texas, Ohio, South Carolina, and West Virginia. And the Dems are on the verge of winning a key seat in Pennsylvania as well.

Democrats are going to spend $20 million on GOTV and voter targeting efforts in key Senate races.

The Post endorses Jim Webb over George “N-Word” Allen.

A record 22 Democratic challengers have raised at least $1 million each to defeat GOP incumbents.

The Post today mentions the words “lame duck” and “Bush” in the same sentence.

The American Taliban base of the GOP wants to target gay Republicans on the Hill for a “pink purge” after the election in what would be the opening salvo in the unraveling of the modern GOP.

The New York Times says the GOP is facing alarm bells in Ohio.

Democrats are effectively using the minimum wage issue against the GOP.

Duke Cunningham used the Intelligence Committee and its staff to enrich himself. Curt Weldon dealt with some very unsavory characters to enrich himself.