Reid and other problems
thinks Reid is done for: "In the end, I don't believe Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will run
for re-election. Whether or not the health-care bill he muscled through
the Senate becomes law, the 70-year-old will bow out of his race for a
fifth term." For what it's worth, I agree. And there is a connection between the possible political earthquake coming regarding "the people's seat"
in Massachusett. Should Brown beat Coakley, for the Democrats black chaos and desolation will follow. But, it can be easily argued that even if Coakley wins by, say 12 points, the fact that it is even a question--in the most Democratic state in the Union--one week before the election, is already a victory for the GOP. Either way, I don't thionk Reid will run again. He cannot win with a 52% unfavorable
Update: The Quinnipiac Poll
released today: "American voters are split 45 - 45 percent on whether Barack Obama's first year in office is a
success or failure and split 35 - 37 percent on whether the U.S. would be better off if John
McCain had won the 2008 election....As he marks the first anniversary of his inauguration, President Obama's approval has
slipped slightly into an even 45 - 45 percent split for the first time."
9:28 AM / January 13, 2010