President Obama (or “Barack”, if you’re Joe Biden), laid out Tuesday’s election as we have known it all along:
“My name may not be on the ballot, but our agenda for moving forward is on the ballot, and I need everybody to turn out.”
Can that be any clearer readers?
If you want the agenda of this Democrat President — and of Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid — to move forward, then the Democrats are your people.
If you do not, then it’s the R on the ballot.
Please fill in the oval accordingly.
Oh, and you will remember that referencing Vice President Joe’s visit to Omaha, Tom White said of Biden,
“The folks in Omaha love that man.”
Well then. Let us hammer that home, noting Lee Terry’s closing commercial:
You may have seen last Sunday what the AP said about the NE-2 race:
“…most (political) publications and analysts have concluded that the seat is likely safe for Terry.”
And we discussed the recent OWH poll the other day, which we believe surveyed six people and a cat in the offices of Barrett’s Castle, and found that Tom White is the next Chairman of Ways and Means.
However, outside of that scientific poll, we looked at another group that we are sure has ALL the latest polls in their hands. And they also have lots and lots of cash in their pockets. And they dole out said cash when they think they have a shot of winning.
We speak of the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee (the DCCC).
In 2008 they poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into Nebraska’s second district because they thought Jim Esch could knock off Lee Terry.
(Editor’s note: They were wrong.)
But two years later?
In the final week of the “hotly contested” NE-2 race?
Not a nickel.
Oh, but they are spending money. In their Top 66 races they are dropping over $21 million this week.
But not in Nebraska’s second.
Maybe they just didn’t see the OWH poll?