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1 SnowdenBaggerVance  Sun, Nov 14, 2010 9:37:51am

Be careful Mr Gross, the Grizzly Mafia may call you and get you to ‘walk back’ for speaking ill of Mama Grizzly.

2 KarenJ503  Sun, Nov 14, 2010 10:37:10am

Here’s more Palin-endorsed Mama Grizzlies:
Star Parker
Ruth McClung
Janet Contreras
Brenna Findley
Jackie Walorski
(Anne Marie Buehrle’s race still undecided)

Palin-endorsed Papa Grizzlies
Tom Tancredo
John Raese
Tim Burns
Sean Bielat
John Koster
Keith Fimian
Morgan Philpot
Stephen Broden
Bill Marcy
Ray McKinney
John Gomez
and most likely Joe Miller

Additionally, here are Palin-endorsed losses in the 2010 Republican primaries:
Mama Grizzlies:
Karen Handel
(who pd $100,000 to Palin to get her to stump for her; now Handel’s failed campaign is $100,000 in arears)
Rita Meyer
Cecile Bledsoe
Angela McGlowan
Cecilia Heil

Papa Grizzlies:
Bryan Muphy
Clint Didier
Vaughn Ward
Bob McConnell
Todd Tiahrt

(heh…I found all the above here: washingtonpost.com
They need to update it, though)

3 Randall Gross  Sun, Nov 14, 2010 10:44:41am

Jonathan Barela, NM-01 Paul Beaudry, VT-01 Charlotte Bergmann, TN-09 Michael Berryhill,CA-18 Sean Bielat, MA-04 Richard Broadus, MD-04 Steven Broden, TX-30 Tim Burns, PA-12 Donna Campbell, TX-25 Lisbeth Carter, GA-04 Gary Clift, CA-10 John Colbert, CA-29 Janet Contreras, AZ-04 Peter Corrigan, OH-10 Theodore Danz, NY-21 Jerry Dembrowski, MA-07 John Dennis, CA-08 Charles Djou, HI-01 Scott Folkens, CA-43 Tom Ganley, OH-13 Dale Glading, NJ-01 John Gomez, NY-02 Jim Graham, OH-17 Morgan Griffith, VA-09 Bill Gunn, MA-01 Gerald Hashimoto, CA-09 Melissa Haluszczak, PA-14 John Hauler, MI-13 Rich Iott, OH-09 Harold Johnson, NC-08 Jim Judd, CA-06 Jerry Labriola,CT-03 Todd Lally, KY-03 Marty Lamb, MA-03 William Lawson, NC-04 Jason Levesque, ME-02 Mark Levya, IN-01 Anna Little, NJ-06 Fenn Little, GA-05 Charles Lollar, MD-05 Delia Lopez, OR-03 Bill Marcy, MS-02 Ed Martim, MO-03 Ruth McClung, AZ-07 Anthony Mele, NY-17 James Milano, NY-05 Jeff Miller, NC-11 Tom Mullins, NM-03 Teri Newman, IL-12 Star Parker, CA-37 Jeff Perry, MA-10 George Phillips, NY-22 Morgan Philpot, UT-02 Joel Pollak, IL-09 Nick Popaditch, CA-51 Jim Pratt, SC-06 William Randall, NC-13 Beth Anne Rankin, AR-04 David Ratowitz, IL-05 Mark Reed, CA-27 Rocky Raczkowski, MI-09 Leonard Roberto, NY-27 Art Robinson, OR-4 Keith Rothfus, PA-04 Jill Rowland, NY-28 Daniel Sahagun, CA-16 Chuck Smith, VA-03 Paul Smith, CA-05 Rob Steele, MI-15 Roland Straten, NJ-08 Van Tran, CA-47 Clayton Trotter, TX-20 Rick Tubbs, CA-07 Jacob Turk, MO-05 Bryan Underwood, TX-28 Glen Urquhart, DE-01 Don Volaric, MI-12 Jackie Walorski, IN-02 James Watkins, WA-01 Thomas Watson, CA-23 Tom Wesley, MA-02 Charles Wilkerson, CA-30 John Willoughby, HI-02 Michael Yost, FL-03

4 Randall Gross  Sun, Nov 14, 2010 10:45:18am

Those are Tea party losers above

5 Randall Gross  Sun, Nov 14, 2010 10:46:28am

Basically this should have been a landslide takeover of house and Senate year reminiscent of ‘94, but the Tea party blew it for the GOP.

6 (I Stand By What I Said Whatever It Was)  Sun, Nov 14, 2010 11:58:33am

re: #5 Thanos

Basically this should have been a landslide takeover of house and Senate year reminiscent of ‘94, but the Tea party blew it for the GOP.

Enh. It’s still comparable: In 1994, Democrats lost 54 seats in the House and 8 seats in the Senate. In 2010, Democrats lost 60 seats in the House and 6 seats in the Senate. The real difference is that Republicans did not take the Senate this time around.

I am also noting that the gubernatorial races did not pan out as dramatically as in 1994: Only 6 net losses for the Democrats in 2010 as opposed to 10 in 1994. That is, if I counted correctly.

Dunno about state legislatures…

7 Randall Gross  Sun, Nov 14, 2010 12:12:46pm

re: #6 000G

The senate is the main reason I don’t consider it comparable — w/o the Senate the R’s are still a minority party in essence with a double gatekeeper of Senate vote and possible Presidential veto working against them for any legislation they start.

8 (I Stand By What I Said Whatever It Was)  Sat, Nov 20, 2010 1:30:30pm

re: #7 Thanos

The senate is the main reason I don’t consider it comparable — w/o the Senate the R’s are still a minority party in essence with a double gatekeeper of Senate vote and possible Presidential veto working against them for any legislation they start.

Well, but there’s the state legislators and the gubernatorial races which largely fell into the GOP’s hands… And 2010 was a census year, 1994 was not. The GOP will pretty much redistrict and gerrymander the country until 2020….


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