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Analysis: Will Republicans Win the Senate?

John3839 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 5:50 PM
We have a President with no foreign policy experience or ideas. So we're even on foreign factors, and the O is a zero on economic matters. Romney by 10.
RT250 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 6:08 PM
Remember when TH posters had their panties all twisted because they said Obama had no business experience? Now, Romney wants a vice president who also has no business experience. Funny, conservatives don't care this time - if they ever did.
John3839 Wrote: Sep 17, 2012 5:51 PM

Leading up to the 2012 election cycle, many analysts predicted Republicans would seize a Senate majority with relative ease.  The math is heavily tilted in their favor:  Of the 33 seats up for grabs, 23 are controlled by Democrats.  The GOP needs to net four seats to guarantee control of Congress' upper chamber.  If Mitt Romney wins the presidency, a net of three seats would hand Republicans an effective majority, as Vice President Ryan would act as the tie-breaker.  But a few funny things happened on the way to 51 seats.  Safe incumbent Olympia Snowe of Maine decided to...

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