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Massachusetts Senate Poll: Markey Pulling Away?

Rich Not wealthy Wrote: Jun 13, 2013 4:59 PM
I have lived in both the north and south and I can tell from my experience that in the south, those that are racist are loud and proud of it. There aren't near as many as there once was there either. In the north, they spout non-racist sayings all the time, but are very racist behind closed doors. The north leads in the racism of low expectations and that blacks and hispanics need their help because they can't make it on their own.

Perhaps, according to a new Harper Poll -- via Conservative Intel's David Freddoso:

Democratic Congressman Ed Markey holds a formidable 12-point lead over Republican Gabriel Gomez in the race to succeed Secretary of State John Kerry. However, there are clear signs of opportunity for Gomez. Republican and Democratic voters have put their jerseys on for their respective teams as Markey gets 80% of the Democratic vote and Gomez gets 81% of the Republican vote. Among independent voters, the race is tied at 41-41%. -