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Russ Feingold for President

Wednesday, March 09, 2005

IF the election were held today...

MyDD :: Due Diligence of Politics, Election Forecast & the World Today: "four months later, Bush would still beat Kerry, Zogby found, 46-42 percent, with 7% choosing 3rd party."

I think that this really points out how much the Democratic Party needs a leader like Sen. Feingold. Seven percent would choose a third party today, after seeing what kind of a candidate the John Kerry was.

When over half of the country doesn't approve of either Bush's foreign or domestic policy, and he'd still win election, we have a serious problem. And that problem was that people felt there wasn't much of a choice between the parties. Apparently, they still do.

Kerry and Bush were very different, I believe. But Kerry didn't campaign that way. Even he was afraid to be call himself what he is, a liberal.

Bush drops 4 points, Kerry drops 6 points from his total, and "Third Party" increases by 5-6 points. People are disillusioned with both parties, but tell me, what party do you think an increase in support like that would mostly come from?


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