NOW you guys believe the Moonie Times? Hehe.
Actually, this is pretty reasonable. And it reflects what I said during the redistricting process -- GOP gains three seats, four maybe.
Well, I still think their nuts, but it is telling that they're quite pessimistic about Republican's chances in several of these races.
Let's not concede the 10th district until the votes are counted, no matter how long the odds.
Does the two- or three-seat gain take into account that Tom DeLay might actually lose?
"I still think their nuts, but it is telling that they're quite pessimistic about Republican's chances in several of these races."
Which again affirms what I just said. NOW you believe the Moonie Times? Well, even a blind hig finds a truffle now and then . . .
Tom DeLay won't lose. Three-to-four seat gain, including the de facto pickup of the effectively uncontested open seat, Hall's switch, and the defeat of two of the white, anglo incumbents (Stenholm and Lampson). A fifth arises if Frost goes down. But the talk of a seven-seat gain was just smoke.