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Byron, dude, Chris is a professional political consultant. You can't blame the guy for making predictions, that will get him nothing, that could hurt his business if he was wrong.
Enough of this Mickey Mouse shit.
Let a real expert explain what will REALLY happen on Tuesday.
I look forward to receiving my books.
Bush -- 269
Kerry -- 269
House selects Bush for President
Senate selects Joe Lieberman for Vice President
Cheney receives quick confirmation as new Defense Secretary
Christie Todd Whitman receives quick confirmation as new Deputy Defense Secretary
John Ashcroft receives quick confirmation as new Ambassador to Ecuador
John Snow gives Jim Jeffords $1 trillion check to spend on special education and dairy subsidies "in any way you see fit."
GOP GAINS -- Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and South Dakota
DEMOCRATIC GAINS -- Illinois, Colorado and Alaska
(Louisianna goes to December 4th run-off. Newly created 527 group Veteran Cajun Chefs for Truth announce $3 gazillion campaign suggesting John hates spicy food; College Democrats counter with offer of free, unlimited blowjobs from hot LSU co-eds for any out-of-state voter who will move to
Lousiana and cast absentee ballot against Vitter. John strikes back at Vet Chefs by eating 49 plates of blackened gaspergoo; Mary Landrieu offers blowjobs for block walkers; Vitter's wife offers anal sex for newly registered Nebraskans in Baton Rouge.)
CD 1: Sandlin loses to Gohmert by 7 points (Smith and Gregg Counties overhwelm the rest of the distict)
CD 2: Lampson beats Poe by less than 500 votes (Poe's zipper problems hurts him with social conservatives in Harris County; Lampson benefits from strong Jefferson County turnout)
CD 17: Wohlgemuth beats Edwards by 8 points
(Brazos County is Williamson/Collin/Denton on steroids)
CD 19: Neugebauer beats Stenholm by 12 points
(No living person in Lubbock County has ever been represented by a foreigner, and the streak won't be broken)
CD 22: DeLay beats Morrison by 11 points
(Just not enough swing voters in this district)
CD 32: Sessions beats Frost by 5 points
(Voters in North Dallas proved themselves to be progressive by putting out Frost signs, but dammit, actually voting for Frost is just asking too much, even if they think Sessions is slap-dabbed nuts)
TEXAS HOUSE (yawn)
GOP GAINS: Mabry
DEM GAINS: None
Liebowitz in Bexar County should win in Bexar County, but probably won't. Witt should win in Harris County, but probably won't.
Drew - I understand Chris's job. I was mostly just poking fun at the comment on his prediction thread. I understand -- if I were making serious political consulting money, I wouldn't be making open predictions either.