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i think you may be overstating your case.
Gino, I don't know about the other two, but I wouldn't want to be Tim Walz right now. But November will tell.
i think you may be overstating your case.No, Gino. I'm definitely coming for all three of those guys and there will be a lot of others.WBP, the other two guys represent Wisconsin districts that have been Republican in the past. Ron Kind was probably in trouble in the 3rd (Western Wisconsin) in any event, but this will hurt him. As for Kagen, he represents the 8th, which is where I grew up. It's a very conservative, heavily Catholic area. Democrats have held the seat 5 times in the past 50 years, including now. Unless Kagen wins about 75% of the vote in Green Bay this time around, he's toast.And Gino, WBP is right about Walz. His district (MN-1) is a swing district that includes Rochester, home of the Mayo Clinic. He just lost Rochester and he'll have a very difficult time making up those votes elsewhere.
Paul Ryan!!!!Hello Wisconsin.http://www.shotinthedark.info/wp/?p=9494http://www.c-spanvideo.org/videoLibrary/clip.php?appid=597873844How many pages in the final ObamaNationCare takeover bill?How many words in the final bill?How many words in the constitution?
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