Monday, January 14, 2008

Nevada Dem primary polls tighten up to 3-way dead heat...

Nevada Dem primary polls tighten up to 3-way dead heat...
But unfortunately, in a year when Democratic voters want "change," the 2 candidates (Kucinich and Edwards) with the campaigns most centered on direct CONFRONTATION of corporate excess and vast government corruption, are being smothered by cash flowing in to the two "pretty" Democratic Senators still in the race... Senators who between them couldn't FILIBUSTER a single atrocious bill, budget boondoggle, extra-legal policy, or Bush administration nominee, if their lives depended on it.

The bottom line is, Voters may TALK that they want change, but until they are feeling the pain of economic or social dislocation, voters actually prefer good looking candidates who "make them feel comfortable," over those who promise to fight and stir up the system.

New Poll: Democratic race in Nevada a dead heat

A new poll by the Reno Gazette-Journal shows a neck-and-neck three-way race among Democrats for Saturday's caucus. On the Republican side, U.S. Sen. John McCain has taken his first lead in Nevada of the election season, and Mitt Romney, who has been working Nevada harder than any other Republican, is trailing in fourth place.

A look at the top line results (more will be posted later this morning):

Barack Obama: 32 percent
Hillary Clinton: 30 percent
John Edwards: 27 percent