Curb Your Enthusiasm, Moonbats

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The moonbats are barking loud this morning.  Simple arithmetic tells me a slightly different story about the overall attractiveness of BDS at the ballot box.  This was one of the hottest Senate primaries in recent memory.  Yet the approximately 146,000 people who voted for Lamont yesterday represent only around 21% of those registered as Democrats and about 7.5% of the Connecticut's total registered voting base of around 2 million. I'd like to see Moore's ideas on how Lamont can appeal to enough of the 1.854 million Connecticut voters who didn't pull the lever for him yesterday to win a three way race in November.  

Rosslyn Smith    8 09 06
 
 

The moonbats are barking loud this morning.  Simple arithmetic tells me a slightly different story about the overall attractiveness of BDS at the ballot box.  This was one of the hottest Senate primaries in recent memory.  Yet the approximately 146,000 people who voted for Lamont yesterday represent only around 21% of those registered as Democrats and about 7.5% of the Connecticut's total registered voting base of around 2 million. I'd like to see Moore's ideas on how Lamont can appeal to enough of the 1.854 million Connecticut voters who didn't pull the lever for him yesterday to win a three way race in November.  

Rosslyn Smith    8 09 06