Thursday, November 10, 2005

Republican Edge on Key Issues Is Slipping Amid Party's Setbacks

By JOHN HARWOOD
Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
November 10, 2005; Page A1

Republicans, wincing from losses in two governors' races this week and President Bush's current political weakness, face a broader problem as well: Some of the party's most potent traditional advantages appear to be eroding.

Amid their failure Tuesday to take back governor's seats in either Virginia or New Jersey, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News Poll shows that Republicans have lost the upper hand on a series of issues they've counted on to preserve their congressional majorities in 2006.

 
Not good for Monkey-boy and  Darth.
 
Matter of fact, this spells real trouble for the GOP.
 
 

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