Election Prediction and Commentary Thread, Plus A Pitch For “The Good and Faithful Servant”

Well friends, what are the predictions for Tuesday’s four races –VA, NJ, New York’s 23rd and CA’s 10th? Virginia will be a wipeout, and I think Hoffman wins as the power of new media will have successfully conveyed to the Republicans in New York’s 23rd that to keep the seat they have to vote for the Conservative Party’s Hoffman. If Dave Harmer actually beat Garamendi in CA’s 10th that would be a stunner with far reaching implications, but I don’t expect it.

Virginia will be a wipe-out and that will be a huge message to Congressional Democrats cosnidering Obamacare. The problem is they may be in too deep already to see any advantage in retreat, though Evan Bayh, Blanche Lincoln and Michael Bennet –senators from red to purple states– will have to study the VA results closely.

And please let me know if any among you have adopted The Good and Faithful Servant for your small group study. I’d like to find a few test groups that will let me knopw how it works out.

H3: 10/30/09 Emmett of the Unblinking Eye, Tarzana Joe

10300903 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 3 – Guest host Duane Patterson and Emmett present the number one movies of all time that feature a number from one to ten in the title. Later in the hour, Tarzana Joe concludes the week in verse with an ode to Nancy Pelosi’s version of Obamacare this week.

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H2: 10/30/09 Fred Barnes, Brian Wesbury, John Campbell

10300902 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 2 – Hugh talks political news of the week with Weekly Standard executive editor Fred Barnes, economic news of the week with Brian Wesbury, and talks with Congressman John Campbell about how well the Congress has performed under Democratic leadership in the first year of Obama.

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H1: 10/30/09 Jonathan Alter, John McIntyre, Michael Barone

10300901 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh talks about Obama’s first year in the presidency with Newsweek’s Jonathan Alter, then gets last minute political analysis and predictions from John McIntyre from Real Clear Politics, and Michael Barone from the Washington Examiner.

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