Monday, October 29, 2007

Monday Morning Scores

Washington-------------------- 7

The seven points in the 4th quarter was a gift.


The four game sweep cements my earlier assertion that Cleveland would have gone all the way, which is what should have happened. I am still in denial regarding Cleveland's demise.

Estimated cerebral horsepower of Presidential Candidates:

Hillary Clinton-- 164
Barack Obama--- 151
Joe Biden-------- 150
John McCain------ 148 (year 2000) update-- 105 (2007)
Rudy Giuliani---- 142
John Edwards---- 142
Ron Paul--------- 140
Bill Richardson-- 133
Mike Huckabee---- 100
Fred Thompson---- 90
Duncan Hunter---- 34
Mitt Romney------- 14

Cash on hand of party national committees:

Democrats - $28 million
Republicans - $1.6 million
Libertarians - $34.18

Arizona State Party Fund raising results:

AZ Democratic Party: $1.4 million
AZ Republican Party: $440,000

Arizona Voter Registration since July:

Independents: 21,000
Democrats: 12,000
Republicans: 3,000

Percent strongly approving of President Eggplant: 15%
Percent strongly disapproving of President Eggplant: 50%
Percent supporting the passage of S-Chip: 81%
Percent wanting the US to leave Iraq: 74%

Percent change in evangelical Christians identifying abortion and sexual preference as important national issues: -83%

Percent change in evangelical Christians identifying poverty, peace, and social justice as important national issues: + 77%


Blogger Sirocco said...

I presume Romney got heavily marked down for enjoying Battlefield Earth?

It looks like we've seen the same polling data.

10/29/2007 10:54 AM  
Blogger Dustin said...

I'm itching to see the pats play the colts, it should be awesome. The pats have some new talent, and the colts have better D than last year.

I was wondering when evangelicals were going to come around. The GOP has given only lip service to social issues, moving on exactly none. I'm not saying they should be democrats, but it's time to ask the GOP, "what have you done for me lately?"

10/29/2007 10:57 AM  
Blogger thinkright said...

Man, the Pats are clearly the class of NFL. They need to check to see if Brady is a Terminator-robot from the future set on destroying the rest of the league.

10/29/2007 1:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First off, look at those bottom political stats on funding...and changes in preferences. That is astonishing.

With these, and what I am seeing elsewhere, I think 2008 may be looked back at as what political scientists call a political favor of democrats.

On that PATS...they are a juggernaut. I believe the addition of Randy Moss has been what has brought them from incredible to unstoppable. He has drawn coverage everywhere and still amassed 11 touchdowns so far. Even on a bad day...the last two weeks with about 50 yards receiving and a TD...he draws defense back and allows people like Stallworh and Welker to do all the damage.

I think Randy Moss is headed to the hall of fAME...HE IS REBORN...

10/30/2007 11:35 AM  
Blogger Dustin said...

too bad randy moss is a quitter, and only tries when he wants. All that aside, I agree that he is a good fit in NE, I just don't think he is hall of fame material.

10/30/2007 3:09 PM  

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