November 2, 2010

11:30 p.m. U.S. Senate and House Tugs of War

Justin Katz

Taking Fox News's online balance a step farther, I've thrown together these simple graphics:

U.S. Senate

U.S. House

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Anyone want to start taking bets on the nominees in two years?

US Senate, vs. Whitehouse
Presidential, Republican
US House, vs. Cicilline

I'll go in reverse and say:

Rematch, Loughlin vs. Cicilline
Chris Christie fends off Palin, Paul, Romney
And the Republican to take on Sheldon Whitehouse, with a campaign of "Look what I got done with 90% of the General Assembly stacked against me!", Don Carcieri for US Senate.

Anyone else?

Posted by: Patrick at November 3, 2010 9:49 AM

Can we wait a day, at least?

Posted by: Andrew at November 3, 2010 10:27 AM

No, that's what makes it interesting, it's still in the heat of the moment. :)

Everyone's sick of the election stuff, but by February, it'll all be back in full swing with candidates announcing for President.

Posted by: Patrick at November 3, 2010 10:38 AM

Let Sara Palin run!
SNL has been getting a little boring.

Posted by: Swzool at November 3, 2010 11:44 AM

Palin?You have to be kidding.
You don't make the cheerleader the quaterback.
Christie still has to prove his programs are working,but he sure is energetic,intelligent,and not afraid to articulate his position.
Romney is a possibility,and so is Pawlenty.
Condoleeza Rice as VP?Experts on Russia like her again are needed.Plus she has outstanding experiential credentials.
She wouldn't be a bad Presidential candidate either.
I wouldn't be surprised if a non-politician took on that useless fop Sheldon.
I can't imagine six more years after 2012 of that nitwit.

Posted by: joe bernstein at November 4, 2010 3:29 AM