Thursday, February 09, 2006

Lincoln over Laffey

Captain Ed checks the latest polls and finds that Laffey doesn't do as well as Chaffee agains the Democrats. That doesn't mean that he thinks the RNSC should continue to attack Laffey in the Primary.

...if the Brown momentum continues, he is likely to out-poll the dry and dull Chafee by a considerable margin in the general election, and secondly Chafee's support for the national program of the GOP is so tepid that the loss will prove rather painless anyway. Chafee voted against the confirmation of Samuel Alito, joined the Gang of 14 last year, publicly announced that he would vote against his party's nominee for the White House in 2004, and in general has been a Republican out of convenience rather than any philosophical or true political connection.

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