Thursday, May 27, 2010

Blumenthal Proves Not All Voters Angry

Apparently, no one gives a hoot that Senate candidate Richard Blumenthal lied. Given the fact that the media keeps telling us voters are outraged with politics as usual, you'd think voters would kick him to the curb. Connecticut-ers are probably a happier bunch of people, who vote for the happier party, the democrats.
About a week after acknowledging he "misspoke" about his military service during the Vietnam era, a new poll released Thursday shows Democratic Senate candidate Richard Blumenthal remains popular among Connecticut voters and maintains a double-digit lead in the race.

The Quinnipiac University Poll, conducted May 24-25, shows Blumenthal leading the endorsed Republican Senate candidate, former wrestling executive Linda McMahon, by a 56 percent to 31 percent margin in the race to fill the seat being vacated by the retiring Sen. Chris Dodd. msnbc