Kos Kautiously Optimistic

Did anyone catch this post by Kos cautioning the salivating leftwingnut hordes not to start popping the champange just quite yet? He sounds less-than-thrilled with the momentum he no doubt thought the Donks would gain with Foleygate:

I'm getting a little nervous with people thinking we have any race this fall in the bag. While things look great for us right now, the election isn't right now. And if Republicans can do anything, it's close the deal. And quite frankly, we're not a sure thing anywhere.

We've got to pick up six seats for a majority, seven if we want to avoid a potential Lieberman blackmail situation (if he wins his race). We have to hold all of our own endangered seats (looking solid in MN, okay in MD, and iffy in NJ). Then, in the Republican-held competitive races left -- MO, MT, OH, PA, RI, TN, and VA -- all but one feature incumbents, always the hardest races to win. Incumbents rarely, rarely lose.

That's the blogosphere kingmaker speaking. Not exactly the triumphant warrior on a white horse you'd think he'd be at this point.

Read it all. If you're feeling saucy, sludge through the comments.

Cross-posted at Mein BlogoVault.

Posted by: Good Lt. at 09:22 PM


1 The media ran the same plays in 2004, wasn't impressed then, not now. Kerry by 6, they even fixed the exit polls to try and suppress turnout. Anyone with a brain knows it not true. Did you notice how the polls always tighten right before the election, the clue, the polls are all phony push polls.

North Korea just injected a healthy dose of reality in the Democrats party plans.

Posted by: bill at October 10, 2006 09:35 PM

2 And quite frankly, we're not a sure thing anywhere.


Given his 0 - 20 record thus far, Kos is afraid even to breathe.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at October 10, 2006 11:47 PM

3 I guess Kos is thinking about his .000 batting average when it comes to backing candidates.

Lamont doesn't count, since it was a primary, and Liebs looks to keep his seat as an independent.

Posted by: William Teach at October 11, 2006 08:54 AM

4 Aw, man. This is really bad news.

Kos is always wrong. If he says Foley is not going to be a problem, that means the Republicans had better fasten their seat belts and get ready for a real rough ride.

Posted by: Phillep at October 11, 2006 09:57 PM

5 My son loves Mark Foley

Posted by: Greyrooster at October 12, 2006 10:18 PM

6 Kos is a faggot. I bet he gets it up the ass from a big black man.

Posted by: Big Roger at October 15, 2006 11:55 PM

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