Monday, October 6, 2008

Kirk Still Leading in the Home Stretch

Mark Kirk is back in the District after showing independent leadership in the bi-partisan efforts to pass economic relief legislation in Congress. Dan would have voted against it or maybe for it, but maybe not – who knows – Mr. Negativity can only point fingers and never offers any positive solutions. Kirk, on the other hand, has a proven track record of delivering positive results on the issues that matter to people who live here in the tenth as noted by this weekend’s News-Sun endorsement.

Known for spending nearly every weekend and congressional break in the District (except for when he is serving in the Naval Reserves), we can expect to be seeing even more of Kirk in the next few weeks as he continues his hard work on behalf of the citizens of the 10th. He positively rocked it at the Candidates Forum on Saturday and I can’t wait for the next debate between Kirk and Seals. Even the ultra-left Daily Kos has released a poll showing Kirk still beating Seals and I am not sure the kirkisbush screaming lies from smirky-eddy-haskill-fake-smiling Seals will be able to move his numbers any further in his direction. Voters are more likely to be swayed by the growing list of endorsements Kirk is picking up than by Seals lackluster campaigning and the irrelevant ads from outside groups. Given that Seals has not been able to move his numbers in 3 years it is unlikely he can close the distance in just 30 days. Voters in the 10th know Mark Kirk is the right guy for the job.


northsidesoxfan said...

Glad to see you blogging again UM. I can't believe Seals would push a Kos poll. Talk about a credibility problem. Still, Mark needs to campaign non-stop until the end. I'm afraid the electorate could be in a "throw them all out mood"

Anonymous said...

I live in that district, and I hope that Seals loses. Rep. Kirk usually votes for tax cuts, but Seals probably wouldn't do that. Kirk's latest rating from Disabled American Veterans is 66%. I was in the navy for 21 years, including six months near Baghdad. We need a congressman who usually helps servicemembers who were wounded, fighting for our country.

Phil Collins