Actor Jon Voight will speak to conservative activists at a rally in Washington tomorrow
Washington Times (Inside the Beltway) - "The health care vote looms heavy over the nation in the next 72 hours, like the sword of Damocles or maybe a 500-pound gorilla holding the sword of Damocles. Prepare for media saturation as press and pundits handicap, underestimate and overpackage the confusing legislation that has come to symbolize the agony and/or ecstasy of the democratic process. There will be whirling graphics, vote tallies, time lines, speculation: Broadcasters will treat the vote like an election, the coverage amped up by emotional politicians and the added frisson of 'tea party' street protests at the Capitol, led by, among others, actor Jon Voight."
Shocking Poll in California Senate Race: Democrat Boxer in Dead Heat with Republican Campbell
Rasmussen Reports - "Incumbent Democrat Barbara Boxer is now in a virtual dead heat with former Congressman Tom Campbell in California's U.S. Senate race. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely voters in the state finds Boxer leading Campbell 43% to 41%"
Another Senate Poll: McCain-Hayworth race tightening in Arizona
Rasmussen Reports - Sen. John McCain lost his bid for the presidency in 2008, and now it looks like he's fighting for his very political life as the most recent Rasmussen poll shows the Arizona GOP U.S. Senate race is tightening. McCain's lead over J.D. Hayworth has narrowed to seven points, down from twenty-two in January - and it's now within the poll's margin of error.
Chicago Tribune (Jonah Goldberg) - "The quest for single-payer health care is not primarily grounded in good economics nor in good politics but in a heartfelt ideological desire for 'social justice.' The constant debate over whether the 'European model' is better than ours often sounds like an empirical debate, but at its core it's a cultural and philosophical argument that stretches back more than a century. Democrats don't get it
Shreveport Times (Ward P. Minot, Jr.) - Even with the majority of Americans against this massive ObamaCare health reform, President Obama, his administration and the Democratic Congress leaders, Sen. Reid and Speaker Pelosi continue to push this health care reform.
Fox News Poll: 68% say vote out all incumbents
Fox News - "If American voters only had the following two choices on the Congressional ballot -- keep all current lawmakers in office, or get rid of all incumbents in Congress -- what would they do?
"A new Fox News poll asked that question, and the answer could be bad news for incumbents this fall. Sixty-eight percent of voters would oust all incumbents, while 20 percent would keep all lawmakers in office."
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