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Specter: Ultimate Washington Insider

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There are five recent polls on Toomey-Specter-Sestak Senate 2010. All five consistently show Arlen Specter beating Joe Sestak in head to head ballot test in the May 18th Primary. All consistently show Pat Toomey beating Joe Sestak on November 2d 2010. The polls are inconsistent in Toomey Specter ballot test although consistent in demonstrating that Arlen Specter's high Unfavorable and low Re-elect numbers among Pennsylvania likely voters.

The six poll by Rasmussen describes the Center Right preferences of the American Voter which is consistent with Pat Toomey's message centered on Constitutional Limited Government, Economic Freedom and Personal Responsibility

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6 Polls: Conflicting Reports

A poll is a snapshot of voter perception at a particular time in the context of that time. Five recent polls in Toomey Specter Sestak 2010 Senate contest, taken approximately the same time in February -March 2010, have conflicting results.
Below are Six polls taken in last two months from Rasmussen, Quinnipiac, Daily Kos, Susquehanna Polling, Franklin ~Marshall and a sixth from Rasmussen evidencing Americans preference for less interventionist and less expensive government.
Rasmussen and Quinnipiac are, in my opinion, the most reliable and have conflicting results. A January 2010 Quinnipiac polls showed Toomey even with Specter. Franklin ~Marshall's Terry Madonna's February Poll shows Pat Toomey with 10 point among likely voters. Terry Madonna provides a good explanation of polling techniques and methodology for the differences between his poll and Quinnipiac March poll.
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Specter: The Ultimate Washington Insider Strikes Again

"Can you trust him?" a short chronology ofcareer politician Arlen Specter's opportunistic changes of position on "Public Option" on Health Care legislation and Reconciliation Process from the Toomey Campaign. Small wonder that Pat Toomey is so far up in the polls.
Hypocrisy Alert: The Ultimate Washington Insider Strikes Again - This Time on Health Care
Allentown, PA - Arlen Specter's desire to win over the far-left wing of the Democratic Party took on a new level of desperation this week.
Nearly a year ago, Specter adamantly opposed both the public option and using a procedural method known as reconciliation to jam a mammoth health care bill through the Senate. Specter even went so far as to call reconciliation a "colossal mistake." Since then Specter has done a one-eighty on both matters, signing a letter this past weekend urging Harry Reid to bring the public option back for a vote and to use reconciliation to ram it through the Senate despite widespread public and bipartisan opposition (see a detailed timeline below).

Now, Specter is defending his about-face, saying, he has suddenly discovered "research has disclosed there are many occasions where reconciliation has been used in analogous circumstances." (PoliticsPA).
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Joe Sestak Supports Trial of KSM in PA

This is beyond extreme. US Rep. Joe Sestak Supports KSM Trial In Penna.
It makes no sense that a US Admiral supports the Appeasement agenda of the Obama Administration which takes the position that Non-American citizens, Jihadists, captured in foreign country in war against US have all the Constitutional Rights of every American. This are battlefield combatants to be tried by military tribunals. It is very dangerous to try them in Pennsylvania and for what purpose?
Extremism Watch: Sestak Supports Trial of KSM in PA
February 1, 2010
Allentown - How extreme is Joe Sestak?
The answer is, very extreme. Joe Sestak supports trying 9/11-mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in Western Pennsylvania even as many local Pennsylvania Democrats are opposing the idea and many national Democrats are urging President Obama to try Mohammed in a military tribunal.
On Sunday, Joe Sestak told WPVI ABC News he is "open to the possibility" and he will "accept it" if the trial is moved from New York City to Pennsylvania. He is also adamantly in favor of holding Mohammed's trial in a civilian court, where we will be forced to grant the terrorist generous rights that may compromise our national security interests.
Meanwhile, Pennsylvania's own Democrats oppose the idea.
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