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Dear GOP,

How’s that whole ‘unemployed people are lazy bums, repeal financial reform, tax cuts for the wealthy don’t count’ thing workin’ out for ya? Not too good according to Gallup:

“In the same week the U.S. Senate passed a major financial reform bill touted as reining in Wall Street, Democrats pulled ahead of Republicans, 49% to 43%, in voters’ generic ballot preferences for the 2010 congressional elections.

The Democrats’ six-point advantage in Gallup Daily interviewing from July 12-18 represents the first statistically significant lead for that party’s candidates since Gallup began weekly tracking of this measure in March.”

A few words of wisdom concerning the mid-terms in November—counteth not thy chickens before they hatcheth.