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    ND: Hoeven Still Cruising

    Nothing too exciting to look at tonight except for the latest poll numbers for the US Senate race in North Dakota from Scott Rasmussen.

    US SENATE – NORTH DAKOTA (Rasmussen)
    John Hoeven (R) 69%
    Tracy Potter (D) 24%

    This poll was done April 24th among 500 likely voters.

    Posted by Dave at 8:19 pm
    Filed under: 2010 Senate - ND | Comments (117)

    117 Responses to “ND: Hoeven Still Cruising”

    1. lisab says:

      Virtually everybody knows the name of the B-29 bomber that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima – the Enola Gay – but how about the one that dropped the atomic bomb on Nagasaki 3 days later?

    2. mnw says:

      u got me

      I do know Col. Tibbets, as you predicted.

    3. mnw says:

      I swear to God, this is NOT the Onion:

      Reid: “Immigration tentatively scheduled for November” (Politico reports).

      So… I take from this that Reid intends to bring amnesty before the lame duck Congress? |Good luck getting DEMs who WEREN’T whipped to embrace that IED.

    4. mnw says:

      I swear to God, this is NOT the Onion:

      Reid: “Immigration tentatively scheduled for November” (Politico reports).

      So… I take from this that Reid intends to bring amnesty before the lame duck Congress? Good luck getting DEMs who WEREN’T whipped to embrace that IED.

    5. mnw says:

      sorry about the double posting

    6. Bunu says:

      When are their elections? Around Nov 3rd-ish?

      I guess dems who have already lost their seats are free to vote for it.

    7. Bunu says:

      Graham didn’t want McCain to have to vote on immigration prior to his primary.

    8. mnw says:

      So are the DEMs up in ’12… if they want to go the same route as the “DEMs who have already lost.”

    9. GF says:

      Lisa,

      Bock’s Car

    10. rdelbov says:

      Hoeven will pull the GOP ticket in this Nov in ND–sweep it baby

    11. mnw says:

      GF

      Is that good? Is Cameron something we… WANT?

    12. mnw says:

      Damn! I knew that! I thought she wanted the name of the pilot!

      Well done, GF. Pays to read the question carefully!

    13. jones says:

      Bock’s Car. Saw it at Wright-Paterson.

    14. jones says:

      Great Artiste was the chase plane in both attacks.

    15. GF says:

      I would prefer William Hague form a policy perspective, but Cameron is a tonne (!) better than Brown or anyone else Labour will offer.

      Off to do laundry; see you all later on.

    16. mnw says:

      Fat Man & Little Boy. USS Indianapolis took them to Tinian.

    17. Howard Dean says:

      Obama Pleads With GOP to Help With Immigration Overhaul

      Associated Press

    18. lisab says:

      “Fat Man & Little Boy. USS Indianapolis took them to Tinian.”

      i don’t think it took fat man

    19. rdelbov says:

      Jaws the place to go for history lessons??

      Halsey can lose three ships in a typhoon and nothing happens to him.

      the Captain of the Indianopolis gets torpedoed and he faces charges.

      Do we need to re-write some more history?

    20. Chekote says:

      Obama Pleads With GOP to Help With Immigration Overhaul

      Positiong the GOP as the anti-immigration party.

    21. Phil says:

      anti ILLEGAL immigration party, you open borders moron.

    22. Tina says:

      Gosh that Drudge photo is horrible.

    23. Tina says:

      The Obumbler has denied disaster assistance to CT.

      Another boneheaded move.

    24. Tina says:

      Obama pleads to Reverend Wright:

      Lets have Amnesty and Open Borders!

      -Failed President

    25. Bunu says:

      The Intellectual class of the Egyptians used to fool the people.

      The high schools and University L&S systems basically accomplish the same task.

    26. jason says:

      Funny when the shoe is on the other foot….

      “They pointed out that the Lib Dems and the Conservatives both support proposals to set strict limits on political donations.

      This measure, Labour warns, would effectively bankrupt the party which has become overwhelmingly reliant on a multi-million-pound income stream from trade union political funds.”

    27. jason says:

      “This is to help you all laugh.”

      Is it a picture of Ron Paul?

    28. AuH2ORepublican says:

      mnw, not only will House Democrats that manage to get reelected, and Dem senators up in 2012, not dare vote for amnesty, but Reid will have a very brief window before Castle gets sworn in to the Senate to replace the temporary Senator Kaufman; and if the GOP can convince someone to run against Gillibrand and win, he or she would also get sworn in soon after the election. (Kirk in IL and Norton in CO would also be replacing temporary senators, but since the seat was up in 2010 anyhow they will have to wait until January to be sworn in, since a Senate term can’t be longer than 6 years.)

    29. BayernFan says:

      UKIP all the way baby!!!

      Once UK adopts proportional representation, parties like UKIP will get lots and lots of votes that now go to the Tories.

    30. jason says:

      John Hoeven (R) 69%
      Tracy Potter (D) 24%

      I guess Hoeven could still be caught in a compromising position with a heifer, but heck, I am calling this race now.

    31. Wes says:

      Hola, todo mundo. Estoy muy intoxicadoComo estan? al momnento. Como estan?

    32. jason says:

      “Once UK adopts proportional representation, parties like UKIP will get lots and lots of votes that now go to the Tories.”

      Hmmm, proportional representation in the UK is somewhat akin to the line item veto here. You hear a lot about it, but it doesn’t happen. Watch the issue fade or get bogged down in the details after the election.

    33. jason says:

      37. Tequila?

    34. Wes says:

      That last post should tell all of you how drunk I am. Never try to [ost in a foreign language when you can’t thik clearly.

    35. Wes says:

      Margaritas y cervezas, amigo.

    36. BayernFan says:

      I think proportional representation is coming. The LibDems want it and will insist on it as part of a deal. There are many ways to do it. In Germany, for example, you have two votes. One vote is for your local representative. Then you get another vote that is applied to a national tally that elects from a party list. So if I lived in Munich, say, I could vote for my local CDU candidate and then vote for the national Free Democrat (the pro business party) national list.

    37. jason says:

      Buena combinación….

    38. jason says:

      42. I don’t. Some watered down formula might be adopted, but nothing like what the Lib Dems want. There is no incentive for the other parties, they are not going to trade away their longstanding power for a short lived coalition deal.

    39. Wes says:

      Cuatro cervezas y tres margaritas como recuerdo mi memoria no es toda lo que debe ser asi no me repita en eso

    40. jason says:

      Quizás eran 4 margaritas y tres cervezas… 8)

    41. lisab says:

      President Obama won the unstinting support Monday of one of the world’s most prominent leaders.

      “I really endorse and support the policies that he has adopted so far,” Brother Leader said Monday afternoon in a video teleconference arranged by the World Affairs Councils of America. Gaddafi referred affectionately to the president as “our son Barack Obama,” helpfully translating Obama’s name from the Arabic: “Barakah — blessing.”

    42. lisab says:

      THE QUEENSLAND city of Townsville has turned to the US for sperm donations as Australia faces a critical shortage, the Townsville Bulletin reports.

      Queensland Fertility Group, the largest fertility clinic in Townsville, 1300 kilometers from Brisbane, pays more than $700 an ampule for sperm imported from the U.S.

    43. Diogenes says:

      I’ve been throwing millions of dollars away!

      Now that the obvious joke is done, Obama sucks.

    44. Chekote says:

      #47

      What’s the deal with the beehive hairdo?

    45. Tommy_Boy says:

      The WAshington Post just released a poll showing Republicans and GOP-leaning indies at 40% of the electorate and Dems and Democrat leaners at 53%.

      These guys aren’t even trying anymore.

      Just put the (D) next to the ABC News/WAshington Post (D) poll

    46. Victrc says:

      If they actually tried Tommy, they wouldn’t be Dems!!!! Thats the thing, they live in this fantasy land where they believe the rhetoric that spews from their mouths. They believe that they are the saviors to the poor masses who cant do without their wisdom and leadership, well because we are all too dumb…Go figure.

      Hard as it is to believe, see how many of them will be in a state of shock the day after the election in November, and how many will say it was stolen, or bought, or whatever else they can conjure up to justify their losses.

    47. Tina says:

      I am sure, Lisab, that Khadaffi gets invited to the WH – probably a formal state dinner, He can enter and exit the WH from the main entrance – something that the Israeli leader and the Dalai Lama could not do – they had to exit from the rear – where the garbage cans are kept.

    48. Chekote says:

      Hard as it is to believe, see how many of them will be in a state of shock the day after the election in November, and how many will say it was stolen, or bought, or whatever else they can conjure up to justify their losses.

      The GOP base would have the same reaction. I mean you have people calling Obama a dictator and his administration a regime.

    49. Victrc says:

      Tina…This White House leaves me speechless. They treat our traditional allies as if they had leprosy and our enemies, those who have sworn our destruction or who have participated in acts against us (see Khadaffi) as if they were the second coming.

      I feel like im in the Bizarro world.

    50. Victrc says:

      Chekote

      Again, semantics. No one has said he is a dictator, some have said that he could devolve into a dictator should things go a certain way.

      See how you always come down on the side of Obama. Why is that?

    51. Victrc says:

      Chekote, if you want to have a serious conversation, lets. Can you honestly tell me that this administration hasn’t done things specifically and directly against the will of the American public, for the sole reason they think they know better than the public.

    52. Victrc says:

      chekote….im more that willing to engage you in a meaningful conversation….but if we do please lets not revert, or devolve into childish accusations and such (not saying you have as of yet, except in response to my post about their reaction, you had to come back with something negative about the base). To wit I might add, the base is the base for a reason. That means it makes up the core of something. The base that you lament about, and often say derogatory things about, is in fact the base of the party. From there the GOP builds and adds to what is essentially a coalition, but that coalition has a base that cant be just changed because those who have ideas that do not reflect those of over 80% or so of the base/coalition do not have want them to.

    53. Chekote says:

      #57

      Mark Levin refers to Obama as a dictator. Rush refers to his administration as a “regime”. One thing that has made this country successful is the tradition of the peaceful transition of power. Talk about “dictators” and “regime” is something that I would expect from Alinsky not from people who profess to be conservatives.

    54. lisab says:

      obama made the israeli leader leave from the rear?

      wow! i did not know that. i understand the dali lama, it takes courage to stand up to china, not a srong point with obama. however, the israeli leader?

      no wonder england now wants to distance itself from the usa.

    55. Chekote says:

      #58

      That’s the liberal mindset. I just don’t understand why people are “surprised” when Dems expand government or when they uphold the welfare of the collective above individual freedom. I think they are pretty upfront about their political philosophy.

    56. lisab says:

      “One thing that has made this country successful is the tradition of the peaceful transition of power. Talk about “dictators” and “regime” is something that I would expect from Alinsky not from people who profess to be conservatives.”

      actually obama is acting much like a dictator, particularly over obamacare.

      i cannot remember a piece of major legislation that was passed over such widespread opposition in complete disregard of the will of the people.

      the iraq war which the dems complain about had ENORMOUS support by comparison

    57. Victrc says:

      chekote thats just it. You quote entertainers and portray them as the base. They, especially Levin, is an entertainer, and from what I understand, he’s more of a Libertarian anyway (I could be wrong). You are not hearing mainstream GOP leaders say that, heck, people here aren’t either. They are worried about the power grab this adminstration has made, and its a big one, you have to admit.

      Levin et al use those words to attract an audience. They are not GOP, nor even Conservative spokespersons, That is a bit disinengous of you to use that to brand “the base”

    58. Chekote says:

      #59

      The “base” you are referring to constantly undermines the principles of individual freedom, limited government. They have paralyzed the GOP and constantly provide the political opposition with ammunition to tar and defeat the GOP in the general election.

    59. Chekote says:

      You quote entertainers and portray them as the base.

      Kudos to you for recognizing that they are entertainers. Please inform some of the talk show parrots around here that Levin and Rush ARE not leaders of the Republican party or a political movement.

    60. Victrc says:

      very good point Lisab. The Iraq war resolution passed with overwhelming support.

      Check. et Bunu …. Please don’t feed me the line about false pretenses because all our allies (and not so allies) had the same intelligence and drew the same conclusions.

      Obama has far overstepped previous boundaries set up on the Executive.

      BTW this whole derivatives bill, just a canard. Where do you think the new derivatives market is going to be located…Chicago…interesting no?

    61. lisab says:

      “I just don’t understand why people are “surprised” …”

      because the dems have co-opted the term liberal

      liberals are supposed to respect individual liberty, thus the name.

      the dems are simply socialist politboro wannabes

    62. Victrc says:

      65…You see therein lies your problem. You believe conservatism ends with that, and it doesn’t. That is one tenant , one aspect of Conservatism. The other two are national security and social. Without the three you just represent a wing of conservatism. Its why most Libertarians identify as Libertarians because they disagree with the social aspect of Conservatism, yet they caucus with us because we are a “big tent” and most of our other values more closely represent what they believe.

    63. Chekote says:

      #63

      You are ignoring the fact that people elected him with 315 EVs and gave near filibuster proof majorities in Congress. Sorry but going against polls (which constantly change) does not mean he is a dictator. If we start throwing terms around just for effect, then we will dilute the meaning of said terms.

      Bush went against opinion polls when he pushed for the surge. Was Bush a dictator?

    64. Chekote says:

      #68

      The meaning of “liberal” was changed a long time ago. No excuse for people to be surprised about the Dems wanting to expand government.

    65. Chekote says:

      Obama has far overstepped previous boundaries set up on the Executive.

      Since WWII how many wars has the US been involved in? None of them were declared by Congress as the US Constitution requires. The executive has been on a power grab long before Obama. I don’t see that anything he has done is illegal or unusual as an executive. I don’t agree with his policies but I really don’t see that he is this dictator.

    66. Chekote says:

      #69

      This is what you don’t get. I couldn’t care less whether somebody is socially conservative as long as they don’t use the power of government to impose their values on individuals. You either believe in individual freedom or you don’t.

    67. Victrc says:

      chekote….no one here is surprised about Dems wanting to expand government, yet in every single election they run away from the Liberal label (as we believe it to mean now). Thats the problem, they fool the American public. This man, this President, fooled the American electorate like no man before him. he led people to believe he would govern from the Center, that he would be a uniter, and that he would bring hope.

      He has governed from the hard left, he refuses to reach across the ailse other than to throw a couple peanuts when his back is against the wall, and the only change he has brought has been to change the way America is, its traditions, its beliefs, the way we operate.

      Thats whats surprising

    68. Chekote says:

      Time to sleep.

    69. lisab says:

      the surge was a temporary measure well within bush’s discretion as commander in chief, a measure that could be changed overnight f it had not worked. certainly there was no consensus as to what should have been done.

      obamacare was passed in direct opposition to what the electorate wanted using bribes and procedural tricks … it is something that by the DEMS’ estimate is a 10 TRILLION dollar obligation, and something that SENATOR OBAMA said should not be done in a 50 plus one manner.

      until he did it in a 50 plus one manner using bribery and procedural tricks of course

    70. lisab says:

      “Time to sleep.”

      do you prefer rafters or coffin?

    71. Chekote says:

      #74

      Then he will pay at the polls the next time around. That’s how the system works. Frankly, I thought it would be a lot worse. I thought he was going to withdraw from Iraq. I thought he was going to have a single payer HC. Instead, we got Romneycare. Not good but not socialism, dictatorship and all the rest of the nonsense you hear on a daily basis.

    72. lisab says:

      “You either believe in individual freedom or you don’t.”

      they do believe in individual rights.

      you just think babies are not individuals, a very convenient argument, especially if the government decides who gets health care and also decides who is counted as individuals

    73. Victrc says:

      Chekote…sorry to say that you are the one that is out of step with Conservative values, and the GOP. You are trying to change to the GOP to be more like your belief system, and fortunately or unfortunately, depending on how you see it, you’re going to come out on the losing end because Americans, at least Conservative Americans, will not relinquish those social values that they were raised in and believe in.

      Have they tempered over the years, well thats obvious, and will they temper more, I suspect so. I think there is a time in the not so distant future where civil unions will most likely be prevalent in many states, but that does not mean that we have to accept the redefinition of a 5,000 year old tradition to meet the request of 2% of the population. That does not mean that we need to teach our children that its morally ok to be a homosexual. IT also means that we don’t teach our children to hate someone because of the decisions they make, but at the same time we wont glorify it either. I hope that makes sense.

      We’ve had this conversation before, and I truly believe you dont make something better by making it more like the other guy. I still believe you prefer that the GOP was more like Conservative Democrats. I disagree. We need to act like true Conservatives in order to lead, and thats what Americans want. After the failed Carter Presidency Americans wanted Conservative leadership and thats why Reagan was so successful, because he was a true conservative. We need to find a true conservative leader to help us through the next 20 year period of history.

    74. lisab says:

      “You are trying to change to the GOP to be more like your belief system”

      no, she is trying to divide you from within.

      just because michelle obama calls herself a republican, does not make her a republican.

    75. Chekote says:

      obamacare was passed in direct opposition to what the electorate wanted using bribes and procedural tricks …

      Actually, the parliamentarian ruled that the Dems complied with the rules. They flirted with the “Deemed passed” but abandoned. The American people gave them the numbers to get a lot of stuff done. The Dems are taking advantage of their numbers to get stuff done. The electorate will have a chance to clip their wings this fall. It is not the Dems fault if the GOP was too timid to aggressively reduced government while they were in charge.

    76. Victrc says:

      Chekote…Obamacare is the first step towards a western European style of Social rule. Not Eastern Bloc socialism, but certainly a brand of socialism lite. Hmmm how well has that worked out for Europe?

      Try starting a business in the EU. I have…Try to fire an employee in the EU…I have and you cant do either.

    77. Chekote says:

      will not relinquish those social values that they were raised in and believe in.

      I am not telling you to reliquish anything. I just don’t want you to use the power of government to impose your values on me.

    78. Chekote says:

      Obamacare is the first step towards a western European style of Social rule.

      To be correct, Romneycare was the first step towards socialism. And Mitt Romney is currently the frontrunner in the GOP presidential sweepstakes.

    79. Chekote says:

      why Reagan was so successful, because he was a true conservative.

      Reagan would not win the nomination in the current GOP. He opposed the Briggs intiative which would have barred gays from teaching in public schools. He supported amnesty for illegals.

      We need to find a true conservative leader to help us through the next 20 year period of history.

      I will agree that the GOP has absolutely no leadership at the moment. So far I don’t see anyone on the horizon.

    80. Victrc says:

      see you always deflect. No romneycare is not the first step towards it, that was in one state, and it was mandated by the legislature and he had to go along with it and make it the best he could.

      Obama is the one that is leading us there, not Romney. BTW. there is no leading candidate at this point in the race because all those who are going to run have not yet declared. It’s a long way until August 2012 Chekote.
      Please stop trying to deflect away from Obama. You come across as defending his Presidency, and his actions.

    81. lisab says:

      obamacare was clearly passed over the will of the people through bribes to senators/reps and parliamentary tricks, abandoning two hundred years of tradition at least in the senate.

      trying to claim it was perfectly ok because it was technically … technically … within the rules according to the letter but not the spirit of the rules is exactly why obama is dangerous.

      the rules were meant for honorable statesmen not for obama and the dems

    82. Victrc says:

      You’re absolutely wrong. Reagan would easily win the nomination because we knew he was a true Conservative, and he was a true leader. A man who knew what was right and what was wrong.

      BTW, I doubt that more than 20% of the GOP base would be for a law barring homosexuals from teaching…seriously, that was in the early 1960’s. Much to your chagring we have evolved somewhat.

    83. Polaris says:

      Chek,

      The parlimentarian was directly threatened by Sen Reid. The fact is that the Dems have used what amounts to dictatorial power to pass Obamacare and it hasn’t stopped there.

      The Dems have shown complete disregard for the will of the electorate. It is perfectly fair to call such a govt “authoritarian” at the very least. They have also shown complete and blatent disregard for the balance of power and written and unwritten checks and balances within our governmental system.

      We can see this as can most of the electorate. Why can’t you (and Frum)?

      The fact is both in 2006 and 2008, the Dems benefited from what amounted to one time confluences of events that skewed the electorate their way for two consecutive cycles and now the will of the electorate is completely out of step with the will of congress and Obama….and Obama KNEW he wouldn’t be able to win by honestly protrarying himself…and so he didn’t. He is nothing like the candidate he campaigned as, and that is one important reason he approval ratings have tanked.

      -Polaris

    84. lisab says:

      “Romneycare was the first step towards socialism.”

      romneycare was passed by a dem legislature over romney’s vetoes

      and to be fair

      the massachusetts’ legislature had both overwhelming public support for romneycare and overwhelming support in both houses, not to mention constitutional authority to pass the measure.

      obama acted directly against the will of the people

      and it is not even clear obamacare is constitutional

    85. lisab says:

      “The Dems have shown complete disregard for the will of the electorate”

      embarrassingly and frighteningly so

      so much for obama being a liberal

      he has no regard at all for individual rights except when the individuals vote for him

    86. Victrc says:

      To follow up on What Polaris said, and what I have been saying in many of my speeches, in 06 and 08 all a Dem had to do was say, “im not them” and they won. No platform, no policies, no anything, just “im not them”. One thing I will say, and do say, is that this time around we can’t elect a R just because he or she isn’t one of them (D). They have to stand for something, believe in something and more than anything, they have to do better. Better than the last time we had power, and we must hold everyone who is running for office and wants our votes to that standard.

    87. Victrc says:

      btw Polaris, I think you’re in Austin, which is not far from where I am half of the time in San Antonio. I would love to talk to you about what I am doing, especially with regards to specific races. I think your advice and expertise would be invaluable. I understand that you can not give out your information because of what I believe to be your work, but if there is anyway I could pick your brain a bit on a, or in a more, private way, I would greatly appreciate it. If you need me to I can direct you to a website, or Facebook page, or whatever you need. Thanks

    88. Victrc says:

      if you cant, I fully understand.

    89. Polaris says:

      #94-5 I truly appreciate the thought and offer, but here in the People’s Republic of Austin, I think it’s much, much better that I remain anonymous.

      I hope you understand.

      -Polaris

    90. Victrc says:

      I do. I understood it was a stretch, but I respect you and your expertise. The irony is that we dont see eye to eye on social issues (which honestly for me take third place in the spectrum of things) yet we can respect each other. Chekote seems to not realize that you can differ, yet for the big picture, coalesce.

      Anyway, If you get a chance look at thelffoundation.org. you will see what we are trying to do within the confines of our PAC. Maybe from time to time ill ask for some insight on some races.

    91. Victrc says:

      good night everyone.

    92. justsayin' says:

      Here is some good news from Florida:

      Republican 22nd Congressional Candidate Allen West leads the incumbent Congressman 44% – 42% in a survey conducted by Wilson Research Strategies on April 18-19, 2010.

    93. BPL in Scottsdale says:

      60 – Rush Limbaugh has 20 million+ weekly listeners.
      Chekote has perhaps 10 individuals who listen to her.

    94. Victrc says:

      Thats great news in FL-22. Allen West is not only a great candidate and will serve his district well, he is also a truly wonderful human being. A true man, a true leader. A great father to his children, he served his country with honor and distinction.

      If we had 535 people like Allen West in Congress this country would be a much better place.

    95. Victrc says:

      103 – Good analogy

    96. lisab says:

      what the heck is alan simpson doing?

      i have no doubt that he is trying to act honorably, but he is simply giving obama cover to impose a VAT.

      the fact is we were spending too much before obama took over.

    97. lisab says:

      if you do not take the house

      catastrophic results could ensue

    98. KnightHawk says:

      “President Barack Obama has denied aid to individuals affected by March’s massive storms and Gov. M. Jodi Rell said she plans to file a formal appeal.” -AP

      racist!

    99. KnightHawk says:

      103 – I believe you are overestimating one of those numbers.

    100. KnightHawk says:

      49 – LOL – wow could be I just found a new home based business opportunity!
      101 – Cool video

      opps I see 25 already mentioned 108.

    101. Tim says:

      lisab:
      Why do you always post in the middle of the night?

      Are things that slow at the convenience store?

    102. bio mom says:

      I have never liked Simpson. No surprise he was the so-called R chosen by Obama for this commission.

    103. Chekote says:

      I see absolutely no use in fooling ourselves into believing that Obama is able to push his agenda through nefarious means. He is able to push his agenda for one reason alone: the American people elected him and gave him large majorities in Congress. IMO, it is more constructive to figure out why people aren’t voting for you instead of making excuses for why the other guy won.

    104. Tina says:

      Victrc- yes, ita a bizarro world. I get what you are saying.

    105. Tina says:

      Simpson is another Rino sell out.

      Him and Bob Michaels,and little Mitchie, always use/used the following strategy : Lets Bend Over to the Ds.

    106. Chekote says:

      #103

      And that means what? Obama has millions around the world that admire and listen to him. Does that mean that he is right?

    107. BPL in Scottsdale says:

      109 – You’re right. I was giving Chekote the benefit of the doubt. Maybe 5 or 6, tops.