by the Left Coast Rebel
Florida's Rep. Alan Grayson is one of the most despicable, far-left, race-baiting moonbats in congress. I know, I know, the list is long but it's true. Perhaps put him in the top 10 but with a proclivity to open his extremist-leftist yapper and say things in public that most far-left, neo-Bolshevik pols only chat about at limo-liberal cocktail parties.
Good news - is his number up?
I first realized just how much of a leftist-extremist Grayson was when covering the story of the Mount Doral, Florida doctor who exercised his first amendment rights and took a stand against Obamacare. Read the post and judge the Grayson's Air America-like behavior.
(Sunshine State News) In one of the most closely watched U.S. House races in the nation, Republican Daniel Webster now holds a 7-point lead over Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson in Central Florida's 8th Congressional District, according to a new Sunshine State News Poll."Grayson has real problems here," said Jim Lee, president of Voter Survey Service, which conducted the poll for Sunshine State News.
Webster, a former state senator, leads the freshman congressman 43-36 in the survey of 559 likely voters conducted Sept. 25-27. TEA ("Taxed Enough Already") Party candidate Peg Dunmire drew 6 percent and NPA hopeful George Metcalfe garnered 3 percent, while 9 percent remained undecided (2 percent cited "other" and 1 percent refused to state).
Digging deeper, the numbers look even worse for Grayson as 51 percent of respondents said they had an unfavorable view of the Orlando-area congressman.
"He’s even more unpopular than the president, which is not surprising given how controversial he has been with his rhetoric, overall style and TV ads."
Lee added, "It’s fascinating that both Grayson and the president have virtually the same image (a positive/negative ratio of 34/51), but Grayson is actually disliked more by independents (36/47 favorable/unfavorable) while Obama is only 36/37."
'Nuff said, Grayson - see you at the unemployment line.
Updated: Just Me from What Planet Am I On sees the connection between Grayson's plummeting reelection bid to the Taliban ad released recently:
The best thing that could have happened was Grayson running that "Taliban ad"; the race was actually really close until that ad came out.Here is the "Taliban Dan" ad:
I'm thinking about sending Grayson a personal email thanking him for running that ad and insuring an easy victory for Webster. As soon as the ad came out, even his most loyal supporters bailed on him.