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With Eaton No Longer A Relevant Player in GOP Politics, Atlas Poll Indicates Resignation is His Best Course

November 20, 2009

As Atlas’ own Francisco D’Anconia makes the case that Brooklyn GOP Chairman Craig “The Duke” Eaton is no longer relevant in Brooklyn GOP politics, the Atlas Poll has remained consistent.

Around 94% of voters have made their voice very clear: Chairman Eaton should resign.

With nearly 300 votes accounted for, the sum of votes against Eaton are a strong indication of the discontent brewing against the incumbent Chairman in light of the disastrous elections that saw even Bay Ridge’s Bob Capano and Mayor Bloomberg lose their races in Brooklyn.

A mere sprinkling of pro-Eaton votes have been tallied so far.

The Atlas Poll will close as of this weekend, so be sure your vote is counted!

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7 Comments
  1. Sal at Sag Harbor permalink
    November 20, 2009 5:47 pm

    Craig is so mad about Atlas and all the good work you’ve all been doing exposing him for the ridiculous, pathetic fool he is. He had better not try anything stupid.

    Everyone’s watching…

  2. Young GOP Kid permalink
    November 20, 2009 8:01 pm

    “With Eaton No Longer A Relevant Player in GOP Politics, Atlas Poll Indicates Resignation is His Best Course.”

    LMFAO HILARIOUS!!!!!!!

    I can’t stop laughing!

  3. Sarah Sunshine permalink
    November 20, 2009 8:04 pm

    I saw this title and I almost fainted from laughter!

    Atlas Poll Indicates Resignation is His Best Course! LOL

  4. Staten Island Republican permalink
    November 20, 2009 8:07 pm

    Eaton must realize he is under surveillance. He must stop imposing himself in other boroughs when he doesn’t even have his own house in order. Everyone realizes that this man is completely irrational, and must step down before he resorts to violence.

  5. Eric from Mill Basin permalink
    November 20, 2009 8:25 pm

    Why is it that no one has ever come to the defense of Craig Eaton? I could understand why people could say that talking about Craig makes him relevant.

    I agree with Francisco. But isn’t it pretty amazing that no one EVER comes to Eaton’s defense?

    I think he’s just that bad, and I voted against him.

  6. Dr. Robert and Mrs. Stephanie Stadler permalink
    November 21, 2009 9:29 am

    So what’s a Rudy Drafter to do now?

    http://www.urbanelephants.com/index.php/myblog/Nov.-21-2009-Login-Register-Make-Observer.com-Your-Homepage-About-Us-RSS-Feed-Observer-Logo-News-Midtown-New-York-Times-MS.html#readmore

    By Jimmy Vielkind, NY Observer

    “I’ve heard from one of his former commissioners when he was in City Hall that, in fact, Rudy has decided not to run for governor,” said Craig Eaton, the Brooklyn Republican chairman. “I’m disappointed, because I was one of the first people to start that draft Rudy campaign. But there are other qualified candidates out there.”

    “I’m disappointed and sorry to hear that he’s not going to be running, but I guarantee that we will have a competitive race,” he said.

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