Saturday, October 9, 2010

Grasping for straws and gasping for breath. The Democrat's own self-made dilemma.

Democrats in Washington and across the nation are suddenly acting just like a wild gang of youths who had gotten hold of some booze and drugs and had the craziest party of their lives. Now they are facing the reality of what they did after they've sobered up.

House and Senate Democrats have suddenly realized they are about to pay the price for their own two year long power-crazed trip. That morning after wake up call on November 3rd (the day after election day) is going to be a real bummer.

Not to take things laying down, every member of the Liberal establishment is pitching in to keep the Democrats from sinking in their own body wastes. Celebrities and politicians both know the secret to their success is playing the game and the name of the game is mention my name. I am getting a little tired of hearing all the name dropping on TV.  As far as the snide, vulgar attacks against the conservatives, they are way beyond the bounds of decency, even if they're supposed to be jokes.

But even the Democrats own polls are starting to show the extent of the fallout they will be facing on November 2nd. Newsmax reported tonight that Democratic pollster Douglas Schoen said Republicans are on the brink of pulling off a landslide "of potentially epic proportions" that would bring them control of both Houses of Congress and a majority of governorships.

"We're moving in the direction of the Republicans potentially picking up 10 or 11 seats," Schoen says. "More likely it will be nine to 10, which is enough to either deadlock the Senate or give them control.”

Asked if he believes the GOP wave will surpass that of 1994, when Republicans scored a net gain of 54 seats in the House and eight in the Senate, Schoen replied: "We're looking at gains that are comparable to, and possibly in excess of, what we saw in '94."

Our local TV station WKRC, which covers the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky viewing area, did a phone in poll tonight asking if listeners: “Would you like to see Republicans gain control of Congress in November?” The results were a resounding 69.2%  YES and only 30.8% NO.

I predicted a year ago the Republicans would take back 100 seats in Congress. That was just my gut reaction to the unanimous rejection of the Marxist/Socialist changes we seen with our Democrat controlled Congress. The Tea Party movement has stirred up the American voter and taxpayer are we're all screaming at the top of our voices: "I'm mad as hell and I won't take it any more." And to think we wouldn’t have been able to do it without the help of Barack Hussein Obama.

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