Since it's Mid-Term I hope the Democrats lose their butts...then in the 2012 they lose the rest...imagine..435 Conservative Republicans...I know the same can't happen on the Senate but I still see a strong majority...and B.O.ZO running with his tail between his legs..(Golly...I just don't like this guy)
Wow, I see so many conservatives who are fed up with the Republicans!
People, we need to remind our elected government "officials" that they work for us! If you don't like the job your Senator or your Representative is doing, TELL THEM! Remind them they took a solemn oath to "protect and defend" the Constitution. Remind them that in a Republic, the goverment is there to enforce the Laws, not interpret and change the laws! Remind them they work for YOU, not the other way around.
An election year is coming up! Be pro-active in letting the people running know what you expect from them! Tell them point blank that they will represent the conservative values, or they will be voted OUT!
well, I hope the people who make the next election are not stealing from the American tax payers as they have been! and I hope that once these crooks are gone, that they will be investigated and brought to trial!
Im just saying, Enough is Enough!
The American tax payer work hard out here braking there backs to make companys work..., and to expand by giving there idea's, to improve company profits!
The new People we elect, must let these companys know who got there Company where it is now!
with that being said, save our Jobs from leaving our Country! and the Government needs to control there
spending, and start working and doing there job for the American People! That is, For America!.....
Again with that being said, Im looking forward to seeing those House & Senate People served a pink slip!!!
It is a little early to tell but history tells us that when the country makes a hard move in one direction (left), that it will keep in check by going the opposite way in the following election cycles (right). It also helps that the current leadership in Congress is hard left and that the polls have been low for a long time. That being said it will not happen all at once, and if the Republicans don't find a leader that rallies the troops then it will be much slower then we would like and Obama will be easily elected in 2012.
I think that what we need is even more fiscally responsible leaders than Reagan to put the Bush years behind us. We need the modesty and fiscal responsibility of Coolidge and the vision of Lincoln combined with a foreign policy that is tough but also sophisticated in diplomacy much like Teddy Roosevelt who spoke softly and carried the big stick. My question is who is it? Nobody that I see as of yet, but once that person hits the scene we need to get behind him/her and help that person lead the Republican party out of its marginalized state. We are going to need a "Bull Moose" to turn this thing around
I think if we do not find candidates that can handle anything thrown at them (cause that is what it will be) we are all in deep trouble. Its time for some candidates that actually stand up to the left and stop being whinney! I am sickened by what I have seen and wonder if there is any man or woman out there that can be the person we need.
The GOP will have the finacial backing of businesses that won't stand for this " TAX every body till we are all equally poor!" The mass majority of swing voters see the HORRIBLE mistake that has taken place. Just as the GOP was punished for the wars, the Libs will be punished for spending and taxing. The Leftist know this wich is why they are driving the BO agenda so ferociously! In a manor of speaking this is their time....
I think they will gain seats in Congress but it won't be a blow out. In spite of what we know of Obama and his antics, he still has a remarkably high approval rating. Very, very resilient.
Main reason to gain seats. UNEMPLOYMENT is likey to rise even more between now and that's a powerful driver. Congress and the White House has the private sector worried and cautious based on a number of things: The impact of health care, huge excise taxes, the impact of Cap and Trade if many states follow in California's footsteps, and just the general bad karma of contemporary thinking and politics. CAUTION is the operative word.
And it depends on how politically adroit (don't hear that word often) and articulate republican challengers are.
Some may say that VA and NJ are an omen of things to come. But for me, a BELLWEATHER election would be Nancy Pelosi in the California 8th district. That would be an absolutely clear sign of CHANGE if she loses, given the make up of her constituents ( I use the term losely). This is clearly not a person committed to representative government by word and deed and as an elitist, is simply contemptuous. That's the operative word with the Starkist Nancy.
But that's seems impossible. A challenger would have to first pin ACORN's ears to the wall to win because Hispanics and other minority groups make up probably more than 20% of the 8th district population...17% alone for the hispanics...living in sanctuaries. No matter how well a challenger does with everyone else, doubtful a challenger could win without the Hispanic vote there. If unionism was the old pawn in the game, hispanics are the new pawn and Nancy is working that turf to the hilt.
We remember that Obama is a community organizer so a cadre of well trained strategists are accessible to each and every loyal democrat, perhaps with strategic funding readily available from a number of sources (eg, Soros).
So, demographics and community organization in each district also plays a big role.
Republicans will gain seats; that's about it. Don't look for a blowout.
The left wing needs 20 years of continuous power to get what they want, a change of culture.