2010 Could Rock the Democrats

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    The political stars are aligning for what could prove an explosive impact in the 2010 midterm election cycle.

    The Cap and Tax boondoggle is flying in the face of an eleven year trend of lowered global temperatures - and yet the Democrats persist in attempting to make it policy at the expense of all Americans - most notably the lower income population. This policy is in direct violation of Obama's oft-repeated pledge not to raise taxes on anyone making less than $250,000 year.

    Polling indicates only 30% of Americans now trust Obama with the economy - an issue that is seen as the most important by 84% of Americans.

    Only 18% polled rate the Democrat dominated Congress as good or excellent - and a majority now trust the Republicans with the majority of issues facing American.

    2010 could see the tossing away of Harry Reid by the voters, as well as Arlen Specter. And in New York State, Republicans are poised to take over the entire legislature. Even Michigan, with Detroit having lost a third of its population and suffering one of the worst economies in the nation, is looking to dismantle the long-standing liberlized version of governing that got them there.

    Republican EBAY CEO Meg Whitman is poised to become California's next governor. Other viable Republican governor candidates include John Kasich of Ohio and Mark Neumann of Wisconsin.

    In short, the American voter is giving strong signals of having grown both tired and disgusted of the flower-power leftists now controlling both national and state government.

    2010 could very well be the start of "throwing the bums out"...

    The American Spectator : 2010
     
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    And replacing them with new douchebags.

    If the next crop of Gopers is like the last, things won't be getting better.
     
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    You guys sure are hoping and campaigning hard and early. Don't forget the "investigations" that we will be launching next year, not this year, in order to make sure all the shit the GOP did the last 8 years stays fresh on 2010 voters minds. Its too soon. Right now we are letting the GOP flap their gums. Its only making them look bad. And polls show blabla. No one's polling me or the millions who voted for Obama.

    People will also remember that you guys were crying that the dems were socialists and that we were going to double the debt (which you guys did) and that he was going to raise your taxes blabla.

    When none of that happens, you'll lose even more seats.

    If the Dems do a bad job, you'll pick up some seats. But he won't do a bad job. We have 60 seats so no more obstructing from the GOP. :clap2:


    Its time to go to work.
     
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    True dat.
     
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    Good luck with that.

    How are the Republicans in congress polling these days? :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Congratulations. Your approval rating is around 27%.

    Good luck <3. You'll need it.
     
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    Read the polling data pard...

    When Republicans are trouncing the Democrats on the issues of the economy and national security - as well as social security and immigration, there is big trouble in the Democrat Party. They have over-reached and overspent and the American voter is getting increasingly pissed.

    Rasmussen Reports™: The Most Comprehensive Public Opinion Data Anywhere
     
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    Tell us the truth...You had to ask someone in the office tell you how to spell that, didn't you??
     
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    Funny that polling data not from Rasmussen tells a very different story....:lol:

    As I said, good luck. You'll need it.
     

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