Americans Prepare to Tell Obama Democrats “No More”

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    All indicators now point to a political massacre against the Obama Democrats in November.


    ...A political massacre is coming in November.

    The most recent Gallup Generic Ballot poll shows Republicans enjoying a historic 10-point advantage.

    A University of Buffalo study indicates Republicans will pick up an amazing 51 seats in the House of Representatives.

    The University of Virginia’s highly regarded and most recent Crystal Ball report indicates “sweeping setbacks” for Democrats on Capitol Hill as well as similar setbacks throughout various state governorships.

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    The left has already set the argument for this as I have already seen on MSNBC....The trouncing they are preparing for is already being seen by those on the left as not anti Obama or anti Democrat.The election results will be anti Incumbent and has nothing at all to do with people being unhappy with the Dems or Obama.After all who in their right mind could possibly be unhappy with Obama.Well if you are then of course you are a racist.
     
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    Ah yes, the "anti-incumbent" arguement...


    In recent months, Democrat Party pundits attempted to spin voter sentiment heading into the November midterm elections as “anti-incumbent”, thus hoping to deflect the growing animosity that exists specifically against the Democrats and President Obama. Despite this attempt, the fact remains that voter agitation is not anti-incumbent, but rather and quite strongly, anti-liberal, anti-Obama, and anti-Democrat Party. Americans are fed up with the Big Government Obama White House and Big Government Democrat Congress. Fed up with repeated force-fed legislation against the will of the people. Fed up with an economy still mired in recession despite countless broken promises and wasted government spending. Fed up with a detached president Obama who increasingly appears as if the job of president is far less of a concern to him than was the job of running for president.

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    Watched one of the financial commentators today remarking how the stock market is preparing for an "anti-Obama" bounce heading into the November midterms.

    Wonder if the market would actually do such a thing???
     
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    You're a market guy - what of this?

    Watched one of the financial commentators today remarking how the stock market is preparing for an "anti-Obama" bounce heading into the November midterms.

    Wonder if the market would actually do such a thing???
     
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    The market is a weird animal.Sometimes it's pretty predictable.Some times not so. I have seen good news reported about unemployment and the market tanked that day...It will be interesting to see after the results are in with the election and see what the market does.
     
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    Another comment along the same lines later this afternoon - Wall St. is regaining hope that the Republicans will sweep the midterms and return some semblance of fiscal sanity coming out of DC. Apparently as of now, even liberal Wall Street is so uncertain as to what could be coming next that they are frozen up right now - which means banks are not lending to main street, which means small business is not hiring, which is keeping unemployment high...etc.
     

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