GOP May Take Senate In 2010 Elections

According to Mr. Dick Morris and Ms. Eileen McGann, Republicans are making steady progress towards winning the Senate.

Behind the scenes, the chances of a GOP takeover of the US Senate increased in the past two weeks with key developments in pivotal states.

Already, Republican candidates are ahead in eight states now represented by Democrats: Delaware, North Dakota, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Colorado, Arkansas and Nevada. And, in California, Senator Barbara Boxer is polling in the low 40s just barely ahead of her Republican challengers.

There are still a lot of months between now and November and many things can happen to alter the balance.  The Democrats are grasping at any minor issue and attempting to make a national statement to define the Republican Party as something other than what it is.

The Democrats are using Arizona’s new Immigration Law as a means to incite rage within the minority communities in the hopes of gaining the necessary support to survive the November elections.  The only problem is, according to the latest Pew Poll, this line of attack may be back firing.

Though the Democrat support within the Hispanic Community is 70%, or higher, they are steadily losing independents and support among conservative Democrats is steadily falling.  Basically, even with the support of lame stream media, they are losing the debate.

My expectation for the summer is that the Democrat Party will attempt to move towards the middle.  No one of significance in the party has yet to use the C word.  But, it is only a matter of time until they begin to espouse their Conservative credentials in a vain attempt to win in November.

My hope is, that even with the lame stream media providing cover, the Democrat’s Socialism will shine through.  After all, the November election vote will not be held at night, or on a weekend, like the majority of their Socialist votes have been.   And yes folks, sunshine truly is a disinfectant.

Even MSNBC’s Chris Mathews laughable attempt at blaming Capitalism on the downfall of Socialist Greece, Socialist Spain and the Socialist EU should not be enough to protect Senators and House Reps from ignoring the will of the people when voting in their Socialist programs. 

Earth to Mr. Mathews, Spain and Greece are controlled by Socialist 🙂  They spent too much money on Socialist programs and now they have run out of other people’s money to spend.  That is why they are failing.  The right-wing had nothing to do with it.

In closing, I will simply state that momentum has shifted to Conservatives.  If the Democrats are curious as to why this has happened, they need only look at their own lack of representation and their votes against the will of the majority of the people. 

If the GOP desires to maintain that momentum they must be Conservative.  If the last couple of weeks have taught us anything, it has been that it is open season on RINOs and Conservatives are hoping to bag much more than their limit 🙂

Vote in November, its good for you 🙂


5 Responses to GOP May Take Senate In 2010 Elections

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  2. Janelle says:

    Vote them in and out on a regular basis…….way too much dead wood in Congress.

    • sirknob says:

      I agree, term limits for all. My only reluctance is, without a few senior members on both sides of the aisle, that the young hot heads may split the country and declare war on each other like they did in 1861. But, I do believe that serving in the House or Senate should not be a lifetime job.
      Barney Frank is perfect example. Too, much power, too much contempt for the voters and too far out of touch with reality.
      Thanks for the comment 🙂

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