Vote the rascals out

On account of being a democracy and run by the people, we are the only nation in the world that has to keep a government four years, no matter what it does.
Will Rogers

With less than two weeks until the election, it is time to look over the past and make a prediction.

The Democrats have stopped denigrating the Tea Party, they have stopped appearing on the same stage as President Obama, they have stopped mentioning their votes on the Democrat-majority “accomplishments” and they have stopped talking about the issues. To follow this trend, their constituents will stop voting. They will stay home in droves because they have nothing for which to vote.

On the Republican side, the Tea Party has invigorated everyone against Obama and the Democrats’ big-government, big spending, socialist’s agenda. Republicans, Independents and a growing number of Democrats realize that in only two years the government has taken over, or is in totally control, of banking (including student loans), Wall Street, healthcare, auto manufacturing and oil drilling. It is obvious the framework to control all energy production is in place. While doing this, the government has added more than 250,000 new government employees, and those employees are just about the only jobs they have created. The national debt has grown to the point of potential bankruptcy. With what the government presently controls, every aspect of a citizen’s life can be controlled—a true socialist’s utopia. To derail this threat, something must be done, and the only place it can be done is in the ballot box. The Republicans, the Tea Party, the Independents, and those Democrats who are beginning to wake up, are going to vote to stop the madness.

Oh, by the way, they also realize that one election will not correct the problem. It will take several cycles to vote the rascals out, but the silent majority will be silent no more.

Therefore, I will make a prediction, the first prediction I have ever made on an election, and I make this prediction after Rasmussen appeared on O’Reilly last night saying the Republicans will win the House but not the Senate. The Republicans will gain 84 seats in the House and 12 seats in the Senate—for those not paying attention, that gives control of both the House and Senate to Conservatives. I am not a pundit with his fingers on the pulse of Congress, but I am an American who believes in the wisdom of the masses. A change is coming, and it is change you can believe in.

Published in: on October 21, 2010 at 11:15 am  Leave a Comment  

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