Wednesday, September 15, 2010

By Now Everyone Knows

Tea Party candidates were taken lightly or ignored by the established big party crowd. Their failure to meet the needs of the people has resulted in their loss. O'Donnell in Delaware, Paladino in New York and Miller in Alaska are just the tip of the iceberg. The American conservative is rising up and they wont be denied.
The winning by each candidate only serves to bolster the movement. It was only months ago that tea party candidates were scorned and told they didn't have a chance. The elitists in power have only begun to feel the sting that was delivered during the primary season. I can't wait for the general election.

The GOP at first reacted out of anger but clear heads have prevailed. They have come to the realization that they better get behind the tea party candidates or risk being tossed aside.

The Democrats are starting to feel their oats thinking the GOP is fractured. Reality is the vast conservative populace is rising up and preparing to toss the establish candidates. We warned them. We told them to not vote for bailouts. They didn't listen. We told them not to vote for the stimulus but they assured us that they know better. We told them we didn't want Obamacare and they cramed it down our throats while we screamed against it.

We Are Coming For Each of You.

"We the People" have had enough.



Anonymous selahV said...

The talking heads are all blah blahing that O'Donnell is going to kill the GOP's chances of getting the Senate. What do you think?

I am beside myself with how Rove is acting, like a spoiled brat. Like this race is all about all the millions his group is putting into the kettle to get some elected. Has some real ego problems.

5:35 PM, September 15, 2010  
Blogger ablur said...

I'm still reading and studying the situation. My current position is that this and others have empowered the Tea Party and empowered the conservative voter.
The Dems are trying to spin it under as the other side fracturing, but I think this will continue to undermine the other side. Knowing that the dems are going to lose big in November will keep many home. There is little for the liberal progressive to get excited about come November.
Rove is part of the established class. He better sit up and pay attention. We aren't going to take it anymore.

6:03 PM, September 15, 2010  
Blogger Doug Funny said...

In two years, we're going after John Ensign (R-NV) because he has also jumped on the bandwagon in the name of bipartisanship. He has been in Congress for more than half of my life. Obviously, that's too long. He actually had the gall to write in a letter to me that he voted for the Stimulus/Slush fund because "To do the wrong thing is better than to do nothing." Hippocratus, who was also a physician, would be appaled at that logic.

As far as Liberal democrats and excitement, I worked the primary at the polls like I try to do every election, and turnout for them in NV was ghastly low in the polling place where I was, and we had eight precints.

1:41 PM, September 16, 2010  

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