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  1. #1 Backlash against Dims coming in 2010! 
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    Democrats giddy with possibilities only six months ago now confront a perilous 2010 landscape signaled by troublesome signs of President Barack Obama’s political mortality, the plunging popularity of many governors and rising disquiet among many vulnerable House Democrats.




    The issue advantage has shifted as well, with Democrats facing the brunt of criticism about the pace of stimulus package spending, anxiety over rising unemployment rates and widespread uneasiness over the twin pillars of Obama’s legislative agenda: his cap-and-trade approach to climate change and the emerging health care bill.




    Bolstered by historical trends that work in the GOP’s favor — midterm elections are typically hostile to the party in power — and the prospect of the first election in a decade without former President George W. Bush either on the ballot or in office, Republicans find themselves on the offensive for the first time since 2004.
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    Due to the increasingly dumbed down and lazy population of America, the GOP is screwed, forever, I'm afraid.. Just too many worthless people happy to suckle on the government tit. Demographics is a biaatch.
    Obama-if you're being run out of town, get out in front and pretend that it's a parade!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Democrats giddy with possibilities only six months ago now confront a perilous 2010 landscape signaled by troublesome signs of President Barack Obama’s political mortality, the plunging popularity of many governors and rising disquiet among many vulnerable House Democrats.




    The issue advantage has shifted as well, with Democrats facing the brunt of criticism about the pace of stimulus package spending, anxiety over rising unemployment rates and widespread uneasiness over the twin pillars of Obama’s legislative agenda: his cap-and-trade approach to climate change and the emerging health care bill.




    Bolstered by historical trends that work in the GOP’s favor — midterm elections are typically hostile to the party in power — and the prospect of the first election in a decade without former President George W. Bush either on the ballot or in office, Republicans find themselves on the offensive for the first time since 2004.
    None of the DIMocrat Congress Critters will hold town Halls meetings when they get home.After all of the tea party's breaking out they are frightened to death of them.

    The people need to bring the tea party town halls to them and raise hell .If the Congress critters call the cops out so much the better and if the cops rough up a few that would show up on the Internet damn quick.

    You know this is how the rebellion started in Boston all those years ago .The players are different but the plot is the same.Taxsation without representation .

    Maybe the spirit of Sam Adams and James Otis will show up to guide them/us ?
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    I'm sure there are a lot of Tea Parties planed for the August Break. And the liberal critters will be hiding in their little real world proof bunkers from them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by megimoo View Post
    None of the DIMocrat Congress Critters will hold town Halls meetings when they get home.After all of the tea party's breaking out they are frightened to death of them.

    The people need to bring the tea party town halls to them and raise hell .If the Congress critters call the cops out so much the better and if the cops rough up a few that would show up on the Internet damn quick.

    You know this is how the rebellion started in Boston all those years ago .The players are different but the plot is the same.Taxsation without representation .

    Maybe the spirit of Sam Adams and James Otis will show up to guide them/us ?
    True, megs. The people are pissed and the politicians are scared.

    They really don't get why we, as a young nation, rebeled against the British.
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    The GOP is down to 23%.

    But the Dems are in trouble in the next election ?

    WTF are you smoking ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    Bolstered by historical trends that work in the GOP’s favor — midterm elections are typically hostile to the party in power
    Ya, how did the last mid terms work out for you in 2006 ?

    LOL

    Your party now has LOWER ratings than in 2006.

    But you think you are in better shape ? ...there is that CU math again
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