Another from Allan Burkhart's blog.
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In a previous posting, I stated that the Right would likely slaughter the Left in the midterm elections. I still believe that's true. But November isn't here just yet and the Democrats still hold strong majorities in both houses of Congress. They and their puppet in the White House are still determined to push through the biggest political boondoggle in our history before they potentially lose their majorities after the next election. Over the next few days you can expect them to become even more extreme than what we've seen thus far. Their rhetoric will almost certainly change to a more populist tone, but the underlying agenda will be the same.
Now, more than ever, it's time for the Tea Partiers to hit the streets. It's time to flood the email, fax machines and phone lines of wavering centrist Democrats. It's time to make sure they understand that a vote for this patently unconstitutional healthcare legislation or continued tampering with banks and the economy is a nonstop ticket to the unemployment line.
We have a real opportunity to block the Left's agenda. Scott Brown's election, along with recent Republican gubernatorial victories are signs that America is waking up and realizing what a dreadful mistake was made in giving so much power to the Left. The Democrat party mistook voter anger at the Republicans' ineptitude for carte blanche to send America lurching off into socialism. In a way, the last year has been a good thing because Americans are at last seeing the Democrats' true colors. And a lot of Americans don't like what they see.
But if the Republicans do gain a majority, then the people will have to ride herd on them to make sure they don't lapse back into their bad habits of the last ten or so years when they became little more than Democrat Party Lite. The big tent mentality must go if we are to have a truly conservative Republican party.
I have to agree, now is not the time to congratulate our selves for this one win, but time to fight harder.