The choice every American faces every election
Since the birth of this country that was originated by great, self-sacrficing, Christian, knowledgable and wise men that were the founders of our country, the people of this great country have always been involved in a struggle of wills and external forces from across the oceans and within. Over the course of our nation’s history until now there has been a general dilution and subsequent | Read More »
Creating the wave: Pennsylvania, Illinois, the Virginias, Ohio, and New York.
A little over 48 hours out. This strategy is going to be a regional one. The above states represent the epicenter states of the wave that will need to transpire. The Demplosion will have to originate here in the Northeast, the Commonwealth, and Midwest states. This wave will then sweep westward toward the Pacific. The WV Senate race is absolutely imperative to taking back the | Read More »
(Hilarious Update) Lisa Murkowski’s legal guns hold a litigation gun/prevent free speech to local Alaska radio station
The people respond with humor. The reason for Murkowski doing this? Evidently there were some Alaskan judges in where it could be argued legislated from the bench. Therefore, the local radio host got ticked and encouraged people to register as write-in candidates. Over 100 people entered with lets just say “creative” names that looked like Lisa Murkowski’s name. Wow And Sarah Palin weighs in: Yesterday, | Read More »
Blood in the water: Christine O’Donnell may have runaway momentum in Delaware
(H/T Hedgehog Report, dforston at Redstate) Something smolders in the deep in the party of conservatives. It has been widely assumed that Chris Coons had Christine O’Donnell dead, buried, and forgotten. In my latest Senate update yesterday I was anxious to see a poll out of Delaware for the following reasons: Chris Coons reversing course and saying he would support extending the Bush tax cuts. | Read More »
Narrowing the light into a laser — The state of the Senate races
I remember back on Election Night 2006 when the chances of the Democrats taking the House were quite strong but chances of the Senate flipping were near impossible. The Democrats then had to pull an inside straight to recapture control of the Senate. Guess what happened? CNN like they had with their proclamation when Democrats were going to recapture the House announced with visual fireworks | Read More »
The Democratic Party Citizens United decision whining continues…
Never mind that unions are donating enormous sums of money to this election as well. First, soon to be ex-Speaker Nancy Pelosi: “Everything was going great and all of a sudden secret money from God knows where — because they won’t disclose it — is pouring in,” the California Democrat told about 100 donors at the fundraiser, according to a White House pool reporter in | Read More »
Dick Morris creates SuperPAC to shoot for a 100 seat gain for the GOP in the House.
Via Ace: The Cook Political Report (which is the best there is, but tends to run a little behind) lists 23 Democratic House seats as now likely or leaning Republican. We will win all of those. And it lists 47 seats now held by Democrats as tossup. I am working in about half of these districts and I believe we will win virtually all of | Read More »
So it begins. SEIU and other unions’ voting fraud efforts starting to pop up. A nationwide trend?
Ladyimpactohio has lately been pointing out the Democratic Party and union efforts and temper tantrums because they are starting to be watched by the citizens of Texas. When someone cannot be trusted, they need to be watched. Now shenanigans in Colorado and Arizona are starting to pop up. From Gateway Pundit: The same SEIU offshoot group that is accused of turning in thousands of bogus | Read More »
144 House seats listed as competitive — The final push in the House races
So says the Real Clear Politics map. What will be assumed is that the Likely and Lean GOP category is all going to go the way of the GOP candidate simply because the GOP momentum is insurmountable everywhere. Currently RCP predicts a 216-178 GOP majority including leaners with 41 races rated as toss-up. In my humble opinion I see the GOP taking at least 75% | Read More »
Democrats’ strategy to get their voter base to show up? Democratic and university push polls
Some people got mad at me for posting not to get complacent and that a final money push was needed in the races of Colorado, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and West Virginia. I also expressed that I felt that Dino Rossi, Carly Fiorina, and Sharron Angle look to be flush with cash and in great shape coming down the stretch. I really think Dino Rossi and Sharron | Read More »
CO, PA, IL, and WV. The final push in the Senate races
From the diaries by Erick There is a second poll out this morning showing Joe Sestak leading Pat Toomey 44-41 in the race for the Pennsylvania Senate seat. Now, I take these college/university polls with a grain of salt so you can take it for what what it is worth. However, looking at the internals of this poll, they don’t seem that much out of | Read More »
All hands on deck. It’s up to you to get Joe Miller elected. Alaska in danger of Democrat Scott McAdams backdooring into the Alaska Senator seat.
Normally, I would typically pooh-pooh this because their isn’t a snowball’s chance that Murkowski could win as a write-in candidate. However, Rasmussen, GOP and Democratic polls put Miller’s lead as razor thin over Murkowski. The NRSC is hedging that in the event that Murkowski could this off that they will need her to block Democratic shenanigans in the lame duck session and caucus with the | Read More »
What comeback MSM and Democrats?
Jay Cost is one of my favorite political analysts. His Morning Jay daily article over at The Weekly Standard is highly recommended. As you all know and what many here and around the conservative blogosphere had predicted, the MSM is starting to build their comeback narrative. Rasmussen and Gallup came out with some very interesting generic polling yesterday. Now with the nauseating rollercoaster ride that | Read More »
Cooked push polls and the MSM’s desperate attempt to gin up a Democratic comeback
They are desperate to turn out their base. It isn’t to retain the House or the Senate. It is to prevent an epic blowout that is shaping up for November. Barbara Boxer pulling ahead of Fiorina in California? Seeing Rand Paul ahead by only 2 points ahead of Jack Conway in this poll from SurveyUSA gave cause for alarm…until I began to dig into the | Read More »
The DREAM is still alive…UGH! More future cramdown attempts by Harry Reid still to come?
Yeah, and the DISCLOSE Act is probably somewhere out there alive and kicking too. I just caught this over at Malkin. For some freak reason, I get the image of Harry Reid with his best death stare eyeing Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins saying “You will vote for this poo sandwich and help save my Senate seat and Democrats this November…and YOU WILL LIKE IT!!” | Read More »
New York Senate Bombshell: Gillibrand up…1 point says SurveyUSA
Uhoh. If this ain’t a mayday for the Democrats I can’t imagine what is. If this verifies, the Senate could be as good as gone for the Democrats as well. This same poll shows Cuomo up 49-40 against Paladino. The Big Red Wave is starting to sweep over the Empire State. Sure, this might seem like a short diary, if it be even a classified | Read More »
Rust and Coal Belt Implosions, Obama healthcare lamentings
Everyone has been seeing the implosion across Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Illinois, Michigan, and now West Virginia seems to be joining the crowd. Malkin drops a bomb with one of the many reasons aside from Cap and Trade. Recent polling of these states indicate a potential wipeout that you see maybe once in a century. It would be useless to link everything but there | Read More »
Huh? In a pout over the DREAM Act not passing today, Obama says “Mexicans were here first before Americans”
(H/T Gateway Pundit) Unbelievable. Talk about a ready made ad for the GOP presidential nominee for 2012. It’s funny how the MSM has been trumpeting the failure of getting closure on the defense authorization bill as “GOP blocks Don’t Ask Don’t Tell Repeal” Just look at Politico, CNN, the Associated Press, etc. They are all saying the same thing but we all knew what this | Read More »
(UPDATE: Maine Senators being targeted) Obama and Reid’s last gasp (DREAM Act) to create a future voter bloc prior to November. Blow up the phones tonight and tomorrow.
This article by Politico sums it up. The Dems need this for the midterm elections badly. Call all your GOP Senators, particulary in Maine, to vote no on this. Malkin has all of the Senators numbers in regards to this. With Democrats polling plummeting everywhere and today’s Rasmussen generic polling showing R+10 six weeks out before the election night of November 2nd, the Obamabots as | Read More »
The state of the election picture for the Senate
Well, it looks as the primary dust has settled and it is very apparent that the GOP establishment has lost their ability to be the kingmakers and the people have taken back their rightful power….for the time being. First things first. Of course, the Delaware Senate race. The voters of Delaware made the right choice and already it is reaping some huge national strategic advantages | Read More »