Saturday, June 26, 2010

Steve Peters - #1896 - Nowhere for Democrats to Hide - Posting from the Right

Steve Peters, Conservative Activist and Tea Party Patriot - Postings from the Right - Steve Invites all comments on his views: During the last presidential election my wife and I discussed the pros and cons of Obama becoming president. I said, if we could survive him, perhaps it would be better to show the country what a true liberal is really like (A large portion of the electorate was not around for Carter, who was liberal light compared to Obama) . Well, we are finding out and he is exceeding my wildest expectations (wish he were not). Maybe we will survive it or maybe we will not until 2012. One thing is sure, if we do not stop him by removing his allies in the Congress this November...we will not survive it. According to the tax foundation the top 10% of wage earners are paying 73% of all the income taxes, but this is still not enough for the liberal Democrats. Hopefully, the rest of us have had enough of the liberals and their agenda.
DEMS HIDE FROM VOTERS TOWN HALL ANGER DURING RECESS -  They can run and they can hide....during the recess, but we will still hold them accountable on Judgement Day. The ostrich approach makes one think the problem has gone away, but it is really still waiting for you when you decide to head back into the real world.  Read more......


EARTH TO HOUSE DEMS:IT'S TIME TO HIT THE PANIC BUTTON- Obama is your executioner, not your savior.  I rarely, if ever quote the New Republic, but thought this article on the left sending out a huge warning sign to the Democrat's is worth the read. It uses the Stan Greenberg, Gallop, and Emory's Alan Abramowitz to explain how bleak things look for the liberals. Not included in this article are comments Stuart Rothenberg made in his political report, "But come November, we will have a rather traditional midterm election. Angry voters will turn out to vote against the party in charge. And that’s why, ultimately, 2010 will be remembered as a Republican wave election, not an anti-incumbent year." The second and third links below are to Real Clear Politics. The fourth link is to Sabato's Crystal Ball (tends to lean to the democratic side on estimates) (1) Prepare Yourselves for Speaker Boehner - The New Republic (2) Battle for the House - Real Clear Politics  (3) Battle for the Senate - Real Clear Politics  (4) For House Democrats: More Favorable Terrain than '94 - Sabato's Crystal Ball

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