I saw a Gallup poll showing 15% support in the GOP. M y biggest worry is another two years with this pro business anti middle class "entitlement cutting" fringe Republicans. I hope for a decisive defeat for them in November otherwise we have to put up with Behner, Cantor and "Eddie Munster" Paul Ryan.
It's doubtful that Democrats will defeat Republicans in many areas. Too many people are frustrated/angry with the POTUS and his supporters. The big question will largely be whether or not Republicans can garner a majority in the Senate.
Not a chance. They've given up on Obamacare, and they think they can win an election on #Benghazi!!! Faux News and Limbaugh will pressure the clowns on the Select Committee until they impeach. Election essentially forfeited.
Besides, dems only have to successfully defend two seats in red states to keep the senate. Two more years of divided government and gridlock...
Odd - my biggest worry is the anti-business, entitlement loving fringe Democrats that will spend the country blind with beautiful charity programs designed to enslave people and very effectively fulfilling the designers wishes. All while driving business out of the country in ever increasing numbers.
Thank goodness the king of entitlements, Obama himself, is gone forever, but there are plenty left, starting with Clinton and Pelosi.
California is a microcosm of the country. Middle class Californians and the small businesses they frequent and operate are fleeing that state for places like Idaho, Arizona, Nevada, Colorado, Wyoming, even crazy Oregon and Washington are beneficiaries of goofy California Democrats money grabbing politics. Before long the country will be able to sell California back to Mexico and not have to change the school curriculum or repaint streets signs because everything will be in Spanish.
California, really? Once dems took over the state houses the budget was fixed. You should try getting your news from somewhere other than am radio and faux news.
Fixed, yes. Fixed at a truly unsustainable rate that has gone far towards ruining the state. Between that and an open invitation to illegal aliens there won't be a California in a few years.
California is hemorrhaging businesses and productive people. California is eating its seed corn. It won't be long before California actually becomes El Norte.
by lady_love158 7 years ago
http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/201 … party.htmlAs well they should! In spite of that dumb a** Reid saying they are going away, they aren't! They will be a force to be recend with as anyone can see in these budget negotiations and in the republican candidates for president!
by Doug Hughes 7 years ago
"..._Worst of all, this is a vision that says even though America can't afford to invest in education or clean energy; even though we can't afford to care for seniors and poor children, we can somehow afford more than $1 trillion in new tax breaks for the wealthy. Think about it. In the last...
by My Esoteric 22 months ago
Congressional Republicans just promised to deny Hillary Clinton any honeymoon period and will continue their stated "Party over Country" policy of total obstruction of our Democratic President. To make their blockade more effective, they also promise to investigate Clinton for...
by Credence2 4 years ago
Excellent op-ed page that discusses conservatism taking two distinct tracts. Have a read and share your opinion, please. http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/20 … /?src=recg
by SparklingJewel 8 years ago
There is much talk of the formation of a third political party based on the tea party movement. In Florida, a Democratic operative with absolutely no connection to the tea party movement has filed papers to form a third party called the Florida Tea Party. He has issued legal threats against local...
by Thomas Byers 5 years ago
What do you think about President Obama so far?People blame the President when the US Congress that is controlled by the Republicans is really screwing over America. How anyone could support the so called Tea Party is beyond me. They really don't care about the average American. They are only...
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