Delusional liberal elites are still in denial over Obama’s crumbling presidency

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Joe Kawfi
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Delusional liberal elites are still in denial over Obama’s crumbling presidency

“Democrats in Congress are no longer asking themselves whether this is going to be a bad election year for them and their party. They are asking whether it is going to be a disaster.”

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Joe it will be.

This weekends event did more then rouse up the Progressive base. It showed America just who the Progressives really are. Union thugs, special Interest groups, Communist and more. Thanks to the Rally they will now be linked forever to these groups.

http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2010/10/15-photos-from-onenation-rally-...

Several groups attending actually have on their websites that their Mission Statement is to destabilize and bring down Capitalism and the US so they can usher in their Socialist Utopia.

America was watching this weekend. Blog sites are exploding with the pictures and the Groups attending along with those groups mission statements. As it spreads America is going to become aware of just who the progressives are. They overreached in the 20's and have done so again.

I guess shooting themselves in the foot is a habit of theirs.

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"Shooting themselves in the foot?"

Why are Dems' poll numbers looking up lately and close races starting to tilt in their favor? I don't see a lot of evidence out there that suggests much of a revolution occurring in November...looks like the typically bad mid-term results for the majority party, but I highly doubt they lose the House and sure won't the Senate. There's a ton of noise and national media hype, but the Dem-types are doing a pretty good job of making it all "local" and/or taking advantage of some shaky opponents.

How do you see things shaping up at the ballot box next month? Think the Dems lose the House? What about governor races?

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Ok here they are

In the House Republicans will gain 35-40 seats. Thus taking the House

In the Senate 7-10 toss up on taking the Senate. 50/50 on the odds.

Governorships 7 to 9

All in all the Republicans take the House and may take the Senate as well and will gain a distinct advantage in Governorships.

http://www.gallup.com/poll/127439/Election-2010-Key-Indicators.aspx

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Observerofu: Here's my crystal ball

Repubs gain about +35 in the House...put a major dent in the Dems big majority but come up a little short.

Senate: +6 seats. I think Angle barely loses to Reid and O'Donnell gets swamped. Those are two seats that should have been easy Repub wins but the T.P. growing pains and rapid rise kind of hurts here. Next cycle if the TP gets a few in office now and they do what they claim they will do, there will be a lot better pool of potential candidates for the TP and more trust from the voters.

On the other hand, I see Rand Paul winning and I think Linda McMahon is going to pull off the huge upset after being down about 40 points(!!) early this year.

Governorships: +8 This is very big for the Repubs, though it always seems to take a back seat to the House/Senate in the media for some reason. In GA, Roy Barnes needs to realize his political career is definitely over when he cannot even get close to someone like Nathan Deal who is a real weak Repub. I know GA=Big Repub, but Deal is pretty bad and a decent Dem might have squeaked by him. Doesn't appear if there is any chance of that, even if it comes out that Nathan Deal corrupts Judges or steals candy from babies.

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NUK

Can't believe that you said that the democrats will keep the majority in both houses! They will, of course but by more than you said.

Such republican candidates as Deal, O'Donnell, Engel, and Crisp (and they all will caucus with the republicans) (if elected), is a little more than even the party can stomach! America does come first even for the Conserves on occasion!

Just why so many want a strong third party is beyond my thinking. It is impossible to elect anyone with more than two parties---we may get to 3-4 parties like Italy if this continues. Someone else in power every 30 days!
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