Archive for the 2010 Election Category


Hints of true financial “reform” coming our way

 Congressman Ron Paul will likely take over as chairman of the House’s monetary policy subcommittee. And he has some great ideas that could actually make a difference, says CNBC: “I will approach that committee like no one has ever approached it because we’re living in times like no one has ever seen,” Paul said in [...]

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Post-election Schadenfreude post

The only thing better than the Democrats’ losing 60 (or more) House and 6 Senate seats, is that hundreds of staffers will lose their jobs as well. Lest we forget, included among those individuals, I trust, are the ones responsible for writing the 2,000+ pages of the ObamaCare, financial “reform” and other unconstitutional bills that [...]

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The independent voters’ role in tossing out the Democrats

Paul Mirengoff at Power Line has posted an excellent piece titled Independents poised to deal hard blow to Democrats. He highlights two primary story lines for the upcoming election: Story number one…is, in my opinion, the abandonment of the Democratic Party by independent voters. This phenomenon pretty much ensures that the Dems will lose control [...]

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“The concrete has already been poured around the Democrats’ feet”

So says GOP consultant Kevin Madden about the Dems’ inability to find a message that resonates with voters. With just two weeks left till November 2nd, they’re toast. Every day brings fresh evidence of Democratic officials virtually abandoning House members whose re-election bids seem hopeless. Republicans are expanding the field to pursue races that once [...]

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Tea Party wants liberty…and karma??

“What do tea partiers really want?” is a continuing (online) parlor game, and now Jonathan Heidt weighs in. Writing in the Wall Street Journal’s Saturday Essay, Heidt — a University of Virginia professor — opines that Tea Party members can be divided into two main groups: those who want libertarian-style liberty, and those who want [...]

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