Archive for the 2010 Election Category


Help elect 50 conservatives from a “one-stop shopping” Tea Party website!

Want to help elect conservative candidates on November 2nd, but don’t know where to focus your efforts? Easy answer: Election Day Tea Party 2010 Since February 2009, the Tea Party movement has inspired tens of thousands of people across the country to organize tea party rallies. These rallies have given millions of concerned, patriotic Americans [...]

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“Wave election” to slam once-safe Democrat congressional seats

Despite Democrat assertions that GOP and Tea Party momentum has “peaked,” polls show that the closer we get to November 2, the more Democrat congressional seats are coming into play — even seats usually considered safe Democrat strongholds. Wall Street Journal covers this well; I like this quote: Republican advances in traditionally Democratic states, including [...]

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Socialism: Not the “change” you voted for?

From blogger Ken Howe, via Powerline, comes a brief video taking us from those heady “change” days of 2008, to the “what happened?” days of 2010 after we discovered Mr. “Bring Us Together” is really “The Socialist”:

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2010/2012 conservative candidates: Here’s your winning video ad

An August post at TheNextRight recalls Reagan’s simple response to Mondale during the 1984 election. Just change the names and you’re good to go:

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Recovering the Founders’ vision: no fast, temporary relief

Everyone’s focused on November 2, but everyone also knows it will take more than one election cycle to get the job done. We’re in this for the long haul. I’m reminded of what Churchill said in November 1942: “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it [...]

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