Saturday, May 1, 2010

Here Come the "Change"

"In my many years I have come to a conclusion that one
useless man is a shame, two is a law firm and three or
more is a congress." -- John Adams

If you read some of the founders writings after the work they did on the Constitution and Bill of Rights it seems they became quite disenchanted with representative democratic form of government. In their time as well as this point in our nation's history we can fuss about it, complain about it, be angry at it, but it still is the best game in town. Whatever conclusion each of us comes to about our form of government, we don't want to trade it for a socialist government or a socialist way of life. ( To call a socialist economy an ECONOMY is something I just can't relate to.)

Some GOOD news and some BAD news….. From The Oxford Tea Party.

First the good news:

Group to Supporters: History's Never Seen Anything Like Us :
Dems Lead Sen, Gov Races; Obama, HC Underwater

April 28th, 2010

Blanche Lincoln Is In A Heap Of Trouble (Lady who sold her vote.)

Posted by Sean Trende

I've been following Congressional and Senate races closely for almost fourteen years now, and I honestly can't remember seeing a sitting Senator polling below thirty percent in a poll ever before. Certainly not six months before an election. But according to Rasmussen Reports, there's a first time for everything. 4/26/2010, 500 LVs, +/- 4.5%

Kim Hendren (R) -- 51%
Blanche Lincoln (D) -- 30%
Gilbert Baker (R) -- 53%
Blanche Lincoln (D) -- 31%
Curtis Coleman (R) -- 52%
Blanche Lincoln (D) -- 32%
Jim Holt (R) -- 54%
Blanche Lincoln (D) -- 31%
John Boozman (R) -- 57%
Blanche Lincoln (D) -- 29%
Kim Hendren (R) -- 45%
Bill Halter (D) -- 33%
Gilbert Baker (R) -- 48%
Bill Halter (D) -- 33%
Curtis Coleman (R) -- 43%
Bill Halter (D) -- 37%
Jim Holt (R) -- 49%
Bill Halter (D) -- 31%
John Boozman (R) -- 56%
Bill Halter (D) -- 31%

I have decided to put off the bad news to another day….

Come November…Come November come with us to the voting booth. Let us elect folks who have the courage and insight to end these nightmares.


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