Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Waive By To Sixty Plus Dems

Hey, hey, what do you say , "How many DEMS are gone today?"

The first thing we did this morning (we use Google as our home page) was to put a "Count down clock" on our home page .(A Google App). So, from the moment of this writing we have only 731 days, 8 hours, 29 minutes, 35 seconds till we can vote in the 2012 elections. That isn't much time for what we have left to do. Like us, I'm sure everyone was up late into last night so rest today, maybe think what we did and did not accomplish in this election cycle, maybe take a little nap, But tomorrow we've got to get back in the traces. 731 days may seem like a long time but it will all be up hill, in mud, with a broke singletree, and one tired mule. BUT

BUT already, we at TheOxfordTeaParty are trying to second guess what, if anything, we could have done in the Reid/Pelosi races. BUT

BUT don't you have to wonder what would have happened IF all the Senate had been up for reelection…. (Smart planning on our founders part.)BUT

Eric Erickson

(BUT there will be 18 states subject to reapportionment. The Republicans will control a majority of those - at least ten and maybe a dozen or more.

More significantly, a minimum of seventeen state legislative houses have flipped to the Republican Party.

The North Carolina Legislature is Republican for the first time since 1870. Yes, that is Eighteen Seventy.

The Alabama Legislature is Republican for the first time since 1876.

For those saying this is nothing because it is the South, consider these:
The entire Wisconsin and New Hampshire legislatures have flipped to the GOP by wide margins.

The State Houses in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, Iowa, Montana, and Colorado flipped to the GOP.

The Maine and Minnesota Senates flipped to the GOP.

The Texas and Tennessee Houses went from virtually tied to massive Republican gains. The gains in Texas were so big that the Republicans no longer need the Democrats to get state constitutional amendments out of the state legislature.

These gains go all the way down to the municipal level across the nation. That did not happen even in 1994.

This was a tsunami.

Washington Post

"the Republicans have taken refuge in an anti-government ideology premised on the lunatic notion that America is the only truly free and successful country in the world. That ideology won last night, and Keynesianism lost. Have a good day!"t….

(The writers at the Washington Post are smart but arrogant people who also happen to be slow learners.)

(Just to see how other writers in other countries are reading the election results.)

Nile Gardiner

Article from the UK's The Daily telegraph:

Under the Obama White House, economic decline, feckless borrowing and towering debts, which will rise dramatically further if hugely expensive health care reforms are implemented, are combined with a flawed foreign policy and national security strategy which is leaving America weaker on the world stage and more vulnerable to attack. From its decision to scrap Third Site missile defenses in eastern and central Europe, to its failed policy of engagement with Iran and its timetable for withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Obama presidency is projecting dangerous weakness and compromise in the face of its enemies.
Ultimately, President Obama’s legacy to America will be the decline of a great superpower, weighed down by crushing debts and massive entitlement programs, and facing an emboldened set of adversaries, from Moscow to Tehran to Pyongyang. The damage inflicted by the Obama administration will ultimately be worse than the harm caused by the presidency of Jimmy Carter due to the scale of the long-term economic crisis now facing America. The overwhelming repudiation of the Obama.

Haley Barbour said, "We'all did a good job." We think he did a really good job also. Now I think he has a better idea of what the Tea Parties are capable of doing, he may be willing to help in the efforts we think the state need to get done… The changes that need to be made here on the home front...

BUT consider, as you have the first cup of coffee, this morning the Republican Party, with our help, has picked up more seats in the House of Representatives than at any time since 1948 -

I garden…. I like to garden.. However, a lesson I never seem to learn is the that the longer I wait to start pulling weeds in the spring the more weeds I end up with all summer. After X number of decades gardening you would think I would know this, and correct my attitude about spring weeding. I haven't. Instead I spend the summers disappointed and grumbling.

In closing this little missive know that we now have only 731 days, 6 hours, 19 minutes, and 11 seconds left till the 2012 elections.


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