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Democrats Fantasizing About Retaking the House

ConservativeSue Wrote: May 06, 2012 6:27 AM
“The hat-loving Rep. Frederica Wilson dips into delusion, saying that Republicans "are intentionally starving efforts to jump start the economy" - as if the GOP holding one-half of one of three government branches gives them ultimate control.” The Dems/Liberals are all using that same “dip.” When Bush was president and Dems/Liberals controlled the House and Senate they said they couldn’t get anything done because Bush was president, even though they had control of our government. The B.O. was elected and then for 2 more years the Dems/Liberals had control of the House, the Senate, and the presidency but still blamed Republicans for being obstructionists.
ConservativeSue Wrote: May 06, 2012 6:27 AM
Today they have control of the Senate and the presidency and continue to claim that Republicans are the ones keeping this country in the dumpster. Harry is sitting on an ever-growing stack of bills passed by the House that he won’t bring to the Senate floor because he knows he doesn’t have enough votes from his own party (who btw could pass any vote they wanted w/o any Republicans) to vote them all down. This includes a Senate budget.

LIBERAL REALITY CHECK: Quit blaming Republicans because you (Dems/Liberals) can’t unify your own party and get them to agree with your ideas and pass your bills.

Voting GOP in November
After a monumental 2010 midterm election that saw them swept from power, Congressional Democrats are fantasizing again about holding the levers of the House of Representatives.

Politico's Arena has a discussion among both Democrat and Republican legislators that sees a surprising optimism for Democrats. This comes in the wake of John Boehner putting Dems' chances at about one-in-three.

Democrat Congressman Tim Ryan of Ohio thinks the Ryan budget will be the GOP's millstone, claiming they want to "dismantle" Medicare. (If only, right?) The hat-loving Rep. Frederica Wilson dips into delusion, saying that Republicans "are intentionally starving efforts...