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What's Next?

jwarrior Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 10:52 AM
Do you really think that NONE of the democratic senators will break with Reid? Especially any that will be running in 2 years? and of course the fact that some may in their hearts be sick of insane fiscal policies and social experiments.
badgerpat Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 11:26 AM
That's my hope as well. I hope that they choose someone else as their minority leader. We shall see. If they hold this course, they will continue to lose ground in the 2014 Senatorial elections. The problem is that we as a country can't wait forever for the idiot Democrats to come to their senses.
jwarrior Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 2:47 PM
I agree, The democrats used to have conservatives. At this time the dems sold their leadership to the socialists and they must either. Find their conservative core and vote their core, convert to Republican party. Socialist agenda has run out of other peoples money to spend. We cannot wait for Democrats to figure this out. We must defeat them and put conservatives into power and force them to reduce real spending.
Emilie3 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 3:55 PM
Well, 8 years of Bush and his tax cuts for the rich never resulted in new jobs as promised. Conservatives should force their greedy oligarchs to stop paying themselves so much and not send jobs overseas even when they get the tax cuts they want.

Presidential elections decide only who wins the White House and a congressional majority. They don't by themselves solve the nation's problems. George W. Bush had a majority Republican Congress and did little with it. President Obama had a majority Democrat Congress during his first two years in office, but appeared to let ideology trump solutions, causing additional harm to the economy.

What will happen if Mitt Romney wins the White House, but Democrats maintain a Senate majority? Even if Romney wins (likely) and Republicans capture the Senate (unlikely) and maintain their House majority (likely), will real change take place? Senate Majority...