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For Dems to Win House, Obama Must Rise in Polls

Mark1369 Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 11:09 AM
As a Tea Party member I am upset that some politicians run as conservatives on balanced budget, restricted Constitutional gov't and secure borders but they are really running on social issues which isn't the goals of the Tea Party. Don't let religious conservatives confuse you that they are the Tea Party. I hope that the religious conservatives see that they can't get all they desire in one election. We need to get conservatives to see that until we get the economy moving we won't get anything changed that needs to be changed.
Barack Obama has said that he wants to help Democrats win back a majority in the House of Representatives. He says he looks forward to Nancy Pelosi being speaker again.

If he does work hard to elect House Democrats, it will be a change from 2010 and 2012, when he didn't do much at all for them.

But let's say he does. What are the chances of success?

Certainly not zero. Democrats need to gain 17 seats to win a House majority of 218. That's fewer than the number of seats that changed party in 2006, 2008 and 2010.

And let's...