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Obama Retreats After High Water Mark

RedRum Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 1:16 PM
Contrary to what some liberals contend, I think the 2014 midterm elections are going to be another refutation of Obama and his policies. The chances favor the GOP holding the House and picking up Senate seats over Democrats defying history and reclaiming power in the House. If Republicans don't nominate sure losers like Murdoch, Akin, O'Donnel and Angle, they SHOULD pick up Senate seats. 2014 may be Obama's Waterloo.
C. R.4 Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 11:05 PM
Some of these were NOT losers but not accepted by the PACS/consultants that own and run the RNC. if you don't please these PACS/consultants you will get denigrated, no funds and castigated for not bowing down to them. That is why Akins was a good candidate, also Bachman and others, but they went their own way, just like Cruz who we Tea Party people supported and managed to get him into the Senate. The RNC is pathetic and their 100 page "mission" statement was a farce and a repeat of why they are failing as a party. So many of us have left them because they left us. Pathetic in supporting themselves to stay in Congress, pathetic in supporting programs the majority of us do not want nor approve, pathetic in further dividing our country
SugarLandSteve Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 3:19 PM
We can pray that you are correct on this, RedRum. Pray and work like never before to turn out some good CONSERVATIVE candidates! RINOs need not apply.
ppotts Wrote: Mar 23, 2013 2:28 PM
well I hope so for the sake of the next 3 and a half years and what it can bring.

Call it over-reach, hubris, arrogance; call it what you will, but for all practical purposes Obama’s presidency and experimentation in transformative politics is over.

Oh sure; we’ll have four more years of strident rhetoric, of evasions, of ruses and stratagems.

Obama’s nothing if not persistent.  He wants to be the guy who transformed America -in fact, moved it on the path toward the socialist, state-sponsored model of Europe.  He might even be the guy who recognizes that only under a “dictatorship of the proletariat” or some modern version of it, will African-Americans enjoy anything like real power as...