Thursday, October 21, 2010
Why is the (R)/(D) Gap Closing?
Every election day is important. There is always something at stake. But this time it feels as urgent as it did in 2004 when we were desperate not to have John Kerry as CIC. Maybe more-so. A Republican Congress could mean a reversal of some of the detrimental policies that have advanced...or at least a halt to further progressive progress. But the most recent polls show the margins slimming and I'm starting to panic a bit.
What else could we expect with George Soros donating a million to Media Matters (to "get" Fox news) and 1.8 million to NPR (Does that make it NSR?)? With Democrats funding Tea Party candidates to create 3rd party distractions? And with the NAACP out there advancing the FALSE perception that the Tea Party is a racist movement?
Republicans should need only two things this election. The truth:
"Chances are you'll learn that your 2011 health insurance tab will be sharply higher, as companies continue to shift the burden of rising costs onto their workers..." (SOURCE)
"Unemployment, as measured by Gallup without seasonal adjustment, is at 10.0% in mid-October -- essentially the same as the 10.1% at the end of September but up sharply from 9.4% in mid-September and 9.3% at the end of August. This mid-month measurement confirms the late September surge in joblessness that should be reflected in the government's Nov. 5 unemployment report..." (SOURCE)
"Majority of independent voters say Dem leadership is more left wing than they are..." (SOURCE)
You NEED to vote. You need to call your family and friends and ensure they vote. Shame them if need be.
Especially those of you that abstained in 2008. Your debt is higher and you must work harder to right this wrong.
There are 99 Democrat-held House seats in danger! And even Obama acknowledges that 15 Senates seats are in play. Yes we can!