Biden’s ‘stumble bum’ persona notwithstanding, he and the Ds have it all right now. Especially with the recent SCOTUS decisions, the suggestion Democrats ‘need a reason to exist’ and will leave their agenda to something as easily hacked (as they’ve already proven) as voting should be incomprehensible to observant individuals who have been carefully watching the show develop.
The overtaking of both the House of Representatives and the Senate in three months is undoubtedly there for the Republicans’ taking, and they should be able to put Democrats back in the minority without much difficulty. But in several races in the House, and in a few key races in the Senate (i.e. Georgia and Pennsylvania), Republicans have nominated candidates that are both lacking in ability and lagging in the polls.
Given the state of the economy and the November midterm elections looming around the corner, the American people will have the opportunity to register their approval (or disappointment), and it will be interesting to see whether the Congressional Democrats hold onto slim majorities in the House and Senate.
California also has an internet-based system that allows voters to print ballots at home. All that is needed in most locations is a voter name and date of birth – information readily available online and through the voter registries. With this system, tens of thousands of ballots can be created for unknowing voters, including multiple ballots for individual voters, printed, and mailed off for inclusion in official counts.
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As a result, and coming as no surprise to anyone other than Democrats themselves, Americans are vocally rejecting the Democrats’ socialist, climate alarmist, and racist agenda. In virtually every demographic that is tracked – including a remarkable renunciation of their policies from Hispanics, traditionally one of the most loyally Democratic groups in the country – Americans are abandoning Democrats in droves.
FOX markets books for its mostly silly authors better than Nancy Pelosi markets ice cream for Ben and Jerry’s (or whomever). And the rest of the tadpoles are as intellectually cozy and careless with history and law as NPR is with communications of a Pravda-like culture. But, in short, to all of them, red waves and red flags are the same things—opportunities for politicians to lie to the people about how they are lying to the people, Republican or not.
Democrats are hemorrhaging African American support, and Asian Americans seem poised to abandon them as well. Young voters, which is to say Millennials and Gen Z, approve of President Joe Biden at a remarkably low 43%. And now that we see the statistics on the current trend unfolding in suburbia, we’re not merely talking about a one-time, outlier election with temporarily lopsided results. We could be in the midst of a once-in-a-generation seismic shift.
This chaff, ill-suited for human consumption, is the likes of John Cornyn, Mitch McConnell et ilk both of whom of course cleave to the Washington elites and also are from the same wheatfield as Liz Cheney and Adam (cry-baby) Kinzinger. This red wave will be large, to be sure, but it will still be a majority of (d)emocrats and perhaps a couple of dozen (r)epublicans (House and Senate)
While Gavin Newsom and his comrades in other blue states are overseeing a bigger outflow of their residents than Ukraine, Governor DeSantis’ mission is to make his policies work for everyone. And the only way to achieve that is conservatism unleashed. The direct opposite of the liberals, he knows that the way to prosperity is not to divide the country into tribes, and then give out perks to your preferred tribe.
That red bunch of treasury-hijacking pirates, calling themselves Republicans and their payoff lobbyists ghouls are salivating at the prospect of a war in Europe. Two of our good ol’ Texas boys, John Cornyn and Dan Crenshaw (to name just two of the loudest) sailed off with Mitch McConnell to Ukraine at the taxpayers’ expense and are salivating at the thought of the Military-Industrial Complex opening the champagne bottles for WWIII.
But the red Republicans of today, especially Southern ones, posing as conservative republicans, seem to think they must fall in line and promote themselves as anti-Southern racists (the presentism word for slavery), to win votes and bring the sorrowful South, and its plethora of votes into the glorified color of red Republicanism. To them, the Bonnie Blue is just as Blue as the Democrats’ blue. They are wrong on all counts.
So, as bad as Biden is doing, it’s the numbers relating to the Congressional ballots in November’s midterm elections that are the priority. Therefore, the key question asked by the poll of 1,377 adults was this: “If this year’s election for Congress were held today, which party’s candidate are you more likely to vote for in your district.” And when we analyze the data from the responses to this question, the results are staggering.
Being a conservative guy myself I wish the “red wave” were conservative. It isn’t. Most of the prominent Republicans are as committed liars as are the Democrats. Both want printed money, wars, welfare, sodomy-appreciation-day, etc, and most of all self-aggrandizement. What are they attempting to conserve?
If Biden, Pelosi, and Schumer, were to advocate for less spending, or denounce Critical Race Theory, or back away from their full-throated support of transgender insanity, AOC and the rest would have a meltdown, and so would the media. Democrats have created an echo chamber for themselves and have brainwashed each other into believing that their fanaticism is mainstream. It isn’t.
So, conservatives, particularly Southerners who have not sold their souls to Republican yahoos or Democrat socialist/communists watch as the braggadocious Republicans, the Fox Channel-type pseudo-historians (presentism clods themselves) ballyhoo about great Republican red waves into the land of “a new beginning.” The other “media” conglomerates, meanwhile try to reach new minds with some new nonsense about some old nonsense or some new degeneracy that appeals to them.
As if that weren’t enough to give what Democrats in Florida that still hold onto Congressional seats heartburn, things might soon get a good bit worse for them: DeSantis is pushing a major redistricting plan that could harness the state’s population growth and use it to give Republicans yet more seats.
Throughout the wasteland that is the Democratic Party right now, opinions abound on which remedy is appropriate in trying to avoid what appears to be an imminent avalanche preparing to drop right on top of DNC headquarters this fall. But virtually none of them are doing what truly needs to be done: Taking a long look in the mirror and understanding why they’re in this predicament.
I’m thrilled Glenn Youngkin won. I’m pleased that much of the country went from (D) to (R), because (D) is evil. I want to join in the chorus that this is somehow the turning of the tide. But I can’t. History and reality say otherwise. More importantly, the promise of tomorrow means nothing when the threat of today is being so universally ignored. What is everyone somehow missing? How can I be the only one seeing this stuff?
Except for the Infrastructure Legislation, the Republicans came out on top this week, and America sent a clear message to Democrats. We do not want your big spending, and we do enjoy our freedom. Democrats did not hear or chose to ignore the word of the people. They do this at their own peril. Not only did Republicans score big, but Democrats have given them soundbites and videos to use in every campaign in 2022.