There is still only one clear majority and those people are Democrats.
Palin should run for President Absolutely.
The biggest hypocrits are Murdoch's Media Circus. They played the Tea Party for fools. The entire day they have been stating the House will be taken back by Republicans. Really? They aren't all Repuiblicans, but, it is interesting Murdoch's service has handed them over thouigh.
November 02, 2010 4:36 PM
ABC News' Mary Bruce reports:
Sarah Palin warned the GOP establishment (click title to entry - thank you) today that conservative candidates, if elected, are not being sent to Washington to work with Democrats. “The GOP has to understand, that machine has to understand, we are not sending Republicans, common sense conservatives, to D.C. to sing kumbaya with Obama, we’re sending them to stop Obama!” the former Alaska governor told Laura Ingraham this afternoon.
“Anyone in the GOP who thinks that they can cut a little bill here or there with Obama or Pelosi to maybe raise taxes… they are going to find themselves without a job in 2012. We’ve got to remind these folks in the next couple of years, we put you in, we can take you out,” Palin said on Ingraham’s radio show.
Palin was adamant that Republican victories in the midterms will not represent a mandate for bipartisanship. “No, the left blew it. Barack Obama blew it. And we’re going to find out tonight, how badly he blew it. It’s not a time to compromise our principles and start kowtowing to that leftist extremist agenda that was thrown down our throat the last two years. No, now is the time finally for common sense conservatives to start implementing the solutions that will make sense,” she said....
The "Bob Dutko Show" was doing nothing but stating Christians have an obligation to vote for Republicans. Not Tea Party people, but, Republicans. Why? Because they reflected all the 'correct' social values that can be converted into legislation. He was telling everyone who to vote for if they were Christians. It was amazing to listen to, especially the homophobic ranting.