Voting GOP is not just for Republicans tomorrow!
To quote a friend of mine: “Um, wow!”
Normally, I am not a partisan advocate. I am a registered Democrat, though I vote as an independent.
Not this year. This is a national emergency and the only responsible action is to vote Republican for every federal office.
Sparing even a favorite Democrat or two could allow Obama to spin defeat as a minor loss. Most worrisome, if Dems keep the Senate, the election will further entrench a corrupt government and further erode America’s strength and influence.
That is not a chance worth taking. Six years is enough. Collective punishment is the appropriate answer.
If there were any doubts the Obama Democrats cannot be trusted, look at their scurrilous campaigns. From coast to coast, their message is uniformly odious: Republicans are waging a “war on women” and they are racists.
That’s it. They can’t defend the legislation they passed, the economy they produced or the foreign policy they supported. Most don’t want to be seen with Obama, yet they take the money he raises and follow his lead in exploiting race and gender fault lines.
Scraping the bottom of the rancid barrel, they prove they will do anything to hold on to power. They cannot be allowed to succeed.
It is time for them to go.
Thus writes Michael Godwin in his column, “Obama always pointing the finger of blame at someone else,” in the New York Post. The entire article is worth reading and may help explain why Millennials, and even young Hispanics, are claiming that they will vote Republican on Tuesday.
The best Dems can do is equate the Republicans with EVIL. Voting for them is like voting for Darth Vader. Voters aren’t buying it. In fact, it reeks of desperation.
It is amazing to compare 2014 to 2008. Back then Obama was the protagonist that many turn-coat Republicans hoped would govern “from the center” (ha!). He was the post-partisan candidate.
He was nothing of the kind. All he has is fake rhetoric to gloss over ambitious grabs for power and leverage (Obamacare, stimulus, bailouts). To the extent that Obama has any substantial ideology at all, it is radical Leftism.
And even that takes a back seat to the expansion of the regime’s power over the U.S. and the world. The result is a stripped-down Leftism without any due-process rights or First Amendment provisions that allows kill lists, wiretapping, and funding terrorists to overthrow secular rulers to replace them with Jihadist warlords.
He can’t lose big enough, tomorrow.