Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Lessons not learned by the Democrats

Primary Voter Turnout Stays Low, but More So for Democrats

For the first time since the 1930s, participation in Republican
primaries exceeds participation in Democratic primaries, according to a report by the Center for the Study of the American Electorate at American

The study, which looked at elections held through Sept. 1 of this
year, found that more than four million more voters cast ballots in Republican
primaries than in Democratic primaries. While it is unclear whether higher
levels of Republican primary participation spell doom for the Democrats in

The 'I Can't Wait To Vote' Election

I saw this title and knew what the article was about. I can’t wait to vote either.

Democrats voted for the Obama agenda; now voters get to vote on
Democrats--and they can't wait.

Nov. 2, Election Day, will be one for the history books.

For months the political prognosticators have been slowly ramping up
their predictions in favor of Republicans. Democratic leaders, by contrast,
pooh-poohed any suggestion they could lose the House, but even they now feel the
winds of discontent.

Enjoy the read:

Obama's War on America's Seniors

Harry Reid said he can’t imagine how any minority could be a Republican. This may explain why no Senior should be a Democrat. And yes, say hello to those notorious “Death Panels.”

Seniors citizens probably provided less support for President Obama in
the 2008 election than any other voter bloc. That reflects the wisdom of age.
But for President Obama, apparently it's payback time, because he is conducting
a comprehensive economic assault on America's senior citizens.

First He Trashed Medicare

A Democrat campaign theme this fall is that those scary Republicans
want to end Medicare as we know it. But that is not possible, because President
Obama, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and the Democrats have already done that, in

Health Bill Gates Wants Death Panels: Dying People VS Teachers

This one reminds me of how the rich and nobility in 19th Century England thought that the poor needed parks and open space (like they had in their estates) rather than jobs and better pay. Death Panels which we all know aren’t part of Obamacare appear to be sneaking out of hiding. You can watch the video at the link below.

Oh, well, at least you didn’t have a government stimulus grant to pay for this.
Pew’s survey also illustrated how many Americans are headed to their
own corners in cable news viewing and radio listening. Eighty-four percent of
people in liberal MSNBC talk show host Keith Olbermann‘s audience say they
approve of President Barack Obama’s job performance, with 80 percent of Rachel
Maddow’s audience saying the same thing.

At the same time, 7 percent of conservative Sean Hannity‘s Fox News
Channel viewers and 9 percent of Rush Limbaugh’s listeners say Obama is doing a
good job, the survey said. Three quarters of Limbaugh, Hannity and Glenn Beck’s
audiences identify themselves as tea party supporters.

Gore's "Unprecedented and Irreversible" Decline

Here’s another sign that the AGW movement is dying. Al Gore’s The Climate Project has slumped to an all-time low number of presentations made. It appears the dogs don’t like the dog food.

The French sceptic climate website Changement Climatique has
compiled a graphic showing the number of presentations given each month. I’ve
posted it below

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