Sunday, August 8, 2010

Pollster: Mood of the Country is "Pre-Revolutionary"

"The Democratic party is fracturing....The issue is very simple. Who is sovereign in this country. The people or the political class....We are headed for a tidal wave in November the likes of which I don't even know the dimensions of....And by the way, the voters in Michigan and Missouri, where you can choose which ballot you want to take, 2-1 chose a Republican ballot...one is a heavily Democratic state and the other is a swing state. There is a message there and it isn't pretty."

Obamacare, the 9-11 mosque, the auto company takeovers, endless stimulus (looting of our national treasury) shoving things down our throats doesn't seem to be working for the Democrats. If you haven't seen this video yet, it is perfect for a Good News Sunday post.

Hat Tip Shawsblog.

18 comments:

PeaceLover said...

The way voters feel has everything to do with George Bush and nothing to do with Obama. If it wasn't for George Bush, everything in this country would be fine and we'd be marching arm in arm toward a great future of socialism.

If you listen to MSNBC, you'll get my point.

Opus #6 said...

PieceLover, I think you've been hanging out with Candle too long....

LL said...

At present it's a political tsunami that will sweep some of the Democrats and progressives (including RINOs) from office. It's very important that this happen. The alternative to orderly transfers of power is to horrible to envision.

Catawissa Gazetteer said...

We're beyond pre-revolutionary now. Prop C here in my beloved state of Missouri was the first shot fired, the Concord Bridge of the next revolution.

Gird your loins and oil your guns. And pray that this is settled at the ballot box.

RightKlik said...

Amazing video...

I've been looking forward to November 2 for almost two years now. I can hardly wait.

I hope that all conservative patriots will participate in TBF or something like it:

http://www.rightklik.net/2010/08/ten-buck-fridays-august-8-13.html

Opus #6 said...

LL, and the outcome would not be assured. I sure hope the November elections help put the country on a more sustainable, stable path.

I saw a story just now that a politician said he misses the Bush Deficits, only 1/6 of the Obama Deficits.

Opus #6 said...

Cat, I could not be prouder of you Missourians after the prop C vote. Bravo!

Opus #6 said...

RK, and bravo to you for organizing the Ten Buck Fridays. You are right. We need to put our money where our mouth is.

Just a conservative girl said...

Good news indeed. I am going to party at the Reagan building on election night - I have this feeling that I will be celebrating big time. It is only a few blocks from the White House, I think we may have to take a stroll over with some megaphones to ask Uncle Obammy if he heard us now!!!

Amusing Bunni said...

Every day that passes, people are getting angrier, Opie. I can't wait until Nov. to vote these jerks out, and send a big message.

John Carey said...

This is good news. I believe we are witnessing the end of the Democratic Party as we know it. People are soundly rejecting their buffoonery. I see them being banished to a political Siberia after this November. I will link to this in my Sunday Links. Great Post!

Opus #6 said...

JACG,

That sounds sooo fun! I wish I was there to join you. After 2 years of torture, it will be a great relief.

Opus #6 said...

Bunni, I can't wait.

Opus #6 said...

John, thanks for linking. And hey, Siberia is beautiful right about December and January.

Hoping the Blind Will See said...

At the risk of being a downer, let me just say that we need to temper our ecstacy just a bit. I think a lot of what we are feeling is our strong desire for a hopeful outcome. Nothing is etched in stone, however, that's for sure. The progressives will not go silently, nor willingly, into the night. So let's not count our chickens just yet. I'm with Catawissa, I hope this gets settled in the ballot box over the next umpteen voting cycles as we reclaim our liberty elction by election. The alternative won't be pretty, easy, or nice - for anyone.

Opus #6 said...

Hoping, the 71 percent for prop C result Is enough to strike hope into my worried heart. I pray November goes well for America.

The All Real Numbers Symbol said...

Can I be snarky for a moment, please?

What was thier first clue, the Gadsden 'don't tread on me' flags everywhere or the 'party like it's 1773' signs?

That aside, I hope that we get our country back @ the ballot box, because like others have said, the alternative won't be pretty.

Off subject, I'm pretty sure this is why I gave New Revolution the name it has. and I can't believe that MICHIGAN, of all states, wants to toss out the healthcare bill. I wonder what happened. Were they not fed enough pork?

Trestin said...

I just hope we do not overlook state and local elections. If the new Congress does not work out that is all we will have.