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May 19, 2010

Reading yesterday's election results

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In a nutshell:

Big winners: the Tea Partiers, conviction politics, anti-Washington candidates, and fiscal conservatism. Big losers: Obama, Democratic incumbents, big spenders, and endorsements by office holders. Democrats who haven't ingested the Obama Kool Aid will -- or should -- start fretting about less-than-stellar candidates. Many of them are going to lose in November.
Read the rest of Jennifer Rubin's take on yesterday's election result - here.

One would think that given that the role of endorser-in-chief isn't working so well for Barack Obama, perhaps sooner or later the Dems just might catch on that Obama's socialist agenda is drastically shortening their political careers and that intrusive big government, big spending, high debt, pro-union edicts and legislation, and loss of individual freedoms are not playing well with the American people.

Posted by Richard at May 19, 2010 8:27 AM



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