Saturday, January 2, 2010

Good News for GOP; Good News for America?

2010 looks like it could be some good news for the GOP. They could be set to make a comeback in the midterm elections in November.

One thing though, if they truly want to win back both the House and the Senate, they need to recruit real true Republican conservatives that believe in the Constitution and are willing to adhere to it. I think the time is ripe for that kind of candidate, those that believe in small government, low taxes, individual freedom.

If they stick with the so called moderates, which most of them are in the GOP right now, they ain't goin' anywhere. The sense I have in watching the tea party rallies and the townhalls last summer, is that the average American voter is not happy with either the Democrats or the Republicans (in their current state).

Something is going to have to give, either the Republican Party becomes more conservative or voters are going turn to a third party or they could just stay home.

It will be interesting to watch what happens with our neighbors to the south.

1 comment:

  1. The only problem with the GOP assuming power is that they will inherit the financial disaster that the Democrats will leave behind. The Republicans will be faced with a massive debt burden, a plethora of unworkable and expensive programs, and an economy that is surviving only on taxpayer funding. The Republicans will be forced into unpalatable tax increases or massive entitlement cuts. The new regime will be the one who will get blamed for the Armageddon that the Obama crowd leaves behind. Perhaps they would be better off waiting until the impending catastrophe has reached such proportions that the public cries out to be relieved of the burden of the socialists. Of course, to wait that long may prove to produce a situation that is beyond salvaging.


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