Time for the Jim Jones Kool-Ade? GOP Leads Dems by 24 points Among Independents on the Congressional Generic Ballot
You know, back in March I predicted a big election for the GOP in 2010, and more than a few people thought that was a nutty or unrealistic statement. Especially seeing that the RNC back then and also now, does not seem to have their act together.
And speaking of that, if the RNC was really worth a damn, they would start a national House and Senate campaign, ala the Contract With America. Maybe name it 100 For the GOP, since the GOP has the chance to completely destroy the Dem majority in both houses, if they really put their mind to it.
Instead, of course, we have a bumbling fool who is more worried about Rush Limbaugh, political cartoons and affixing his lips to the donkey’s ass than about actually doing his job.
I stand by both statements as the GOP leadership will seemingly always have it’s head up it’s ass and the Dems are on the verge of a total meltdown on a myriad of issues. However, with the conservative grassroots citizenry taking matters into it’s own hands (NY-23 anyone?) and with the introduction of Obama and a thoroughly rouge Congress, the cannot-help-themselves Leftists have gone on a massive, Stalinistic overreach binge that they probably cannot save themselves from in time for 2010. Or even 2012.
Republican candidates have extended their lead over Democrats to seven points, their biggest lead since early September, in the latest edition of the Generic Congressional Ballot.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 44% would vote for their district’s Republican congressional candidate while 37% would opt for his or her Democratic opponent…
Voters not affiliated with either party continue to heavily favor Republicans, 44% to 20%.
Those are unmitigated, disaster numbers. And a little little birdie told me that it will only get worse as ObamaCare drags on and on, like Michael Moore running a marathon.