Party leaders clash over Obama as election nears
WASHINGTON (AP) — He is not on the ballot, but President Barack Obama was the focus in a final-weekend clash between candidates and party leaders, as an increasingly confident Republican Party eyes control of Congress two days before Election Day.
GOP officials on Sunday seized on Obama’s low approval ratings, which have overshadowed state contests in which roughly 60 percent of eligible voters are expected to stay home. SOURCE
Even though Barack Hussein Obama is NOT on the ballot, the upcoming election on Tuesday, November 4th is more about stopping him and his far left policies and yanking as much power away from him as possible, and the only way that can happen is if the GOP retains the House and retakes the Senate. If that doesn’t happen there won’t be much of an America left come 2016. It’s as simple as that!
Still, the Democratic Party leaders are predicting victory despite disappointing polls.
We have all heard the saying, ‘Polls don’t mean a thing’ and that may be true, but I don’t base my opinions on polls, I base them on what I see and read, and lately I am seeing and hearing a lot of Democrats complain about Obama, his way of governing and the outcome of that governance.
Sure, there’s always going to be a strain of Democratic insanity that supports people like Obama and his cohorts, it’s inevitable, that is why it’s called insanity and why the Dems, in their current configuration, can never be allowed to take control of this nation again.
Speaking of insanity…
“I’m very proud of this president,” head of the Democratic National Committee, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., said. “I think we’re going to win the Senate.”
That, I believe, proves the argument about insanity and the Dems suffering it.
There is one matter that may affect the elections; the weather. I am an *early voter*, I believe that voting is my duty but I don’t have to wait until the last minute to do it. Also, with the time period that early voting is open I don’t have to wait until a day when the weather is too hot, too cold or too rainy. I vote, it’s what I do, but given the time frame of early voting I vote at MY convenience, and here’s why.
While rain could deter voter turnout on Election Day in part of the Southern Plains and the Northwest, dry weather is in store in the East and the balance of the West. Gubernatorial elections will be held on Nov. 4, 2014, in 36 states, along with elections for many other state and local government offices.
Rain is forecast to fall on areas from Texas to the upper Great Lakes on Election Day. Voters in part of this area may have to wait in line in the rain.
Some of the rain can be heavy enough in this swath to cause travel delays and perhaps bring incidents of urban flooding, especially from portions of Texas to the middle part of the Mississippi Valley. SOURCE
I am hoping that Conservatives voted early and that those that didn’t have the dedication and sense of duty to get out and vote in the rain if need be. I also hope that the Dems are the *fair weather* voters they have long been touted to be.
Additional Reading: New polls show Republicans pulling away in key Senate races