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A Democrat Year? Don't Count on It.
Feb 14th, 2018 at 7:27am
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A Democrat Year? Don't Count on It.

By:  J. Robert Smith
February 14, 2018

Listening to the mainstream media and Democrats, the 2018 midterm congressional elections are in the bag -- for them. Yes, the MSM are mostly a propaganda arm of the Democratic Party, so they’re spinning. But capturing the House isn’t in the cards for a power-lusting party that’s gone outright fringy – and corrupt. The fringy-corrupt party is also driven by Trump-hate. Hate usually doesn’t win at ballot boxes – outside of diehards. The Senate is more problematic, but don’t bet against it staying Republican, too.

As Fred Barnes writes for the Weekly Standard, Newt Gingrich believes that Trump’s massive tax reforms should be the centerpiece that drives the GOP’s efforts to retain Congress.

But there’s another, big, big issue this year that can’t be ignored. Thanks to Hillary, Bill, Obama, and his administration higher-ups, for starters, the Democrats have broken bad. In fact, they “Better Call Saul.” 

Newt said this in the Barnes article:

Republicans should explain the cuts and their impact “at a cultural level… the large economy level .  .  . and at a personal level,” he said. This would send a simple message: “We want you to have money in your pocket, a better job, a greater future, more money in your 401(k) for retirement. [Democrats] want all that money for their bureaucrats and their giveaways. You pick which team you like.”

It’s hard to argue with Gingrich, who as speaker gave Republicans the “Contract with America,” which gave Republicans the U.S. House for the first time since Eisenhower. A rebounding economy fuel-injected by Trump tax cuts is a slam-dunk winner.


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Re: A Democrat Year? Don't Count on It.
Reply #1 - Feb 14th, 2018 at 8:43am
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The Democrat's all HOPE & BELIEVE they can CHANGE the opinion of voters who demonstrated in the last election that American's are sick & tired of the crap the Far Left has been forcing down (our) throats!

They may have had a chance if they had pivoted towards the center, with new Leader and new tactics.  Instead, they've double down on stupid!

" The few will always act like the few.�


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