I Canít Look

Want to watch the Republican Party piss away a seemingly permanent conservative majority in both houses of congress faster than you can get to the tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie pop?

Well we do watch Nascar for the crashes eh?

Note this projection Via election projection.com as of the end of September. Before Mastergate.

Projected Tally
ē Senate
This week: 52 GOP, 46 DEM, 2 IND - DEM +2, GOP -3, IND +1
Same count as last week
ē House
This week: 221 GOP, 214 DEM, 0 IND - DEM +12, GOP -11, IND -1
Last week: 222 GOP, 213 DEM, 0 IND - DEM +11, GOP -10, IND -1
ē Governorships
This week: 22 GOP, 28 DEM - DEM +6, GOP -6
Now the current projection
Senate Projections

Current: 55 GOP, 44 DEM, 1 IND
Projected: 49 GOP, 49 DEM, 2 IND
DEM +5, GOP -6, IND +1

House Projections
Current: 232 GOP, 202 DEM, 1 IND
Projected: 220 GOP, 215 DEM, 0 IND
DEM +13, GOP -12, IND -1

So mastergate has only cost us 3 Senate seats so far?! Smashing.

Really itís not the voters. Itís not the Christian Conservatives who let the GOP down. Itís not the Midwestern swing state Reagan Republicans that let the GOP down. Itís not even the moderate Democrats who occasionally toss a vote to the GOP if the candidate is good that let the GOP down.

No, The party let all of us down! The people we sent to reign in government spending did not. The people we sent to win the war on terror have not. The people we sent to Washington in hopes that we wouldnít have to watch another sex scandal let us down.

No itís not the voters or the citizens itís the politicians. I feel bad for the Democrats, because the odds that their selections will actually do what they are sent to do is very poor.

We have a few good conservative Democrats left here in the Midwest. We will be sending a few up to Washington. Remember once a person is elected he represents Republicans and Democrats. Itís up to the people to keep the pressure on.

I feel the middle of both parties lean conservative and we have to make sure the politicians hear us. Too often our votes are bought with empty lipservice to our issues. Itís time to make damn sure that once our politicians (man thatís a nasty word) get there they do what was promised.

Of course you can kiss your tax cut goodbye. It was a good one but it donít pay for all the other crap.

In the good old partisan spirit I present you this effing futile video to help offset Mastergate for all the good it does now.

F*cking assholes pissing away the majority we worked our asses off for. They deserve a size 14 voters boot up their hindquarters! No the voters have not changed, we still want what we wanted before. You let us down!

Oh and watch all the bloody action here at Election Projection.com

Posted by: Howie at 02:21 PM


1 All that power and what good did they do with it? Increased health costs, increased poverty rolls, increased uninsured, increased number of prisons, increased low wage wal-mart jobs, loss of any manufacturing investments, loss of high skill jobs, loss ofproductivity related pay increases,increased foreign held debt(China ownsour ass- how are we supposed to keep them from eclipsing us?) terror, terror, terror all the time, the list could go on and on, how do thinkingpeople defend this 'government'?

Posted by: tbone at October 09, 2006 03:31 PM

2 How do thinking people defend any government?

Posted by: Howie at October 09, 2006 03:35 PM

3 You're jumping the gun and giving far too much weight to polls. We'll see in November.

Personally, I don't think there will be any significant Democrat gain.

Posted by: rightwingprof at October 09, 2006 03:44 PM

4 Well I got over that can't happen stuff when GHWB lost. I ame walking into the polling place confident he would win. Everyone laughed, No Clinton wil win they said. I thought no way, No way GHWB will loose. Guess what. He lost. So I'm over my they can't win stuff by about 20 years.

Posted by: Howie at October 09, 2006 03:50 PM

5 Howie asks prophetically: "How do thinking people defend any government?"

(Orangutans in suits participating in a circle jerk)

Posted by: Greg at October 09, 2006 03:58 PM

6 The GOP is now nothing more than a bunch of limp-wristed sissies who
are only better than the lefturds in that they at least pretend to
serve America. The sooner our government falls and every bloodsucking
leech in it is dead, the better off we'll be, then we can exterminate
the lefturds and muslims too.

Posted by: Improbulus Maximus at October 09, 2006 05:51 PM

7 Be careful what you wish for my friends, as the Democrats(pbut) are now controlled by elements of the old Communist Party along with a bunch of nutters(clue Greg here) and islamists intent on destroying what is left of Western Civilization.

Posted by: jesusland joe at October 09, 2006 08:40 PM

8 "Democrats(pbut) are now controlled by elements of the old Communist Party"

JJ's drunk again.

Posted by: Greg at October 09, 2006 09:24 PM

9 It's going to be fun watching the Dems fight islamic terror. LOL.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at October 09, 2006 11:15 PM

10 I no longer have any confidence that this President will do what's right. If we don't prevent NK from becoming a full-fledged nuclear power then, quite frankly, we might as well hand over Iraq to the jihadis. It'll save time.

We've only got one card to play, and we need to toss it out on the table being totally clear about what we mean to do. We have a chat with the Chinese and tell them that if Kim isn't gone in six months we give the go ahead to reform the Nihon Kaigun. That'll get their attention.

The first pitch was high and outside (Woodward's Silliness) and the Rs swung and missed. The next pitch was low and inside (the Foley Affair), and again they swung and missed. That's two strikes, but this pitch is coming right over the plate (thankyou Kim Jung Il), and if they don't hit this one out of the park we'll know they don't deserve to be in control of congress.

Posted by: Demosophist at October 10, 2006 12:14 AM

11 Someone thinks the President has the power to destroy any nation deemed to be our enemy. Doesn't work that way. Blame the true sissies. The cry babies in government and academia.

Posted by: Greyrooster at October 10, 2006 04:38 AM

12 Greg came in, right on cue, he's as predictable as he is stupid. Oh, that hurt, Greg. By the way, how's your friend Lauro Chavez doing these days? Haven't heard you mention him lately. Any reason why?

Posted by: jesusland joe at October 10, 2006 09:36 AM

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