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Day of Reckoning

November 1, 2010

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been waiting for this day for almost two years.

There is a lot of good news out there: AFSCME and the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee taking out loans to fuel their attack ads; Barney Frank loaning himself $200,000. Even with their own money they don’t know when to stop spending, why should we expect they can do any better with ours?

I predict this will come out better than any are predicting. We don’t want to jinx it by being overly optimistic and the media want to lower our expectations in order to suppress the vote.

Don’t let them!

We need to win big to overcome the cheating we’ve already heard about. It’s not new but what is new is that we are vigilant and are learning about it now instead of two months from now. They will be exposed for the cheaters they are, just as their negative campaigning has shown them as liars and devoid of their own ideas. Now is not the time to slow down but rather to pile it on. It is the time to leave no doubt as to where the American people stand.

In Colorado, Ken Buck said it well:

I was in the audience at the debate in Colorado Springs when he said that and that’s me (among others) at the end of the video who stood up and rocked the auditorium when he finished.

But perhaps the best statement is from Marco Rubio:

Vote tomorrow. I voted early so I’m going to be a poll watcher. Wednesday we wake up in an America ready to be restored, with these two guys as senate colleagues.

One Comment
  1. November 1, 2010 11:47 pm

    I can’t wait. The Dems are already spinning more that Julia Roberts in Charlotte’s Web (though not as beautifully). I enjoy seeing them so upset.

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