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Monday, November 3, 2008

Tuesday is D-day

Or maybe I should say it's "V-day" but regardless, tomorrow is a big day. It's a day that will determine the course of this nation not just for the next four years, but for decades to come. I have come to realize that liberals really are clueless. They are backing a man who has socialist tendencies and ideas, and they believe that is change that is good for America.

It's not, but no matter because Obama isn't going to win.

I have been saying that for months. I believe it. Marcie's a bit more skittish on that than I am, but that's irrelevant. (She's younger than I am folks, and she hasn't watched politics as long as I have. I understand her concern, but it's not pessimism. It's worry.) There's no need for worry, mind you. I feel that when this nation heads to the polls tomorrow, and they're faced with the choice before them -- McCain or Obama -- they're going to make the right decision, and John McCain will be sworn into office in January.

And the Left's heads will explode. They think they've got this one in the bag. They think it's all over save the celebration. Well, they're wrong.

There is no way that this nation will vote for a man who believes that raising taxes in a shaky economy is a wise move. They're not going to vote for a man who has said he will bankrupt the coal industry, and that he will watch as our energy prices skyrocket. They're not going to vote for a man who thinks it's a good idea to sit down with the thuggish leaders around the globe without preconditions. They're not going to vote for a man who will withdraw our troops from Iraq -- soldiers that are on the verge of victory and success -- just to satisfy the MINORITY of voters. (Clue to the Left -- We're a representative republic. That means the majority rules. So take your minority butts to the corner and shut up already. We're sick of catering to you because you scream the loudest.)

I'm sure you're asking yourselves right now what we're going to see on Election night. "Thomas, you're so smart, what will the totals be?"

I'm glad you asked.

At the end of the night tomorrow we're either going to see the landslide I saw months ago -- McCain 306 / Obama 232 -- or we're going to see the projection that I saw this weekend -- McCain 276 / Obama 262. Why did I tighten it? Because the swing over the weekend with independents forced me to. Months ago I was thinking of older adults who lived in a different time in this country. That's not to say they're racist; that is acknowledging the views they still have. (And for the Left, don't even think to accuse them of racism. Obama used the exact same excuse to spin away Jeremiah Wright's rhetoric in his infamous speech on race.) Despite my optimism that McCain will win, it will be closer than I initially believed. Plus, you have to figure in the voter fraud that'll be going on, or has gone on thus far. You can thank Obama's good friends at ACORN for this. (And if I became president, I'd have ACORN investigated, it's national leaders arrested on fraud charges, and I'd bust up the entire racket.)

"OK Thomas, enough of the rant. What else do you see?" I see the congressional races not going the Democrats way. That is, they're not going to get the overwhelming majorities they thought they'd see. I mean seriously, folks. Why are they hyping up a landslide when they're sitting at 12% approval? No one likes Congress much right now. The Democrats have given us NOTHING since they took control of the House and Senate in 2006. In the 2006 midterms the Democrats lied to the nation to be swept into power. They rode in on a wave of scandals that plagued the GOP, and they promised their nutroots supporters that they'd get our troops out of Iraq, and they'd make Bush a lame duck.

They accomplished neither.

In the House, we're going to close the gap. Let's face facts, folks, we're not going to take back either House of Congress this year. But the gap will be closed in the House. (I also see the Democrat caucus in the House taking the gavel away from Nancy Pelosi. Her feckless leadership has not helped them at all.) In the Senate, we're at a severe disadvantage. We have more up for reelection this year than the Democrats, so the election was not something we were looking forward to. After looking at the polls this weekend I see us losing no more than 5 or 6 seats. We'll go from 49 seats to 44 or 43 seats. The Democrats won't get their filibuster-proof majority.

A couple of closing thoughts. First, I hope I'm right. I really do hope I'm right. If not, there's going to be a lot of people wanting me tarred and feathered for getting their hopes up. (I wasn't always such an optimist.) Second, when McCain does win, we hope that Obama's supporters lose with dignity. We've read the rumors of riots, and that several cities are preparing for riots. If you're an Obama supporter, and you're reading our site, PLEASE don't be sore losers. Accept the fact you lost fair and square, and get ready to put your best guy up in 2012. And if Obama does win, we will have our work cut out for us. We can't let him enact his radical agenda of change. So don't go "John Galt" on us, and head for the hills. With an Obama win we'll have to dig in and hold the line of sanity. But don't worry, because Obama isn't going to win.

Make sure you vote tomorrow. Make sure you get your friends and family to the polls so they can vote if they haven't already. This election is the most important one of the new century because it will determine the course of this nation for decades to come. There is simply too much at stake -- from the economy, to our foreign policy, and to who will be sitting on the federal courts.

John McCain, Sarah Palin, we're right there with you. We're behind you. And we hope to God the two of you win.

Publius II

1 Comments:

Blogger knowitall said...

The liberal illuminati have gained control, and it was D-Day all right, Dooms-Day.

November 17, 2008 at 6:08 PM  

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