Democratic Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu released a television commercial of her own on Monday portraying that she has kept her promise about American insureds’s keeping their health insurance.
It is patently obvious that House Republicans have taken leave of their senses. They have placed the nation in a dangerous economic posture over their refusal to fund “ObamaCare” which is a losing battle. Worse, they have allowed Democrats and the President to place them in a no-win situation by holding them accountable for any problems that may arise.
The fallout from the government shutdown debacle has been devastating to the Republican Party. Poll results show the party is viewed negatively by 70% of the American people. In addition, Congress has only a 5% approval rating, the lowest in history. While Democrats control the Senate and are also unpopular, the media has focused their blame for the shutdown on the Republican Party.
Are Republicans, who have for years have been under the thumbs of one of the most powerful persons in Washington DC now starting to rebel against him?
Before the election, if I had told you that 77 percent of voters had a negative attitude on the economy and that Mitt Romney would beat Barack Obama by 22 points among those voters, you'd think Romney would easily win the election.
The network of the Republican Party and the conservative movement suffered a major embarrassment on election night.
As in all elections whether for US President or for grammar school class president, a post-mortem invariably is always topped off with the “blame game” or whom caused the defeat?
I have got good news and bad news.
According to one Tea Party leader, the reason for Mitt Romney’s loss to President Barack Obama is that he was not conservative enough and was “weak-kneed” and a throwback to Bob Dole and John McCain. The President Bush’s were not named, however.
With US Election Day now only one full day away, based upon the numbers supplied by Ron Faucheux of Clarus, President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are tied in the popular vote, however, the President has slight leads over Governor Romney in some key battleground states—Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa. Romney does lead in delegate rich Florida. He also has a commanding lead in Indiana and Montana.