Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Massive Election Day Blow Out Predicted

Massive Election Day Blow Out Predicted
Posted under:General— @ 1:55 am


Massive Election Day Blow Out Predicted

by James Buchanan

The latest polls by Gallup and Rasmussen are not only predicting a substantial Republican victory; they’re predicting a massive election day blow out. There’s a significant difference between this election and the 1994 rebellion against the Democrats: People aren’t just blindly voting Republican against the Democrats. This time there is a populist movement called the “Tea Party” which has come to dominate a significant percentage of the elections. In fact, the Tea Party defeated two long-term Republican Senators, Arlen Specter and Bob Bennett. Bennett was crushed in his own primary finishing third with 27 percent of the vote. Arlen Specter actually fled the Republican Party and tried to run as a Democrat. Both of those Senators voted for the 2007 Amnesty Bill. Anyone who dismisses this election as “more of the same” or just another meaningless turnover is not paying attention.

A recent news article reports “Two national polls, Gallup and Rasmussen, have provided an indication of just how big the political tsunami scheduled to hit on Tuesday, Nov. 2, election day 2010, is. The indication is that the tsunami will be huge. How huge? Remember the scene from the film ‘Deep Impact,’ when the piece of the comet fell into the Atlantic Ocean, creating a wave that inundated the East Coast of the United States? That huge, except that it will wash over all of the United States and will take down many Democratic elected officials who hitherto had expected to be reelected easily until they retired or died in office. The Gallup Poll shows a party preference of 55 percent Republican and 40 percent Democrat in the generic ballot. That means, when asked, likely voters suggested that by a 15 percent margin, they would vote for a Republican over a Democrat. ‘It should be noted, however, that this year’s 15-point gap in favor of the Republican candidates among likely voters is unprecedented in Gallup polling and could result in the largest Republican margin in House voting in several generations…”

While it’s true the Republican Party isn’t good for much aside from lowering taxes, the Tea Party is running people who support the Constitution and who are a lot more serious about the illegal alien problem. Other interesting points are:

1).The Tea Party is successfully hijacking the Republican Party at the grass roots level. (This has obvious positive implications for any future pro-White candidates.)

2).The Tea Party candidates are doing well in the polls despite months of attacks and smears by the Jewish media. Almost every embarrassing thing the Jews could dig up on these candidates has been put on the news while other candidates like Barney Frank, who previously had a Gay partner running a brothel, get little to no criticism.

3).Many people are finally realizing that mainstream Republicans are little better than Democrats. A lot of hack Republicans were defeated in the primaries, where people need to focus their attention. This is extremely encouraging. Senators Arlen Specter and Bob Bennett both lost their primaries. John McCain nearly lost his primary. McCain had to spend $21 million and pretend to be Tom Tancredo to survive his primary challenge.

While we’re still a way off from getting openly pro-White candidates elected, we’re definitely moving in the right direction.

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