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Elections in Eight Words.

November 2, 2010


In 2008 when this country elected Barack Obama as our president, the long-term was not looked at. It was all about ‘take-back’ and ‘change’. What the left didn’t realize was the eight words I have printed above. The force that was put into the campaign in 2008 will unleash a backlash with a fervor that the right didn’t know how to utilize until the left showed them how.

Take a look at Obama and Senate Minority Leader John Boehner.

NPR’s Don Gonyea reports that Boehner has been telling Republicans “to keep up the pressure, right through Election Day.” In each of his speeches over the weekend, Don says, Boehner recalled “something President Obama told Republicans (last year) as they fought over health care” policy.

“He said, and I’ll quote, ‘that’s what elections are for’,” Boehner told the crowds. “Well, Mr. President, you’re right. That’s what elections are for. And on Tuesday, the American people, I think, are going to send a very loud message to Washington. A very loud message.”


Vote the way you believe. I know how I believe.

Do you?

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