Thursday, November 12, 2009

Go Ahead. Make Our Day. "Nationalize" the 2010s

Obama and his Trotskyite Brain Trust want to 'nationalize' the 2010 elections.


For the first time, Republican Rob Portman is inching ahead of the two Democrats in the 2010 race for Ohio’s U.S. Senate seat, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. Also for the first time, Ohio voters disapprove 50 – 45 percent of the job President Barack Obama is doing, down from his 53 – 42 percent approval September 16 and 49 – 44 percent approval July 7.


Ace also mentions that Dodd is dead, dead, dead in CT.

That leaves Bawney Fwank to front for the Banks and GSE's.

There is a God!

1 comment:

Jesse said...

As a Democrat and former Nutmegger (yes, that is what we are called in Connecticut, the Nutmeg State) I'd be happy with Simmons as Senator. When he was a Congress Critter he was excellent at meeting with the people and listening. He wasn't afraid to come home from DC and also wasn't afraid to leave his district to talk to folks. I rarely had as many opportunities to see Dodd or Lieberman as I did Simmons. In fact, I'm not really sure those two ever come home from DC.

One thing I love about Simmons his he acknowledges what he calls "The clogging arteries of New England." He supports expanding rail throughout the region because if we don't have a better rail system within the next 10 years New England will have a transportation heart attack. He was against Bush defunding Amtrak.

Simmons is also stronger on the environment than most Republicans. He voted against logging on federal lands and is a major advocate of protecting endangered species.

Additionally, he supports embryonic stem cell research, is no on partial birth abortions, and no on forbidding human cloning for medical research. NARAL gives him a 100 percent pro-choice voting record. He also voted against the so-called "Defense of Marriage Act."

Honestly, little concerns me about Simmons being the Senator from Connecticut with the exception of his support of telephone company monopolies on the Internet and his opposition of "network neutrality."