Voter Malaise – IOTW Report

Voter Malaise

Jen Kuznicki—

The Republican pundits think all is looking good for a Republican majority in the Senate.  But looking good, feeling positive, without addressing the major issue that has defined the clash between the Republican approach to governing and the modern Democrat approach to governing is dangerous.  At the same time, it’s dangerous to address it half-heartedly.

Half-hearted promises are worth nothing, and people need real courage of conviction after six years of uncertainty involving every aspect of our lives.

The head of the RNC got into the act, and carefully said that the Republican legislators may or may not stop Obama’s executive amnesty.  As reassuring as the words, “While I can’t speak for the legislature, I’m very confident we will stop that,” can be, in reality, Priebus’ rally cry meant nothing.

Mark Levin pointed out that Mitch McConnell, a week before election, admitted he plans to do nothing to repeal Obamacare, and then McConnell’s spokesman assured us all that Mitch does in fact, “owe it to the American people to try,” even though he doesn’t believe it’ll go anywhere because it requires the President’s signature.

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9 Comments on Voter Malaise

  1. Mitch McConnell, a week before election, admitted he plans to do nothing to repeal Obamacare
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    This is why I’m not all excited for the repubs to assume leadership of both houses. Because Mitch is a Bitch.

  2. And yet so called conservatives in the party demand we vote for wishy-washy RINO candidates or else THE APOCALYPSE. What a great way for the status quo to stay the status quo.

  3. I still think it’s important for the right to control congress. Obama still is a fuckin commie pinko. And he ain’t done.

  4. The RINOs we tolerate at the head of ‘our’ party are going to blow it and/or give it away because they’re cowards and/or corrupt.

    Job #2, after giving the boot to democRAT control of Congress: giving the boot to the RINOs who control the GOP. It just might require destroying it and replacing it with the Tea Party. But no problem: remember, before the GOP coming into being in the 1860’s, there was the Whig Party it replaced.

  5. …McConnell’s spokesman assured us all that Mitch does in fact, “owe it to the American people to try,” even though he doesn’t believe it’ll go anywhere because it requires the President’s signature.

    Then you DEFUND it, you piece of schmutz.

  6. Dems swept to majorities in 2006 after GOP held majority in House & Senate for nearly 6 years along with a GOP president. Why? It wasn’t because voters decided that Dems were better – in fact the nation has continued to move slowly to the right. It was because the GOP failed to do any good, instead increasing the role of government, and people just voted against the status quo.

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