Anyone who has been following politics for the last few decades knows that, at the federal level anyway, there is little difference between Dimocrat and Republican politicians. Nonetheless, at other levels, this election WILL matter. The 2008 election sent Barack Obama to the White House. This event was supposed to unite the country and have us all living happily ever after.
Instead, we are the most polarized we have ever been as a nation since the Civil War.
The Dimocrats have supposedly been supporting the weak of society, but they actually support the selfish of society. Republicans tend to support the more selfless of society, as evidenced by their constituent's level of self sufficiency and level of charitable giving.
The Dimocrat losers of society have been able to suck off the tit of the producers of society because our economy has been doing pretty well until a few years ago when the real estate bubble popped. There has been a supposed economic recovery, but the stock market is artificially inflated and the underlying economic stats still indicate we are in deep trouble.
This is why the Dimocrats are sweating like Barney Frank in a gay bath house sauna full of young naked men. They've had the Reagan, Bush 41, Clinton Dot Com bubble, and most of Bush 43's economy to allow them to reap enough taxes to support society's puppy eyed losers. The money has finally run out. Black unemployment is now twice that of white unemployment and state agencies across the country are cutting welfare benefits. I see the reality of this every day at work.
Core Dimocrat voting blocs are abandoning ship. While blacks probably won't be voting Republican, they will probably not vote at all in the upcoming election. The economic situation is such that many women have taken one up the butt and they are finally figuring out that a good economy means more jobs and public welfare benefits for them since more tax money is available.
The federal government will collect an estimated 3 trillion dollars in tax revenue in 2014 and pay out about 430 billion dollars in interest payments on the national debt. We now have 17 trillion dollars in current debt (interestingly, this is roughly the amount held by Americans in their 401k's) and another 200-300 trillion dollars in long term debt.
Basically, even low information voters are starting to get a clue. Obamacare is forcing businesses to cut employee hours to avoid the cost of the insurance mandates and many companies are going under as well.
Dimocrat operatives are rightfully peeing their pants at what should be an upcoming slaughter at the ballot box this year. However, they are pulling out all the stops to maintain a victory.
Voter fraud has already started and been detected:
“A person wearing a Citizens for a Better Arizona T-shirt dropped a large box of hundreds of early ballots on the table and started stuffing the ballot box as I watched in amazement,” said A.J. LaFaro, chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Party."
"Early Voting in Illinois got off to its typical start Monday, as votes being cast for Republican candidates were transformed into votes for Democrats.
Republican state representative candidate Jim Moynihan went to vote Monday at the Schaumburg Public Library.
“I tried to cast a vote for myself and instead it cast the vote for my opponent,” Moynihan said. “You could imagine my surprise as the same thing happened with a number of races when I tried to vote for a Republican and the machine registered a vote for a Democrat.”"
In Ohio, some of the Dimocrat political ads are just horrible mounds of BS.:
"CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Democrat David Pepper this week unveiled one of the season's nastiest campaign ads, and his target is his election opponent, Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine .
"Here's how corruption works in Ohio," the narrator begins, in an ad that is loaded with innuendo surrounding campaign contributions DeWine has received and his campaign repaying DeWine for a personal loan.
In one clip, the narrator states that DeWine was "caught" accepting millions of dollars in campaign contributions from state contractors. In another clip, the narrator states that campaign money is going into DeWine's "pocket."
Lost in all the loaded language is that the contributions DeWine's campaign received and the loan repayments he got from his campaign are legal and common practice."
Grab a lawn chair and some beer and let's see what happens in November.