The 2010 Election Is Only The First Step

Conservatives everywhere are getting fired up for the 2010 election coming this November. Via Dick Morris:

Thanks to the leadership of President Obama, Speaker Pelosi and Majority Leader Reid, the Democratic Party is facing the biggest defeat in midterm elections in the past 110 years, perhaps surpassing the modern record of a 74-seat gain set in 1922. They will also lose control of the Senate.

Republicans are now leading in 54 Democratic House districts. In 19 more, the incumbent congressman is under 50 percent and his GOP challenger is within five points. That makes 73 seats where victory is within easy grasp for the Republican Party. The only reason the list is not longer is that there are 160 Democratic House districts that were considered so strongly blue that there is no recent polling available.

While this is great news, conservatives need to keep in mind two things. First, not one vote has been counted, so don’t get overconfident. There is still over a month to go. Every conservative needs to get out and vote.

Second, and most important, is the fact that the progressives / liberals have been working tirelessly since the turn of the last century advancing their liberal machinations. It will take many more elections (maybe decades) to return the federal government to its proper size and function.

The 2010 election is only the first step.

Comments
  • John Carey September 30, 2010 at 10:33 pm

    You are spot-on Steve. We can’t take anything for granted. I also agree that it is going to many elections to fix this mess. Beyond 2012. Great post.

    • steve October 1, 2010 at 1:53 pm

      Thanks! We conservatives have a long road ahead of us.

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