Friday, September 24, 2010

The Democrat's Clown Congress

Stephen Colbert is a fucking clown.

Bringing in a clown to testify on the highly charged issue of illegal immigration is the Democrat's way of expressing contempt for those Americans that want our immigration laws enforced.

See: Colbert tells Congress farm work 'really hard'

WASHINGTON – Taking his blowhard comedy act to Congress, Stephen Colbert told lawmakers that a day picking beans alongside illegal immigrants convinced him that farm work is "really, really hard."

"It turns out — and I did not know this — most soil is at ground level," Colbert testified Friday. Also, "It was hotter than I like to be."

Nancy Pelosi thought that bringing in a clown to testify before congress was not only appropriate, "It was great."

See: Colbert Offers Comedy Shtick in Farm Workers Testimony, Fails to Amuse Lawmakers

"Of course I think it's appropriate," she said. "He's an American. He can bring attention to an important issue. I think it's great."

Fuck you Nancy.

Fuck you Democrats.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Is Feingold Going To Lose It?

See: Rasmussen: Feingold now trailing by 7 in Wisconsin

After winning his primary to gain the Republican nomination to challenge Senator Russ Feingold, businessman and newcomer Ron Johnson also got a bump in the polls. The latest Rasmussen survey puts him ahead of the incumbent by seven, 51/44. But as with all surveys conducted in the immediate aftermath of a primary, some caution should be taken:

Go to HotAir to read the rest. Check out the link to the Rasmussen survey.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Polls Forecast A Grim November For Democrats

See: Generic Congressional Ballot - Rasmussen Reports (Monday, September 06, 2010)

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 48% of Likely Voters would vote for their district's Republican congressional candidate, while 36% would opt for his or her Democratic opponent. The survey data was collected on the seven days ending Sunday, September 5, 2010.

This matches the largest advantage ever measured for the Republicans. Three weeks ago, the GOP also held a 12-point lead.

Still, while the margin has varied somewhat from week-to-week, Republicans have been consistently ahead in the Generic Ballot for over a year. During 2010, the GOP edge has never fallen below five points. When Barack Obama first took office as president of the United States, the Democrats enjoyed a seven-point lead on the Generic Ballot.

Those are some pretty grim numbers for the Democrats. This November is looking like it will be a bloodbath at the ballot box.

Two years ago, the Democrats had won everything. Now, as the chill of the approaching autumn can be felt in the evening air, the Democrats find themselves about to lose the House, with the Senate now in play.

Even Senator Patty Murray (D), in the solidly blue state of Washington, is falling behind her challenger, Dino Rossi (R). (Rossi 48%, Murray 46%)

The Democrats now find themselves having to fight hard for Seats like Murray's that they used to take for granted.