Let me just reiterate. We’re gonna get into this in detail, by the way. I’m gonna share with you some of the comments that are out there. We’ll discuss all the different analysis about Obama and the replacement for Justice Scalia, but it’s really gonna come down to the Republicans, and they’re saying are the right things right now.
I’ve noticed McConnell said that president “should not” make an appointment during the final year. We’ve got Schumer and the Democrat Party hypocrisy where they have advocated exactly what the Republicans advocate for today, but they’re acting like nobody remembers them saying it and so forth. I’ll get into all of that. But McConnell did not say “would.” He said “should.” He did not say, “No way, not ever, no how is Obama gonna get a nominee.” He said he “shouldn’t.” There’s wiggle room there.
The Republican party have won yet another Senate Seat.
This is very interesting for a number of reasons, the Democrats wanted to win this seat, for a number of reasons mostly political so they might not have cared about the people of Louisiana as much as they should have cared.
She meant it when she said it, LOL that is really funny.
The people of Louisiana have spoken and unlike many pundits you may see or hear online, this one has actually lived in Lousisiana.
What you may not know is that people in this state work hard they have values that most people outside this state cannot understand.
One thing is clear, its time to take it to washington and find out who has the value to straighten out this mess so that our children can have the same opportunities we had when we grew up.
Most voters now think Republicans are likely to win control of Congress in this November’s elections and believe Americans will see a noticeable change in their lives because of it.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 54% of Likely U.S. Voters think it is at least somewhat likely that the GOP will win a majority in the Senate this November. That’s a 10-point increase from early January and includes 20% who say it is Very Likely. Twenty-nine percent (29%) consider a Republican takeover of the Senate to be unlikely, but that includes only five percent (5%) who say it is Not At All Likely. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
The thing is this can you trust rasmussenreports.com