Voters rejected the Democrats and their policies

Earth to Harry Reid the voters didn’t vote for Compromise

By Jim Campbell—— Bio and Archives--November 7, 2010

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Harry Reid saw the elections as the voters wanting Compromise. Has he completely lost his mind or for the sake of being kind shall his remarks be attributed to never ending spin?


All the kings horses and all the kings men couldn’t put Harry’s group back together again. Will God help him? It’s doubtful.

After a crushing defeat and complete rebuke at the polls on November 2nd, Harry Reid amazingly is making the rounds saying it was a signal that that it’s time to compromise.

But what about your boss’s statement and the attitude shown toward Republicans, “I won?

Not since the elections of 1946-48 has a political party been so soundly eviscerated.

Senate Majority Leader Reid could not be any more in touch with the sentiment of the voters who decimated his party than he was during the town hall meetings when he and Democrats refused to listen to the voices of “We The People”

In fact, they were called un-American for expressing their opinions.

So let’s clear a few things up for you Harry:

  • The voters rejected the massive intrusion into their lives and increased costs of the health care law you passed using back room deal, and bribes.
  • The Voters rejected Cap and Trade
  • They also rejected, the take over of banks, brokerage houses, and auto companies along with the above-mentioned hijacking of their health care system, representing 17%  of the U.S. G.D.P.
  • Plain and simple, the American voter rejected the model of Hugo Chavez who is nationalizing every thing he possibly can.
  • No Harry, the American voter rejects socialism, liberalism, progressivism, collectivism or what ever you are calling yourselves now.
  • Let’s not lose sight of the main cause of our housing meltdown and subsequent economic crash.  While the talking points were all about greedy Wall Street Bankers,” your party tried to hide from its duplicity in the Fanny Mae and Freddie Mac scandal.

Of course your party was told that both agencies were at or near insolvency back in 2003 during investigations under George W.  Bush.  The result, the Democrats lied, and thousands upon thousands of people lost their homes and life savings.

Of course you remember good ole Barney from the House floor assuring members of Congress that there could not be a housing bubble, right Harry?

  • Harry, the voter just wasn’t buying what you and your ethically challenged members of the House, yes, all twelve of them, were selling.
  • In closing, Harry, wake up and smell the coffee,  there will be no compromise. The 2012 elections can’t come soon enough for the voters you failed.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C.

Jim Campbell runs Charging Elephants.


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