December 3, 2014 at 2:54 pm #3989HerbSpectator
And it couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of God-hating, abortion-backing socialists. At the same time, voters now see through the Democrat party’s out of touch agenda and even more abysmal results.
“Even though midterm elections favor Republicans, the 2014 results show middle- and working-class dissatisfaction with the Democratic Party rising to dangerous levels, which threatens the party’s growing demographic advantages.
Perhaps most notably, Republican House candidates in 2014 won 37 percent of the Hispanic vote, their highest percentage since Republicans rejected immigration reform in 2005, and a slight majority, 51-49, of Asian-American voters, who had been moving decisively in the Democrats’ favor. Asian-Americans and Hispanics are crucial to future Democratic presidential victories.
In combination with the growing Republican allegiance of whites, these trends raise the possibility that the Democratic plan for victory by demographics could implode, which would make the case for a full scale re-evaluation of its strategies and policies glaringly obvious.”December 3, 2014 at 3:06 pm #3991
I notice that there’s no mention of the miniscule overall percentage of voters that took part in this election. Your “victory” was a plurality, not a majority. Keep that in mind when many more voters participate, and kick the GOP out on its ear in 2016.December 3, 2014 at 3:18 pm #3992AmusParticipant
No day would be complete without a dose of Christain based hatred from Herb.December 4, 2014 at 7:57 am #4012AmusParticipant
A little something for Herb to consider.
From the MLK Memorial.
Washington DCDecember 5, 2014 at 2:32 pm #4110HerbSpectator
First Schumer, now Harkin.
Some in the Democrat party finally get it. Meanwhile, Democrat bootlickers rail about such dissension…and Barrycare still remains abysmally unpopular:
“Before he’s replaced by Republican Senator-elect Joni Ernst next month, Obamacare co-author Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA) is expressing regret over passing Obamacare.
“We blew it,” said Harkin. “What we did is we muddled through and we got a system that is complex, convoluted, needs probably some corrections and still rewards the insurance companies extensively.”
Harkin added, “I look back and say we should have either done it the correct way or not done anything at all.”December 5, 2014 at 3:12 pm #4113
Methinks thou be filled to the brim with excretory remains of the fatted bull. People who have coverage under the ACA are extremely pleased:
“…a new study from Healthline shows that about 25 percent of Americans still have a poor understanding of the law. When it comes to health insurance, it pays to be in the know. For those who already have an insurance plan because of the ACA, nearly 84 percent said they are satisfied with it.”
And notice what Harkin said…He wanted the ACA done “the correct way,” which would have been single-payer. Is that what YOU support, Herb?December 7, 2014 at 8:36 am #4212
More proof that you’re not telling the whole story on the ACA, Herb:
4 New Studies Show Obamacare Is Working Incredibly Well
1. Increasing access to the uninsured.
2. Reducing overall health-care costs.
3. Hospital errors.
4. Insurance competition.
Read it and weep, Hater.
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