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The Future’s So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2012/05/17


The 36-year Indiana US Senator who hasn’t lived in Indiana in 36 years lost to a Conservative grass-roots supported challenger.
The Establishment candidate in the Cornhusker State lost to a TEA Party supported challenger.
Orrin Hatch, the lifetime member of the US Senate out of Utah, could not garner enough Establishment support in the Caucus to defeat his grass-roots Conservative opponent and must now face that opponent in a grass-roots Primary.
After spending tens of millions of dollars per year for each of 2010, 2011, 2012, the Democrat-loved Socialist Union thug campaign up in Wisconsin is headed for another resouding defeat, wiping out multiple tens of millions of dollars they could have had available to fight in other, more winnable, places.
Ted Cruz is looking like he’ll defeat his Establishment opponent (who’s busily lying about Ted Cruz’s record).

The US Senate will, without doubt, be far more Republican than it now is.
The Republican wing of the US Senate will, without doubt, be far more Conservative than it now is.
The Republican wing of the US House will, without doubt, be more Conservative than it now is.

Democrats and Ruling Class Republicans alike (sorry for that redundancy, folks) will be crying in their beers (and forsaking their Ted Kennedy waitress sandwiches) come the day after the November elections.

But for the US overall, The Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades.

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