I mentioned this the other day, but it bears repeating, it was Obama himself who reminded us "what elections are for:"
"If we're unable to resolve differences over health care, we will need to move ahead on decisions," he said, alluding to using reconciliation, a controversial maneuver that prevents a GOP filibuster by requiring only 51 votes to pass legislation.Fuzislippers sums up my reaction to Obama's arrogance: "The role of government is not to do whatever the hell it pleases and THEN have voters weigh in during an election . . . after the damage is done. What the hell is that?" What the hell indeed. Months after the reckless Democrats had their day of wreckoning, voters will finally have their say. Still the elitists, who told us they knew better than we did, can't wrap their head around the the tidal wave headed their way:
Obama added that if voters are unhappy with results, then "that's what elections are for."
“It’s absurd. We’ve lost our minds,” Kerry said. “We’re in a period of know-nothingism in the country, where truth and science and facts don’t weigh in. It’s all short-order, lowest common denominator, cheap-seat politics.”Speak for yourself there Senator Lurch, we haven't lost our minds, nor are we stuck in Iraq due to our "know-nothingness." We're a bit less than "non-impressed" with your science and facts and cheap-seat politics. So while Kerry, Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi strut and fret their hour upon the stage, we the voters are working to make it the final hour. We know "what elections are for" and Tuesday is "The Final Act:"
Remember November: The Final Act from Republican Governors Association on Vimeo.