If Barack Hussein Obama’s decides to wage a war against the American people of all walks of life who share Tea?Monday, January 14th, 2008
Party demands for a constitutional limited government, balanced Federal Government budget, simplified tax system, audits of Federal agencies as well as reduced taxes and earmarks, will his ratings sink even faster than the current pace to the inevitable 12%?
WASHINGTON — President Obama’s political advisers, looking for ways to help Democrats and alter the course of the midterm elections in the final weeks, are considering a national advertising campaign that would cast the Republican Party as all but taken over by Tea Party extremists, people involved in the discussion said.
But Democrats are divided. The party’s House and Senate campaign committees are resistant, not wanting to do anything that smacks of nationalizing the midterm elections when high unemployment and the drop in Mr. Obama’s popularity have made the climate so hostile to Democrats. Endangered Congressional candidates want any available money to go to their localized campaigns.
The "parties" are over.
The People may or may not win.
But the status quo has seen its days.