Senate Democrats Facing A Disaster Come November

 

Harry Reid 2 SC Senate Democrats facing a disaster Come November

Remembering the old saying, “Don’t count your chickens before they’re hatched”? It looks like the obstreperous, recalcitrant death grip over the U.S. Senate will soon be coming to an end. This time, we own you Harry. The Republicans have submitted a budget that you will never allow the Senate to vote on.  In doing so, you will hearing the words “Check Mate,” as your game of sociological chess is over.

The time-worn tactics of the left scaring the elderly will not work this time.  Call it the DNC’s version of March Madness. Paul Ryan is articulate; expect a major media blitz showing that the “evil Republicans,” countering DNC lies, have no plan to strip those on Medicare or Social Security. Instead, they are putting reasonable ideas in play to make both programs sustainable as well as optional for younger people who realize that Social Security is nothing more than a “Ponzi Scheme” (and would be better named “Social Insecurity.”)  It’s not going to work this time, folks, with the possible exception of your ever shrinking base.  Think about it.

The Republican budget is spearheaded by Paul Ryan.

For the Democrats, the release of the House GOP budget is like Christmas in March. At least for the moment, that’s their story.  Look for the DNC and many in the House and Senate to receive nothing but coal in their stocking as the prepare to leave Washington on January 20, 2013.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

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