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    Re: Operation American Spring to hit DC...

    Well, at least this was funny.
    Envidia te mata !!!

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    Re: Operation American Spring to hit DC...

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    While I fully understand and appreciate their concern, they are 20 years too late. All they are doing is landing themselves on FBI and IRS watch lists. The fall of the country is inevitable, too many stupid people voted for too many stupid people.
    I understand that Rolling Thunder came under scrutiny around the same time as the Tea Party by the Obama's IRS. They wanted to take away their 501-c4 status.

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    Re: Operation American Spring to hit DC...

    Quote Originally Posted by Unitedwestand13 View Post
    d.y.w.b.
    leftist gibberish.

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    Re: Operation American Spring to hit DC...

    Quote Originally Posted by APACHERAT View Post
    I understand that Rolling Thunder came under scrutiny around the same time as the Tea Party by the Obama's IRS. They wanted to take away their 501-c4 status.
    The obama administration is also treating vets poorly.

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/genera...ing-obama.html

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    Re: Operation American Spring to hit DC...

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    The obama administration is also treating vets poorly.

    http://www.debatepolitics.com/genera...ing-obama.html
    Obama like many progressives only care about vets every four years.

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    Re: Operation American Spring to hit DC...

    Quote Originally Posted by APACHERAT View Post
    Obama like many progressives only care about vets every four years.
    Thats a good way to put it.

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    Re: Operation American Spring to hit DC...

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Classic leftist tactics. Intended to make this appear as a failure. Of course, people like you have said the same about the TEA Party before, and it cost you the 2010 election. Perhaps you guys are slow learners. Heres the news-its going to be even worse for you this november. Get a pen. Write it down. Its happening.
    Speaking of slow learners, some CONs use the same worn out old excuses for failure.... covering them over like a cat in the litter box....

    To point, the 2012 elections... IF the CON wave to sweep the leftists out was in full swing by the noble TPs.... ummmm why does the White House still have Obama in it and why did the TP darling, DeMint failed MISERABLY (lost seats) at gaining the Senate for the GOP??? (So arrogantly was Demint predicting the take-over, and he refused to endorse Willard for President so he could concentrate on winning back the Senate, that when he failed he tucked tail and fled to a CON think tank)

    Even in the House the GOP lost seats, 8, I do believe, so maybe you should use a pencil...

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    Re: Operation American Spring to hit DC...

    Quote Originally Posted by JRSaindo View Post
    Operation American Spring to hit D.C. to oust Obama, Biden, Boehner, Holder - Washington Times

    People are getting pissed out there. Going after BOTH sides of the aisle, as they should.

    More info on OAS here.
    Here are a couple of Gallup polls along the lines you are speaking of"

    Many Americans View Congressional Leaders Negatively

    Ahead of Midterms, Anti-Incumbent Sentiment Strong in U.S.

    Three in 10 Voters Say They Will Vote to Oppose Obama
    This Reform Party member thinks it is high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first and their political party further down the line. But for way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.

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    Re: Operation American Spring to hit DC...

    Quote Originally Posted by notquiteright View Post
    Speaking of slow learners, some CONs use the same worn out old excuses for failure.... covering them over like a cat in the litter box....

    To point, the 2012 elections... IF the CON wave to sweep the leftists out was in full swing by the noble TPs.... ummmm why does the White House still have Obama in it and why did the TP darling, DeMint failed MISERABLY (lost seats) at gaining the Senate for the GOP??? (So arrogantly was Demint predicting the take-over, and he refused to endorse Willard for President so he could concentrate on winning back the Senate, that when he failed he tucked tail and fled to a CON think tank)

    Even in the House the GOP lost seats, 8, I do believe, so maybe you should use a pencil...
    Most prognosticators would say it is too close to call. here is a list of what they are saying. Still a very long time to go.

    Professional Prognosticators Senate predictions as of 16 May 2014. Current senate consists of 55 Democratic held seats 45 Republican held seats.
    Charlie Cook 47 Democratic 46 Republican: Tossups (6 Democratic held seats) Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, Michigan, and North Carolina. (2 Republican held seats) Georgia and Kentucky (Democrat to Republican West Virginia, Montana, South Dakota) (No Republican to Democratic seats)

    For the Republicans to take control of the senate according to Cook, they must retain Georgia and Kentucky and win 3 of the 6 Democratic held seats he lists as tossups.


    EP 50 Democratic 50 Republican: No toss ups (Democrat to Republican Louisiana, West Virginia, South Dakota, Montana, North Carolina) (No Republican to Democratic seats)

    EP states the Democrats retain control of the senate by the slimmest of margins with VP Biden casting the deciding votes.


    Nate Silver 538, 49 Republican 48 Democratic: Tossups (3 Democratic held seats Alaska, Louisiana, and North Carolina. (Democrat to Republican Arkansas, Montana, South Dakota, West Virginia). (No Republican to Democratic seats.)

    Nate says the Republican’s must win 2 of the three seats he lists as tossups. Nate and Cook are basically saying the same thing.

    RCP 50 Democrat 50 Republican (Democrat to Republican, Alaska, Louisiana, Montana, South Dakota, West Virginia) (No Republican to Democratic seats.)

    RCP no toss up predicts the Democrats remain in control of the senate by the slimmest of margins, a tie with VP Biden casting the deciding votes.

    Rothenberg 49 Democrat 49 Republican: Tossup (2 Democratic held seats) Louisiana and North Carolina (Democrat to Republican, West Virginia, South Dakota, Montana, Arkansas) (No Republican to Democrat seats)

    For Stuart Rothenberg the Republicans can gain the senate by winning the two tossup Democratic held states of Louisiana and North Carolina. The Democrats will remain in control if they just win one of the two tossups.

    Sabato 48 Democrat 48 Republican: 3 Tossups (4 Democratic Held seats) Alaska, Arkansas, North Carolina, Louisiana (Democratic to Republican, West Virginia, South Dakota, Montana) (No Republican to Democratic seats)

    It comes down for the Republicans to win 3 of the 4 tossup seats if they are to gain control of the senate per Larry Sabato.

    House of Representatives: Currently 234 Republican 201 Democrat. 218 seats needed for a majority.

    Cook: Republicans 231, Democrat 190 Tossups 3 Republican held seats, 11 Democratic held seats
    EP: Republicans 232, Democrat 203 no Tossups Democrats gain 2 seats
    Silver: No House predictions as of yet.
    RCP: Republicans 231, Democrat 188 Tossups 3 Republican held seats, 13 Democratic held seats
    Rothenberg: Republicans 227, Democrat 192 Tossups 7 Republican held seats, 9 Democratic held seats
    Sabato: Republican 230, Democrat 195 10 Tossups 4 Republican held seats, 6 Democratic held seats.

    If you look at these numbers, the Republicans will probably gain 2-5 seats.
    This Reform Party member thinks it is high past time that we start electing Americans to congress and the presidency who put America first and their political party further down the line. But for way too long we have been electing Republicans and Democrats who happen to be Americans instead of Americans who happen to be Republicans and Democrats.

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    Re: Operation American Spring to hit DC...

    Quote Originally Posted by Perotista View Post
    Most prognosticators would say it is too close to call. here is a list of what they are saying. Still a very long time to go.

    Professional Prognosticators Senate predictions as of 16 May 2014. Current senate consists of 55 Democratic held seats 45 Republican held seats.
    Charlie Cook 47 Democratic 46 Republican: Tossups (6 Democratic held seats) Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana, Michigan, and North Carolina. (2 Republican held seats) Georgia and Kentucky (Democrat to Republican West Virginia, Montana, South Dakota) (No Republican to Democratic seats)

    For the Republicans to take control of the senate according to Cook, they must retain Georgia and Kentucky and win 3 of the 6 Democratic held seats he lists as tossups.


    EP 50 Democratic 50 Republican: No toss ups (Democrat to Republican Louisiana, West Virginia, South Dakota, Montana, North Carolina) (No Republican to Democratic seats)

    EP states the Democrats retain control of the senate by the slimmest of margins with VP Biden casting the deciding votes.


    Nate Silver 538, 49 Republican 48 Democratic: Tossups (3 Democratic held seats Alaska, Louisiana, and North Carolina. (Democrat to Republican Arkansas, Montana, South Dakota, West Virginia). (No Republican to Democratic seats.)

    Nate says the Republican’s must win 2 of the three seats he lists as tossups. Nate and Cook are basically saying the same thing.

    RCP 50 Democrat 50 Republican (Democrat to Republican, Alaska, Louisiana, Montana, South Dakota, West Virginia) (No Republican to Democratic seats.)

    RCP no toss up predicts the Democrats remain in control of the senate by the slimmest of margins, a tie with VP Biden casting the deciding votes.

    Rothenberg 49 Democrat 49 Republican: Tossup (2 Democratic held seats) Louisiana and North Carolina (Democrat to Republican, West Virginia, South Dakota, Montana, Arkansas) (No Republican to Democrat seats)

    For Stuart Rothenberg the Republicans can gain the senate by winning the two tossup Democratic held states of Louisiana and North Carolina. The Democrats will remain in control if they just win one of the two tossups.

    Sabato 48 Democrat 48 Republican: 3 Tossups (4 Democratic Held seats) Alaska, Arkansas, North Carolina, Louisiana (Democratic to Republican, West Virginia, South Dakota, Montana) (No Republican to Democratic seats)

    It comes down for the Republicans to win 3 of the 4 tossup seats if they are to gain control of the senate per Larry Sabato.

    House of Representatives: Currently 234 Republican 201 Democrat. 218 seats needed for a majority.

    Cook: Republicans 231, Democrat 190 Tossups 3 Republican held seats, 11 Democratic held seats
    EP: Republicans 232, Democrat 203 no Tossups Democrats gain 2 seats
    Silver: No House predictions as of yet.
    RCP: Republicans 231, Democrat 188 Tossups 3 Republican held seats, 13 Democratic held seats
    Rothenberg: Republicans 227, Democrat 192 Tossups 7 Republican held seats, 9 Democratic held seats
    Sabato: Republican 230, Democrat 195 10 Tossups 4 Republican held seats, 6 Democratic held seats.

    If you look at these numbers, the Republicans will probably gain 2-5 seats.
    Greetings, Pero.

    There is over two years yet to go, but aren't the odds diminishing a tiny bit for the Dems to keep control of the Senate, or am I not remembering the past several months correctly? It seems like the race is getting closer on the toss-ups, but maybe I'm wrong, and you do keep track. NC is the one I'm most interested in, since I have relatives there.

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