No We Can’t Keep The House

Nope.  The Democrats lost the House.  The political call of “Yes we can” in 2008, became “No we can’t” in 2010.

House now Republican majority with 50 plus seat gain.

Senate remains Democrat majority with some Republican gains.

Governors see Republican gains.

A clear indication America wants to see elected officials work bipartisan, for the benefit of all.  The era of partisanship for the few should be over.  Otherwise, the price will be paid at the polls the next time.


“Obama.  No we can’t.”
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2 responses to “No We Can’t Keep The House

  1. Gridlock! It’s a beautiful thing!
    Now we need to work on identifying CENTRIST candidates for 2012!

  2. Yup, PMM, gridlock forces compromise.

    Now on to finding people who want to work!