My title, or something close to it, will no doubt be chanted by many at the top of their lungs during September and October this year.
If today's polls are any indication and the R's learn to just shut their mouths and let D's shoot themselves in the foot, we should be lookin' at some real "CHANGE" in our legislative branch in January of next year. And I've been doin' some thinking about that...
There's almost no question republicans will pick up quite a few seats this election. There's even the possibility, however remote, that republicans could take control of the House of Representatives.
The Senate is a different story. Dems will remain in control there, although they'll no longer have a filibuster-proof majority. (The election of Scott Brown in MA did away with that anyway.)
I've been wondering for months now why the Obama administration would implement some of the things they have done that seem SO counterproductive to improving our economy...
More regulation of business.
Takeover of much of the insurance industry, 2/3rds of our auto producers, and control of health care.
In discussion with others I have asked the question-
"If this administration was systematically TRYING to destroy this country, could they do a better job?"
So look into your crystal ball and see if you see a different picture than me:
The November election passes and dems have their butts handed to them. Bozama still has much of his Socialist agenda to ram through, and knows he has November, December, and part of January to accomplish his goals. Lame Duck dems have nothing to lose...
How badly can they screw us?
Well, they can try to pass "Cap and Trade" and other laws that will send energy costs through the roof. They can also pass other "stimulus" bills to put our children and grandchildren further in debt.
What other radical legislation am I forgetting?
I'm frightened beyond words.
Law only applies to this administration if it furthers their agenda.
The end of the year may bring changes that make our country unrecognizable to freedom loving citizens.
UPDATED: On the subject-John Fund's thoughts.