Tuesday, November 02, 2010

Election Day 2010

Well, this is it. A day of changes across the U.S.A. What kind of changes? Should the Republicans sweep through the races, and I mean thoroughly - winning not here and there, but everywhere - the end of the Obama administration could be near.

A lot of people believe last week's terror scare was government-controlled. I don't. If anything, that scare serves to remind citizens how carefully the Republican administration executed counter-terrorist plans of action (regardless of where you think the true origins of 9/11 lie) nand led the country during a very scarey moment in time.

With Hillary Clinton away on foreign business (and in her position as Secretary of State) she is completely removed from Obama politics. Could she once again emerge as a viable presidential candidate in the next election for that office?

The President's achilles heel is health care ("Obamacare"), which is making it more difficult for struggling families and businesses during the current economic slump to be able to carry on and stay head-above-water.

This will be a long day for many, and for me. I'll be following many races and watching the democratic process in action until the wee hours of Wednesday morning. God Bless America!
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