The 2014 Midterms are Crucial
This is the only way we can hold off Obama until 2016.
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Like the stupid AP story out there, that the “great recovery” hasn’t happened. Part and parcel of that story is, gee, Obama’s gotta be really disappointed ’cause he put these policies into play that were supposed to cause this great recovery by now, but Obama gets to run around and run against the poor recovery. Obama gets to run around and talk about the bad employment numbers, as though he’s got nothing to do with it, when in fact it is his architecture that has given us practically every negative economic circumstance in the country today.
Barack Obama owns it. It is happening because he wants it to happen. You think it’s an accident that 10 million people are on disability? You think it’s an accident that the labor force participation rate is the smallest in modern American history? And yet everybody unemployed is still eating and still has a TV set, still driving a car, still using their phone. You think it’s an accident? I’m telling you, the 2014 midterms are crucially important. That’s what they’re all focused on right now. Winning the House. If Obama and the Democrats win the House, then there’s no such thing as a lame duck for the last two years. And the presidential race 2016, it may even overshadow what’s going on because everybody’s gonna be looking forward and the presidential race is gonna be captivating everybody’s attention, exactly what Obama wants.
They’re gonna be able to implement whatever they want to do with no opposition whatsoever. Not even gonna have to do legislation, just sign an executive order and there won’t be anybody to stop it. There won’t be anybody in Congress to stop it. There won’t be anybody in federal judiciary to stop it. They’ll all rubber stamp whatever Obama wants to do. Won’t even need legislation for any of it, if they don’t want to go that route. And then at the same time they set up whatever Democrat gets the nomination in 2016, Chris Christie. Keep the Ball Rollin. Jay & the Techniques, 1967.