>Ok, so the Democrats have taken over the majority in the House, and it looks like they will probably do the same in the Senate (or we will have another cooperation term like six years ago with co-chairmanships).
Here’s why this is a good thing. Yes, you heard me, a good thing. If the Democrats are in power in the legislative branch, (especially headed by Nancy Pelosi and her liberal ilk), this gives the country a chance to see what kind of nutjobs these liberals are. Note, I’m not talking about moderate Democrats.
For those of you trying to “send a message” to the President, you were successful. You have also cut off your nose to spite your face. I support the President, but I understand that he isn’t doing things exactly the way I would want him to. But, in my view, voting for the liberals instead of the conservatives is the greater of two evils. So with me, the idea that, “by voting in the greater evil, we will show the lesser evil that they need to be less evil,” makes absolutely no sense.
A vote for the Democrats is a vote FOR THE DEMOCRATS, not against the Republicans. That’s like saying, “I’m not driving TOWARD CHICAGO, I’m driving AWAY from Iowa in a easterly direction. Semantics. Same thing, Kreskin.