Monthly Archives: November 2010

Quote of the (Lord’s) day

“It is impossible to come into the presence of the living God and be bored.” – R.C. Sproul

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Quote of the (Lord’s) day

“The existence of The Supreme Being is so loudly proclaimed by everything in Heaven and Earth, by the structure of our bodies and the no less curious structure of our Minds and indeed by everything about us, that it may … Continue reading

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Whoops!!

I had predicted gains by the GOP in both houses of Congress that, it turns out, were more than a little optimistic. I was convinced, given the Gallup polling data that came out last weekend, that if the turnout model … Continue reading

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Quote of the day

“We have tried spending money. We are spending more than we have ever spent before and it does not work…after eight years of this Administration we have just as much unemployment as when we started. . . And an enormous … Continue reading

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Quote of the day

(referring to the Obama Administration’s analogy of the economy in the ditch) “…Barack Obama turned the ditch into a black hole” – Nicolle Wallace  

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On Tuesday We’ll Deliver a Message But They Still Won’t Understand

Two short years ago, with the election of Barack Obama securing the White House, and having already gained control of the Congress in 2006, the Democrats were absolutely giddy. The defeat of the Republicans in 2006 and 2008 were seen … Continue reading

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Predictions for the Mid-Terms

Here are my predictions for the Congressional Mid-Term elections: GOP gains in the House: 70 GOP gains in the Senate: 9 My thought is that the House numbers will be much higher than earlier predictions. It’s even conceivable that 70 … Continue reading

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