The Stakes In November: Winning The Senate
President Obama’s hard-left appointees at the Environmental Protection Agency intend to impose cap-and-tax on the nation’s fragile economy despite the fact that Congress has not passed a law directing them to do so. But since Congress won’t explicitly say “stop,” the EPA blunders on, and every business in America shudders.
The EPA intends to take unto itself life-and-death (mostly death) authority over American business despite the sheer absurdity of their pretensions being demonstrated by the president’s obvious inability to stop even one blown well from greatly damaging the Gulf. Team Obama cannot arrange for one well to stop its destruction, but they are firm int heir belief that they can indeed direct the globe’s temperature from inside the Beltway.
The Washington Examiner’s lead editorial today scolds the United States Senate for consenting to “government by EPA,” but all the criticism in the world won’t stop the takeover. Only votes in the Congress can do that.
The county will decide in less than five months whether this disastrous experiment in neosocialism will come to an abrupt but very overdue end. There is no reasoning with the Obama-Pelosi-Reid coalition of the willful and the indifferent. They just have to be beaten.
I played Barbara Boxer’s risible histrionics on yesterday’s show, and the audience laughed and laughed at the hare-brained junior senator from California.
But even though Barbara Boxer is a bad joke, the consequences of allowing her and her colleagues to “lead” the country aren’t funny at all but profoundly destructive.
This weekend dig deep and help the key GOP challengers in the critical Senate races across the country:
I have arranged these candidates in a rough order –most difficult to most certain– but every race needs volunteers and money. (I will move long shot Linda McMahon in Connecticut on to the list if she closes to within 10.) If you live in the state where the race is happening, get involved on the ground as a volunteer as well as via an online contribution.
But no matter where you live, adopt one or more of these candidates and start contributing $10 or $25 or $50. And if you can afford it, contribute to them all. As yesterday’s vote showed again, the country cannot afford this Senate. The youngest Americans especially have to fight for a country that won’t be run from inside the Beltway.
Getting the Senate into responsible hands will take a lot of generosity and sacrifice in a period of time when budgets are tight and worries about the future deepening.
But it can be done, and hopefully you will either begin or continue your efforts this weekend.