Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Election Results: Republicans Take House, De Facto Control of Senate

In any compromise between food and poison, it is only death that can win. In any compromise between good and evil, it is only evil that can profit. --Ayn Rand

With most of the election results in this morning, the Republicans have taken control of the U.S. House of Representatives. Republicans also won a majority of state governorships. As for the Senate, it appears that the Democrat bastards have kept their majority there, but I believe that they'll be more inclined to distance themselves from President Obama's agenda for fear of being voted out of office if they are perceived as being supportive of him. Here in Washington State it looks like Patti Murray will win, although as of right now only 40% of King County (Seattle) precincts have reported in.

So, where do we go from here? Well, I have some suggestions of my own, but I will let Michelle Malkin's words do the talking for me. In this article, she writes that now is not the time to make peace with the bastards; now is the time to take the gloves off and hit them some more. I agree.

Let us not forget who these people are, and what they have done. We'll forgive them once they are all out of office, and of no harm to our great country anymore. But for the next two years, we should focus on getting a solid conservative in the White House, as well as resisting every bit of the evil agenda of those bastards. I say there can be no compromise, no middle ground with the Democrats; we must defeat them utterly, and stand firm on our own principles.

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