Looking like the only blue wave anyone will be seeing this year is going to be from Democrat ideas causing ripples when they hit the surface level in the port-a-john.
(Red State) In a poll that’s being touted as “brutal” for Democrats, it appears as though the Republicans are on track to keep the Senate in November’s midterm elections, which would give President Donald Trump the chance to still get nominees through the body if need be.Still, it's early, and elections are a good bit out. But it's a hopeful sign.
The poll, being pushed by Axios, looks bad for the Democrats, particularly for Democrats in red states. Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota, Bill Nelson in Florida and Joe Donnelly in Indiana are the three weakest Democrats, who are currently underwater in their re-election races. Republican Dean Heller is also underwater, and Arizona is currently leaning blue after years of electing a Republican senator in John McCain.
Democrat Claire McCaskill of Missouri is also in trouble, up only two points over presumptive Republican opponent Josh Hawley. If this poll stands, that means the Republicans could gain a net of 1-2 seats.
One to two senate seats, McCrazy out of the senate forever, and Quisling Ryan a sour memory?
Be still, my beating heart!
Good side: I run the whole plantation here on liberal tears, so there should be a bumper crop this year.
Down side: Progtards are already a short step from frothing insanity 24/7/365/since Marx, but this may be enough to let them think they can throw another epic tantrum when things don't go their way in November. Again.
They haven't stopped wetting their diapers since November 9, 2016, and those things are sagging kind of low, not having been changed in...ever. But this will bring the flat-out craziest ones to the forefront, where they'll doubtless lead the
Up side of that: Some hippies need punching, and some would-be domestic terrorists need to get their Darwin Card punched. One can but hope.
Just be circumspect, and watch for lunatards overhead jumping out of buildings.
And if/when this November plays out like 2016 did, have contingency plans in place for a proper after-party. Think of it as a dress rehearsal for the 2020 re-election blow-out.