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The Republicans need six seats to replace Harry Reid as leader of the Senate. This is going to happen. The Republicans will win MT, SD, and WV easily. They will retain GA, where Perdue is up by 4% in today’s NBC Poll, and KY, where McConnell is up by 9% today. Retaining KS may be a problem, which means four more states need to flip. Here is my prediction about the four: CO will go Republican. So will AR, AK, IA and LA. That’s all that is needed, but Scott Brown may beat Shaheen in NH, and Kay Hagen is vulnerable in NC, despite her race bating. In all, I believe the final number will be Republicans 53 and the Democrats 47, and it could be 54-46.

I feel certain my predictions are accurate. There is only one thing that can change the outcome—fraud. The Democrats are notorious for this criminal behavior, so everybody must be vigilant, especially since the DOJ under Holder will do nothing to prevent it. To say this election is important is a massive understatement, so get out and vote.


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There are eight reasons why I predict Congress will not support Obama’s war initiative in Syria:

  1. Obama has not presented a clearly defined purpose for such an attack—far from it. He looks like he is in over his head, which will work against him.
  2. It isn’t even clear that the Assad government is the culprit.
  3. There is no international support for Obama’s plan, including the U.N. Bush has 48 countries supporting his war; Obama has one—the French. That’s not very reassuring.
  4. The conflict in Syria is a thirty-month-old civil war that is none of our business. We haven’t been attacked like we were on 9/11.
  5. Our national interests are not at stake, despite Obama and Kerry’s insistence that they are. What national interest? Be specific.
  6. The American people do not want another Middle Eastern war—neither Democrats, Republicans, or Independents favor it.
  7. Attacking Assad would help al Qaeda, and Americans have no stomach for that, especially so close to the 9/11 attack and Benghazi.
  8. Obama has routinely treated Congress contemptuously, so there is very little personal loyalty to him—not even in his own party. So, our feckless elected representatives are not going to risk losing their seats so that Obama can save face. It isn’t going to happen, and certainly not in the House of Representatives, where the money is.

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