The GOP Surrender Caucus Holds The Fate of the Mid-terms in its Hands

Today’s Campaign Update

(Because The Campaign Never Ends)

Man, nobody could’ve seen this one coming. Oh, wait… – If it sometimes seems to you that literally nothing the “Climate Change” scammers claim ever turns out to be true, that just means you are a keen observer of actual outcomes.

For our latest example, I bring you these findings from a new study conducted by researchers at…wait for it…HARVARD!:

“In two papers — published today in the journals Environmental Research Letters and Joule — Harvard University researchers find that the transition to wind or solar power in the U.S. would require five to 20 times more land than previously thought, and, if such large-scale wind farms were built, would warm average surface temperatures over the continental U.S. by 0.24 degrees Celsius.”

Here’s another problem with wind power that states like Texas and Kansas, that are home to an array of huge wind farms that are now moving into the final years of their useful lives, are about to face:  None of these states have regulations on their books governing the retirement, dismantling and disposal of those gigantic windmills.  That’s right – unless the landowners who leased their lands had the foresight to place such requirements in their lease agreements, these 200 to 700 ft. tall eyesores could simply be left standing to rot away if the wind companies don’t want to bear the expense of removing them.

The more you know about this stuff, the less attractive it becomes, which of course is why your fake news media has desperately avoided telling you about these inconvenient truths.

Just a few weeks ago, they all said this was tantamount to treason. – Everyone does realize that the Republicans have now snookered the Democrats into demonizing the FBI, right?  The ability of these people to literally take a 180 degree turn in their rhetoric without giving it a second thought is truly breathtaking.  And hilarious.  And demented.

And now, a word from our Why You Should Be Following @GDBlackmon on Twitter sponsors:

 

You keep using that term.  I don’t think you know what it means. – One of the big news stories that the fake news media studiously ignored on Thursday was the fact that no fewer than 8 people who were in college in the Maryland area during the 1980s have written letters to inform the Senate that “The Devil’s Triangle” reference in Judge Brett Kavanaugh does indeed refer to a drinking game similar to the game of “quarters.”

Yes, friends, it turns out that the entire Democrat Senate caucus – indeed, the entirety of the depraved American Left – got duped by a fake definition of the term that someone had placed in the online “American Urban Dictionary” just days before Christine Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee last week.  Remember that this entire controversy was generated by a brief reference in Judge Kavanaugh’s high school yearbook, and that no fewer than three Democrat committee members – including Feinstein and Leahy – spent their time questioning Kavanaugh on it during the hearing on national freakin’ television.

My goodness.  This is the greatest troll in the history of trolls.

Oh, hey, good of you to give us a head’s up, Steve! – This little bit of news came through at about 7:00 ET last night:

But don’t panic – a few hours after the news broke, Sen. Daines issued a statement in which he says he will be around to vote on Saturday no matter what, which presumably means his poor daughter will have to delay her nuptuals until he can fly back to Montana late in the day on Saturday.

Being the father of a married daughter myself, I admire Sen. Daines for his determination to walk his own daughter down the aisle – it’s one of the biggest moments in any Dad’s life.  But you can imagine the panic among the GOP leadership in the Senate when they learned of Daines’s potential conflict, since they only have a one-vote margin on this confirmation, and the party’s Surrender Caucus of Jeff Flake, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski all remain silent as of this writing on how they plan to vote.

While these fake Republicans dither, their ideological equals on the Democrat side of the aisle are deciding en masse to risk their re-elections by opposing the nomination.  North Dakota’s Heidi Heitcamp woke up Thursday morning to the reality that she’s 12 points down in the latest poll, and just gave up.  Indiana’s Joe Donnelly and Missouri’s Claire McCaskill, both locked in nip and tuck races in their states, had announced their opposition earlier in the week.  Those three seats will all most likely end up becoming GOP gains in November as a result of those decisions.

That’s if – and it remains a big “if” this morning – these three Republican squishes do the right thing and vote to confirm Kavanaugh.  If any two of them do the wrong thing and vote against, then all bets are off.  A win on this nomination will energize the GOP voter base even more than it already has been, but a loss will certainly cause many otherwise-Republican voters to toss up their hands, say “screw ’em” and just stay home.

These next two days are, as President Donald Trump would say, Yuuuuuuuuuge.

That is all.

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7 thoughts on “The GOP Surrender Caucus Holds The Fate of the Mid-terms in its Hands

  1. Robert Gaines - October 5, 2018

    I think Lindsey said there’s a third option. If the Flake coalition screws the pooch then he said Trump ”
    would re-nominate him and I would take this case to the American people and I’d ask voters in Indiana, in Missouri, in North Dakota and other places where Trump won – saying who he would nominate if he got to be president – and see if the voters want to appeal the verdict of their senator.”

    Not ideal but it sounds like a viable backup.

    1. David Blackmon - October 5, 2018

      Trump is not going to re-nominate Kavanaugh. That’s a non-starter.

      1. Tarheelpup - October 5, 2018

        Trump plays the long game and he plays to win. He won’t renominate Kavanaugh for SC. I’d bet the subsidized wind farm his next nominee list will be either wholly or mostly female. There are certainly enough worthy candidates. Seeing the Lib response to THAT would be among the greatest moments in the history of the entertainment branch of government.

        And, honestly, I can’t imagine Kavanaugh being willing to go through this fecal maelstrom again. Or put his family through it.

  2. RobosaurusRex - October 5, 2018

    I think many analysts are sadly predicting this to be a make or break moment in mid terms. NO, ITS NOT!!! The Democrats are screwed either way this turns out. Kavanaugh doesn’t get nominated – Republicans come out in mass with anger for the way he was treated and for preserving the idea of innocent before proven guilty. Kavanaugh gets nominated – Republicans come out in mass in determination to help Trump move his agenda forward. I’m done hearing about enthusiasm. Nobody should care. Its an old school metric that doesn’t hold true in this day and age and is administered by the same imbeciles who constantly skew results in order to suppress voter enthusiasm for one side. The old tactics don’t work anymore. Politics are not all local these days. Americans are signalling that national issues impact local issues and therefore, the preservation of the Union is needed for the local community to prosper. Democrats have no idea there is a revolution going on because its not made of the revolutions of old which produced violence and death all of which they envision. I’m not saying November is a lock, but I’m more determined to vote for people who want to do the right things for our country and only one side seems to really be interested in that at the moment.

  3. keith sherlock - October 5, 2018

    Well done Rex

  4. Steve Coerper - October 5, 2018

    Saw Sen. Kennedy’s video on his walk through the Senate office building. Put up a sign “children must be accompanied by responsible adults” and clean out these babies. What a disgrace. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people, and is wholly inadequate to the government of any other. Ban the Department of Education and allow local school districts to decide the issue of corporal punishment.

  5. Steve Coerper - October 5, 2018

    OOps – senior moment – not “ban” but “abolish.” Send the bill to Jimmy Carter.

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