By Oscar Y. Harward
Political greed among some candidates is overwhelmed with the rare thought of losing. To a deafening scream, American political polls have been sending a thunderous warning of wasteful spending for an entire year to President Obama and the radical liberal Democrat Party. These leaders continue to ignore these warnings to control government spending. Create jobs! Stop the misuse of (y)our taxpayers’ funds.
In this 2010 election season, there is excitement in the air with many Conservative candidates winning in primaries and expected continuation with wins into the 2010 General Election. Republicans, Independents, and a few Democrats are supporting Conservative candidates.
In South Carolina’s Congressional District, Primary Election, Spartanburg County Conservative GOP Solicitor Trey Gowdydefeated moderate to liberal incumbent Bob Inglis. Conservative GOP nominee Trey Gowdy will face Democrat Paul Corden (D).
Delaware Conservative Christine O’Donnell won her nomination as a candidate for US Senate in defeatingprobably the most liberal Republican Party member in the US House, Rep. Mike Castle. Conservative GOP nominee Christine O’Donnell will face Democrat Chris Coons.
Conservative candidate Rand Paul shocked the Kentucky Republican Party leadership in defeating Kentucky’s Secretary of State Trey Grayson. Conservative GOP nominee Rand Paul will face Democrat Jack Conway.
Conservative Mike Lee unseated moderate incumbent Sen. Bob Bennett at the Utah State GOP Convention. Conservative GOP nominee Mike Lee will face Democrat Sam Granato. Sen. Bennett first suggested he may run as an Independent.
Nevada’s former Conservative Assemblywoman, Sharron Angle, defeated Nevada’s former GOP State Senator Sue Lowden, and small business owner, Danny Tarkanian,for US Senate. Conservative GOP nominee Angel will face incumbentDemocrat Sen. Harry Reid
Florida’s Conservative GOP Speaker of the House, Marco Rubio, defeated very moderate (doesn’t know what he stands for) Governor Charlie Crist for US Senate. Crist, after trailing so far behind Marco Rubio in the political polls, switched his voter’s registration to continue his campaign with the Independent Party. Conservative GOP nominee Marco Rubio will face Independent Party Charlie Crist and Democrat Kendrick Meek.
In Alaska, GOP Conservative candidate Joe Millerdefeated moderate Senator Lisa Murkowski. Sen. Murkowski has announced she is seeking to be re-elected with a write-in campaign. Conservative GOP nomineeJoe Miller will face Democrat Scott McAdams and write-in candidate Lisa Murkowski.
Conservative New Hampshire State Attorney General, Kelly Ayotte, defeated attorney Ovide Lamontagne for the Republican Senate nomination. Conservative GOP nominee, Kelly Ayotte, will face Rep. Paul Hodes (D) in the race to replace retiring Sen. Judd Gregg (R).
There are so many other Conservative candidate victories across America with an awakening as to how President Obama and the majority Democrat Party members on Capitol Hill are destroying our fiscal and social ideals of today. Why should our moderate to liberal candidate/members on Capitol Hill even question the electorate?
President Obama and the Reid/Pelosi team on Capitol Hill have ignored America’s political polls. On November 2, America’s voters will respond and overpower the Democrat Party. The electorate is just before making probably the largest exchange ever on Capitol Hill. President Obama and the majority Democrats on Capitol Hill will then hear Americans respond, “Can you hear me now? Never mind! Conservatives are on the way! Yes, we can!”