What do I most hope, specifically? Of course that the GOP takes the House and the Senate, commandingly. But specifically: I really, really want to see Barbara Boxer go down in flames, politically. Not only is she mean and horribly embarrassing, but she has made it her signature issue to assure that no baby is safe, even to the point of delivery. Her glory is in her shame, and her victory would further condemn my state. That she'd be replaced by a pro-life woman is all the sweeter.
I also want to see Harry Reid go down big. I'd love to see Barney Frank replaced, Charlie Rangel replaced by black conservative pastor Faulkner. I'd love to see MSM heads explode as Christine O'Donnell pulls off an upset. Really want to see treacherous turncoat ego-trips Murkowski (Alaska) and Crist (Florida) go down big-time, particularly since by all accounts Marco Rubio would be a terrific Senator.
My greatest fear is Dem treachery at the polls, blocking military votes and committing fraud.
But God is God, His will is going to triumph, and His kingdom is forever.
Tomorrow will be interesting!
- Ahh, smell that liberal love. (WARNING: Democrat language, therefore unsuitable for children or other living things.)
- Reminder: if you're following at home, the Washington Examiner has a good guide of what races to watch tonight, and in what order.
- The Examiner also has corralled a collection of pundits' predictions.
- Scott Spiegel gives the top ten excuses Dems will make for losing. (The multi-page view has funny pictures.)
- Funny, if you don't actually do the drinking: Timothy P. Carney suggests a "drinking game" (use seltzer water instead) for how the election results will be spun.
- I don't have a lot of respect for "independents," but the Dems have lost them. Good for the country, bad for Dems.
- Mark McKinnon correctly (to the rage of his commenters) notes that conservative women are all depicted as nuts, sluts, or worse. (Caution: some Democrat language.)
- Some are saying that not winning the Senate can be a good thing for the GOP. Not me, though I see their point. I think winning is better. 61 seats would be great; so would non-fattening Oreos.
- Finally, do the nation a favor, California voters!