(CNN) – Against the backdrop of a bitterly divided Congress and an angry and frustrated electorate, the most expensive midterm election in history finally comes to a climax Tuesday as America votes on 37 Senate seats and all 435 seats in the House of Representatives.
Here are five things to watch as the day plays out:
Above all if you don't vote Democrat liberal and are not for the Obama agenda of wealth confiscation and government control over everything, you are an "enemy" according to this corrupt, lying, inept, incompetent, union toady and a neanderthal to Pelosi and unpatriotic accoding to Reid and absolutely stupid according to Joy Behar and MSNBC.
One of the five things I won't be watching tonight includes CNN. This has been the most vulgar, fact-less election in my lifetime, including but not limited to ALL media and print coverage. The newest anti-Obama ad being run on the CNN Politics page nailed the lid shut for me. Having said that, I am now off to vote. I encourage everyone to do so as well.
sarah palin is only trying to make some money while the opportunity is here, i wish she would just go away, i dont think she actually believes she could be elected, but she will make lots of money, because the more she talks, the less interested most become, she has the balls to muck the waters, but not land the actual fish, shes on your t.v. With one goal, MONEY thats why i refuse to watch her "reality" i mean "family" show, unless they show her getting hurt!
Five things to look for?
5. Ed Schultz having vapor lock live on TV
4. Main stream media covering for Obama
3. Harry Reid being retired
2. Obnoxious jerk and national embarrassment Alan Grayson getting his walking papers
1. San Fran Nasty Nan moving her junk out of the speaker's office
You have to give President Obama credit, he promised "hope and change" ...now after 2 years, he will be delivering on that promise. Thank you Mr. President !!
I`l be watching:
1) How many rich millionaires are successful buying themselve political offices to legitimize themselves Whittman,Scott, Fiorina, McMahon
2) If all this "Tea Party" hype results in the President`s party losing more than its CUSTOMARY 25-to-35 seats in a "mid year" election. If not, the TP is overblown.
3) Can Sarah Palin win in her own backyard. She backed Miller. If he doesn`t win "running away" then she is impotent at the polls.
Bye Dems. This is the end of the road for majority of you!