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To: Ceebass

Of course, Republicans are in big trouble in 2018. All you have to do is look at the midterms historically. The party in the White House usually loses a fairly sizeable number of seats. This is not a mystery nor unusual. The supporters of the president usually are complacent. Very happy and oblivious or they are mad because the presidents party has not made them completely happy, so they stay home. Meanwhile, the voters on the other side are highly motivated and can’t wait to vote against the president party. All you have to do is look at Obama’s midterm elections. Obama fueled resentment and anger among conservatives. Basically, the Democrats were destroyed while he was in office. However he was not unpopular. That was proven by his reelection. His supporters came out when he was on the ballot and stayed home when he was not. I have the feeling the same thing will happen in 2018. Trump will not be on the ballot, and many of his voters will stay home.


13 posted on 12/16/2017 10:50:24 PM PST by Dave W
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To: Dave W

Of course, Republicans are in big trouble in 2018.
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When the voters find out about the democrats jihad against the President with the phony Russian collusion BS, the Rats will have trouble getting elected dog catcher.


24 posted on 12/17/2017 3:31:20 AM PST by HenpeckedCon (Covfefe Trump!)
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To: Dave W

The primaries are the key. If Bannon can slay the RINOS and get MAGA candidates on the ballot in the general then we will win. Go Bannon!


28 posted on 12/17/2017 4:29:41 AM PST by central_va (I won't be reconstructed and I do not give a damn.)
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