Happy New Year!!

One down, three to go!  And it’s midterm year, too, finally.  Things are looking better already.

I wish everyone a happy, healthy, prosperous new year and thank all my conservative friends and fellow bloggers for being such great patriots and for giving me hope.  Real hope. 

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16 thoughts on “Happy New Year!!

  1. Happy New Year, Fuzzy Slippers!!!

    I have a feeling that this is going to be a positive year for consrvatives.

    We are going to rock both Houses in the midterm elections.

  2. Yay! Happy New Year, Teresa. We certainly will. My dearest dream, hope, wish is that we start rocking it on January 19th by electing Scott Brown to the U. S. Senate here in Mass. Doing so would kill Obamacare by giving us the MUCH NEEDED 41st vote in the Senate. It would also kill all the other nasties that are on the horizon (cap and tax, more stimulus after bad, etc. and etc. and etc.). Not to mention that it would be a message that even this administration couldn't ignore. Bluer than blue Massachusetts electing a republican to the Senate for the first time in 40ish years? We SO need this to happen (I'm not convinced it will, but it would be fan-fricking-tastic if it did!!).

  3. Now that 2010 is here, we can get to work towards our November goal. Already I am planning a January meet and greet for a congressional candidate I am supporting. This guy has to beat incumbent Gary Peters, most far left liberal on Pelosi's court. My guys name is Rocky Roczkowski. http://www.rockyworksforus.com
    After that I will work on some tea party candidates for MI house and senate, also will try and become precinct delegate.
    Happy New Year, it will be an exciting one!!!!!!

  4. Woohoo! Happy New Year, Rotti! We're doing what we can for Scott Brown. I'm trying to figure out how to find poor people or old people to drive to the polls without being arrested for kidnapping. Hehe. Anyway, this is the year for activism if ever there were a year for it. 🙂

  5. Dick Durbin/Illinois (my state) does not come up for reelection until 2012. I SO wish I could vote against him sooner!

    The good news is – when he DOES come up for reelection, this being Chicago – I can vote more than once!

  6. @ Janie Lynn, lmao! I live in Mass, and we only get one vote, too. Though after Brown trounces Martha Coakley on the 19th, I'm expecting to get several votes in November.

    @ Bunni, thank YOU for being such a wonderful oasis in this very scary world right now. 😀

  7. Well, here's some more hope. The liberals I talk to aren't hearing much about us conservative extremists. Because they aren't paying attention. They stopped paying attention the day after the election.

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