Friday, December 04, 2009


Politico has an idea that those Blue Dogs retiring from D.C. might probably be a good thing.

See we the Republicans will probably gain seats in the 2010 elections- BUT those Dems don't have to worry about getting re-elected again, do they?

Tennessee Rep. John Tanner’s decision to step down at the end of his term has Democrats worried that a trickle of retirements will turn into a flood.

Democrats won their majority in 2006 — and built on it in 2008 — in large part by running conservative Democrats in Republican-leaning districts. But with Rep. Dennis Moore (D-Kan.) and Tanner now heading for the exits, there’s growing concern that the party’s strategy may be unraveling just in time for 2010.

“It’s the beginning of an avalanche on our side,” one Democratic strategist said. “Morale is bad, and we’re seeing guys in their 50s and 60s, who have some time left, who can make some money and have a phase two in their careers.”

Which means that they can vote for 0bamakare without even having to step foot in the state(s) they just screwed over and then laterally transfer their cr@p to a new job guaranteed by 'the management'in some capacity 'to make a difference' for their vote.

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