The Waiting Game

    Although citizens seem angry, tired of political divisiveness and disappointed at both sides of the political spectrum, according to the Gallup poll, most voters will tend to maintain their party affiliation.

    Although citizens seem angry, tired of political divisiveness and disappointed at both sides of the political spectrum, according to the Gallup poll, most voters will tend to maintain their party affiliation.
    It’s a question of loyalty and it’s bound to have in impact on the re-election of incumbents. As in every election, enthusiasm and motivation will be determining factors in the mid term elections. but this time Republicans seem to be more eager to vote.  Also, the big issue of the day will be to define what’s the middle ground between too much government and too little.  All that and more, today in What Are We Thinking.

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