Election 2010: These are the stakes
Mark Steyn’s latest column is required reading for everyone:
In America, one party is openly committed to driving the nation off the cliff, and the other party is full of guys content to go along for the ride as long as we shift down to third gear. That’s no longer enough of a choice. If your candidate isn’t committed to fewer government agencies with fewer employees on lower rates of pay, he’s part of the problem. This is the last chance for the GOP to restore its credentials. If it blows it, all bets are off for 2012.
Once the clock strikes midnight on November 2nd, no matter how big or how small the Republican wave will be, the same activists, bloggers and figureheads on the Right who’ve spent the better part of the last two years getting Republicans elected, need to start holding their feet to the fire. Period.