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Election 2010

Republicans Win 2010 Midterm Election

November 3, 2010

President Obama and the Democrat Party suffered a humiliating defeat in last night’s midterm elections.  The Republican Party gained at least 61 seats in the House of Representatives to wrest control of the chamber from Nancy Pelosi’s iron grip.  In the Senate, the Republicans gained at least 5 seats, giving them enough to votes to [...]

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Election Night 2010 Liveblog

November 2, 2010

Tonight is Election Night 2010, the night when the Republican Party hopes to gain enough seats to stop Barack Obama’s socialist agenda in its tracks. All three members of Axis of Right will be online tonight discussing the election returns as they come in. How many House seats flip to the GOP tonight? Will there [...]

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Final Enthusiasm Gap Favors GOP

November 2, 2010

During an off-year election, when turnout isn’t as high during a Presidential year, the enthusiasm gap between the parties often makes the difference.  That was true during the Republican Revolution of 1994 and the Democrats’ thumping of George W. Bush’s Republicans in 2006.  But what about this year?  According to Gallup (I know, but Rasmussen [...]

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Meghan McCain Settles Argument Over Delaware Senate Race

October 17, 2010

Meghan Mccain dropped a political bombshell in the Delaware Senate race earlier today.  In front of a national audience on ABC’s “This Week” program, Senator McCain’s little girl opined that Christine O’Donnell was not qualified to represent the people of Delaware in the Senate because she and her friends, like, think O’Donnell, is like, totally [...]

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Sore Loser Lisa Murkowski Launches Write-In Campaign

September 17, 2010

On the few occasions when Senator Lisa Murkowski bothered to pay attention to her Republican primary campaign, she was careful to emphasize that she really is a conservative who supports limited government, lower taxes, and repealing Obamacare.  It turns out Murkowski is a liar.  Tonight, Murkowski held a rally to announce her write-in campaign for [...]

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Christine O’Donnell Wins Delaware Senate Primary

September 14, 2010

The Republican establishment in Delaware was on the receiving end of a first-class political bitchslap earlier tonight.  Nine-term Congressman, former Governor and RINO extraordinaire Mike Castle lost the Senate Republican primary to the relatively unknown Christine O’Donnell. The conservative side of the blogosphere had debated the race for days along largely predictable lines.  Those backing [...]

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Jeb Bush Endorses Marco Rubio

May 5, 2010

Huge news out of Florida today.  Former Governor Jeb Bush has stepped up to the plate and endorsed Marco Rubio in the Florida Senate race.  Rubio should now be a lock to win the Republican primary that his opponent Charlie Crist already abandoned.  When future historians write their books on political courage, they will have [...]

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We’re Axis of Right. And We DO NOT APPROVE That Message

April 30, 2010

I took a quick look at Axis of Right today and discovered that we had a randomly-generated ad for Charlie Crist on the left-hand (appropriate) side of the page.  Just to avoid confusion, I would like to make it clear that we here at Axis of Right do not approve that message.  Just as we [...]

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Bayh Bayh Evan Bayh

February 15, 2010

Republican chances in the 2010 Senate elections look better every day and today is no exception.  The Washington Post is reporting that Evan Bayh is about to announce that he will not seek re-election later this year. This is excellent news for the country and for conservatives.  Although Bayh was no longer as safe as [...]

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Dan Coats to Challenge Evan Bayh

February 3, 2010

Be sure to thank the people of Massachusetts for pushing the proverbial snowball down the hill when they elected Scott Brown to Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat and showed Republicans across the country that this was the year to run for office if you wanted to win an election.  Thanks to the Democrats’ unpopular liberal agenda [...]

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Corrupt Media Desperately Tries to Save Coakley

January 13, 2010

The most obvious enemy to modern conservatism is the Democrat Party because that is the structure liberals use to win enough elections to pass and implement policies that control the lives of productive citizens and in the process undermine American strength and prosperity.  The surprisingly competitive Massachusetts Senate election shows just how important party is [...]

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Christopher Dodd to Retire

January 6, 2010

With Obamacare growing more unpopular by the day, the club of Democrats seeing the writing on the wall has seen its membership explode.  Later today, Chris Dodd will become the newest member of that not-so-exclusive club when he announces that he will not seek re-election to the Senate later this year.  Many people assume that [...]

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Scott Brown Within Single Digits of Coakley

January 5, 2010

There were signs that something is going on in Massachusetts and now we have some empirical evidence.  According to the latest Rasmussen Reports poll, Republican Scott Brown trails Democrat Martha Coakley by single digits in the upcoming special election to fill Ted Kennedy’s old Senate seat.  Nine points is still a significant margin, but this [...]

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Arlen Faces the Specter of Defeat

August 13, 2009

Arlen Specter has taken a political beating lately.  Like other Democrats who are actually brave enough to face their constituents, Specter recently attended a series of town hall meetings where he should have discovered that applying Barack Obama’s government-knows-best philosophy to the greatest health care system in the world isn’t exactly the kind of hope [...]

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