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    The wayward Olympia Snowe wing of the Republican Party is at it again, having nominated liberal Dede Scozzafava to run in the upcoming special election Nov. 3 against Democrat Bill Owens for the congressional seat in District 23 of upstate New York, and because Scozzafava is really no different than any run-of-the-mill Democrat, upstart Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman decided to cast his hat into the ring, now running close in the polling to Scozzafava and the Democrats’ candidate Diane Savino, with the special election only days away. 

    Purportedly conservative leader Newt Gingrich has endorsed the ACORN backing liberal Scozzafava, claiming “we need more R’s in the Congress,” but we really don’t need more R’s, we need more patriotically practical representatives there, be they of republican, conservative, independent, or even democrat label, whoever will support school choice, enforced national borders, drill here drill now, and generally, less federal government involvement in our lives and our free market economic system, those are the ones who will succeed in the upcoming elections, so the Republican leaders such as Gingrich, who apparently have not taken to heart the message of the Tea Party movement, should brace themselves for some shockers at the polls, and look for Hoffman, the third party candidate, to win in New York, which will certainly send the message to Gingrich and his fellow rockefeller Republicans that they should return to their republican roots.  

    According to a just released Gallup Poll, 40% of Americans now identify themselves as conservative, and 20% liberal, so the writing is on the wall for the 2010 elections, and perhaps in the Hoffman special election Nov. 4, when American’s general distaste for the Democrats’ big governement policies and interventions, led by Obama, will be rejected in a mighty way at the polls, despite the protestations of the left wing media, and probably Olympia Snowe and Newt Gringrich too.

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