It’s a New Day in America…by AFVet

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Good Morning America !

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How do you feel this morning after the defeat of

Obama’s liberal agenda?

Isn’t it refreshing to know that there still enough Patriots out there that can speak out against the destruction of our precious Country ?

It feels good doesn’t it ?

Beware though,…this is just a small battle in a war that has been ongoing for hundreds of years.

The progressives will never stop.
Obama has two more years yet to wreak havoc on our Nation, and he will not stop.

It is not in his nature.

Can the new congress stop him ?

We don’t know yet, time will tell.

Take this opportunity to sigh and feel that we the People still have a voice.

During the next two years, we need to hold the new congress’s feet to the fire, otherwise, our efforts will all be for naught.

But in the meantime, feel free to bask in the glory that is America and the right to have the right to structure your future.

You’ve earned it.

Remember,…..Barack Obama doesn’t care about the law, and only congress has the ability to stop him.

With the results of the last election, we told Obama and our congressional representatives that we are fed up with the direction this Country is headed in.

God Bless America.

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AMERICA WINS

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Voters handed control of the Senate to Republicans for the first time in eight years on Tuesday, putting the GOP in charge of Congress for the remainder of President Obama’s term. 

Republicans swept to victory in a string of contests across the country, retaining every one of the GOP-held seats up for grabs and picking up more than the six seats needed to take control of the Senate. Republicans enjoyed a banner night after mounting campaigns from coast to coast that, almost without exception, sought to cast their opponents as rubber stamps for the unpopular president. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who fended off a Democratic challenge in Kentucky, is now poised to ascend to majority leader next year. 

Republicans also are projected to retain control of the House — and gain at least 12 seats, expanding their majority beyond their post-World War II record of 246 seats set in 1946. 

The landscape means Republicans will have new powers to challenge Obama’s agenda in the final two years of his term, able to launch investigations and hold hearings from both chambers; hold up key appointments; and pass GOP-favored legislation, if only to force the president to employ his veto pen. The division of power also could yield areas of agreement, on areas ranging from immigration to energy — though the Affordable Care Act and efforts to undermine it could continue to sour talks on other issues. 

McConnell, after winning his own race, said some things won’t change next year — but stressed that lawmakers and the White House don’t have to be in “perpetual conflict” and “have an obligation to work together.” 

“Tomorrow, the papers will say I won this race, but the truth is … tonight we begin another one, one that’s far more important than mine — and that’s the race to turn this country around,” McConnell said in Louisville. 

In a written statement, current Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid congratulated McConnell and said he looked forward to working with him as the next majority leader. 

So far, Republicans have gained seven Senate seats. In North Carolina, Thom Tillis, a Republican member of the state legislature, is projected to oust U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan, a first-term Democrat, in a closely fought race that saw spending top $100 million. Republican Joni Ernst also beat Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley in Iowa. 

Echoing a campaign ad about hogs that helped her gain attention early on in her race, Ernst declared, “We are heading to Washington, and we are going to make ‘em squeal.” 

Republicans picked up seats in territory all over the country Tuesday night. In Montana, Republican Steve Daines defeated Democrat Amanda Curtis, flipping control of the seat to the Republican Party for the first time since 1913. In Colorado, GOP Rep. Cory Gardner ousted first-term Democratic Sen. Mark Udall. 

South Dakota Republican Mike Rounds also won the race to replace retiring Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson. Further, GOP Rep. Tom Cotton unseated two-term Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor in Arkansas and Shelley Moore Capito beat Democrat Natalie Tennant for an open Senate seat in West Virginia. 

In a vital set of victories that helped put the party on the path to the majority, Republicans also held onto all three seats that were in contention this year. 

In Kentucky, McConnell defeated Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky’s secretary of state. Republican David Perdue, former CEO of Dollar General, beat Democrat Michelle Nunn for the open Georgia Senate seat; and three-term Republican Sen. Pat Roberts survived the political scare of his life by beating independent challenger Greg Orman in Kansas. 

In a setback for Republicans, Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen beat Republican challenger Scott Brown, despite Brown’s late-surging campaign. 

But Republicans’ momentum was undeniable. 

A handful of other races remain too close to call — most notably, in Virginia, where Republican Ed Gillespie is running a late-surging campaign against Democratic Sen. Mark Warner. 

According to Fox News exit polls, this race is looking much closer than it did in pre-election polling, in which Warner, a former Virginia governor, held a months-long, 20-point lead over Gillespie, the former chairman of the Republican National Committee. Gillespie eventually cut that lead in half, but the race now appears even closer. 

The Senate race in Alaska also is not yet called. 

Fox News, though, can project that the Louisiana Senate race will go to a runoff on Dec. 6, meaning there will be no winner from Tuesday night. Based on exit polling, Fox projects that three-term Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu and Republican challenger Bill Cassidy will both fail to exceed 50 percent of the vote, sending both into a runoff, this time without competition from candidates such as Republican Rob Maness. 

At stake Tuesday night were 435 House seats, 36 Senate seats, and another 36 gubernatorial races.  

The U.S. Senate battle, with control of Capitol Hill at stake, was the most closely watched. 

The following Republican incumbents also won Tuesday: Sen. Thad Cochran in Mississippi; Sen. Lamar Alexander in Tennessee; Sen. Susan Collins in Maine; Sen. Mike Enzi in Wyoming; Sen. Lindsey Graham and Sen. Tim Scott in South Carolina; Sen. Jim Risch in Idaho; Sen. John Cornyn in Texas, Sen. Jeff Sessions in Alabama; and Sen. James Inhofe in Oklahoma. Republican James Lankford won the seat being vacated by Republican Tom Coburn. And university president Ben Sasse, a Republican, beat Democrat David Domina for an open Nebraska Senate seat. 

The following Democratic senators also won: Sen. Dick Durbin in Illinois; Sen. Cory Booker in New Jersey; Sen. Brian Schatz in Hawaii; Sen. Jeff Merkley in Oregon; Sen. Tom Udall in New Mexico; Sen. Al Franken in Minnesota; Sen. Ed Markey in Massachusetts; Sen. Chris Coons in Delaware; and Sen. Jack Reed in Rhode Island. 

In Michigan, Democrat Gary Peters won an open seat. 

The Obama factor may have weighed heavily over the vote Tuesday night. Fox News Exit Polls show more than a third of voters — 34 percent — said they voted to show they’re opposed to Obama’s policies. That number was a bit higher in 2010. 

By contrast, just 20 percent voted to show support for Obama. Forty-five percent said it was not a factor. 

The economy was by far the biggest issue for voters; 43 percent said it was the most important issue. Of those worried about the direction of the economy, they voted for the Republican candidate by a 20-point difference, exit polls show. 

Most the campaigning and the big money in recent months concentrated on roughly 10 competitive contests. Seven were for the seats held by Democrats: in Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Louisiana, New Hampshire and North Carolina. Three were for the seats held by Republicans: in Georgia, Kansas and Kentucky. 

Surprise developments colored the elections in several states — perhaps most notably, the Democratic candidate’s decision to drop out of the race for Senate in Kansas. His decision immediately boosted independent Orman in his race against Roberts, who until that race shakeup was leading in the polls. Roberts ultimately survived. 

In Kentucky, Grimes also suffered a PR blow after she repeatedly refused to say whether she voted for Obama. In the final days of the race, both campaigns turned to accusing each other of putting out inappropriate mailers. 

At the state level, nearly a dozen U.S. governors were considered in political peril, making it one of the toughest years for incumbent governors in decades. However, most of them held on, and Republican candidates did well in several races — including in Wisconsin, where GOP Gov. Scott Walker survived yet another challenge. 

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/11/04/republicans-aim-for-senate-takeover-democrats-look-to-dash-gop-hopes/

GOD HAS BLESSED AMERICA

WITH A SECOND CHANCE

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Here is why EVERY CONSERVATIVE needs to Vote this Tuesday

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Here is why EVERY REPUBLICAN needs to Vote this Tuesday

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A  N  Y    Q  U  E  S  T  I  O  N  S ?

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Voter I.D. Laws and Voter Fraud in Illinois and Maryland

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The left is screaming about new Voter I. D. laws proclaiming them ‘Racist’ as more and more reports are coming in about illegal aliens Voting in early elections.

License, ID card policies stir concerns over illegal immigrants voting

Abortion: America’s Silent Genocide

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 The German People said they did not know about Hitlers genocide of the Jews.

What will history say about America’s Genocide of our unborn children?

United States Sees 54 Million Abortions
Since Roe in 1973

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Isn’t it sad to know that the same people who are out trying to save the Bald Eagle or throwing themselves in front of Whaling Boats are the very same people who brought the Genocide of Abortion to America? I have to wonder why more people have not questioned this stark double standard when it comes to the life of a Human Baby. How can these deeply caring souls who love the animal kingdom and planet sooo much have such an indifference when it comes to a Human Being?

 Abortion in America has become nothing more than a form of Birth Control for irresponsible selfish people.

 Not since the days of Hitler and Stalin have we seen the wholesale slaughter of human life as we are seeing everyday here in America.
Abortion has become an after thought for most Americans, or so it would seem.

 I for one have spoken out against abortion for the better part of my adult life. The notion that one could simply end another life for the sake of pure convenience sickens me. With all the modern-day forms of Birth Control I find it even more abhorrent that careless and morally bankrupt people would choose so easily to end the life of another.

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It has always been a Human Instinct to survive and fight for life in all of its forms.

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Yet today Society has desensitized us to the very value of Human Life by calling a Baby a Fetus!

Do not think for one moment that God will not Judge those who chose or choose to kill their babies. Do not think for one moment that God will not Judge America for this Holocaust because He will and is as we speak.

Look around you America,

were falling apart as a people

and Civilization.

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ANY QUESTIONS?

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Dems want to Regulate Political Free Speech on the Internet!

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‘I Told You This Was Coming’: Online Political Speech Could Face New Regulations Next Year

Democrat Corruption at the Voting Booths… AGAIN!

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‘Calibration error’ changes GOP votes to Dem in Illinois county

CHICAGO — Early voting in Illinois got off to a rocky start Monday, as votes being cast for Republican candidates were transformed into votes for Democrats.

Republican state representative candidate Jim Moynihan went to vote Monday at the Schaumburg Public Library.

“I tried to cast a vote for myself and instead it cast the vote for my opponent,” Moynihan said. “You could imagine my surprise as the same thing happened with a number of races when I tried to vote for a Republican and the machine registered a vote for a Democrat.”

The conservative website Illinois Review reported that “While using a touch screen voting machine in Schaumburg, Moynihan voted for several races on the ballot, only to find that whenever he voted for a Republican candidate, the machine registered the vote for a Democrat in the same race. He notified the election judge at his polling place and demonstrated that it continued to cast a vote for the opposing candidate’s party. Moynihan was eventually allowed to vote for Republican candidates, including his own race.

Moynihan offered this gracious lesson to his followers on Twitter: “Be careful when you vote in Illinois. Make sure you take the time to check your votes before submitting.”

Cook County Board of Elections Deputy Communications Director Jim Scalzitti, told Illinois Watchdog, the machine was taken out of service and tested.

“This was a calibration error of the touch-screen on the machine,” Scalzitti said. “When Mr. Moynihan used the touch-screen, it improperly assigned his votes due to improper calibration.”

Click for more from Watchdog.org

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/10/22/calibration-error-changes-gop-votes-to-dem-in-illinois-county/

This same thing was happening in the 2008 and 2012

Presidential Elections!

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Welcome to Obama’s America

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ANY QUESTIONS?

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