Sacrificial Dems: Candidates drop off ballots to protect Reid’s Senate control


Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid wants Democratic candidates to win, but it may be more important that Republican candidates lose.

That may explain why Democrats in two key races with implications for Senate control have dropped their bids, strengthening the odds for third-party candidates while creating tougher contests for Republicans.

46 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Lee Swann says:

    Also here in California, we need to get rid of all the left leaning, liberal Democrats starting with our very own California dum-dum Jerry Brown and then continue with Feinstein, Boxer, Pelosi and our very own Socialist Commie Maxine Waters and all the rest of these idiots.

    1. I Seigel says:

      I doubt any of that is going to happen anytime soon. Maybe you should consider moving to Arizona?

  • belladonnacotton says:

    Reed doesn’t care about the American citizens he just wants to keep control. Thats why he hasn’t passed any bills on his desk to the senate. He has lost the focus about him being Employed by The American People and tells US to got to hell and he will do what he wants..

  • bobbill says:

    Dump Harry & Boehner vote these two out Nov 4 , make general Barry Soetoro a lame duck president.

  • Dave says:

    Harry Reid has become somewhat of a demented lap dog for Obama and his minions as he has personally held up almost 300 bills passed in the House in the last two years covering job creation, Obamacare, balanced budgets, and projects like the Keystone Pipeline. He will not even bring them up for debate and an up or down vote. Why is that? Maybe it is politically motivated…you think? He is afraid some of his Democrats in the Senate will actually support the bill like the Keystone pipeline, and that would put pressure on Obama to veto it or allow it to be implemented. He is why the Congress has become so dysfunctional and cannot get anything done. He has personally been responsible for stopping several job creation bills that would be in the best interests of our country at large and help turn around our floundering economy. He has to be replaced by a new Senate majority leader and that will only happen if the Republicans take control of the Senate.

  • a8mark says:

    the military is NOT behind obama he can`t count on their votes. that`s a lot of votes. NOW if every christian that is sick and tired of obama attacking us uses their vote to elect the right people we can`t be stopped. Christians of every denomination put away your petty differences and just think about what JESUS would do. Vote these apostates OUT OF OFFICE AND TAKE BACK THE COUNTRY THAT OUR FOREFATHERS GAVE US. THE CONSTITUTION IS THE LAW OF THE LAND NOT OBAMA

  • rowleya says:

    DEMS ARE JUST LIKE THE Muslim JEHADISTS who commit suicide for thier religion.

  • helensatmary says:

    The end of whatever freedome we stillhave if the democrats end up with a majority. It is crucial that the Republicans win the majority and stop the lawlessness of the Senate and the White House.

  • Raymond J Ambrozaitis says:

    LMAO those sacrificial Democrats caught you imbeciles with your pants down and I find it funny as all get out.

    1. Karll says:

      And if Republicans played the same cheap political games you’d be squealing like a stuck pig. Face it, democrats up for election this fall are running away from your messiah and his “signature achievement” because both are abject failures and the majority of the American people know it.

      1. Raymond J Ambrozaitis says:

        Once in a great while instead of just reacting think first. You really look stupid when you say things as you just did here. How many “Republicans have stepped aside when they knew that a Tea Potty candidate was going to either win or come close? Not a freaking greedy one. It will never happen You asshats talk a good game but just like the word compromise is not in your lexicon neither is sacrifice.

        1. Karll says:

          You’re a brainwashed, leftist moron.
          Why don’t you troll elsewhere?
          Join the gang of idiots over at huffy post.

          1. Raymond J Ambrozaitis says:

            Hey moron who the fuck do you think you are? Read that Constitution you claim to value. It gives me the right to be here and I like seei8ng you make idiotic error after idiotic error plus get all upset and shit yourself.

          2. Karll says:

            Who are you kidding?
            You have a first amendment right to your moronic opinions and hopefully this site will wise up and block
            the postings of a retarded provocateur like yourself.

          3. Karll says:

            Raymond J Ambrozaitis

            Age 67 (you’re too old to be so stupid)

            (508) 946-0397

            46 Anderson
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            AMBROZR@AOL.COM

          4. Raymond J Ambrozaitis says:

            How about the fact that had you asked I would have given you the information moron? If I post my real name I do not fear your stupidity. How about you come for a visit? oh and by all means call that number please, give me some more grounds. Can’t deal with the topic so you play stupid childish games with grown ups? Come on come vidit.

          5. Raymond J Ambrozaitis says:

            Oh wait that was supposed to scare me right? Oops sorry it didn’t work!!

          6. Raymond J Ambrozaitis says:

            Hello Asshat, I am still waiting for your call. I Mean you posted the number and everything. CALL ME!

          7. Raymond J Ambrozaitis says:

            Let’s see who is gone first 🙂

      2. David in MA says:

        Those that drop out will receive a reward from the party.

      3. I Seigel says:

        WAIT! The Republicans already DO play the same cheap political games. Witness Thad Cochran’s primary election, among many others.

  • Karll says:

    Yeah, they wouldn’t want to lose that obstructionist piece of excrement as majority leader.

  • Ddenney1 says:

    1st step win the senate. 2nd step start weeding the RINO’s out. 3rd get conservatives in chairmanships. 4th take the White House and strengthen senate and house with MORE conservatives!! 5th get all libs out of EVERYTHING!!! Not one election it IS going to take SEVERAL!!!!

  • Jimmpeeh says:

    Most of the Republicans up there are just like the Democrats. All they are worried about is getting reelected and staying in power. Surely there are some folks with enough sense to what is happening to our country to try and make things better. Ted Cruz or Rick Perry would be good candidates for President. Anything is better than what we have up there now.

    1. helensatmary says:

      Right now Ted Cruz needs help in the Senate…and he would keep Republicans in theSenate in line!!!

  • sutherncon says:

    I would put no demonic action past Reed, Anti, and their cronies.

  • Wiseguy says:

    Military Coup NOW!

  • Jimmpeeh says:

    I pray to God the Republicans sweep the Senate and House. It is the only chance we have to save our country after the mess Obama and his band of thieves have made of things. Can you say “Obamacare”.

    1. Chief Cockeye says:

      It won’t do us any good if the Republicans we send to Congress in Nov 14 are as spineless as the RINOs already there. God help us.

      1. maryvalco says:

        I would rather have a spineless RINO than a Democrat. If Republicans don’t take the Senate this next election, it may take decades to repair this nation, or we may never be able to do it. If Hillary wins, on top of that, we are truly doomed.

    2. I Seigel says:

      Think about it. Unless the Republicans “sweep the Senate and House” with veto-proof margins (extremely unlikely) then what good will it do? Obama can and will veto any bills he doesn’t like, and his vetoes will be upheld. He’s used his veto power far less than other presidents, so maybe he’ll get to use it in the next Congress.
      In the meantime, by all means, pray to God. But maybe spread your prayers around to include the “myth” of climate change and maybe to hope for a good and speedy resolution to the Ebola epidemic.

    3. belladonnacotton says:

      Amen.

  • Tom Harlander says:

    I don’t expect the Republicans to take the Senate, and they may in fact have difficulty holding the seats they now have, in both the House and the Senate. I will vote for Mike Bost (IL-12) against Enyart, and for Jim Oberweis for Senate in Illinois against Durbin. But I’m not optimistic about either of them. I think Republicans are too complacent and think they have it this time. I don’t think so and won’t be disappointed if they don’t, but will be quite happy if in fact I’m wrong.

    1. Karll says:

      Even leftist polls favor the Repubs for control of both Houses.

      1. Tom Harlander says:

        But polls can be wrong, remember “Liberty” magazine’s poll in the 30s.

        1. Karll says:

          If the Repubs can refrain from doing something stupid that the left stream media will endlessly advertise 24/7, there is room for some optimism.

          1. David in MA says:

            What the repubs need to do is give their platform information to the people, face time like the obamaites do.

          2. I Seigel says:

            Highly doubtful. There are simply too many bozos running. As soon as they start making speeches to the already-converted, they get sloppy and say what’s REALLY in their hearts and minds. That’s when the s**t hits the fan. If it’s not “legitimate rape” this time around, you can be assured it’ll be something else equally objectionable and appalling.

      2. I Seigel says:

        Veto-proof? NOT!

        1. Karll says:

          Fair enough. Hell, they might not even take the Senate.
          But how great would it be if they did and we could fire Harry?
          How a clown gets away with shelving 300+ bills with impunity
          And little media coverage is beyond me.
          It seems the dems are running scared and running away from their messiah
          and his signature achievement.
          If the Repubs don’t blow it, there is a little room to be optimistic.

          1. I Seigel says:

            Maybe if BOTH leaders in Congress – Reid AND Boehner – would allow debates and votes on bills, we’d be better off. At least we could see that the democratic process is sort of working.

          2. David in MA says:

            I don’t understand how they can hold up a bill if a member brings it to the floor. Is congress so corrupt they will sacrifice the country for the power of party control?

          3. I Seigel says:

            I’m pretty sure that was a rhetorical question, but if you’re expecting an answer, I can provide one.

          4. David in MA says:

            well?

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