Will GOP party like it’s 1946? Republicans aim for historic House majority

Congressional Republicans, buoyed by the president’s unpopularity, aren’t just looking to keep control of the House this year. They want to build a historic majority, the likes of which haven’t been seen since the end of World War II.

GOP leaders for months have been pushing what they call their “Drive to 245” – an ambitious plan to bring their numbers in the House to 245 seats. To get there, the party would have to win a net 11 seats.

By most accounts, the odds lean against the party hitting that historic goal; the GOP would need to execute a near-flawless performance on Election Day. But political observers aren’t ruling anything out.

3 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • fort9erdon says:

    Padding the numbers in the House is a nice sentiment, but…….. the real prize is capturing the Senate and running that lousy commie ba$tard, Harry Reid out of his position of leadership, and allowing the 300 bills that the House has passed, which Harry Reid blocks discussing them, Win the Senate, and the logjam in Washington breaks free. UNTIL , the commie Obama veto’s those 300 bills. Then who will the democrats have to blame for the logjam? ANSWER: NOBODY BUT OBAMA!!!

  • Raymond J Ambrozaitis says:

    1946? Hell they will go back further than that. They will party like Nero did!

  • mudguy1 says:

    The one way for this to happen is for the GOP to stop listening to Karl Rove Mcconnell and Boehner and the rest of the Rino’s.

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