2018, Senate Democrats Who Must Run Or Retire

As hard as it is to believe, the 2018 elections are less barely 16 months away. That means time is growing short to selecte a Candidate,and get a campaign off the gorund in time to win an election.

Every House member must run for reelection every two years, so if your Congressman or Congresswoman is an ANTI, it is time to change the defective bulb. Find a candidate, and push.

Much the same thing happens in the senate, but Senators terms are six years, only one third of the Senate will be forced to reup or resign.

Due to the Obama landslide of 2012,a lot of Democrats werw swept int office in 2012, and are waiting to be swept out with the other rubbish in 2018. Accordingly, here is a list of “Z” rated ANTI-Party Senators who have hung around Wshington much too long.

If one of these is your Senator, find a good candidate and put them in office. Just remember,every Democrat either takes orders from Party leadership, or loses all their seniority and committee assignments, becoming essentially a nobody on the hill. The case of Rep. John Dingell {D-MI], proves the point.

In 1992, John was a solid friend in Congress,a staunch 2A supporter,and an NRA director. According to several reports, somone from the DNC called John, and said “Dingell, Hillary wants you to know that if you vote against the Assault Weapons Ban you will be stripped of all seniority and all committee assignments. You have one hour to call Hillary and pledge your votge.”

So Rep. John Dingell resigned his NRA directorship, and voted like a good little Democrat,against gun rights and for gun confiscation.

The members of the Senate who are vulnerable to that sort of blackmail and that are up for reelection in 2018 are:

1. Baldwin, Tammy – (D – WI) *

2. Brown, Sherrod – (D – OH)

3. Cantwell, Maria – (D – WA)

4. Cardin, Benjamin L. – (D – MD)

5. Carper, Thomas R. – (D – DE)

6. Casey, Robert P., Jr. – (D – PA) I

7. Donnelly, Joe – (D – IN)

8. Feinstein, Dianne – (D – CA)

9. Gillibrand, Kirsten E. – (D – NY)

10. Heinrich, Martin – (D – NM)

11. Heitkamp, Heidi – (D – ND)

12. Hirono, Mazie K. – (D – HI)

13. Kaine, Tim – (D – VA)

14. King, Angus S., Jr. – (I – ME)

15 Klobuchar, Amy – (D – MN)

16. Manchin, Joe, III – (D – WV)

17. McCaskill, Claire – (D – MO)

18. Menendez, Robert – (D – NJ)

19. Murphy, Christopher – (D – CT) I

20 Nelson, Bill – (D – FL)

21. Sanders, Bernard – (I – VT)

22. Stabenow, Debbie – (D – MI)

23.0Tester, Jon – (D – MT)

24.0Warren, Elizabeth – (D – MA)

25. Whitehouse, Sheldon – (D – RI)

Heidi Heitkamp has kep a very low profil on most of our issues, and froim the way she votes I strongly would do a good job for the womenfolks if the Party allowed. But the rest of these are diehard Democratic Socilaists, who think no progress can be made until the people are unable to resist the State. Even when the State’s demands are criminal in themselves, such as the Holocaust.

And realistically, there are six of those that are probably out of our grasp at this time. We are very unlikely to send Maxie Hirono home, for example.

But we have a much better than even chance on 12, and better than even on 7. If we work for a pro-gun, pro-Constitution Senator and if our community votes.
We have the votes, we have the money, so it boils down to “can we make the time?”

We had better, because there is no replacement for America for at least 600 years.

Stranger

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