This is from last night in Missouri
The energy, the enthusiasm, the momentum, if you will, is on the conservative side.
I don’t believe I have ever seen those in charge of everything, Senate, House, and presidency, be so extremely unhappy. I saw a comment made by someone who is obviously jealous, from someone on the “winning” side, at least for now, that this was a “hate fest.” [Quick. Get out there and say something ugly. That’s right.]
That is just laughable.
This represents the life blood of America. And we have to win if we want to save our country. The hate fest is coming from the other side with many lies and slurs, trying to quell this uprising of citizens, and when you see this crowd you can understand why. This is positive. This is powerful. The forces trying to divide us will not prevail. We are going to win – we will win because right is on our side and the truth will prevail .
Now, the other side of the story is illustrated here.
Harry Reid has to hide the arrival time for his “bus tour” for fear of protesters. Now, this is his own state and his own constituents, mind you. He told Greta Van Susteren that people were much nicer to him now that health care was passed, so I don’t know what he’s worried about.
One woman did say that because she qualified for health care (whatever that means) she would vote for him forever. What’s funny is the big question is: “Where do we sign up for the free health care?”
Nancy Pelosi said: “I travel the country, and people are so thrilled about what it means for them, as they learn more about it.”
Pelosi – 11 %
Reid – 8 %