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Don’t Book a Ride on the Red Wave Just Yet

I was caught up in the euphoria of the thought of a Red Wave, a Tsunami, sweeping across America in November. Many Democrats announced retirement rather than go out a loser in the wake of Joe Biden’s dismal performance. They were smart or premature. I hope the latter is the correct response.

I am tempering my hopes and dreams of the Republicans taking control of the House and Senate and thwarting any attempt at policy by an ever declining President Joe Biden. Declining is a double entendre as he is failing mentally and in the polls. It is hard to watch Joe wander on a purely human level as it reminds us of our mortality. We ease our anxiety by joking about Joe extending his hand to an invisible supporter. We share videos of Joe being escorted around the South lawn by an aide dressed in a bunny suit.

All the while, Jen Psaki feeds us a fake tuna sandwich telling all that Joe is not only fit but will run for re-election. Joe continues to make verbal blunders, and Jen walks them back in her briefing. This dance is their form of a two-step, not a good one. Republicans have an impeachment Motion and an Article 25 resolution in their briefcases, waiting for the day they have the power to use them. In November, that day will be delivered by a Red Wave, which I fear may only be a ripple on the pond.

The Republicans[‘ still have the Three M’s to get through. Money, Media, and Manipulation are always on the side of the Dems. This trifecta will save their day and leave us Republicans shaking our heads in bewilderment. Let me use the NH District 1 House race. Pappas should be vulnerable and retired come November, but it is nearly a miracle to unseat an incumbent. There are currently three Republicans vying for the nod to lock horns with Pappas in the fall. They each have about $500,000, according to their quarterly report. Pappas has $1.7M in his coffer to fend off whoever the challenger may be.

The Media is turning on Joe now, but they cannot turn their heads on the obvious. Joe’s Presidency is dead. The Media is chomping at the bit, wondering who the Dems will put up instead of Biden, for you know they will support whoever has the D after their name. The sight of Obama touring talking about Misinformation and Truth in Politics shows that Manipulation will be in high gear. The Left has killed most efforts at voting changes leaving the door open to questionable results and disappointment for the Right.

I hope I am wrong, but you cannot deny the stars are aligning for a night of disappointment for Conservatives. There is still time to change destiny, but the Republicans have to open one hand for donations while clenching the other to fight. It is not hyperbole to say this fight will be for the future of our country. You have to look at the last fifteen months of failed Democrat policies to see a dark lot if they are not stopped. I hope for the best, but my realistic side is saying not so fast.

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Ray Cardello

As a lifelong Conservative and resident of New Hampshire, Ray Cardello is positioned to speak with common sense about the happenings of the nation and the region. Conservative View from New Hampshire is Ray’s second blog and podcast effort in 20 years. He has published over 1,000 articles since January 2021, is syndicated on 15 websites, and is published on over 65 sites. Ray is passionate about his writing and sees the Internet as the only way for Conservatives to compete with the mainstream media. Ray claims there will be much to discuss as we move forward and his blog will not focus strictly on Washington but will also delve into State and Local issues as well. There is so much going on and so little factual sources of information to rely on.

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  1. Ray, you’re right. “Don’t count your chickens before they hatch”…..Euphoria can slide into complaceny without notice. It’s going to take each and every voting age conservative rolling up their sleeves and hitting the bricks to offset the ‘M’s. We know they have money and experienced their ‘manipulation’ skills to get Biden elected. In oue favor we hold something they lack….Love of God and Country…..this edge is only good if we actually use it.
    Volunteers in campaign are an ace in the hole and while many can’t donate money, time is priceless. Block walkers, handing out flyers, registering voters, speaking at local civic organizations, writing letter to editors, phone banks……all are necessary to WIN….and win we must!

    Block walking can be fun and great excerise when done in pairs. The last one I did my partner was a woman about 75 yr that used a scooter to get atound !! What a hoot!! Another working woman made used her lunch break to sit in her car and make phone calls….Where there is a will….there is a way……We gotta do it !!

  2. I agree that we conservatives should not be “popping the bubbly” just yet. RINOs out number us and control the Republican party consistent with the agenda of the Democrat party Remember: RINOs and Dems are all part of the same elite ruling class. Even if there is a red tsunami, there’s no guarantee RINOs will govern to our benefit, rather than their own.

    Clarification: The oxford dictionary defines the term “double entendre” as a word or phrase open to two interpretations, one of which is usually risqué or indecent. Explain how usage of this term in the following sentence from the above article is correct, “Declining is a double entendre as he is failing mentally and in the polls.” What is the risqué or indecent interpretation?

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