Friday, October 08, 2010

When Does The Wave Become A Tsunami? Right Around...Now

With the release of this stunning poll, showing the city of Detroit getting a in the face:

A new independent poll has the dean of the U.S. House, Rep. John Dingell, trailing his Republican opponent, Rob Steele, by 4 percentage points.

The automated phone survey of 300 people in the 15th Congressional District showed Steele getting 43.8% of the vote. Dingell, a Dearborn Democrat and the longest-serving member of Congress, got 39.5%. About 11% were undecided.

"It's kind of what we hear on the ground. We're hearing from everybody about the need for change and the need for someone who is not a career politician," Steele said.
Dingell was elected in 1954 and followed his father to represent the district.

You wanna know why? Go here for some video of Dingell talking about controlling the American people via ObamaCare, of him calling opponents to health care reform terrorists, and comparing town hall protesters to the KKK.

Maybe the people of Detroit have seen and heard enough, and are willing to give Dr. Steele a try. Or maybe, they're tired of voting for the people who turned their city into this:

Hopefully, the rest of us will wake up before these become common sites nationwide...

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