Tuesday, October 1, 2013

 
WILL COUNTY JUDGE CARLOS CASCOS
PAY THE PRICE FOR THE SHUTDOWN?

The polling data is showing the American people are putting most of the blame for the government shutdown on the Republicans. Generally the rule is "all politics is local" Not on this one - Independents decide elections and the Independents are not happy with the Republicans. The only good news for Cascos is, the Democrats so far are only running very weak candidates.

THE SHUTDOWN IS GOOD:  In case you have not noticed nothing has been fixed.  Nothing will get fixed until the Democrats control the White House, Senate, and House - this divided government is not working.  I can only hope come November 2014, the Republicans will lose the House - it is a long shot - but it can happen.

The people need to understand there will be no budget and no solution to any real problems so long as we have divided government.  It is really that simple. 

Judge Cascos needs to denounce the Republican Tea Party for holding the country hostage.  The Tea Party Republicans are not going to stay home or vote Democrat if he denounces them.  They do not want to give up what little headway they have made in Cameron county. 

The good news is the shut down will force the people to look at the why, government is not working.  The longer the shutdown lasts the more people will realize divided government is the problem.  In the end this will benefit the Democrats.
 
HEADS-UP
 


WENDY DAVIS EXPECTED TO ANNOUNCE
FOR GOVERNOR ON OCTOBER 3RD
The shutdown could help Wendy Davis.  The Independents decide elections.  It is possible that large numbers of Independents are going to flip come November 2014.  I believe her election right now is a long-shot, but the mood against the Republicans is growing.  If she in fact announces on the 3rd, the governors race could be interesting.  If she gets close in early polling, I expect a complete extremist right wing meltdown among Republicans as they through their own words hang themselves.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Cascos uses party identification only for personal reasons. He could care less about other people, he only cares about himself. He would be a Democrat if it benefited him, just like he turned Republican because he saw an advantage that would benefit him, not because he all of a sudden believed in conservative values.