The 2010 future of the Democrat party is looking bleak …
There is one thing that has been learned from the partisan Democrat ramming through of Obamacare in the Senate against the will of the people. The only good Democrat is one voted out of office.
Democrats in some serious trouble in North Dakota in Republican Governor John Hoeven decides to run for Senate in 2010. If Hoeven runs, incumbent Senator Byron Dorgan is all but gone. In a recent Rasmussen poll, Hoeven leads Dorgan 58% to 36% with only 6% undecided.
Incumbent Democratic Senator Byron Dorgan may have a serious problem on his hands if Republicans recruit Governor John Hoeven to run for the U.S. Senate in North Dakota next year.
The first Rasmussen Reports Election 2010 telephone survey of likely voters in North Dakota finds the popular Republican governor leading Dorgan by 22 points – 58% to 36%. Just six percent (6%) are undecided in that senatorial contest.
Why is Dorgan getting his butt handed to him in the poll? Because Dorgan is going against the will of his constituents when it comes to Obamacare, as opposition to the health care plan is higher in North Dakota than it is nationally.
What do you think that this means what is in store for the rest of Democrats, including Nebraska’s Ben Nelson? Democrats are about to learn a real lesson in civics … It’s not nice to fool with WE THE PEOPLE!.