Falling Dominoes

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You would wonder how an American who has served his country in the military, who is a family man, who is a conservative Republican could get elected in Hawaii. Because the trend (see barack hussein obama – who claims to have been born there) has been that only liberal Democrats could be sent to Washington from Hawaii.

Another Domino fell. barack, are you listening? YOUR people did not send a Democrat to the legislature this time. I wonder if they took note of your conduct in the White House and if they said to themselves that it had been a mistake.
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Republican Charles Djou won the special election for Hawaii’s First Congressional District. The Honolulu City Councilmember grabbed 39% of the vote. State Senate president Colleen Hanabusa came in second with 30% of the vote. Former US Representative Ed Case came in third, gathering 27% the vote.

“This is a momentous day. We have sent a message to the United States Congress. We have sent a message to the ex-governors. We have sent a message to the national Democrats. We have sent a message to the machine. We have told them, that we will not stand idly by as our great nation is burdened by too much taxes and too much wasteful spending” said Representative-elect Djou in front of hundreds of supporters at Republican headquarters in Honolulu.

I think the trend in November will be very similar – in that the people realized their mistake when they bought off on the lies told to them by the obama regime and the Democratic majority in the legislature.

5 thoughts on “Falling Dominoes

  1. This is good news! I hope this sends the Obama administration a clear message but I doubt this administration's listening to the outcry by the citizens. This administration only hears and sees what they want to see and hear. Hopefully, election day in November will open their eyes and ears up, but I doubt that also.

  2. I have to believe you're right. November will tell, but I think great things will happen, and just maybe Forest Obama will feel very alone in Washington.

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