Occidental Dissent is your portal into the “mainstream” where important changes are going on in White America (like the quiet death of the Louisiana Democratic Party on 9/11) that are not getting the proper attention on other websites in the pro-White blogosphere:
(1) There are two special elections coming up for the House in Nevada and New York: Democrats will probably get their ass kicked in both of them. They will probably lose the heavily Jewish Anthony Weiner seat in Queens.
In 2012, Democrats need to pickup 24 seats in the House to retake the majority, with Barack Hussein Obama at the top of the ticket. It shouldn’t be forgotten either that congressional districts are being redrawn by the Republican-controlled state legislatures which will solidify their gains for a decade in Dixie and the Midwest.
The Blue States are losing seats in the House due to reapportionment. If this shit sandwich wasn’t hard enough for the Democratic Party to swallow, the extinction of the White Southern Democrat has the few remaining Blue Dogs in states like Arkansas and Oklahoma announcing their retirements.
In other words, the few remaining blue splotches on the House map in Dixie which are not Voting Rights Act districts carved out for the Congressional Black Caucus are going to be turning red soon. It will be impossible task for the Democrats to retake the House in 2012.
As long as Republicans control the House, the DREAM Act and related amnesty legislation is dead, and Obama will have to rely upon his executive powers to pander to African-Americans and Hispanics. He will also take the full brunt of the White backlash without congressional air cover.
(2) In all the noise about Barack Hussein Obama’s impending landslide defeat in 2012, we have forgotten about Congress and the state legislatures, especially the U.S. Senate, which will prove much more interesting.
Sen. Herb Kohl (D-WI), Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA), Sen. Kent Conrad (D-ND), Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-NM), Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-CT), and Sen. Daniel Akaka (D-HI) are retiring. The Democrats who will be called upon to replace them are going to be running with Obama at the top of the ticket.
Sen. Diane Feinstein of California, Sen. Ben Nelson of Nebraska, Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri, Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania, Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland, Sen. Tom Carper of Delaware, Sen. Amy Klobuchur of Minnesota, Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio, Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Sen. Maria Cantwell of Washington, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, Sen. Jon Tester of Montana, Sen. Ben Nelson of Florida, and Sen. Debbie Stabenow of Michigan are running for reelection.
As for the Republicans, lets not forget that RINO Sen. Dick Lugar and RINO Sen. Orrin Hatch have to go through the Republican primary this year. It’s going to be an exciting year in the U.S. Senate. Lugar can easily be dispensed with this year.
All these Democratic Senators have to run with Obama at the top of the Democratic ticket in a collapsing American economy that Obama promised to restore in 2008.
Unlike 2010, the Democrats also have to defend virtually all the seats that are up for grabs this year, the majority of which are in the Heartland this time around.
So, the only real question here is, by what margin will the Democrats lose control of the U.S. Senate? Harry Reid controls the Senate because there are 51 Democrats and 2 Independents (Lieberman and Sanders) that caucus with Democrats.
Do Republicans have a shot at winning 13 Senate seats? New Mexico, North Dakota, Missouri, West Virginia, Virginia, Florida, Montana, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, Washington.
It could easily happen. The Democrats had to fight to hold onto the Murray and Boxer and seats in Washington and California last year.
(3) Obama’s widely heralded “pivot to jobs” speech was a bomb in the polls. It did nothing to change his collapsing approval numbers.
In the New York Times, Democrats Fret Aloud Over Obama’s Chances. Considering the catastrophic “shellacking” of 2010, which came close to ending Harry Reid’s career, and which annihilated the Democrats in the Midwest and Dixie, it is hard to believe that Democrats would actually want four more years of Obama’s leadership.
Can you imagine what five more years of Obama’s speeches and economic policies would be like for the Democratic Party? Vermont and Massachusetts would be up for grabs in 2016.
Obama has made Oregon a swing state:
“In my district, the enthusiasm for him has mostly evaporated,” said Representative Peter A. DeFazio, Democrat of Oregon. “There is tremendous discontent with his direction.”
(4) Ronald Brownstein had another dire warning about the need to bridge the gap between the brown and the gray.
In the world of Democratic pollsters, White America is “gray” because the Baby Boomers are gray. In reality, even after the Baby Boomers retire and die off, there will be more White Americans around than there were throughout most of our history.
The real gap that will need to be bridged is the one between the Gen X’ers and the Millennials and their children and the swelling mass of retiring Baby Boomers and the Black Undertow and the Brown Tide which will crush the American economy.
How will the Gen X’ers and the Millennials handle the situation when they inevitably inherit America? Do you think they are going to put illegal aliens and black people first?
How liberal are the Boomerangs now that they have graduated from college into the Second Great Depression? Last time I checked the polls, the most dramatic swing in the White community from 2008 was among the White Millennials, who have dropped Obama like a hot potato.
(5) David Brooks mentions Alasdair MacIntyre and Charles Taylor in his Op-Ed column. American culture must be reaching new levels of moral depravity.