On Wednesday, Rush Limbaugh dusted off his crystal ball and it told him that this year’s midterm elections will be “a wave election like 2010.”
Whether that turns out to be true remains to be seen. He thinks that conservatives have an opportunity to control the Senate and also increase their hold on the House, because there are a number of Democrat retirements, including a number of veterans such as Henry Waxman (D-CA) in the House.
No prizes for guessing that these Democrats are worried about being crushed for supporting the Obamacare debacle that they rammed down everyone’s throat, after not even bothering to read the stinking heap of garbage that is the Affordable Care Act.
Voters, including many democrats, are angry about what their lawmakers did to their healthcare, amongst other things, and exempted themselves from its provisions.
“They’re in the swan’s song portion of their lives anyway. Waxman, he doesn’t want to be a member of a minority in the House of Representatives, where basically all they’re doing is writing executive orders for President Barack Obama. These people don’t want to be in the minority. It’s no fun.” – Rush Limbaugh
His prediction for what will happen to the Democrat vote?
“I’m gonna go out on a limb here, I fully expect the 2014 midterms to be a wave election like 2010. I think the people of this country are gonna sweep Democrats out of office every chance they get, every opportunity they get.”
People may have been upset with George W. Bush, but that is nothing compared to the way they feel about how Obama and the democrats have used “steamroller tactics” on them. They are sick of the White House, the Congress and the judicial branches.
As Limbaugh put it, “I think this is setting up every bit as big as 2010, if not bigger. The tea party, the American people are livid by what’s going on. They can’t believe the people whose power is being stolen are not standing up and trying to get it back.”
When he made his 2010 midterm predictions, Limbaugh was right on the money.
He did so well with that prediction that he’s feeling upbeat about the prospect of this prediction coming true too.