Dem reps: read this and weep
Democratic Congressman facing a vote on Obama Care have another reason to think it over very, very carefully. Is it the hand of God or the mouth of Joe Biden? We may never know. But whatever the cause, Republicans, for the first time in L'Age d'Obama, lead Democrats in Rasumssen's Generic Congressional Ballot for the fourth week in a row. And the gap between the two parties is growing wider:
Support for Republican congressional candidates has reached its highest level in over two years as the GOP lengthens its lead over Democrats in the latest edition of the Generic Ballot.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 42% would vote for their district’s Republican congressional candidate while 38% would opt for the Democratic candidate.