here’s some good news for a change. Despite the Progressive Leftist nature of the Republican party, the 2010 class are solid Economic/Fiscal Conservatives. They have prevented Rockefeller Republicans and political Eunuch John Boehner from caving more to the Pharaoh than he would like. The Cook Political Report did a survey and found that the class of 2010 is in good shape and the majority will get re-elected.
WASHINGTON – The overwhelming majority of the 87 Republican lawmakers who swept into Congress in 2010 and took control of the U.S. House are likely to be re-elected this year, according to strategists and an analysis of redistricting changes.
That wave — fueled in large part by Tea Party momentum and campaign pledges of fiscal conservatism — is unlikely to recede in 2012 far enough to give Democrats the opportunity to regain control of the chamber.
“A lot of the freshmen are in good shape,” said David Wasserman, an election analyst for the non-partisan Cook Political Report.
This is good news in an otherwise depressing election. Hopefully the class of 2010 will be joined by another batch of economic/fiscally Conservatives in 2012. This Congressional block hopefully will stand up to Mitt Romney’s Progressive agenda and prevent him from nation building in Syria. The class of 2010 is our only hope to save this nation from the financial abyss.