Friday, September 22, 2006

And Now For The Good News...

My Way News:
MONROE CITY, Indiana (Reuters) - In a dozen districts across the U.S. heartland, voter unhappiness has imperiled Republicans, setting the stage for what could be the biggest anti-incumbent midterm election since 1994.

Pat Wilkerson says U.S. troops and veterans are her first priority, believes family values are important and voted Republican in 2004. But in November she'll switch parties -- though not because Democrats have won her over.

'When I vote now, it's not who I'm voting for, it's who I'm voting against,' said the 59-year-old administrator, adding she is fed up with the war in Iraq and wants troops home.

'I think a lot of Republicans who are in office are at risk,' Wilkerson said as she watched sweating politicians work the crowd at a town festival in Monroe City in southwest Indiana.

Polls show U.S. voters are overwhelmingly unhappy with the direction of the country.
That's more like it. Keep thinking, people!
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