- Aug 26, 2010
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Yes, I honestly do think. The majority of Americans want to preserve Roe, at least according to polls.Do you HONESTLY think that enough of a fire is going to be lit under Democrats to make a difference in the midterms? Lets look at the facts:
These aren't going to be your usual midterms. So looking back at "historical" results is pointless. Dems won two senate seats in Georgia along with its electoral votes precisely because they didn't care what naysayers were saying about campaigning in a "historically" red state.1. Midterms historically always favor the party opposite of the President.
Projections before the GOP decided to grab the political third rail by killing Roe. The outrage over this will only keep snowballing over the next months.2. Biden is overwhelmingly unpopular and the projections are really bad.
Already addressed in my previous comment. Not gonna repeat myself.3. Voter suppression.
Doomposting and falling for despair is unhealthy and is precisely what the GOP wants you to do. The GOP wants you to lose hope and give up. That's the most important part of voter suppression. Make voters to give up and become apathetic.
Don't fall for it.