by Steve Deace
It’s a good thing the politicians aren’t telling us 2014 is “the most important election of our lifetimes” like they seemingly always do every other campaign, because I doubt anybody would believe it. Starting with themselves.
I have attended or spoken at several conservative conferences all over the country the past few months, and while I don’t want to say the energy level for the 2014 midterms is lacking, people seemed more fired up about the “Frozen” storyline coming to “Once Upon a Time” than they are about the Republicans capturing the U.S. Senate.
Sure, everybody says the right thing about rallying around the elephant and relegating Harry Reid back to minority leader status. They just don’t say it with any conviction, and they say it with the same body language that girl in high school exhibited when she said “let’s just be friends.” The conservatives I talk to believe two things are likely to occur as a result of November 4th:
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