Blue Hawaii Going to Red

There have been dark days in the Republican Patry, there have also been times when no wanted any Democrat in office. When these melt down happen the full blown party explosion becomes what the other side views as comical. They must sit around in strategy meeting discussing how easy it is going to be. Republican have to gloat a little it has been a good run since that dark day back in November 2008. Today we would like to use Hawaii as a place of thanks. There is a family feud in almost always Democratic state of Hawaii that could have them electing its first Republican congressman in decades. The GOP candidate is Charles Djou and on Saturday in a special election he is running against two Democrats. The two democrats are splitting their party vote that might mean the loss of a Democratic seat in Congress. This should also bother President Barack Obama remember he was supposedly born in Hawaii. If you do not know who an election works in Hawaii it is all-mail election voter were sent ballots almost three weeks ago have until Saturday to return them. There are 14 candidates seeking the seat it looks like the battle between State Senate President Colleen Hanabusa and U.S. Rep. Ed Case will make it an easy victory for Charles Djou. Our man Djou has run a disciplined campaign focused on taxes and government spending at a time when Hawaii’s tourism-driven economy remains troubled. He bashes Obama’s health care and economic stimulus policies, and in a radio interview last month said he is running to take the “exact opposite” positions from Obama. How can anyone not vote for that? The fix could be in though as already an estimated 46 percent of the ballots have been returned as of Wednesday. This is higher than the 13.3 percent who voted during the last special congressional election. This is only temp job as the winner will have to run to keep the seat in November.

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