The Most Important Election in a Generation! GO VOTE TODAY!

by Warner Todd Huston | November 2, 2010 10:05 am

The polls are now open all across this great land for what promises to be one of the most historic upsets in American electoral history. And you have a chance to be a part of it.

More than just a wild ride of a vote, though, this midterm election could serve as the last chance for conservatives to fully affect the direction that the United States of America is going.

If conservatives don’t win big and then proceed to press their advantage in the coming 2 years, it could mean the end of the U.S. as we know it and the permanent rise of the Euro States of America.

So, folks, you simply MUST vote GOP today.

But that won’t be the end of our work. After this election we need to force our new representatives and senators to toe the conservative line. We cannot allow this coming Congress to succumb to Washingtonitis and slip into a George W. Bush-style of Democrat lite.

My last warning is that if we do not win big and then hold and press our advantage we risk alienating every Tea Party/conservative American out there. We risk driving all of them out of their newfound interest in electoral politics and if that happens the anti-American left will take over permanently. If that happens the U.S. will be destroyed and we will be the last generation that remembers when America was a free nation.

This is the single most important election in a hundred years. In fact there are only two other elections that were as important to the country. That of George Washington — the man who set the high tone for our nations — and Abraham Lincoln’s — the man that faced Civil War. Those two historic elections made this country into what it is. This election could return us to the America we should be. But if we don’t follow up with constant pressure on Washington to stay on the true American path, it will all be for naught.

Don’t sit home and whine that the country isn’t going the right way. GO VOTE and do your part to set it on that path.

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