U.S. Rep. Dennis Moore, a Democrat who confounded the GOP by winning six consecutive elections in a heavily Republican district, will not seek re-election next year, key Democrats said Sunday.
Moore, who represented Johnson, Wyandotte and a portion of Douglas counties, will issue a statement today explaining his decision and outlining his plans. Moore, 64, is expected to finish out his term, which ends in January 2011. [...]
Maybe he's just as upset about the unconstitutional federal health care Bill and all of the unconstitutional congress critters?
[...] What is happening to Moore in KS3 now is part of a nationwide phenomenon that will become more apparent going into the 2010 mid-terms.
Middle-class voters perceive that the ascent of Obama to the White House has resulted in a political imbalance that in turn produced bad economic policies. Even many of those who voted for "Hope and Change" now want to elect Republicans to Congress to restore balance in Washington. In suburban and rural districts where Bush won in 2004 but Democrats currently hold congressional seats, the anti-Bush backlash that dominated in 2006 and 2008 has ended. [...]
If you cannot win by cheating, quit.
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