Predictions for 2014
Needless to say, predictions for 2014 are all over the map. (Here are some links.)
In no particular order of importance or validity:
Mitch McConnell will lose his Senate seat. His Democratic opponent (not the teabirther) will win the election.
Neither the House nor the Senate will change hands.
Rick Perry will run for president again; Jeb Bush will not.
The teatard governors of Florida and Pennsylvania will not be re-elected.
Ukraine's pro-Russia totalitarian leader will not be in power at the end of 2014.
There will be a deal between the U.S. and Iran, but the deal might create more problems than it solves.
According to a Vedic astrologer, Hillary Clinton will never become president of the United States. Therefore: “If the Democrats want to win the 2016 elections, they had better find some good candidate. I would love to see the horoscopes of all the aspiring Presidents and would then say who would be the best President for this country!”
Noam Chomsky doesn't have much hope for 2014: “We are racing towards environmental catastrophe and the growing threat of nuclear war, as if we were determined to fall off a precipice.”
Uh oh, and we don't have our Life Alert medallion.
Interesting times ahead.
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