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Wisconsin, Pennsylvania Go For Obama

Cottoneyed3 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 11:15 PM
Tonight's results simply means that this country WILL go over that fiscal cliff. We have NO leadership to stop it. obama is a very weak and very ineffective. Our Kim Kardashian culture has given this ridiculous, puny little "man".
Cosda Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 12:41 AM
Nothing has changed. A nation of nitwits has re-elected a nitwit. Some how we have still managed to keep the peoples House. Time to rally for 2014.

THESE ARE THE TIMES THAT TRY MEN'S SOULS...
Allen331 Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 11:34 PM
I hear you. But it's not over. . . well not yet.
Senate's still gonna be run by trash like Harry Reid . . . we'll see if Mrs. "I hate western culture" Osama still keeps to get to screw this country over from the White House (4 in Benghaze found out the hard way . . . not that the press gives a [blank].).

This looming potential farse reminds me of a joke . . . . .
QUESTION: "What's the best argument against democracy"?
ANSWER: "A five minute conversation with your average voter." (usually an emotionally laden liberal.)
In a disappointing finish for conservative activists in the midwest, both Wisconsin and Pennsylvania have gone for President Obama, narrowing Mitt Romney's path to the presidency.

While the races had narrowed considerably in recent weeks - and some polling showed Romney within the margin of error - President Obama had long held comfortable leads. Indeed, RealClearPolitics had shown President Obama up by only 3.8 percentage points over Mitt Romney. Regardless, that's a pickup of thirty electoral votes for the President.

This significantly narrows Romney's potential path to the presidency. Romney will have to win all...