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Hollywood Won 2012?

John6445 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:48 AM
How did Hollywood win? Most incumbents were re-elected. Nothing changed in Washington. However, thirty states now have Republican governors. It seems that the Democrats broke even while the Republicans made some gains.
JacqueDarcy Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 8:32 PM
That's the odd thing. 30 states with Republican governors. And to think WI wanted to get rid of Gov. Walker - such dolts.
JacqueDarcy Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 8:31 PM
That's the odd thing. 30 states with Republican governors. And to think WI wanted to get rid of Gov. Walker - such dolts.
Jeanne116 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 11:47 AM
This was the bright spot in a very cloudy day because it is the states with the Republican Governors that are doing well. Unfortunately, the residents of the State of Ohio forgot that when they went to the polls because they were brain-washed by the Dems that Obama was responsible for their growth...nothing is further from the truth. We may have some stupid voting problems but we are still counting here because most of us do not want to hand Florida over to Obama, even if is now meaningless. Allen West is fighting, so please pray for him. He loves America, which is more than I can say for a lot of other people.
The television industry loves to claim that all of the sex, violence and foul-mouthed language it displays has zero harmful effects on children. On the other hand, they would never dream of telling their advertisers that their paid messages on TV have no effect. So does the entertainment industry have an impact or doesn't it?

The answer is that Tinseltown certainly has an effect, and when that effect is felt in the political arena, the hell with pretending they don't. They openly celebrate.

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