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Where are the Red Wave of States ?

mturn115 Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 11:04 AM
What the Democrats are truly selling was purposely not made clear to the voters, as was stated, Obama was elected "all without actually revealing a second term agenda, or any evidence that their policies had done any good." This was the year of the uninformed voter, the voter who voted for a man because of what he said, because he said the other guy was rich, and because Obama cared, but not because of what Obama did over the past 4 years (which the uninformed voter has little clue or care about), nor because of what Obama promised to do (which he mentioned sparingly). This was the shining moment of the uninformed voter which gave us 4 more years of misery of Obama.
MikefromDE Wrote: Nov 13, 2012 11:13 AM
mturn: No, both sides presented clearly who they were and what they represented. One side slightly outnumbered the other. Besides, your excuse undermines all the other ones that paint liberals as evil agents sacrificing morals and freedom for self-serving hedonism.

To put it mildly, many in the GOP were not pleased with the outcome of last night’s elections. This represents a national repudiation of reality: we have tossed out the doctor because we don’t like his prognosis. The spending addict does not want an intervention; he wants more spending, no matter what.

The Democrats banked on their 2008 coalition, and won big, bigger than big. This wasn’t just a narrow survival by a weak incumbent president, it was a nationwide wave, a sweep at every level, from the president down to ballot initiatives like redefining marriage and legalizing marijuana. You...