2010 effect on 2012 Election..

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    There is no doubt that Democrats and their policies were soundly rejected in the 2010 election..... basically, they got their asses kicked...:eusa_boohoo:

    Republicans + 6 Governorships, +5 Senate seats and a whopping +63 House seats...:thup:

    This doesn't even include all the individual state elected seats Republicans gained.


    Soooo anyway... Considering that Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi have stalled legislation and refused to work with Republicans in solving America's obvious problems and that the States that are generally showing the greatest success are run by Republican Governors...


    Well I'm Thinking... Obamabots are going to be pretty pissed and confused come November 7th...:bye1:


    btw.. Republicans really kicked butt in Ohio in 2010...The defeat of Gov. Ted Strickland by John Kasich, a Republican, was one of the most painful outcomes of the election for Democrats and President Obama, who campaigned repeatedly in Ohio, as did Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. and former President Bill Clinton.



    House Map - Election Results 2010 - The New York Times
     
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    Meh, not so much.

    In 2006 and 2008, the Dems gained a net 15 Senate Seats, and 55 House Seats.

    It's Eb and Flow.

    This time, Obama will win a second term, the Repukes might grab one Senate Seat, and the Dems will pick up about 15 house seats, most of them occuppied by the most toxic Teabaggers like Joe Walsh.
     
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    I agree, and they should be distancing themselves from those toxic individuals. Republicans know voters hate these extremist views on issues whether they are Christian or not.
     
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    Spent the last few weekends making phone calls on behalf of Tammy Duckworth to get this turd out....
     
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    Good for you.
     
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    Well, a lot of people want this guy out, so I let them know about early voting and make arrangements for them to get to the polling place. But really, lots of folks in the district are motivated to expunge this idiot.
     
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    And the GOP "mandate" of 2010 failed to deliver in the next term.

    There is no significant crossover at all in 2012.
     
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    Because the establishment pushed Romney down their throats.

    Here's what's going to happen.

    Romney will lose, and the TEA Party will insist that it was because he wasn't a "real" conservative (which is true).

    The TEA Party will be here long after Romney is gone. It's the establishment GOP that's going to have problems rationalizing itself.
     
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    JoeB, of course, has no understanding of the right of center and the GOP, far less than the lack of stellar discussion of the far left.

    JoeB, you have no impact on this discussion, none.
     
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    He wants Mormons thrown in the oven.
     

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