Looking at the election results my thoughts....

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    I seriously hope Republitards don't mistake these results as an endorsement of their policies and or what they claim to stand for, these election results are just the inverse of what happened in 2008, each party feeding feeding off voter anger and and voters being too damn stupid to realize that no matter who you put in office from either party the same problems are going to remain and exist and that this seesawing back and forth isn't the solution, its time for a third party. The problem with the Dems and Obama is that they said all the right things but were not aggressive enough in selling them to the people. The Republitards, regardless of how much fearmongering and misinformation they used have to be given credit for aggressively promoting it, but bottom line neither party is going to solve the problem of reducing poverty, improving schools, reducing crime rates, lowering unemployment and improving the economy. Its amazing how two billionaires, the Koch brothers, managed to drown out the best interests and voices of the masses who really need help, there's way more poor people than there are billionaires and yet the rich have won again. If the Dems want to regain some credibility they have to do more than just play the "we are the lesser of the two evils" card, they're going to have to really make more of an effort, the good thing is that the Teabaggers, with their uncompromising style and rhetoric, they will not make it past one term, they're going to learn the hard way that they're ging to have to compromise or be gone.
     
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    I don't think the GOP are stupid enough to see this as an overwhelming victory.... because it is not. It should send a message to both parties.... Neither has the full backing of the American people. We do not want to go left. We do not want to go right.

    Unfortunately, re-electing some of the most corrupt bastards in Congress - such as Franks and Boxer - also sends a message that we don't require our politicians to be honest. That is disappointing to me.
     
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    You can bet the farm that the American people are fed up with the democrats. obamas old seat gose to a Republican. But you believe what you want, as a matter of fact you and other democrats can continue to believe your shit. If you do the DNC will be a dying breed in the very near future.
     
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    Are you hard of hearing and paying attention? Americans are fed up with both parties, its not just Democrats, they're not exactly gushing with confidence for Republitards either. Both parties need to quit their consistent chimping out over their own personal interests and work together for the good of the people, no one party is going to solve the problem and have all the answers.
     
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    Never said they weren't fed up with the republicans but from the looks of things they are more fed up with the democrats.
     
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    There's Teabaggers that got elected who are determined not to work together to help the country, stop the partisan bickering.
     
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    Not all of American help elect Franks or boxer
    Just Californias , and Mass. Which should speak volumes to make your point.
     
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    You just done't get it do you? there better not be any compromising with obamas agenda. PERIOD.
     
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    The GOP also picked up a couple more 'token blacks' and a few Hispancis. It's gonna get pretty hard to keep callin' 'em racists if they keep that up. You're gonna need a new game.
     
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    Don't look at me, I voted against the Democrats in CA. Across the ballot, GOP.... first time in my life I've ever done that.
     

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