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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    we got em

    there's nothing they can do to turn it around

    they're fighting amongst themselves like rarely seen amongst a leadership in this town

    you're gonna see the cbc soon accusing the ethics committee of racism (they already are)

    it's gonna get ugly

    just who runs that committee, do you suppose?

    you got white in texas and barnes in georgia running and hiding when O comes to town

    obama is backing bennet with all he's got in colorado, yet romanoff, the state speaker who says he was offered a job to drop out, like specter, is currently leading

    clinton (bill) endorsed the outsider

    they're falling apart

    SEVENTY TWO percent in MISSOURI means a lot more than A POEM

    build that mosque, try ksm downtown, sue the people of arizona while looking the other way on sanctuary cities...

    do BACKDOOR AMNESTY!

    party on, progressives, rapidly oer the precipice

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    SEVENTY TWO PERCENT!

    wow!

    you can't get 72% of americans to agree on the weather

    the show me state is never wrong, no commonwealth is more bellwether, no state outside florida, virginia and our friends in the rust belt is more battleground

    we all know the dummy in the white house, despite the largeness of those lobes, is too deaf to hear

    but dpforums members?

    i'm so surprised

    turnout is all, enthusiasm is how you win elections in america

    gallup yesterday, which had obama at a new all time low of 41% approval, surveyed two to one the enthusiasm gap

    44% of republicans are eager, only 22% of party pelosi, proclaims the pollster of highest repute

    315,000 dems voted in missouri yesterday, 580,000 republicans

    in MICHIGAN, 525,000 blues turned out, 1.05 million reds

    in little old kansas, more than 4 to 1: 80,000 enlightened vs 335,000 knuckle draggers

    worry
    About what exactly? Republicans will pick up seats, but even Fox agrees they won't get a majority in either house...

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    if reds come close it's just as good

    voters are, on election day, INTIMIDATING

    and are you sure you're hearing correctly exactly what FOX said?

    LOL!

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    if reds come close it's just as good

    voters are, on election day, INTIMIDATING

    and are you sure you're hearing correctly exactly what FOX said?

    LOL!
    Yes, but your right, knowing them they are probably incorrect or are making multiple predictions.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    FOX said the republicans wouldn't take the house...

    LOL!

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    FOX said the republicans wouldn't take the house...

    LOL!
    Exactly...

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Exactly. Missouri has long been recognized as a belweather state.

    In regard to prop C, it probably won't hold up in court, but it doesn't matter.
    What are they going to do send in the Federal Troops to force people to buy healthcare like they did with desegregation? If the state governor holds firm then **** the Feds let them try to enforce their bull****.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-bipartisan View Post
    About what exactly? Republicans will pick up seats, but even Fox agrees they won't get a majority in either house...
    When's the last time a party has held onto both the House and the Senate in the midterm election of the administrations first term when that administration is in the same party holding both the House and the Senate? Historically the Democrats will lose at least one.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Just think of the things we could have done without him...LOL
    Congress could have done many things for the betterment of the US within the last 6 years, unfortunately they failed both themselves and the American people.

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    Re: Prop C passes overwhelmingly

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    Exactly. Missouri has long been recognized as a belweather state.

    In regard to prop C, it probably won't hold up in court, but it doesn't matter. This will provide a lot of momentum to removing the mandatory coverage requirement from Federal law, which is why passage was so important. I don't expect Republicans to take back either house this year, but in 2012, more Democratic seats than Republican ones will be up for grabs, and I expect the takeover of both houses to occur at that time. When it does, Republians are sure to repeal the portion of the health insurance bill that requires coverage, and it will have been non-binding elections like this one in Missouri that provided the mandate for the GOP to do it.
    Remember 1994.
    One good thing is many Libs don't know what mid-term elections are.

    Quote Originally Posted by pro-bipartisan View Post
    About what exactly? Republicans will pick up seats, but even Fox agrees they won't get a majority in either house...
    That is why we have elections.
    One Journolist Rag stated the senate is in play, though slim as it may be.

    I wouldn't feel too confident as a Democrat, and if they do hold, it makes Obi's 2012 run even more difficult.

    Obi has a public record now, and it doesn't exactly jibe with "The One We Have Been Waiting For" blarney. His only hope is for R's to win a majority, so he can continue doing what he knows how to do best as a professional agitator... play the blame game... shifting it from Bush to Congressional R's.

    Remember 1994.

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    The Clintons are what happens...
    when you have NO MORAL COMPASS.

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