Update VIII: Toomey new Republican Senator from Pennsylvania. He cements big wins in the keystone state. Kiss of death Obama with 12 repeated visits finishes off Ted Strickland. The Ohio House and every statewide seat up for election was won by Republicans. Kiss of death Obama kills off mob banker friend Alexi Giannoulias who wanted Obama’s seat. Harry Reid wins reelection – 2×4 Schumer, who wanted Reids leader job, just slit his wrist.
Update VII:John Spratt Chairman of Budget Committee defeated in South Carolina. Pomeroy (D) also defeated in North Carolina. Boxer reelected. Brown wins too. Patrick Murphy (D) out in Pennsylvania. Mary Jo Kilroy (D) out in Ohio (will any Dimocrat survive in Ohio?). Ike Skelton (D) goes to the bone orchard in Missouri. African-Americans Allen West and Tim Scott, both Republicans elected. Republican Latina now governor of New Mexico.
Update VI: Michelle Bachman to Chris O’Tingles “I think people are thrilling tonight, I imagine that thrill is maybe not quite so tingly on your leg anymore, I’m not sure anymore.” See Video Here with a sign that says “How’s the Tingle Chris? Ha! Matthews erupts! O’Tingles says “I never used that word.” Ha!
Wonderful exchange on Fox News with Sarah Palin and Ferraro. As soon as we get the video we will post it. Down with Neanderthals!
Rarino (R) beats Carney in Pennsylvania. Harris (R) beats Kratovil! Zack Space (D) defeated in Ohio. Feingold defeated in Wisconsin!!!! Haley wins in South Carolina!!
Update V: Barney Frank (D) wins reelection in Massachusetts. Southerland (R) beats long time incumbent Allen Boyd in Florida. Carol Shea-Porter loses to Guinta (R). Chet Edwards loses to Flores in Texas. Branstad (R) wins governorship in Iowa. Dahlkemper (D) defeated in Pennsylvania.Kanjorski (D) defeated as well. Republican Walker wins Wisconsin governorship.
One-half of the Republican ticket in 2012 or certainly in 2016:
Update IV: Cuomo wins Governor in New York, 2.4 Schumer wins and Gillibrand wins (Hillary’s former seat in the senate). Snyder (R) wins governorship of Michigan. Rick Perry reelected. Corbett (R) new governor in Pennsylvania. NBC projects Republicans win U.S. House of Representatives. Fox News projects a Republican takeover of the U.S. House of Representatives with an historic 60 seats.
Update III: Kiss of death Obama finishes off Perriello (D) in Virginia. Manchin (D) wins in West Virginia (a two year term only) which probably kills the possibility of a Senate takeover but Manchin will be a very conservative Dim vote. Kosimas (D) loses in Florida. Alan Grayson (D) loses. Todd Young (R) wins big in Indiana.
Update II: Marco Rubio (R) wins in Florida. Coons (D) beats O’Donnell in Delaware. McMahon (R) loses in Connecticut to Blumenthal. Kelly Ayotte (R) new Senator from New Hampshire. Roy Blunt (R) wins in Missouri. Lynch (D) stays Governor of New Hampshire.
Update I: Rand Paul (Kentucky) and Dan Coats (Indiana) are now U.S. Senators. Both are pickups from Dimocrats.
In 2008 Democrats could have had it all. An experienced candidate who appealed to the White Working Class and to African-Americans as well as every other Democratic base group. She was ready from Day 1.
But the Democratic “leadership” gifted the nomination to Barack Obama – an inexperienced, unqualified Chicago stooge for the worse thugs in America. Big Media slit it’s throat too for the benefit of Barack Obama.
Many Democrats, used to always voting Democratic, went along and voted for someone they did not know. Many Republicans, exhausted with defending George W. Bush and tired of governing went along with their leading “intellectuals” and voted for someone they did not know. Many Independents, full of Hope for Change, voted for someone they did not know.
Now Democrats, Republicans, and Independents know Barack Obama.
Those that enabled Barack Obama will tonight watch as a great wave sweeps their world. It’s a wave they created. The maniacs blew it all up.
“God Damn You all to Hell!”
It’s a referendum on Obama. We’ll be updating this post all night. Our comments section will have additional information. We’ll check with some of the smarter election discussions on the Right side of politics (of which there are many on this celebration night for Republican/conservative Americans) as well as those on the Left.
Polls in Kentucky and Indiana have closed. At 7:00 polls close in Georgia, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, and parts of Florida. We’ll have updates all night long.
“Fasten your seat belts… it’s going to be a bumpy night.”