Election Day: Obama Policies On The Ballot – Every Single One

Every Obama policy is on the ballot today. Every single Obama policy is on the ballot today. Barack Obama campaigned on the premise that all his policies are on the ballot today. Every Republican campaigned against Obama’s policies. The choice is very clear today.

Today America will either reject Barack Obama and his policies or endorse Barack Obama and his policies.

It’s going to be an update kind of day. As election returns begin to come in we will update even more frequently.

Unlike the conventional wisdom we think the night’s results will be quickly determined. The first series of states to close polls will tell us a great deal. If, for instance, Republicans win in East Coast states that they were supposed to lose because they were behind in the polls, then it’s going to be a good night for Republicans. If the Obama Dimocrats win in places they should lose then it will be a good day for corruption and flim-flams.

If the first series of returns are tight then expect a long night that might not be resolved until the last drug store has sold it’s last pill – in other words: Alaska.

But we think the races will come in fast and, um, furious.

At 6:00 p.m. on the East Coast some Kentucky and Indiana polls will close. If McConnell wins, as we expect, then the night’s results will likely track with our expectations. If Grimes wins it will be a grim night as Lucy once again grabs the football away from Republicans. Look to Jefferson County for clues. Grimes should win big there (minimum 60%). If she doesn’t win big there she won’t win anywhere Ditto Fayette County.

As we have written before, a loss for Obama Dimocrats in the state legislature will also mean Kentucky will become the 25th state to be a right-to-work state. Big Labor might hit the tipping point to death tonight in Kentucky.

At 7:00 p.m. ET all polls close in Indiana and Kentucky. Also parts of Florida, Georgia, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Vermont, and Virginia close. Jackpot!

Florida voters lose no matter the governor they choose. A Republican victory there will be a straw in the wind that might or might not indicate something – most likely a good night for Republicans elsewhere. A big Republican win would be a strong indicator that it is going to be a good night for Republicans. For Obama Dimocrats to win Crist better win solidly (60% plus) in Miami-Dade, Hillsborough, and Pinellas counties.

Also in Florida the race results for Obama Dimocrat Joe Garcia in the 26th CD will bear watching. Ditto Patrick Murphy in the 18th CD.

In Georgia Obama Dimocrat dynasties are on the line. Jimmy Carter’s grandson running for Governor and Sam Nunn’s daughter running for U.S. Senate (in an election which requires 50% + 1 to win and not require a runoff election in January) will likely lose (either tonight or in the runoff). Outright Republican wins here tonight will be strong clues of a big night for them elsewhere look to Gwinnett County for a necessary big win for Nunn if she is to win). The 12th CD results (a D seat) will also provide entrails to read on nationwide results.

New Hampshire will mostly close at 7. Obama Dimocrat Jeanne Shaheen should win if the polls are correct. But if Brown wins (we think he has an excellent chance to do so) then it is all over for Obama and his policies which are on the ballot tonight.

Also in New Hampshire watch the 1st CD. Obama Dimocrat Carol Shea-Porter should lose to Frank Guinta. In the 2nd CD a defeat for Anne Kuster by Marilinda Garcia would be a bell ringer tolling defeat for Obama Dimocrats nationwide. Same holds true in the governor’s race. If Obama Dimocrat Hassan unexpectedly loses (or performs weakly) to Havenstein, bolt the door Louise.

In South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley should win. If the man who called her a “whore” wins then Obama Dimocrats will have a good whoring night.

In Virginia, Obama Dimocrat Mark Warner should easily win against Ed Gillespie. If victory comes with a slim margin that would be an ominous indication for Obama Dimocrats nationwide. If Ed Gillespie impossibly wins – it means Obama Dimocrats can forget about bolting the door because the door will be ablaze and nationwide massive defeats are on the way. Fairfax, Loudon, and Prince William counties in the north will be the last to report and decisive. The swing 10th CD will provide weak clues to nationwide results if the GOP (Foust) loses here (to Comstock).

At 7:30 p.m. ET North Carolina, Ohio and West Virginia polls close. Obama Dimocrat Kay Hagen better win here or Republicans will have a massive wave to surf on. So much is at stake here, so many future plans on the line, that a defeat here will have national implications for years to come. Wake County better come in big (55-69%) for Hagen.

In Ohio Governor John Kasich will win an “epic victory”. Expect Republican sweeps throughout the state. As goes Ohio so goes the nation.

West Virginia is an easy win for the GOP. Anything less means trouble. In the 3rd CD Obama Dimocrat Nick Rahall should lose. The 2nd CD should also, despite Obama Dimocrat efforts, stay GOP. Any surprises here and Lucy takes the football.

At 8:00 p.m. ET Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, the rest of Florida, Illinois, the CT zones of Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, the ET zones of Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, all of New Hampshire, New Jersey, the CT zones of North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, the CT zones of South Dakota, Tennessee, the CT zones of Texas, and D.C. close.

The races we’ll watch are the weird race for governor in Connecticut. Obama Dimocrat Governor Malloy might lose to gooper Tom Foley. It’s a deep blue state so it means something. GOP victories in the Obama Dimocrat 4th and 5th CDs will also mean trouble for Obama Dimocrats nationwide.

Obama’s deep blue state of Illinois might get a GOP governor (Bruce Rauner) to replace Obama Dimocrat Pat Quinn, which will bedevil Barack. CDs to watch are the Obama Dimocrat 10th and 12th (which should go GOP) as well as the 11th and 17th – any victories here and Republicans have the football, not Lucy.

The big question mark this election season is Kansas. Governor Brownback is in trouble as is Senator Roberts. If both win it’s great news for the GOP. If Roberts loses then the GOP will need, not just want, wins in some of the blue states like New Hampshire, Iowa, or Colorado. If Roberts wins any victories in these states is gravy on the potatoes, cherries on the sundae.

A GOP victory in the governor’s race in Maine will indicate the north east firewalls are breached. It could indicate the 2nd CD which Obama Dimocrats should win could also go to the goopers.

That anyone is even talking about Maryland is a sign of the carnage caused by Ebola Obama. Obama Dimocrat Anthony Brown better win or Obama will cry.

That anyone is even talking about Massachusetts has Chappaquiddick Chauffeur Ted Kennedy drinking in his grave. Republican Charlie Baker might win here and the Obama Dimocrat firewalls will be on fire. Look to the 6th CD and the 9th CD for more Obama Dimocrat disasters.

In Michigan the goopers might keep the governor’s mansion, or not. Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land once had a chance of winning here but that chance has largely evaporated. If Land even comes close to shore it will be good news for the GOP. If she wins… we run out of analogies, superlatives, and metaphors.

In New Jersey Cory Booker’s margins will provide some data as to the GOP tide or wave. Republicans should win the 3rd CD away from Obama Dimocrats if their ship comes in.

In Pennsylvania the Obama Dimocrat Tom Wolf should easily beat the Republican governor Tom Corbett. If the race is tight or Corbett holds on then nothing is safe for Obama Dimocrats. Watch the 6th and 8th CDs for any signs of unexpected down ballot help by a Tom Wolf victory.

In Rhode Island the GOP has a teeny-tiny chance of victory in the governor’s race. If that chance grows into three cherries on the slots, then it is a wave for the goopers.

South Dakota should be an easy victory for the GOP. If anything unexpected to happen to help Obama Dimocrats is to happen – expect it here.

In Texas it’s GOP heaven. Anything else will mean trouble for Team Red.

Arkansas should be a GOP win for Tom Cotton over Mark Pryor. If not…. We’ll also look to see what happens in the 2nd CD. Obama Dimocrats think they have a chance in the 2nd.

At 9:00 p.m. ET polls close in Arizona, Colorado, all of Kansas, Louisiana, all of Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, the rest of North Dakota, the rest of South Dakota, all of Texas, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

We’ll be watching the following:

Obama Dimocrats should lose the 1st, 2nd and 9th CDs in Arizona.

In Colorado Mark Udall will lose. If he doesn’t then something is wrong with pre-election polls or else Obama Dimocrats are in election theft mode. The Obama Dimocrat passed Colorado election law is a burglars tool for election theft. Cory Gardner tonight will become Senator Cory Gardner.

Second Amendment enemy Governor John Hickenlooper is also on the ballot. If Hickenlooper loses to a gooper it will not be a great surprise but a surprise nevertheless.

In Louisiana Obama Dimocrat race-baiting Senator Mary Landrieu will lose tonight or in the runoff. As in Georgia an outright GOP win that thereby avoids a runoff election will indicate a big or massive GOP 2014 wave. Look to Jefferson Parish to indicate a Landrieu loss overall if she does not win here.

In Minnesota there once was a chance for Obama Dimocrat Governor Mark Dayton as well as Obama Dimocrat Al Franken to lose. No more. Any GOP victory here or a close race for the senate will indicate a good GOP night. We’ll also look at developments in the 7th and 8th CDs for Obama Dimocrat losses.

Surprise! We’ve even looking at election results in New York state. The 1st, (GOP) 11th, and 24th CDs should go or stay GOP. The 18th CD should stay Obama Dimocrat but there is a chance for a flip here which would be yet another indicator of a good GOP night.

The Wisconsin governor race has 2016 implications. A Walker win is big news. The legislature will stay GOP so a loss will not be a disaster for the GOP but a calamity for Walker. A Walker win and he becomes a strong 2016 contender. Is it too early to speculate Walker/Kasich?

At 10:00 p.m. ET polls close in the mountain zones of Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Nevada, the mountain zones of Oregon, and Utah.

It’s all about Iowa at this time. Joni Ernst should win. If Ernst loses the big loser is the Des Moines Register poll’s fall from the heavens. If Ernst loses it will be a great hurt for the GOP. She has a great future if she wins but if she loses she’ll be watching On The Waterfront mouthing the famous line by Marlon Brando alongside Mitch McConnell.

In Iowa the 1st and 2nd CDs should also fall to the GOP if there is a GOP wave or tide.

In Montana the Republicans will win. A victory here for Dims and the Obama’s will be sipping Champagne.

In Nevada the 4th CD should go red.

In Utah Mia Love should replace an Obama Dimocrat. If not, the wave is a weak ripple.

At 11:00 p.m. ET California, Hawaii, all of Oregon, and Washington polls close.

In California the Obama Dimocrats in the 7th, 26th, 36th, and 52nd CDs are in trouble.

In Oregon Monica Wehby once had a chance of winning a Senate seat. No longer. Only with a meteor hitting the earth with consequent massive waves can she now win.

Even in Hawaii Obama Dimocrats are roasted pigs. The GOP has a chance to win the Governor’s mansion and the 1st CD.

In Washington the 1st CD is a potential GOP win.

Midnight will find the majority of polls close in Alaska and all the polls in Alaska will shut down at 1:00 p.m. ET. The GOP should win the senate seat away from Senator Mark Begich.

In every state, on every ballot, Barack Obama and his policies are on the ballot. The Obama Dimocrat party is in shambles.

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367 thoughts on “Election Day: Obama Policies On The Ballot – Every Single One

  1. Hillary said it all in 2007/2008. Now Republicans/conservatives agree:

    http://thefederalist.com/2014/11/04/this-was-an-election-about-a-failed-presidency/

    For all the talk that this midterm election was about nothing, 2014 really was just about one thing: Barack Obama’s failure to live up to his presidency’s promise in almost every domestic and foreign policy arena. The incredible revisionism at the heart of the media coverage we should expect to see from now to the end of this presidency and beyond is that Obama even tried to deliver on the change he promised, to fix the brokenness of a nation and a political and economic scene. Looking back, Obama’s delusion is readily apparent: he apparently believed not that he could change Washington, but that his mere presence would change Washington – that the fact of his election would roll back the waters and reveal a fundamental sea change in American history, such that the nation’s politics and culture would have no choice but to change in response.

    When did President Obama ever attempt to govern as he preached? When did he ever put the effort into attempts at the grand bipartisan achievement? Where did he ever subjugate domestic political priorities to any decision about the future of the country? From Obamacare to Immigration to telling Eric Cantor Republicans would have no say in the stimulus because “I won”, his record is at odds with his promise. Obama’s only bipartisan achievement of significance – the budget control act – was marked by a series of public temper tantrums attacking the deal, rather than using it as a demonstration of how he could bring people together.

    Now the president is full of resentment, fatalistic, irritated at being ignored or disrespected by his people and The People. But this doesn’t come from long years of attempts to bring the parties together to forge compromise – it comes from his realization that he’d rather golf than put up with the demands of the job. If Obama truly thought that politics only consists of getting elected, he was truly naïve about the demands of the presidency – just as he has been naïve about the nature of the Republican Party, conservatism and libertarianism, party and congressional politics, the public’s desire for wage growth and job security, even middle eastern dictators’ and terrorists’ assessment of their own interests.

    The stunning part is the nature of this naïveté.

  2. Thanks for keeping us informed, Admin. I’ll be at The Pink all night to see the action. Can’t tolerate the commentary of TV news. I considered suggesting a drinking game tonight, but couldn’t come up with a word or phrase that would not be often enough to allow us to maintain sobriety (can’t drink too much – work tomorrow). But, maybe, if we’re lucky we that phrase could be “The Dimocrat wins this race”.

    For whatever this may indicate, there are quite a few reports online and from other sources describing voter turnout as very light. Makes you wonder how effective the GOTV by the Dims was. Maybe Dim voters were so insulted by Meechelle’s comment, they just skipped the voting, and took their chicken to go.

    Someone on talk radio today mentioned that watching CNN and/or MSNBC for the past few days had been like watching reporting and news alerts of an impending national disaster – a Republican takeover. Wolf Blitzer was especially seen as someone trying to grapple with this potential reality. If the Pubs do win big tonight, it will not only represent a rejection of O and his policies, it will be a sign to MSM that the can’t manipulate the voters as they did in 2008. American’s have lost faith both in government and in MSM.

  3. Hopefully it will play out as reflected in your excellent analysis above, but I have seen too many improbable outcomes to feel any sense of certainty. As for Florida, we are faced with two (2) of the creepiest guys ever elected to public office. Believe me, it was difficult to connect the lines for Scott, but did so for the greater good. I think Crist wins narrowly as his support down here in S. Florida is huge and he raised a lot of cash as his ads were on constantly. Anyway, the senate is much more important so lets keep hope alive 😉

  4. One more here watching election results tonight…

    I just voted straight Pub ticket for the 4th time in my life. 2008 was the first time. Previously in South Florida [Hollywood Beach] I am now [proudly] in northern North Carolina.

    Even if Hagan makes it tonight her political days are numbered. NC is on her trail. The money she and her family made from the stimulus has mostly been kept out of he media, but the papers and stations will not be able to ignore it much longer.

    I hate Tillis. He is as corrupt, if not more so, as Hagan. Everyone knows it. A big chunk of the NC economy is fueled by the gay market in furniture and interior design. By trying to overturn the states new outlook on same gender nuptials [and making tax payer dollars for his lawyer friends trying to stay the new law] he has made a lot of enemies out of old allies.

    It is all crazy. I hate having to pick the lesser of two evils. However, I will be very happy tonight when those ads are over. I cannot take them any more.

    Whatever happens with Hagan tonight, I think [hope] her career will be over in the not too distant future.

    Oh! Kudos to Wbboei for noticing the amazing resemblance between Hagan and Margaret Hamilton. Even though by all accounts Hamilton was a darling woman who loved everyone and believed in refined gentility. Not so with Hagan!

  5. “It is all crazy. I hate having to pick the lesser of two evils. However, I will be very happy tonight when those ads are over. I cannot take them any more.”

    ______

    Yep, felix. I hear ya.

  6. CNN – first exit pools 58% dissatisfied with O NATIONWIDE

    ***********************************

    Admin…you have been very busy…thank you for all that info and work…

  7. completely agree Florida loses either way…if Crist wins, no one…no one…can be sure of what he will do…very unstable personality…

  8. I just got back from voting and at 4 pm CST the place was hopping–more people were there then when I voted 2012.

  9. CNN – first exit pools 58% dissatisfied with O NATIONWIDE
    ————–
    Nonsense.

    But just about what you would expect from Holland Keeting, their corrupt pollster.

  10. Belay my last. I read dissatisfied to mean satisfied. Keep me away from voting polls and the red button. But I do stand by what I said about Keating. If he says 58% it is probably more like 70%. Previously Obama’s likability factor saved his ass, but since that is now gone, and most everyone agrees that he–not George Bush, not Reagan and not the Lone Ranger are responsible for the sorry state of this nation the real figure for the big media beloved messiah will converge with the right track wrong track figure which is 70%.

  11. Fox news exit poll…………..

    49% life worse today…..only 22% say better, record highs and low.

    NC Hagan agrees with Obama too often…..51%…not good for her.

    NH Independents 50% Brown, Shaheen 49%

    US house vote 34% oppose obama, 20% support Obama

  12. Hearing Early exit polls show GOP wins in KY, AR, CO, IA, KS, GA – if those hold, GOP Senate majority is certain. Watch VA – closer than expected.

  13. Bloody Hell…..

    Dem turnout in CO SEN hasn’t been lower going back to ’92, per prelim exit polls #ABCVote

  14. Dish took CNN off here so I can’t watch them clutching their pearls and crying. Net seems to show Wolf Blitzer about to die .. heehee

    Anyway, I hope the exit polls are a definite repudiation of the turd and his policies.

    Unfortunately, Hillary of her own choice seems more entwined with him than ever. Had she just left her SOS job and concentrated on maybe speaking for a few Dems who supported her she maybe would have been better off, however, time will only tell. She is looking very tired lately as well.

  15. Felix_the_Infidel
    November 4, 2014 at 5:03 pm
    —————-
    Over thirty years ago, I attended the Teamster Convention and sat with a Teamster leader from Los Angeles who was one of the finest men I knew. He had been an all-American football players at the University of Washington in the early 1940’s, was inducted into their hall of fame, and was inducted as muscle by Dave Beck, who went on to become general business. This man was a mentor to an employer representative like me, just as he was to many young union men of my generation. He was the real deal, what you saw was what you got, and there was nothing phony about him. He was a great credit to the field of labor relations.

    As we sat there in the audience, General President Roy William went to the podium. Roy was a crude type who was installed by the Kansas City mob–Nick Civiletti with the concurrence of the five New York families, i.e. Gambinos, Luccheses, Genoveses, Bonanos and Columbos. This was prior to the RICO prosecution of those families and the Teamster consent decree orchestrated by Rudy Guiliano which broke mob control over that union. Roy laced his anti employer speech with a series of vulgar provocative statements which were red meat for the Teamster crowd, and they rose to their feet in a state of euphoria. My friend and I remained seated, and he said to me: with 1.8 million members, you would think we would have a better leader than that.

    As I look at Hagen, Tillis, Obama and so many others the same though has crossed my mind. With 330 million people in this country, with the great talent pool that exists within a group that large, you would think we could produce better leaders.

  16. Correction: Beck went on to become General PRESIDENT. He served in that capacity from 1952-1957, when his successor James Hoffa fed information to Bobby Kennedy who went after his right hand man Frank Brewster, which sent Beck to McNeill Island Penetentiary which in its day served as Teamster reform school. I had dinner with him and the Los Angeles Teamster and their families on is 88th birthday. He was as full of piss and vinegar as ever, but had passed the stage where he was blowing up laundry trucks. Please excuse the personal aside.

  17. If this is even remotely true, we have a big firework win tonight for GOP….

    Brit Hume: Ed Gillespie (R-VA) Was Up 1 in Internal Poll –

  18. moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 6:19 pm
    Fox says Watch Virginia, its looking very very tight there.
    —————
    And that’s where the voting machine tampering is in evidence. Gillespee is not my favorite guy, but if he loses because of the cheating, the dims will never hear the end of it, even though big media will cover it all up.

  19. A tainted victory for the democrats, whereby they maintain control through proven fraud and cheating would not be a boon for Obama. What it would do however is put the RINO on the defensive with his own base and force him to confront the issue of cheating aggressively, which is not otherwise in his casper milquetoast nature. It would be good for Cruz.

  20. moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 6:29 pm
    This from Nate Cohn………

    Colorado update: 1,794,759 votes counted. R 39, D 31.9
    ———–
    Boy wonder has the numbers and they contradict his prior evidence free projections.

  21. and this from the Kos Kids, crying……

    It’s *very* early, but so far McConnell over-performing from his 2008 margin across the board

  22. I just have a feeling Dems are going to lose more than they think tonight…..

    Could be worse than 2010.

  23. moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 6:17 pm
    Kentucky 1% in and its 61/37 to McConnell.
    ———–
    Wow! That’s close. I think that amnesty for 34 million issue will go down like a mouth full of grass burs with the electorate.

  24. Why do we need an election when Debbie Downer has already assured us that the Dims will hold the senate. Maybe we should just abolish elections altogether since the results are a foregone conclusion, according to NYT. Obama uses illegal substances to avoid reality. Downer does not need them. Like Pelosi, she is congenitally stupid.

  25. Kansas is the one I am really worried about for the GOP tonight….but that may not matter……

    However…

    Still very early, but KY Mitch running 15-20% ahead of his 08 %s in five coal counties. sorta points out Grimes is done.

  26. I I I am not on the ballot

    But I I I am on the ballot

    Along with my policies

    Make No Mistake about that

    So sayeth the big media beloved messiah.

    Shut the fuck up sayeth red state dims.

  27. cnn sounding defeated trying to figure out how obama is going to get things done with republican control of senate and house… blaming the map.

  28. moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 6:44 pm
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    Roberts’ opponent is a supposed independent who leans democrat.

    He is a bit of a flake, and has shit in his mess kit in the past two weeks.

    I am guessing Roberts will squeak by, even though he has done little to deserve it.

    I really want Joni to win.

    If that happens then Tom Harkin can give the concession speak for Blaley, Brailie, Balye—tell me Michelle which is it, if by know you know.

  29. Of course CNN will blame EVERYBODY but what it’s about. I hope the GOTV for Obummer is NOT there. I want to see their smug asses bear the defeat but you can already see the media trying to “whip” it around to a WIN for the DIMS EVEN if they LOSE. The media will continue to kiss his ass till he either resigns, is impeached or leaves office for the golf course. I still cannot understand WHY him, WHY him has they chose.

  30. Feeling an early call here “@joesonka: Right now it looks like Grimes will underperform Bruce Lunsford’s Lexington margin form 2008.

  31. Yes and even Hillary can’t save GRIMES. She was an outside chance but KY has gone Repub for a while now because the DIMS no longer represent the core values of the broken down working men like coal miners.

  32. cnn sounding defeated trying to figure out how obama is going to get things done with republican control of senate and house… blaming the map.
    ———–
    This is really a disaster for big media, what between cnn obsessing over how Obama will impose his agenda on the nation when he does not control congress, and broken Tom Browkaw at NBC wondering what concessions the conquering army will make to the one they defeated in order to achieve bipartisanship. Notice how Browkaw was not interested in bi partisanship when the dims held the upper hand. Like all progressives, they have their agenda, and they intend to achieve them through all means fair and foul. The hardest pill to swallow for me is to see the very people who demanded fealty to the bill of rights when Bush was in office, applaud when their own man Obama trashes the bill of rights. It is pure Saul Alinsky. To dims, the rule of law means nothing.

  33. Heard air head Tom Brokaw on the radio today with his “America Moment” bullshit, already DEMANDING the repubs GIVE IN and meet halfway.

    If the Republicans DO take over they don’t have to do shit, pass their bills, do the American’s work and keep the promises they made and they set themselves up good to maybe get America moving again.

    Honest to God I never thought I’d say it but it’s going to take the Repubs to wrestle the power from this overbearing dicktator.

  34. McConnell wins according to Fox News. No surprise as McConnell is ahead in Jefferson County which Grimes needed to win big (see front page article).

  35. The key issue here, though, is the one Peggy Noonan wrote about in the WSJ–the growing distance between the wealthy elites and the American people, measured in terms of money, values, and loyalty to the nation. It was not always this way. For many years, the democrat party was the party of the people. But that changed dramatically, when Felix Rohatten entered the picture and convinced the powers that be that they only way they could compete with the Republicans was to form a strong alliance with Wall Street interests. And when that happened, the welfare of the people became a secondary or tertiary concern. As previously noted, Rohattan was an investment banker, executor of Teddy Kennedy’s estate, a professor at Middlebury college, a friend of George Schultz, the trustee in bankruptcy of the city of New York—he got around.

  36. South Carolina’s Tim Scott: The first African-American Senator elected from the South

    Fills Demints seat.

  37. dot48…the MSM pundits just cannot admit that O is a terrible prez…he cannot manage and he can’t seem to grasp that a leader must do the work to lead…he just doesn’t have to skills to be a functioning president that gets things done…or work across the aisle, but he can’t even get along with his own party…he has an excuse for everything…in denial or delusion…

  38. S
    November 4, 2014 at 7:06 pm
    dot48…the MSM pundits just cannot admit that O is a terrible prez…he cannot manage and he can’t seem to grasp that a leader must do the work to lead…he just doesn’t have to skills to be a functioning president that gets things done…or work across the aisle, but he can’t even get along with his own party…he has an excuse for everything…in denial or delusion…
    —————
    They are in a state of denial which is personal and institutional.

    It is a noose around their neck.

  39. Interesting KY exit nu17%mber: Grimes only carried women by 5%. Not nearly what she needed to win. Mitch carried men by 17%

  40. Honest to God I never thought I’d say it but it’s going to take the Repubs to wrestle the power from this overbearing dicktator.
    ————–
    The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

  41. If u are tea leaf reading, calling KYSEN at poll close but not VASEN does tell u something about potential winds

  42. Dems are screwed….

    Another good sign for GOP, more than a 2-1 turnout advantage between seniors (26%) and 18-29 (12%). In 12, youth topped seniors

  43. …there goes Broward County again…crist wanting time extended because of long lines in broward…sure…time to pull out the ballots and just hand them out willy nilly to everyone who just showed up to get in line…they pulled it off during the national election…why not…standard operating procedure in broward

    the insanity and corruption continues…

  44. ADMIN IS BRILLIANT!

    SIX YEARS AGO, ADMIN OPINED THAT THE COALITION AXELROD FORGED FOR OBAMA TO REPLACE THE OLD ROOSEVELT COALITION WOULD PROVE TO BE UNSUSTAINABLE.

    BIG MEDIA WOULD HAVE NONE OF IT AND LET PEOPLE LIKE FAT DONNA AND THEIR PROGRESSIVE PUNDITS PROCLAIM A NEW HEAVEN AND A NEW EARTH WERE AT HAND.

    THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE AXELROD SAID WE NO LONGER NEED TO WORRY ABOUT THOSE REAGAN DEMOCRATS OR BY INFERENCE THOSE WHITE PEOPLE.

    AND RON BROWNSTEIN WAS SINGING THE SAME TUNE.

    THEREFORE IT WAS WITH KEEN INTEREST THAT I NOTED BROWNSTEINS LATEST ARTICLE.

    ITS ON DRUDGE AND IT IS STILL DEVELOPING, BUT THE HEADLINE CHANNELS WHAT ADMIN HAS SAID CONSISTENTLY, TOWIT:

    “DEM COALITION IS BOOM AND BUST”

    NICE JOB ADMIN.

  45. 370 bills sitting RIGHT THIS MINUTE on Harry Reids fcking desk and they wonder WHY the country wants their asses out. The Dim’s should force Reid to resign but of course it won’t happen

  46. Eye-popping number from Virginia exits just before poll closing: Mark Warner Fav/Unfav — 48-50 Ed Gillespie Fav/Unfav — 58-38

  47. …so how does mary landrieu explain Tim Scott winning in the South – south carolina elects a black republican senator…and Nikki Halley a woman of Indian heritage…

    i am disappointed in Mary using race and gender card…

    hoping mia love wins in utah

  48. 1st Senate seat .. Capito for the win here in WVA. Now I have to wait to see if Rahall loses cause he has backstabbed coal

  49. MoonOnPluto, what today’s article says about Virginia:

    In Virginia, Obama Dimocrat Mark Warner should easily win against Ed Gillespie. If victory comes with a slim margin that would be an ominous indication for Obama Dimocrats nationwide. If Ed Gillespie impossibly wins – it means Obama Dimocrats can forget about bolting the door because the door will be ablaze and nationwide massive defeats are on the way. Fairfax, Loudon, and Prince William counties in the north will be the last to report and decisive. The swing 10th CD will provide weak clues to nationwide results if the GOP (Foust) loses here (to Comstock).

  50. Dem’s already saying “oh how will we get the base out in 16 without Barak…oh he was necessary now we see” heading already to demean Hillary and Bill as being “irrelevant” This was Kirsten Powers speaking on Fox just now.

  51. From Nate Cohn.

    Wow. 100% counted in Culpepper County. Gillespie won by 32. Romney by 17. If these numbers are right, this is the real deal.

  52. I have maintained consistently, that Obama is a sociopath and his actions are a reflection of same.

    Based on that, I predicted that if he gets shellacked in the mid term

    And despite the fact that he said it was a referendum on his policies

    He will be defiant of the voters and proceed full speed ahead with blanket amnesty.

    If the Republicans take the senate, then all eyes will be on them to stop him.

    Otherwise, the people who elected them will lose faith in them.

    Independents and their own base.

    They need to act, and the courts need to do their part to uphold the rule of law.

    It is very much as Professor Turley stated.

    The American People, who stand to lose their country as a result of this ultra vires action

    Will look to congress and the courts to stop this insane bastard.

    Thereafter, he will move on to global warming, a nuclear agreement with Iran, etc.

    Congress and the courts will be forced to decide whether they are players or potted plants.

    ——————–

    ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jon Karl reported that according to WH officials “the president will move forward with an executive order on immigration reform “no matter how big a shellacking Democrats get tonight” during ABC’s Election coverage on Tuesday.

    Karl said “White House officials are saying that you can expect the president to set an aggressive, and defiant tone tomorrow. You’re not going to see any mea culpas, no big firings, no change in direction.”

    He added “officials tell me the president is prepared to aggressively pursue his agenda using his power of executive authority, where he can’t work with Congress, and the big one is going to be on immigration reform. White House officials tell me that the president will move forward with an executive order on immigration reform no matter how big a shellacking Democrats get tonight.”

  53. Although courts are typically reluctant to enter the political arena and stop a president who exceeds his authority, it has been known to happen, as it did in 1952. More typically, they use excuses to avoid taking such cases, such as the case is non justiciable, it is moot, or it presents a political question best decided by the people. But where, as here, Obama has teed up the issue as one of the policies which will be voted on in the 2014 election, his party is voted down, then a strong argument can be made that by accepting jurisdiction, the courts are not substituting their judgment for that of the people, but are enforcing the judgement of the people on that issue, and doing their appointed job of enforcing the constitution. When Obama does this, it will be incumbent upon the Republicans to act, to preserve the rule of law, and the Constitution.

  54. With 10.1% of the vote in Gillespie is ahead in Virginia. 56.5 to 40.9%

    As our analysis states we have to wait for Northern Virginia to come in. Bus still….

    Gillespie with a few votes in is also doing well in Northern Virginia’s Loudoun County.

  55. dot48
    November 4, 2014 at 7:32 pm
    I so want to see Warner defeated in Virginia. John Kasich may run for President.
    ————–
    I agree. I have met him. He is the real deal. But it is not just my opinion. Soros has said that Kasich is the only republican candidate he fears the dims cannot beat.

  56. As our analysis states we have to wait for Northern Virginia to come in.
    ——–
    Yup. That’s the beltway voters.

  57. wbboei,

    I think Obola is a narcissist. The sociopathy in his behavior comes from the man behind him. Obola could as easily take offense to the illegal aliens who failed to get to the polls for him and he could well justify, in his mind, screwing them. Especially is there may be negative consequences to going forward for them. I can hear him telling them that there is nothing he can do for them because they failed to keep the Repubs from taking the senate.

    Irresponsibility first.

  58. I so hope that the Republicans will take Obama on FULL tilt with this amnesty for illegals. They are coming in here, killing Americans, bringing diseases, taking jobs and the taxpayers are going to be forced to put them on the dole. It’s just NOT right. It’s just NOT right. He needs to be stopped. It is my opinion that Obummer will try his best to make the life of average Americans even worse than what he already has.

  59. I know its not what we are all fixated on now, but it is not unlikely that by the end of the week we may find ourselves in the throes of a Constitutional crisis over this amnesty move.

    At the moment, I cannot find the article. But the calm and deliberative Michael Barone shares the view of others that if Obama tries to ram through his blanket amnesty program without the support of Congress and the American People, and with no clue as to who he is giving legal protection to–ISIS, Drug Gangs, ebola, you name it, then there will be a gotterdamerung. When the smoke clears, he will be the lamest of lame ducks, and when he persists in other pet areas, there will be a public consensus for impeachment. Again, this is not what most politicians would do, because they have well honed survival instincts and are connoisseurs of power. But Obama is a sociopath who believes he can do anything he wants–even if it destroys the country. That is the difference. Prudence would proceed carefully. But at this point, Obama is not a prudent man. He is a defiant one.

  60. No Shit….sherlock holmes…

    AFP, NBC project that Republicans retain control of US House of Representatives

  61. CNN Exit NH 52/48 but CNN not sure of their polls this year.
    ————–
    The final vote tally will be closer than that.

    I would not count Brown out just yet.

    This late breaking news about Shaleen engaged in illegal activity with the IRS will have an effect.

  62. This late breaking news about Shaleen engaged in illegal activity with the IRS will have an effect.
    _________

    I hope you’re right wbb. I heard Brown interviewed today, and he said his camp had known about this from the beginning, but there were denials, and no proof. Apparently, reliable evidence is available now, but it’s getting pretty late in the day.

  63. freespirit
    November 4, 2014 at 8:20 pm
    ————–
    Then I must be wrong. That much of a lead cannot be chalked up to voter fraud. There is something mentally wrong with those people. What part of the words depriving American citizens of their first amendment rights do those fools not understand? Like I said, Scott does not do much for me, but Kid Shaleen is a criminal.

  64. jtjames
    November 4, 2014 at 8:23 pm
    there’s only 10% in in new hamshire…
    ————–
    Then I will remove the deringer from my left temple.

  65. just ventured over to politico pulled up the 2012 map for NH, none of the counties that went republican in 2012 have resulted yet that why they are waiting to call it for shaleen I would expect it to get closer.

  66. McConnell is very gracious to Grimes in his victory speech. Also very loving to his wife. McConnell wins with over 15 point difference. For toilet paper he’s being very Charmin. 🙂

  67. Would be a realslap for GOP if Kansas was the spoiler and they would deserve it for not taking Roberts out.

  68. Yes McConnell is very, very gracious tonight. He is sending out signals that they will fight Obama when he is not following the constitution.

  69. I have to say Cotton may well end up a future GOP President……that boy is just political gold. The look, the sound and the all round background.

  70. Losing both AR SEN & GOV v tough on Bill Clinton, who has known Ross & M Pryor for years. WJC went to AR 3 sep times in final month

  71. moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 8:35 pm
    Would be a realslap for GOP if Kansas was the spoiler and they would deserve it for not taking Roberts out.
    ————
    Amen to that.

    I just wish that fossil of theirs in Mississippi, the one who race baited his opponent, cheated on his wife, bird dogged for the Barbour machine, and paid dims walk around money to cross party lines in the primary was likewise a casualty of war. But for the sake of the big picture, his survival is a necessary evil.

  72. wbboei
    November 4, 2014 at 8:39 pm
    moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 8:35 pm
    Would be a realslap for GOP if Kansas was the spoiler and they would deserve it for not taking Roberts out.
    ————
    Amen to that.
    _______________

    The way this election is going, only divine intervention could have saved some of the seats. Bill hasn’t made it go god status yet. lol

  73. BREAKING: Sen. Jeanne Shaheen will win reelection in New Hampshire, according to @ABC and @AoSHQDD
    Retweeted by Ben Smith

  74. freespirit
    November 4, 2014 at 8:20 pm
    Shaheen is consistently holding almost a 10 point lead.in NH Dammit.

    SHIT!!!

  75. If Gilespee wins I will be surprised. It is those populous northern countries which are closer to blue than purple, places like Alexandria where the beltway spill over voters live–they live in Virginia, they work in DC are up scale, liberal and dependent on big government. I lived in Alexandria during the Korean War and it was a lot different in those days. It was more confederate than yankee in those days, but that has completely changed.

  76. Up from a short rest, screeching to a slow halt in those white socks….

    moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 6:00 pm
    I’m hereeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  77. The media will NEVER understand that THIS election is about Obama and his a s s kissers. It’s about kicking them out. In two years, they will still see the Hillary and Bill of OLD if THEY go back to being THEM vs an Obama a s s kisser as well.

    Scuttlebutt is that many Democrats are HAPPY to lose, they want the Senate to go back to being what it’s suppose to be rather than having to just sit back and shut up

  78. 73.8% of the vote in and in Virginia Gillespie is still ahead. Gillespie is still ahead in Loudoun and Prince William counties, both in Northern Virginia.

  79. when they just declared Maggie Hassen winning in NH I think that may have sealed the deal for Shaheen … the women seem to be taking the power in NH…they did it for Hillary when she needed them…

  80. Scuttlebutt is that many Democrats are HAPPY to lose, they want the Senate to go back to being what it’s suppose to be rather than having to just sit back and shut up
    —————
    I have heard every excuse for losing under the sun, but that one takes the cake. Losing is losing is losing. You cannot put lipstick on that pig. Lombardi was right.

  81. It was repeated on Fox as well just now, that there will not be many tears from Dem’s over losing, maybe it’s the “Clinton” Dems who didn’t stab her in the back. It does make sense to me however.

    Rand Paul just hung Hillary and Bill out there though

  82. Cuomo re-elected, Maggie Hassan re-elected in NH.

    Abbot beats the crap out of WEndy Whoppers.

    GOP wins Gov of SD.

  83. R’s only need 3 more to gain the Senate fist

    I have CNN on, just to watch them cry and boo hoo into their hankies

  84. I wish I could see CNN sobbing …is fat ass Brazille crying yet and blaming Hillary ?? I see the headlines now and we should have seen it coming “Obama, was relevant and he’d have go out the base, he was relevant after all” ………….. grrrrrrrrrrrrrr

  85. Rand Paul
    —————
    Time calls him the most interesting man in politics.

    They know if he runs he will fall flat on his face, so they flatter him and push him that way.

    But at the end of the day, there is no there there.

    I have more respect for his dad than I do for him.

    The voters of the state selected him because the McConnell machine wanted someone else.

    And now he has made peace with Obama.

    For love or money, I cannot see this guy as a presidential candidate.

    Which is why big media thrusts him into the limelight.

    So they can use him now, and pull the plug on him later.

  86. Now if the GOP has not messed up a couple of easy races in 2012…cough Macaskill cough, they would need even less.

  87. Shadowfax
    November 4, 2014 at 9:10 pm
    It’s been 2 years since I turned on CNN, and hark…the newt is there…what the heck?
    ——————–
    Nietzsche: the eternal return of all things. Et ux, I hope.

  88. The CNN morons are calling for their tarnished cow to take some time for introspection.

    OMG, could anything be more laughable?

  89. Brazille is NOWHERE to be seen
    ————–
    Fat Donna–friend of Rove should be neither seen or heard from.

  90. Obama just commanded EVERYONE to a meeting on Friday, I wish the R’s would just say “stuff it dude, we’re working on bills” LOL

  91. OMG, what a freaking comedy at CNN, and I don’t even drink.

    PROJECTION – Republican’s will keep the HOUSE.

  92. Shadowfax
    November 4, 2014 at 9:15 pm
    OMG, what a freaking comedy at CNN, and I don’t even drink.

    PROJECTION – Republican’s will keep the HOUSE.
    (((((

    ha ha ha

  93. Maybe we should start betting on who the Dims start blaming this loss of the Senate on, besides the obvious Obola.

    …besides Hillary. 😉

  94. Broward County………AGAIN.

    “A Florida circuit court judge has rejected the request by the campaign of Charlie Crist, the Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee, to extend voting hours from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in Broward County, according to Florida news outlets.

    Reports say the campaign made the request after several problems at polls in the county, which includes the city of Fort Lauderdale.”
    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/222861-judge-rejects-crist-request-to-extend-voting-hours

    Any word on Suzana Martinez of NM or Mia Love of UT?

  95. dot48
    November 4, 2014 at 9:14 pm
    Obama just commanded EVERYONE to a meeting on Friday, I wish the R’s would just say “stuff it dude, we’re working on bills” LOL
    —————–
    No, if they are smart they can work this thing to their advantage. If he had not invited them to meet with him, I would have expected them to insist on meeting with him. But in that meeting, they need to show strength and pin him to the wall. If they won and they have the voters behind them, and control congress then they need to teach him a lesson, that the situation has changed, the policies he placed on the ballot explicitly have been rejected by voters, and he needs to compromise rather than push forward unilaterally. The time for veiled threats and explicit ones has past, whatever legacy he hopes to salvage out of this rejection by the voters is now contingent on what he does. The ball is in his court. But if he abuses it then politically speaking he is dead man walking.

  96. moon and Admin….it is freaking broward they are waiting for…the place where they “make up” the votes…isn’t it funny how they are always last…just in time to see how many votes they need to “find”

  97. I am unsure that the RINO is capable of delivering a message of that nature–to say what needs to be said at this point, without blinking. But if they cannot do it, then whatever interim mandate they get out of the voter in this election will turn to ashes. They will find that there is dissention in their own ranks, because those candidates who won by promising to change Washington will feel the pressure to do that. In halcion times, this would be less important. But in end times–politically speaking, it is a categorical imperative.Ninety two million people of working age, not working . . .

  98. moon and Admin….it is freaking broward they are waiting for…the place where they “make up” the votes…isn’t it funny how they are always last…just in time to see how many votes they need to “find”
    ————–
    I would think . . . that Broward is more likely than Dade to go for Scott.

  99. PA Gov. Wolf nearly double Corbett 3793 districts reporting, GovernorCorbett 38.39% WolfForPA 61.61% via pcntv

  100. moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 9:35 pm
    Colarado 50% in and its 53/42 for Gardner.
    —————-
    That makes 4 states for the Republicans, right?

  101. Broward now 97% in and Crist still down 84,000

    Miami Dade only 74% in but Crist only winning it 58/40…….

    Crist has no more votes.

  102. Newt is using his best calm manner at the CNN table while his party is ready to stampede this election.
    —————–
    He was banished from CNN.

    Now that the tide is turning, those whores bring him back.

    Hoping the the ignorant people will believe they were objective all along.

    Notwithstanding the abuse of process by rolly polly candy crowley.

    Their attacks on Hillary.

    And their rapturous love of Obama.

    Shame on Newt for accepting their invitation.

  103. dot48
    November 4, 2014 at 9:09 pm
    I wish I could see CNN sobbing …is fat ass Brazille crying yet and blaming Hillary ?? I see the headlines now and we should have seen it coming “Obama, was relevant and he’d have go out the base, he was relevant after all” ………….. grrrrrrrrrrrrrr
    ______________

    dot, I saw a headline to that effect earlier in the day on one of the political sites. It said something like (paraphrasing – Maybe Dems Should have Had Obama Campaigning for Them. I just took a quick backtrack through several sites to see if I could find it, but I couldn’t. But, you’re right. Some will say that O could have moved mountains for them.

    I just saw at The Hill, an article about Carney’s interview with CNN, criticizing Grimes for running a “poor campaign”, made even worse in Carney’s mind because she refused to say she voted for O.

    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/senate-races/222852-carney-grimes-ran-a-very-poor-race

    I hadn’t thought about Dona until I saw a couple of comments here about her. Where is that little ray of sunshine? Probably frantically searching for her “New Dem Party”. The New Democratic Coalition fizzled even before Obama’s presidency went belly-up for good. Donna is even more irrelevant today than she was back in 2008. Maybe she’s beginning to realize that.

  104. freespirit
    November 4, 2014 at 9:45 pm
    —————–
    At some point you realize that there is no end to the lies that Obama and his fellow progressive will tell. You can shoo holes in them til hell won’t have it any more, all you get for your efforts is another lie. They never shut up. It is up to people to evaluate their responses, and see that it is all utter bullshit, and move on.

  105. Why is Fox News saying it is tight in Colorado senate race? With 54% of the vote in Gardner is ahead 50.4 – 44.3

  106. I lived in Broward. They will be pulling shoe boxes filled with ballots out of old trunks for a day or two. By then they try to come up with the right number to win.

    Still, if I remember Scott won with less than 50,000 votes. And that was over the grand-daughter of the Siamese Twins!

  107. Carney’s interview with CNN
    —————
    What the fuck is this dysfuctional son of a bitch doing commenting on what Grimes should have done. THE CORE PROBLEM IS NOT HER. THE CORE PROBLEM IS THE TOXIC POLICIES OF OBAMA. Carney is the laughing stock of Washington. He reached a point where his lies as press secretary became not just transparent but laughable. And at that point he also became expendable. Who in their right mind wants to hear from him on anything?

  108. S, TY.
    That’s a great link. I’d been looking for results of two R House members, Marino and Barletta, & it shows they’ve won. Those two are some of the fiercest opponents to amnesty. Barletta spent today as a patient at Hershey Medical Center. A test Monday showed blockage. He’s to be discharged tomorrow. A lucky find.
    I’d been relying upon a source which headlined ” CBS, NBC, ABC, & AP: WOLF OVER CORBETT” and was hoping against hope that it was an interim assessment.

  109. holdthemaccountable
    November 4, 2014 at 9:57 pm
    S, TY.
    That’s a great link. I’d been looking for results of two R House members, Marino and Barletta, & it shows they’ve won.
    —————–
    Excellent.

  110. CNN Gop win Montana.
    ————-
    A lay up, after the Democrat candidate was shown to be a plagiarist. Montanans are the best people in the world. They will help you if you need help. But they also have a good bullshit detector.

  111. Republicans will take the Senate by holding Kansas and taking just one of the following races: IA, LA, GA, NC, VA. Only a matter of time.

  112. Susana Martinez wins her re-election big-time. She is being discussed as VP candidate in 2016. I really like her.

  113. Tillis one point lead…sure Holder will be there.

    Bob Beckel admitted to holding back votes when he worked the state..admitted lying?

  114. Shadowfax
    November 4, 2014 at 10:02 pm
    Iowa for the R’s
    ————-
    Joni!!!

    Here’s the butcher knife.

    There’s dickhead Reid.

    Go get him girl.

  115. I had high hopes for NH. Unfortunately, if memory serves, Lovecraft had a great deal to say about that state in his tales. Apparently he was correct.

  116. “the throes of a Constitutional crisis over this amnesty move.”
    *****
    The Roberts Court will do a replay of “Youngstown Sheet & Tube” when pigs fly.

  117. moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 10:07 pm
    Baker/Coakley only 1% in between them. 58% in

    ———-
    Un believable.

  118. gonzotx
    November 4, 2014 at 10:09 pm
    GA and LA maybe both run offs
    ———–
    That . . . is the fucking problem I expected.

    An hour ago, it sounded like Nunn was history.

  119. jtjames
    November 4, 2014 at 10:10 pm
    scott brown within 1% that close and they still called it? what do you think admin?
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I hope he wins and they all look like fools

  120. lol, hilarious

    Braley wins women by 4, Ernst wins men by 13……hilarious….so much for women sticking together.

  121. CNN projects Republicans have picked up 4 seats now held by Dems, the latest in Montana. They need to net two more to take the Senate.

  122. SHV
    November 4, 2014 at 10:08 pm
    ————–
    Your grasp of Constitutional history is impressive. I gather that you see in Roberts what I see: a potted plant.

  123. Shadow, what timing Holder has! Not that he apparently had anything to fear anyway. He told congress to “shove it” repeatedly, and nothing happened.

  124. moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 10:13 pm
    hmm not sure, i think Georgia is not going to go runoff…
    ————
    Lets hope you are right.

  125. jtjames
    November 4, 2014 at 10:13 pm
    msnbc

    You are brave to watch that network! How are the nitwits doing over there?

    Is Keith Oberhoser still around adding his 2 cents?

  126. Holy Crap….

    rojects the GOP will take control of the WV House of Delegates, first time in 80-years.”

    one word “COAL”

  127. McConnell is gonna beat Grimes by 15 points. And yet Dems were arguing the race was tied in the last week.

    Scott Walker also going to win it seems,

    Dem heads exploding, funny over at the Dummies spitting bricks.

  128. Shadow, what timing Holder has! Not that he apparently had anything to fear anyway. He told congress to “shove it” repeatedly, and nothing happened.
    —————
    Other than the fact that he occupies the same status as John Mitchell–a disgraced public servant who so abused the public trust that he was repeatedly held in contempt for failing to discharge the duties and responsibilities of his office. He is the low water mark in the anals of public service. That is his legacy. Not one to be proud of.

  129. s lot of women…repub and dems…winning governor races…dem woman just won governor in RI..and also NH…and repubs women win with Martinez in NM and Fallin in Oklahoma

    VH…I like Susanna Martinez also

  130. AP projecting Gardner wins Colorado. Wow

    Yes, Wow!!

    You are watching the same station as I am, but your transmission is about a minute or two ahead of Calif.

  131. S
    November 4, 2014 at 10:22 pm
    s lot of women…repub and dems…winning governor races…dem woman just won governor in RI..and also NH…and repubs women win with Martinez in NM and Fallin in Oklahoma

    VH…I like Susanna Martinez also

    _____________________________________________________

    Nikki Haley won tonight also.

  132. The DU kiddies are in hissy fit mode! Calling for DSW’s resignation, saying they need someone who will really” tout Obama’s accomplishments”. Also, the selfish Dims who distanced themselves from the Great One are losing for that reason.

    Ya can’t fix stupid.

  133. Iowa… never has a woman won a statewide office..that’s caveman stuff, And yet each Presidential cycle, all eyes are on Iowa, no wonder Hillary lost Iowa.

  134. I can see why the big media beloved messiah wants to eliminate elections. He can’t take the heat. I am sure he is practicing his haughtiest, most defiant poses, while studying photos of il duche Mussolini.

  135. Shadowfax
    November 4, 2014 at 10:26 pm
    Tingles freaking out………………awesome!
    ———–
    If you have any nitro glicerin pills or smelling salts on you, throw them away. A cardiac arrest on camera by Tingles would be good for ratings. A medical intervention and recovery would not.

  136. Can you imagine how far the frauds nose is up in the air tonight. I am sure he blames all the loses on the Dems who did not want him to campaign.. I wish he would have campaigned more!

  137. wbboei, can’t turn it off I was flipping back and forth between fox CNN and MSNBC but for entertainment i’m hanging in on msnbc. I’ll take one for the team so you guys don’t have to….. they are saying that Gillispie will loose, this was after their freak out when they found out how close it was.. Robert gibbs just came on now i’m flipping it off.

  138. Warner may be fucked tooo…..

    Fairfax, again: BIggest co in VA now 100 pct in and Warner takes 2,435 vote lead w 99 STATEWIDE reporting.

  139. I suspect Obama will go all out to dare a Republican-controlled Congress to impeach him ater the elections are over. That way he can go down in history as the first POTUS to be impeached AND convicted by the Senate because as we all know, it’s all about him and that’s how he rolls.

  140. jtjames

    Robert gibbs just came on now i’m flipping it off.

    ——
    You did good, a human can only stand so much msnbc.

  141. I hope Walker is smart enough to realize that he is great regional candidate, but not a national one. The same applies to Ryan who should stay the House and forget about running for president.

  142. VotingHillary

    November 4, 2014 at 10:25 pm

    *********

    Yes, VH…Nikki slipped my mind…maybe there are more…kudos to the women…from both sides…

  143. omg moon i hope so… i’m no pollster but i went and looked at the map from 2012 and compared it tonight scott brown was ahead by just a smidge in counties dems won in 2012. i’m having a very hard time swallowing the shalleen result.

  144. moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 10:37 pm
    Errr NH…..70% in and Brown is 2’000 votes ahead…….another shock coming.
    )))))))))))

    Wouldn’t that be great

  145. Robert gibbs
    ———-
    OMG–Dru Carey’s alter ego.

    Life is too short to waste it listening to that ignorant motherfucker.

  146. Folks, I think Maryland is on the verge of having another Republican Governor. Contemplate that for a moment.

  147. CBS PROJECTION: Republican incumbent Pat Roberts is re-elected in the Kansas Senate race

    its done dusted….GOP has the senate.

  148. moononpluto
    November 4, 2014 at 10:40 pm
    AP: 99% of the vote counted in Virginia. Warner, 48.7% Gillespie 48.6%. Recount looking likely.
    —————–
    That is that fucking northern virginia demographic I talked about who feed at the public trough.

  149. Chris Cillizza ✔ @TheFix

    The South is just an absolute slaughter for Democrats. Nunn ran a very good campaign and didn’t even make runoff.

  150. President Obama……biggest Presidential loser in regards senate and house in 2 terms……total disaster…..

    Told ya Worst Pres ever.

  151. Scott wins Florida. Jeez Louise. Either Brenda Snipes (she of the divine skunk on her) no longer has power, or maybe (just maybe) the WORM has turned. There must be hope then!

    I can only imagine Snipes calling Debbie (aka Sgt. Schultz) and saying, “Nothing we can do tonight, sister.”

  152. This is why…

    In NH, fmr Sen Scott Brown not ready to concede. Says Bedford, big GOP areas..has not come back yet.

  153. Scott Walkers win in Wi is like tieing a DUmmie to a waterboard and dunking him over and over……..wonderful to watch.

  154. Hilarious…..

    Hey, remember the big tight Mitch McConnell/Allison Grimes race? McConnell won by 15 f**king points.

  155. Shadowfax
    November 4, 2014 at 10:35 pm
    Chubby Candy is now on CNN, Wbb….your favorite.
    ————–
    Who do you think I am? Daniel Innoue?

    “The lawmaker who told Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) not to “lose too much weight now” because “I like my girls chubby” was the late Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii), the New York Times reports.”

    Chubby is one thing.

    Morbidly obese is something else.

    Candy is morbidly obese– with a personality to match.

  156. Former GOP Rep. Bob Dold is coming back to congress. He defeated the Democrat who beat him in 2012. #IL10

    Gop Gain.

  157. Tomorrow should be interesting…….how does Hillary go on the attack……..

    Obama admin is dead……..

    The new Dem phoenix rises from tomorrow.

    Obama must be given his marching orders that he no longer leads the party.

    There will be murder.

  158. I detest this asshole….

    Rand Paul on Kentucky to @nbcnews: “a repudiation of the President, but also Hillary Clinton.”

  159. look at Walker HQ…huge…..must be a call for Walker 2016 from tomorrow.

    also

    Wow RT @PoliticoKevin: The AP has called #NY11 for Michael Grimm.

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