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House Falls on Wicked Witch of the West: Fall-Out from the 2010 Elections | November 4, 2010


Pelosi: "We have to have the house fall on us before we can know what is in it."

Thank God November 2nd and the mid-term elections are over; it will give us time to catch our collective breathes at least for another 12 months before we’re bombarded with the political ads for the 2012 presidential elections.

Tuesday, 11/02/2010, Republicans took back control of the House with a decisive 60+ seat gain, picked up 6 Senate seats and gained significant governorships, even making liberal Maine an “all red state” for the first time in 50 years.  Of course, Mexifornia formerly known as California ignored common sense and elected Jerry Brown (D) as governor over Nut-Meg Whitman (r) aka eMeg and re-elected Democrat Barbara “Box-of-Rocks” Boxer who is not qualified to get a job as a clerk in a brassiere shop so decided to become a career politician, living off the backs of the taxpayers while turning her beak up at the great unwashed. 

I can see why Californians would vote for Boxer over former-HP CEO Carly Fiorini — why vote in someone with real world experience such as Carly when you can vote in Smeagle’s Mini-Me, Boxer?  Not to be outdone, California District 28 voted in a dead Democrat into Congress with 56% of the vote; next up:  Pelosi’s ruby slippers to be voted in as California Democrat Secretary of State.   It’s not too far of a stretch to imagine that if Hitler, Stalin or Mao were resurrected from the dead, they would be ideal California politicians as long as they had a “D” in back of their names.

Meanwhile, with Captain Urkel Obama at the helm, the Good Ship Lollipop full of Democrats on Tuesday, 11/02/2010 struck an ice-berg full of angry Tea-Party “clingers.”  With at least 60 new Republican congressmen elected, taking control of the House from the Democrats, and at least 6 new senate seats, the nattering class of media liberal elites are smuggly gloating that Republicans are fighting over their “failed” Tea-Party candidates — Sharron Angle in Nevada and Christine O’Donnell in Delaware.  This is a bit like snarky former Japanese military officers gloating about a rift between General McArthur and President Truman after the US vanquished the Japanese military in World War II.

Meanwhile, of the newly elected Republican politicians, two are Hispanic (Rubio in Florida and Susanna Martinez in Texas) and two are African-American (Allen West in Florida and Tim Scott in South Carolina) and one Sikh Nikki Haley (Governnor South Carolina) for good measure — all backed by Tea-Party activists.  The media are still trying to figure out how to paint Republicans and Tea-Party activists as racists in this story — check back later, it’ll take them awhile but they will no doubt conjure something up.

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2 Comments »

  1. House Falls on Wicked Witch of the West: Fall-Out from the 2010 ……

    Here at World Spinner we are debating the same thing……

    Trackback by World Spinner — November 4, 2010 @ 7:59 pm

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    Comment by Livadia — November 4, 2010 @ 8:50 pm


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