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Sun Nov 2, 2014, 09:05 PM

Projection: Senate GOP+7, House GOP +10

http://www.electionprojection.com/
This is an analytical site. Worth a look. Projects a big GOP win on Tuesday.

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Reply Projection: Senate GOP+7, House GOP +10 (Original post)
Da Mannn Nov 2014 OP
Name removed Nov 2014 #1
graham4anything4HC45 Nov 2014 #6
Name removed Nov 2014 #7
graham4anything4HC45 Nov 2014 #9
theblueboar Nov 2014 #2
Name removed Nov 2014 #3
Da Mannn Nov 2014 #4
graham4anything4HC45 Nov 2014 #5
shortviking Nov 2014 #8
graham4anything4HC45 Nov 2014 #11
Valishin Nov 2014 #13
graham4anything4HC45 Nov 2014 #22
the more you know Nov 2014 #10
graham4anything4HC45 Nov 2014 #12
the more you know Nov 2014 #14
graham4anything4HC45 Nov 2014 #15
the more you know Nov 2014 #16
graham4anything4HC45 Nov 2014 #18
the more you know Nov 2014 #19
graham4anything4HC45 Nov 2014 #20
the more you know Nov 2014 #17
oldenuff35 Nov 2014 #21

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Response to Name removed (Reply #1)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 10:02 PM

6. Love Charlie Crist. Good people. Only one to stop Jeb and slap him down 2x

when Jeb was governor back in the days.
Charlie stopped him.

I wouldn't be disappointed with a President Clinton/ VP Crist ticket if Hillary don't pick Castro.

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Sun Nov 2, 2014, 10:32 PM

9. I would. He's not Bob Graham, but then nobody is Bob Graham.

He showed me all I have to know when he slapped down Jeb twice. Nothing further was needed, because he put himself on the line and didn't have to do it. He did it for all the right reasons and won and earned my vote.

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Response to Da Mannn (Original post)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 09:09 PM

2. Every GOP gain is a seat it lost in 2008

 

so not really a wave, especially with the projected success of Democrats in Governors races...

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Response to Da Mannn (Original post)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 09:47 PM

4. Hey guys! Look whats coming your way Nov 4th!

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Sun Nov 2, 2014, 10:01 PM

5. That means 52. Not a big win at all. Actually a very big disappointment for Republicans everywhere.

Not like they will be able to achieve anything that President Obama doesn't want to achieve,
and he can't be played.
If he agrees to anything they want, it is because he himself wants it. (and he don't have to worry about hurting the feelings of anyone who did not want to have him campaign.

What was that Marlo Thomas slogan? "Free to be, you and me".

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Response to graham4anything4HC45 (Reply #5)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 10:18 PM

8. Republicans have to kill the filibuster as their first act or nothing changes.

 

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Response to shortviking (Reply #8)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 10:34 PM

11. A President should have a line item veto and a bill should be a single subject at all times.

Republican's when they take office should be careful what they had wished for.
Ask Newt Who about over reach.

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Response to shortviking (Reply #8)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 10:42 PM

13. If they are smart

they will reinstate it as a means to prove that they are going to adhere to checks and balances. This would be worth it because during this same time they don't have the ability to really take advantage of the current status because of the veto.

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Response to Valishin (Reply #13)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 11:53 PM

22. shh, don't give Leader Mitch ideas.

Your suggestion makes way too much Mr. Spock logic and common sense.

They should also filibuster then any AG pick. Make it wait til the next President.

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Response to graham4anything4HC45 (Reply #5)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 10:34 PM

10. Republicans winning control of the Senate and adding to their control of the House

is a very big deal no matter how crazy liberals try to spin it. Their main goal is to prevent Obama from doing any more damage to this country and that'll be fairly easy to achieve.

Spin it however you like, this will be a great night for democracy and level headed people everywhere. The only people who will be upset will be people who think like you and that is always good for this country.

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Response to the more you know (Reply #10)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 10:36 PM

12. Actually, President Obama is free to do anything he wants with zero restraints.

because the way the system works, nothing can be done to stop a Presidential Pardon
and executive orders.

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Response to graham4anything4HC45 (Reply #12)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 10:55 PM

14. Actually, you are wrong as usual.

Obama is not free to do anything he wants with zero restraints, if that were in any way true he wouldn't have had to lie, cheat and steal his way into getting Obamacare passed against the will of the American people.

Unlike you, the overwhelming majority of level headed Americans wisely aren't willing to give the POTUS the freedom to do anything they want with zero restraints. There is a very good reason that our form of government is filled with checks and balances, the fact that democrats are losing even more power is a good sign that those checks and balances are working well and the people are stepping in to limit the power of the party which is doing harm to this country.

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Response to the more you know (Reply #14)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 11:04 PM

15. Nice spin. But I am not a 33 1/3 vinyl record, so I don't spin.Though Rock was meant to be on vinyl

Dennis Kucinich voted for the ACA as did Bernie Sanders and Angus King
As Senator King what he said if anyone tried to take it away.
and even Mitch McConnell loves Kentucky's ACA which of course is the ACA itself.
And so does Senator Orman from Kentucky.

and actually, it is the Republican party that already owns the House and the court,and has owned the court for decades now.
and Justice Roberts said the ACA was 100% legal and constitutional. He is the Republican voice on the Supreme Court.
(next the spin will say Roberts isn't an ultra-conservative that was the #1 want all Republicans had prior to his being nominated and that he is a traitor).

Ironic isn't it.

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Response to graham4anything4HC45 (Reply #15)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 11:10 PM

16. Graham, I'm not going to waste my time talking to you only to receive loads and loads

of your worthless word salad in return like normal. I know these midterms are a big deal, you know they're a big deal and everyone else knows they're a big deal. You yourself have posted quite a few threads recently foolishly pointing out that democrats had a chance of winning or gaining seats, you obviously care.

I'll just sit back with great joy knowing that people like you are losing more and more control in this country every day. Of course you'll bring up some old unrelated song lyrics, you'll talk about some other election that isn't happening for another 2 years, you'll talk about someone that you love who may not even be in that election and you'll bring up the SCOTUS and make some off the charts insane predictions.

None of that matters right now, in a couple days the party that you love irrationally will lose, there's nothing you can do about it and that is a great thing for this country.

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Response to the more you know (Reply #16)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 11:26 PM

18. Cool. 2016 starts in 3 days. 2017 inauguration in less than 812 days now.Obama's 3rd term begins

imho. (not him personally, but his agenda shall continue with Hillary or Elizabeth or Mike Bloomberg or whomever the Democratic party picks IMHO)

It will be a fun (and hopefully slow, life is short, no need to rush) 812 next days til then.

After all, every day I wake up and President Obama or his agenda are still in office, is indeed a great day.

After all, don't sweat the small stuff, and it's all small stuff.(c) Dr. Richard Carlson (who unfortunately is no longer here).
I used to get worked up but learned it is all small stuff after all as my 110 over 70 blood pressure attests to
after being more than a hundred points higher a few years ago.

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Response to graham4anything4HC45 (Reply #18)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 11:37 PM

19. In 3 days President Obama's agenda is going to hit a brick wall

that indeed will be quite fun to watch, almost as fun as it's going to be watching your reaction later on when you calm down enough to come back and post on DI.

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Response to the more you know (Reply #19)

Sun Nov 2, 2014, 11:47 PM

20. Groovy. Have a great evening. Am watching WKRP and Dr. Johnny Fever on Antenna TV

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Sun Nov 2, 2014, 11:48 PM

21. yep he kicked my ass and beat me bad

but I won because it got daylight this morning.
It is easy to see that you see the writing on the wall. You are already making crazy excuses and rationalizations.

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