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11/20/2019 5:07:11 PM
Posted: 11/4/2009 5:03:01 AM EST
[Last Edit: 11/4/2009 5:03:40 AM EST by sherrick13]
1. The most important. The electorate has NOT changed and become more liberal or even socialist. I had a lingering fear about this.

2. Fraud wasn't as bad as we thought it might be. It probably won't have much affect (outside the usual suspect areas) next year.

3. 2008 was 2 things. A run of the mill election where the party that has been in 8 years always has a hard time of it. AND The rock star, 1st Black President thing that got a lot of people that don't normally vote, or have never voted and won't again, to the polls. Well, it didn't help we had a shitty candidate, but I don't think the R's could have won anyway.


Look for the Rs to gain in 010. Keep the pressure up and work for your local CONSERVATIVE candidates if you can.
Link Posted: 11/4/2009 5:38:04 AM EST
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ACORN/Democrats , will have to spend as much or more $$ , drugs, booze, food stamp cards , ect. to get their people to vote again.

Think about it ,how motivated will they be to vote again
They already voted once.
They have probably moved at least twice.
They will have to register with new address

If you think about the class of people who vote Dem. ,most are unmotivated slugs who will need bigger and better rewards to go vote again

Link Posted: 11/4/2009 5:55:20 AM EST
[Last Edit: 11/4/2009 5:56:04 AM EST by pukindog]
Originally Posted By sherrick13:
it didn't help we had a shitty candidate, but I don't think the R's could have won anyway.



I think I can agree with all 3 of your points, especially the third one. The GOP had a shitty candidate who's selection was heavily influenced by the other side, and that - to say the least - did not help.
What will help in 2012 is that people will have had a chance to actually get to know real Obama.
Link Posted: 11/4/2009 6:06:16 AM EST
Link Posted: 11/4/2009 6:06:41 AM EST
Originally Posted By sherrick13:
1. The most important. The electorate has NOT changed and become more liberal or even socialist. I had a lingering fear about this.

2. Fraud wasn't as bad as we thought it might be. It probably won't have much affect (outside the usual suspect areas) next year.

3. 2008 was 2 things. A run of the mill election where the party that has been in 8 years always has a hard time of it. AND The rock star, 1st Black President thing that got a lot of people that don't normally vote, or have never voted and won't again, to the polls. Well, it didn't help we had a shitty candidate, but I don't think the R's could have won anyway.


Look for the Rs to gain in 010. Keep the pressure up and work for your local CONSERVATIVE candidates if you can.


Microsoft gave millions to defeat a proposal to lower taxes in Washington state.obama also spent millions trying to get Dems into office .No voter fraud? and those are the 2we know about.
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