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  1. Shifra says:

    Gosh, I love the smell of Lib panic in the morning 🙂

    • rd2t says:

      I thought the exact same thing Shifra 🙂 I stopped off to vote on my way home at 07:00 this morning and when I politely refused the dem sample ballot and accepted the republican one, I got a snarky “Oh excuse me” from the dem person. I was still in my scrubs so I hope they sensed that I am opposed to o’tyrant care.Ooh That Smell. Lib Panic and Whoopass. YAAAaaaa !!!

  2. kwilder says:

    Crush, Crush, Crush!

  3. Alain41 says:

    Searchlight Harry Reid
    Rolled Election Fourteen
    Snake Eyes Cowboy

  4. PeteRFNY says:

    Re: how the news outlets will react tonight…I’m cautiously optimistic and hoping to see a repeat of Peter Jennings’ morose-faced, somber-toned Sharpie tossing of the 1994 midterms.

  5. Alain41 says:

    WaPo continues to showcase its purely objective non-biased opinion by choosing Democrats for every local race except for 1 Republican (out of 4) for Maryland Montgomery Council seat. Bipartisan WaPo!

  6. midget says:

    Just came from the polls. Never saw so many people.Usually were just stragglers, but I had to stand in line for once. But New York hasn’t turned red since Reagan.

  7. cestory says:

    We made it TAMs!!

  8. ancientwrrior says:

    Hope like hell we’ve opened up the biggest can of whoop ass to be seen since Reagan.

  9. Maynard says:

    Personally I turn off coverage of current events on election day. It is what it is, there’s nothing I can do about it, and watching it play out in gory detail merely raises my blood pressure for no benefit. I hope and pray for the best, and may God’s will be done.

  10. Ladybug13USA says:

    The “whipping” has begun! I have been watching Fox. Tammy is soooo right- saw a guy who said he’s a lifelong Dem but he voted for Mitch .against Grimes. Now if we can just overcome the massive fraud. I am very hopeful!! 🙂

  11. Teri says:

    Just voted after work. A little after 6 pm and there were more people there than the president election two years ago. I did a write in for county clerk. Four people I had never heard of so I wrote in John Shaft. How many times will we hear ‘Dumb Bastard’ tonight during the chat ? I’d say let’s take a shot every time we hear it but we would all be dead from alcohol poisoning. ***WHACK ! ********

  12. KCBob4Tam says:

    Good turnout here in the KC area – in the burbs. Roberts needs to be strong here for him to win. It shouldn’t have been this close. Here we go!

  13. ConservativeSue says:

    It’s a good day to kick some ass! 🙂

  14. PeteRFNY says:

    Wow…a shellacking. Above and beyond what I was expecting…I shall sleep like a baby tonight (sure beats the alternative)! 🙂

  15. Chuck says:

    Let’s make them SQUEAAAAAAAL!!!!

    Fantastic victory. Now the work begins.

  16. Ladybug13USA says:

    Wow! I feel like I used up a year’s worth of adrenaline tonight! Exhausted ecstasy!!
    Thank you ” We the People”!!!
    God Bless America!
    Hugs to Tammy & the Tamily!
    I love us. 🙂

  17. rosebud2186 says:

    I went to vote last night & the poll workers told me that I had already voted via ABSENTEE BALLOT!! I didn’t leave until they figured a way to allow me to vote. I am hoping this was just a clerical error. I will be calling the City Clerk today!! I’m so glad to know my Governor won, but I still live in the blue part of Southern Wisconsin.

  18. kwilder says:

    “The election is over, Barack… We won.” -American Citizens

  19. kwilder says:

    Now we can take our foot off the neck of the DEMs and put it squarely on the neck of the RINOs. We need to hold their feet to the fire and make them do what they said they were going to do.

  20. LJZumpano says:

    I try to live in the real world. I try to remember the world is as it is, not as I would like it to be. Most of the time that works fine, but I am a dreamer, and a romantic and while I do believe the gender of a candidate is not important, I do get a special thrill when a decent woman wins an election. I was cheering last night when Mia Love FINALLY got the seat she worked so hard for. I have full confidence in her ability to keep true to herself and her values as she enters the swamp we call D.C. I see great things ahead for her, and with her great things for us.
    In NY just when I was totally giving up on the GOP, they surprised me. In CD1,Dem.Tim Bishop set my nerves afire years ago with his total lack of regard for his constituents who sought to meet with him under the teaparty banner. These are hardworking, decent folks in his district and deserve atleast to be heard. In the past, the GOP behaved badly & never (IMO) really set out to replace him. I thought this year would be the same when they “appointed” Zeldin to run against him AGAIN! However, this year they actually put up the money needed (over $25 million was spent by both sides) and by 10 pm (one hour after the polls closed) Bishop conceded. As a party man, I don’t expect a lot from Zeldin, but with enuf TEA representatives now in the House, there is hope, and ding, dong, Bishop is GONE!!!!
    Upstate, in very, very Dem district CD21, the GOP pulled off another surprise (I guess they can be effective in NY when they want to be) Elise Stefanik grabbed over 55% of the vote and became the youngest woman in the House. Elise is young in years but not in experience and has been a part of the GOP machine in DC for a while. What I liked most about her is her ability to express ideas in a non confrontational way. She was able to deflect the negative nastiness her Dem opponent tried to pin on her and she seems sincere about actually working for the good of the people. Time will tell, but I actually began to dream of her fighting Kristen Gillibrand for a Senate seat (I can dream, can’t I?). Returning to the real world, I am still stuck with Israel for my Congressman and Schumer (“I want to replace Reid as majority leader of the Senate”)for Senator. Cuomo is still governor, hoping to run for POTUS in 2020, and while I may be nothing more than a thorn in their sides, I do have hope (that’s allowed in the real world) and a bit, just a bit, more confidence in the NYGOP. I remain puzzled as to why, I as an independent (called a blank in NY), received an overwhelming amount of literature, visits and phone calls from the Dems in my area, but not one single piece of anything from the GOP side. Non-party affiliatied voters are a big a group in this state (Zeldin even credits them for his win in the hoitey-toitey Hamptons). Houston, we’ve got a problem, it took research and digging on my part to even find out who the GOP runner in my CD was (Lally). Can’t win elections in the real world that way.
    And to end my rant, I do live in the real world and as such know the fight has barely begun. Long days and headaches will continue, but it is ever so nice to see those new cracks in the glass ceiling. Thanks to Mia & Elise, and the others, for throwing their hats into the ring. Victory, as always is sweet.

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