Comments: Groundhog Day

At least the Repbulicans kept the House. With any luck, we'll get four years of gridlock.

Posted by Ralph at November 6, 2012 11:14 PM

So the Republican Jon Kerry could not defeat an unpopular incumbent. Shocker, but seen that one before . . .

Posted by Bruce Wayne at November 6, 2012 11:38 PM

Haha! Eating your words? Or conveniently forgetting your sagacious predictions, like a good conservative. 4 more years of the country improving and you idiots bickering about conspiracies and your insane economic policies.

Posted by Kill War at November 7, 2012 01:07 AM

Haha! Eating your words? Or conveniently forgetting your sagacious predictions, like a good conservative. 4 more years of the country improving and you idiots bickering about conspiracies and your insane economic policies.

Posted by Kill War at November 7, 2012 01:10 AM

I was pleased to see that the systemic voter fraud in OH and PA wasn't enough to invalidate the legitimate votes within those states. I do feel a little silly for not trusting the polls, but I'm surrounded by a sea of red and generally consume more conservative than liberal media.

Some great firsts happened tonight, with voters in Maine endorsing civil rights for all and Coloradans and Washingtonians legalizing marijuana. Generally, a decent day for democracy and human rights.

Posted by PMA at November 7, 2012 02:11 AM

Yes, Haha indeed. Because the joke is on all of us. Nobody will be spared and America will most certainly devolve and become a much poorer and less safe place.

Posted by asdf at November 7, 2012 08:08 AM