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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelChip View Post
    Damn that was close. It's hard to believe that there are that many people in Florida willing to give Democratic Socialism a foothold.

    WTF are they thinkin' ???


    I'm thinking too many asshats from the liberal taxes to death utopia in the north move to Florida. I'm sure you can throw in some west coast folks too. They're trying to bring that bs with them. Dumb shits. Please don't retire here if you're bringing that socialist crap with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madinsomniac View Post
    Gillum worried me a bit because he was a path to extreme socialism... hell him being competitive means more uber progressives faking moderate values are coming
    Lie lie lie. They will do just that because they know the general public is ignorant as fuck and will believe any fucking bs socialist fairytale they can think up. We should ban liberals from retiring here...haha...Seriously all they do is play class warfare and yell free stuff. The population has obviously been polluted for it to even be close. They'd run your ass off if you mentioned adding a state tax,tolls,gun banning or messing with health care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndySteel View Post
    The DNC spent millions and millions of dollars on the races in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Texas etc... and pissed it all away, lol. Everyone Obama campaigned for lost. Everyone who voted against Kavanaugh lost. Everyone who embraced Trump won. The R's who distanced themselves from Trump lost. All in all a decent night. 2020 looks good. Libtards are calling for a Beto/Gillum ticket. Really? Please do that.
    Nine of the 11 that Trump campaigned for won...and the democrat that did vote for Kavanaugh won. Joe Manchin. Smart guy....in that regard anyway.

    Lol at Obama. Him talking about himself more than the person he was campaigning for didn't help.

    There are no more "never Trumper" Senators...they're gone, replaced with Senators on the Trump Train. That is huge in itself.
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    Blue wave my ass!

    Quote Originally Posted by Steelr4evr View Post
    I'm thinking too many asshats from the liberal taxes to death utopia in the north move to Florida. I'm sure you can throw in some west coast folks too. They're trying to bring that bs with them. Dumb shits. Please don't retire here if you're bringing that socialist crap with you.
    Shit Gollum even had Adolph Di Blasio shilling for him down here


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    Quote Originally Posted by IndySteel View Post
    The R's who distanced themselves from Trump lost.
    Like Rep. Rothfus in the Pittsburgh area.
    "It is not the multitude of ale houses that occasions a disposition to drunkenness among the common people; but that disposition arising from other causes necessarily gives employment to a multitude of ale houses." -- Adam Smith, 1776

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Burgundy View Post
    Like Rep. Rothfus in the Pittsburgh area.
    Barletta was a Trump supporter, but couldn't overcome the zero empty suit Casey.
    Penn Dems go back to acting like Penn Dems.
    You lost. Get over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamster View Post
    Barletta was a Trump supporter, but couldn't overcome the zero empty suit Casey.
    Penn Dems go back to acting like Penn Dems.
    And the Northeast continues to lose residents....Wonder why
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    Quote Originally Posted by hamster View Post
    Barletta was a Trump supporter, but couldn't overcome the zero empty suit Casey.
    Penn Dems go back to acting like Penn Dems.
    Barletta is also an eastern PA Republican, who are a whole different breed, i.e. Democrat Lite, who think that PA west of the Susquehanna is uncharted Indian territory. Our last three GOP governors and three of our last four GOP Senators were from western PA. 1) We're more Conservative and 2) a western candidate will work the eastern part of the state but eastern candidates say "Fuck all y'all" to the west, we don't need you because we got all those votes in suburban Philly.
    "It is not the multitude of ale houses that occasions a disposition to drunkenness among the common people; but that disposition arising from other causes necessarily gives employment to a multitude of ale houses." -- Adam Smith, 1776

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21STEELERS21 View Post
    Some of you are rather funny. The financial crisis took the annual deficit to 1.4 trillion, unemployment to over 10% and the Dow down to the 6500
    range and Obama turns that around to a deficit of 500 billion, unemployment under 5% and a Dow more than tripling to 20,000 and you call that failing.
    Who was in control of Congress when the financial crisis hit and had been for 2 years. Who was in control of congress when "obama" got the deficit down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21STEELERS21 View Post
    Some of you are rather funny. The financial crisis took the annual deficit to 1.4 trillion, unemployment to over 10% and the Dow down to the 6500
    range and Obama turns that around to a deficit of 500 billion, unemployment under 5% and a Dow more than tripling to 20,000 and you call that failing.
    P[ease list the Obama policies and initiatives that caused this recovery? Please be specific.
    You lost. Get over it.

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    From Rush... since 1946 the fewest loss of seats, next to who else but Reagan:

    The most House seats ever lost by a president’s party in power was Obama in 2010. He lost 63. Next was Bill Clinton in 1994. He lost 52. In 1958, Eisenhower lost 48, as did Ford and Nixon in 1974. They lost 48.
    Lyndon Johnson in ’66, lost 47. Harry Truman in ’46 lost 45 seats. George W. Bush in 2006 lost 30. In 1950, Harry Truman lost 29. Reagan, in ’82, lost 26 seats, and in 2016 Trump is at 26 or 27 .

    Blue dribble.

    Blue leaky faucet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stewey View Post
    From Rush... since 1946 the fewest loss of seats, next to who else but Reagan:

    The most House seats ever lost by a president’s party in power was Obama in 2010. He lost 63. Next was Bill Clinton in 1994. He lost 52. In 1958, Eisenhower lost 48, as did Ford and Nixon in 1974. They lost 48.
    Lyndon Johnson in ’66, lost 47. Harry Truman in ’46 lost 45 seats. George W. Bush in 2006 lost 30. In 1950, Harry Truman lost 29. Reagan, in ’82, lost 26 seats, and in 2016 Trump is at 26 or 27 .

    Blue dribble.

    Blue leaky faucet.


    Saw a link on this attributed to the NY Times, so hard to argue with the facts. Maybe that's one of the reasons he thought the day was a victory for him, as historically more seats have been lost during the midterm.

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