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    The People Who Brought Us The 2006 and 2008 Disasters Want The You-Know-Whats Back

    The People Who Brought Us The 2006 and 2008 Disasters Want The You-Know-Whats Back

    Sorry, but we don’t take advice anymore from the people who drove us into the … er … um … you know what, that thing at the side of the road that we can’t mention because that’s what He does, but they did put us there and now that we’re out they not only want back the … er … um … you know whats, the things you stick into something to turn the car on…

    … as reported by The Wall Street Journal, The Empire Strikes Back, David Frum is upset:

    “Three ridiculously winnable Senate seats have been thrown away by incompetent Tea Party radicals. . . . The Tea Party radicals were supported by all the weight and noise of talk radio and Fox News. They were supported by an alternative power structure within the GOP: The fundraising power of South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint’s Senate Conservatives Fund. Their defeat raises important questions about the whole Tea Party project. It also weakens the alternative power structure in the GOP and strengthens the power of party’s formal leaders against its informal ones. That’s all good news. . . . Goodbye and good riddance.”

    You can keep your David Frum, and I’ll raise you 63 House pick-ups, 6 Senate pick-ups, and rising stars like Marco Rubio and Pat Toomey.

    Goodbye and good riddance.

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    "Tea Party project"? Seriously? Frum's an asshat.

    Obviously, liberals' smearing and attacking the Tea Party was extremely effective and brought wonderful rewards and results.

    I look forward to more of it.

    Nothing like enraging a majority electorate resulting in a political party getting stomped to smithereens by the combination of rejected legislation and arrogance of elitists who thought they were in charge.

    States legislating body changes and governorship changes is only now dawning on the shocked liberal elites.

    I hope they never figure out why they got so totally stomped in the hundreds of elections at the state level and the elections at the federal level.

    "the Republicans have won in each and every one of the 17 state legislatures they set out to win."

    Republicans win most legislative seats in generations

    "Republicans will control both houses of the legislature in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Wisconsin and Indiana. In all five states, Democrats entered the election with control of the lower house. In Wisconsin, they'd had the Senate, too. All those states also will have Republican governors come January, giving the party sizable opportunities to implement policy."

    Tuesday's election results boost GOP chances in '12

    "Republicans control the governorships and both chambers of each state legislature in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin. In Iowa, Democrats appear to have held a narrow margin in the state Senate.

    In 2012, the number of electoral votes in those six states, added to the states McCain won in 2008, would bring the GOP nominee within 16 electoral votes of the presidency.

    Add a flip in governorships in three other swing states that went to Obama in 2008 — Virginia (last year), New Mexico and New Jersey — and the '12 playing field for Republicans is a lot friendlier since Obama's victory."

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