worst educated pickedRomney
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#1 Nov 9, 2012
"10 out of 10 of the best educated states in the US voted for Obama and 9 out of the 10 of the worst educated states voted for Romney. "
Oddly, NM always shows up as one of the worst states for education in other polls, and is blue in most votes...not on either list here.
#2 Nov 9, 2012
Only a moron would even think this way. Of course
in the states that did vote for Maobama there
were obviously a number of sane voters who
voted for Governor Romney instead of for the
last 4 years of failed policy.
On top of that who gives a flying leap about the blue states - most are bottom of the barrel,
in debt to their aholes and of course begging
the Red States to bail them out.
Elections have consequences - everytime I hear
a Maobama supporter complaining about things I
am going to say Elections have consequences now
live with them you fools.
Christchurch, New Zealand
#3 Nov 9, 2012
I agree that elections have consequences. Lets not forget that there are consequences at the state level as well. Our state has been controlled by Democrats for the last 60 years. I do not see any way that the NM DEM power scenario will change. Those that disagree are just going to have to suck it up and live with it.
We may as well just elect a Democrat to replace SM. SM just provides the DEMS with a place to point the finger of blame.
#4 Nov 10, 2012
You are the whiniest cry baby bitch on Topix.
President Obama won BIG TIME, just like last time, he won the popular vote both times and the Electoral vote in a LANDSLIDE, both times.
S.T.F.U. and crawl back under your rock till 2016!!!
#5 Nov 11, 2012
Only time will tell and now like we have over the last four years
seen the biggest lies ever.
Remember elections have consequences you dingbat mofo!
Remember that famous phrase "sequestration will not happen".
Guess what it is right around the corner - when it hits the bottom falls out on all the dumb as craps in the state.
Guess your lying thief Marijuana Garcia got her collective
a-r-s-e handed to her as well - just another on the long list
of lying, thief dumb as craps to walk the State of New Mexico.
#6 Nov 11, 2012
...Oh the irony. There was one candidate that changed his stance on many major issues based on who was listening in the audience prior to the debates.
A leader who says he wants to accomplish something and is roadblocked just for the sake of a power struggle may not be able to deliver promises to the citizens. We are all Americans; anyone who was elected should act on behalf of what the constituents desire.
#7 Nov 13, 2012
I am sick of hearing how Obama was roadblocked!! By whom??? Did the stimulus bail out get blocked? Did the auto union bail out get blocked? Obama motors? Control of financial institutions? Gay marriage? Homosexuals in the military? student loan industry? Hell, I could go on forever. Obama has not produced one budget, and the senate blocked EVERY attempt of the House to put one forth. So let's make it simple.
You liberal idiots tell me where Obama was blocked, and prove it. The jobs bill was sponsered by a Republican, and the Senate attached so many taxes and union hand outs to the bill that it was the SENATE that voted it down.
Talking to liberals about how things work is impossible. In New Mexico it is the governor's fault, and in the US it is the House's fault. Go figure. FUUUKING IDIOTS!
#8 Nov 13, 2012
You want proof?
Try googling Mitch Mcconnell top political priority.
Nice try Mitch.
#9 Nov 13, 2012
How many bills are sitting on Harry Ried's desk that he will not bring to the floor and allow a vote on.
Last Obama budget - ZERO votes including ALL Democrates.
Agree Mitch Mcconnell neess to focus on what is best for America and not the Tea party.
Both parties are worthless, take maoney from Wall Street and tell folks what they want to hear but saying it is all one party's fault or the other fault only is a lack of intellegence.
This election was not a vote for a candidate. It was picking the lesser of two evils.
#10 Nov 14, 2012
Perhaps a better question would be what's in the bills that preventing Reid from bringing them to the floor? More tax cuts for the wealthy? More bills banning a women's right to choose? Frankly I don't know.
Do you know why the budget got 0 votes? That 'budget' was presented by Senator Jeff Sessions and it wasn't a serious budget. Google Jeff Sessions budget proposal for more info.
I wholeheartly agree with your last 2 points!
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