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He WON

Lexington, KY

#1 Nov 6, 2012
Obama wins ! Yes. electoral votes in Obama has 275 ,he only needed 270.
name

Nicholasville, KY

#2 Nov 6, 2012
That's great!

Since: Mar 11

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#3 Nov 6, 2012
finally! finally wisdom can stfu!
Tim

Morehead, KY

#4 Nov 7, 2012
It will go down hill now
fat fred

Crown Point, IN

#5 Nov 7, 2012
yep and the working man tikes it in the butt hole again. good for you you welfare bums
thatisright

Morehead, KY

#6 Nov 7, 2012
Fat Fred is right. Those of us who work for a living are going to have to support all you useless pieces of trash for four more years. Moochers is a kind word for you. Shit on you.
IMO

Owingsville, KY

#7 Nov 7, 2012
I would like to personally thank Wisdom for doing such a great job of turning people away from her party. Nothing good is ever gained by being obnoxious and continually trying to cram something down people's throats, it will turn people away each and every time. Good job WISDOM!!
gotthatright

Morehead, KY

#8 Nov 7, 2012
Oh boy another 4 years of stupid sh!t. Guess I best be looking for a second job since his lousy a$$ got reelected by all you stupid people that voted his a$$.
Wisdom

Hamilton, OH

#9 Nov 7, 2012
Dear DumbMasses- Ky went strongly republican, apparently you haven't pulled your heads out of it resting place to see the results. What was once a great democrat state is turning republican- especially when a tea party candidate can defeat a long time political name like Chandler.

It is only because of union socialists and the takers vote to maintain their tick like status on the american system- which will wither.

You just watch the socialist hell you have voted to unleash- you watch the flurry of tax increasing bills and governmental payoff to this round of money bundlers.

I am saddened at the lack of intelligence in the voters- voting for their checks and not the future of the country, voting to maintain the right to kill an inconvenient child, voting to have others pay for your health care...just wait until the restrictions are in place that will be need to be met to access that health care. You are going to find out how bad mediocre really is, I hope you learn to enjoy long lines, higher prices, and worsening attitudes. You will find out that I have spoken the truth.

As for getting rid of me. NOPE, I will shove every Obamaism every conversion to Amerikka right in your face- and get ready for the Syrian hearings.
But the good news is that the media will continue to lie to the masses, and keep the hidden homeless out of media focus...so you will remain blissfully stupid.
Wisdom

Hamilton, OH

#10 Nov 7, 2012
Yep, we did really bad in Ky didn't we ??? DOLTS.

President - General
Kentucky - 3622 of 3622 Precincts Reporting - 100%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Romney , Mitt GOP 1,086,970 61% <-<-**
Obama , Barack (i) Dem 679,105 38%
Johnson , Gary Lib 16,770 1%
Terry , Randall Ind 6,781 0%
Stein , Jill Grn 6,420 0%
November 07, 2012 - 08:11AM ET

November 07, 2012 - 08:14AM ET

U.S. House - District 4 - General
Kentucky - 545 of 545 Precincts Reporting - 100%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Massie , Thomas GOP 185,614 62% <- <-
Adkins , William Dem 104,590 35%
Lewis , David Ind 8,658 3%
November 07, 2012 - 08:14AM ET
U.S. House - District 5 - General

Kentucky - 735 of 742 Precincts Reporting - 99%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Rogers , Hal (i) GOP 194,111 78% <-<-
Stepp , Kenneth Dem 54,166 22%
November 07, 2012 - 08:14AM ET

U.S. House - District 6 - General
Kentucky - 627 of 627 Precincts Reporting - 100%
Name Party Votes Vote %
Barr , Andy GOP 153,348 51% <-<-
Chandler , Ben (i) Dem 141,496 47%
Vance , Randolph Ind 8,340 3%
Source: AP

Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2012/11/06/2382882/el...
repubnolonger

Mount Sterling, KY

#11 Nov 7, 2012
No Good Excuses
Posted by National Director, Dee on November 7, 2012 at 5:11am in Tea Party
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By Michael Tanner


There are no excuses for losing last night’s election.

One can blame Hurricane Sandy for disrupting Romney’s momentum; one can blame or the impact of negative advertising or media bias. One can credit the president’s vaunted ground game, which turned out to be every bit as good as advertised. But this was a race that should never have been close.

The economy may have been showing feeble signs of life in the last couple of months, but it is hardly robust. No president had won reelection with unemployment above 7 percent since Franklin Roosevelt; it is now 7.9 percent. Three-quarters of voters thought the economy’s performance is poor or just fair. Throw in a health-care law that voters opposed 49 percent to 43, turmoil overseas, and assorted scandals, and an observer from Mars would have said that there was no way Romney could lose.

Yet Romney not only lost, he lost decisively.

There will be temptations to blame a poor candidate or a campaign that squandered several opportunities. And it is true that Romney was a flawed candidate, and his campaign’s strategy proved imperfect, too. He failed to press his advantage after the first debate, and seemed to switch positions at a whim.

But the Republican party’s problems go much deeper.

This represents the fifth time in the last six elections that Republicans have lost the popular vote, and fourth time in those six that they’ve lost the electoral vote and the presidency. And although Republicans held the House last night, they actually lost seats in the Senate, of which they were widely favored to win control at the beginning of the year. Clearly, something is wrong.

Much of the media will jump to the conclusion that the Tea Party is to blame for Republican losses. Yet tea-party candidates actually did well overall. In the House, fewer than five members of the Tea Party Caucus lost reelection.


On the Senate side, tea-party favorite Richard Mourdock went down to defeat in Indiana, a state Romney was carrying by a big margin. In Missouri, Todd Akin threw away one of the most winnable Senate seats in the country. But Akin, contrary to media wisdom, was never a tea-party candidate. During the primaries, most tea-party groups backed one of his opponents. Akin won because he had strong support from social conservatives while the other candidates split the more economically conservative vote. Meanwhile, Mourdock’s self-inflicted wounds were not a result of his tea-party background.
LOOKS LIKE ALLEN WEST HAS LOST ALSO!!! WISDOM...NO ONE CARES ABOUT KENTUCKYS WINS....WONT MATTER!!!!
Wisdom

Hamilton, OH

#12 Nov 7, 2012
Apparently then you do live in Ky and are not surrounded by people with values and ideals like me....we lost to those who will bring america to its knees- just watch how businesses will slow, prices will rise, over burdensome regulations increase and ObamaCare will strip Medicare and how businesses will drop their insurances and throw employees into ObamaCare.

You watch how fast the american economy and the american way of life devolves into a lesser standard of living.

As long as you feel you won, while america losses- it is all about YOUR OPINION, AND NOT FACTUAL EVIDENCE.

WATCH AS MY WORDS OF TRUTH PLAY OUT AND CHOKE ON THE DESTRUCTION OF ALL THAT YOU HAVE SEEN HERETOFORE.
LOL

Owingsville, KY

#13 Nov 7, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Dear DumbMasses- Ky went strongly republican, apparently you haven't pulled your heads out of it resting place to see the results. What was once a great democrat state is turning republican- especially when a tea party candidate can defeat a long time political name like Chandler.
It is only because of union socialists and the takers vote to maintain their tick like status on the american system- which will wither.
You just watch the socialist hell you have voted to unleash- you watch the flurry of tax increasing bills and governmental payoff to this round of money bundlers.
I am saddened at the lack of intelligence in the voters- voting for their checks and not the future of the country, voting to maintain the right to kill an inconvenient child, voting to have others pay for your health care...just wait until the restrictions are in place that will be need to be met to access that health care. You are going to find out how bad mediocre really is, I hope you learn to enjoy long lines, higher prices, and worsening attitudes. You will find out that I have spoken the truth.
As for getting rid of me. NOPE, I will shove every Obamaism every conversion to Amerikka right in your face- and get ready for the Syrian hearings.
But the good news is that the media will continue to lie to the masses, and keep the hidden homeless out of media focus...so you will remain blissfully stupid.
So you will continue your foolishness when there is absolutely no point to it? Very fitting. You really do need to get a life. I will continue to avoid any threads started by you, so by all means, spam away.
single payer

Bronx, NY

#14 Nov 7, 2012
The tea party is dead, it was always about the darkie in office. White people are losing their majority and some of us can't deal with it.

I don't agree with all of the democrats policies on social issues but I agree with none of the republican helping the wealthy and piss on the rest of us. If you make under 6 figures you are voting against your own personal needs by voting for the republicans like Romney.

Many have watched fox and listened to Rush and believe the complete horseshit that comes from them. Of course Rush wanted Romney, they are the same. Rush left New York to evade taxes and he stands to lose millions if Obama can do the right thing and end the TEMPORARY tax cuts. The rest of us stand to lose little to nothing.

I hope this election finishes off the nutjobs on the right controlling the party. Scaring old and dimwitted people into voting to make the rich richer and dwelling on made up stories while having NO RESPECT for the potus.

The vile and untrue ramblings of a completely insane person like wisdom should keep us laughing for the next 4 years. Thank you for your type that convinced enough people that the republicans are the party of the fucktards.
homer

Morehead, KY

#15 Nov 7, 2012
thatisright wrote:
Fat Fred is right. Those of us who work for a living are going to have to support all you useless pieces of trash for four more years. Moochers is a kind word for you. Shit on you.
That's the same thing people said when Bush was in office. Both sides are never happy and they're both full of it.
repubnolonger

Mount Sterling, KY

#16 Nov 7, 2012
Sore loser Trump calls for revolution against Obama
9 hrs ago

You've probably noticed that Donald Trump is not a fan of President Obama. But the reality TV star's attitude turned from comically buffoonish to kind of worrying after the media started calling the election for Obama. "[Obama] lost the popular vote by a lot and won the election. We should have a revolution in this country!" Trump tweeted (He later deleted the tweet). Trump encouraged his followers to "march on Washington and stop this travesty," adding they should "fight like hell and stop this great and disgusting injustice." Obama: Start panicking if you look out the window of the White House and see an army of unconvincing comb-overs coming toward you.
THIS IS WHY OBAMA WON...IDIOTS WITH SELF SERVED AGENDAS....
wow

Winder, GA

#17 Nov 7, 2012
I find it funny that a large majority of Dems are college educated, working Americans who pay large amount of taxes...hence the heavily "blue" areas are the highly educated people in the Northeast...but they all live off the government according to you ignorant Republican dips, right? Look at KY, they have largest population of government moochers who vote Republican...it's actually hilarious when you think about it. Moochers who vote against their checks because they don't even know or believe they are the Moochers.

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#18 Nov 7, 2012
wow wrote:
I find it funny that a large majority of Dems are college educated, working Americans who pay large amount of taxes...hence the heavily "blue" areas are the highly educated people in the Northeast...but they all live off the government according to you ignorant Republican dips, right? Look at KY, they have largest population of government moochers who vote Republican...it's actually hilarious when you think about it. Moochers who vote against their checks because they don't even know or believe they are the Moochers.
You said it all. And all of it is absolutley TRUE.
my two cents

Versailles, KY

#19 Nov 7, 2012
single payer wrote:
The tea party is dead, it was always about the darkie in office. White people are losing their majority and some of us can't deal with it.
I don't agree with all of the democrats policies on social issues but I agree with none of the republican helping the wealthy and piss on the rest of us. If you make under 6 figures you are voting against your own personal needs by voting for the republicans like Romney.
Many have watched fox and listened to Rush and believe the complete horseshit that comes from them. Of course Rush wanted Romney, they are the same. Rush left New York to evade taxes and he stands to lose millions if Obama can do the right thing and end the TEMPORARY tax cuts. The rest of us stand to lose little to nothing.
I hope this election finishes off the nutjobs on the right controlling the party. Scaring old and dimwitted people into voting to make the rich richer and dwelling on made up stories while having NO RESPECT for the potus.
The vile and untrue ramblings of a completely insane person like wisdom should keep us laughing for the next 4 years. Thank you for your type that convinced enough people that the republicans are the party of the fucktards.
FYI, The Tea Party started when George W. Bush was in office.

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#20 Nov 7, 2012
Wisdom wrote:
Apparently then you do live in Ky and are not surrounded by people with values and ideals like me....we lost to those who will bring america to its knees- just watch how businesses will slow, prices will rise, over burdensome regulations increase and ObamaCare will strip Medicare and how businesses will drop their insurances and throw employees into ObamaCare.
You watch how fast the american economy and the american way of life devolves into a lesser standard of living.
As long as you feel you won, while america losses- it is all about YOUR OPINION, AND NOT FACTUAL EVIDENCE.
WATCH AS MY WORDS OF TRUTH PLAY OUT AND CHOKE ON THE DESTRUCTION OF ALL THAT YOU HAVE SEEN HERETOFORE.
I told you how many times you need to be in OHIO and other states topix where the vote matters?

How does it feel to help reelect Obama?

You did nothing for the republican party. KY was a republican state before you started on here.

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