Midterm Election Results Debate - Jacksonville, FL

Discuss the national Midterm Election Results debate in Jacksonville, FL.

How do you feel about the results of the 2010 midterm elections?

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Donna Worlitz

Jacksonville, FL

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#1
Nov 5, 2010
 
I feel nothing will change. Obama didn't sound as if he understands anymore now than he did before the election.

“KONA, baby!”

Since: Jul 08

Jacksonville, FL

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#2
Nov 6, 2010
 
Obama will be forced to recognize the significance of this election as will the rest of the liberals. They can only keep their heads in the sand for so long.
noshellswill

Saint Augustine, FL

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#3
Nov 6, 2010
 
If the RepubliFat$ nominate a frisky honest candidate then scum Obama.nation cosmopolitan bytches will be driven from power.

If the RepubliFat$ nominate lusr Palin or Rubio or Huck-ster-abee or another 2-bit $$$.hoe then Obama wins.

“KONA, baby!”

Since: Jul 08

Jacksonville, FL

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#4
Nov 6, 2010
 
noshellswill wrote:
If the RepubliFat$ nominate a frisky honest candidate then scum Obama.nation cosmopolitan bytches will be driven from power.
If the RepubliFat$ nominate lusr Palin or Rubio or Huck-ster-abee or another 2-bit $$$.hoe then Obama wins.
I think you might be surprised at how little it will take to oust BHO in 2012. Unless he makes some radical changes to agenda, he will be limited to a single term.
Feel Sick Of It

Jacksonville, FL

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#5
Nov 7, 2010
 
Move along

“How Do You Avoid Apathy? ”

Since: Oct 07

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#6
Nov 7, 2010
 
Nothing will change. Same rules, same game. Hard to have real "change" when the two parties ruling are practically identical.

“Just Add Obama ”

Since: Mar 08

Jacksonville Florida

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#7
Nov 8, 2010
 
I choose “Satisfied” and here is why.
1. John McCain won his primary and was reelected, negative mark.
2. Too many Moderate Republicans won, negative mark.
3. Too many of the make more government Amendments here in Florida Were ratified, negative mark.
4. Republicans won 608 state seats, Many were Tea Party candidates and not GOP that is a big positive.
5. The Tea Party had a very good election run, a big positive
6. The GOP had its elitist arse handed to itself. A positive.

Granted depending on what happens with the Tea Party take over of the GOP that will hopefully end this One Party of Two Party rule real changes might happen. I only see small changes in the near future, however the Tea Party has much work to do between keep its newly elected servants feet to the fire and preparing for 2012.
Local

Tampa, FL

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#8
Nov 8, 2010
 
The election is over.......end of debate.
Fruit Fly

Jacksonville, FL

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#9
Nov 8, 2010
 
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KP

Jacksonville, FL

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#10
Nov 13, 2010
 
Republicans will take our country back to the came policies that caused this great recession.
noshellswill

Saint Augustine, FL

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Nov 13, 2010
 
Pappa wrote:
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I think you might be surprised at how little it will take to oust BHO in 2012. Unless he makes some radical changes to agenda, he will be limited to a single term.
That is a RepubliFat "talking point" ... to excuse the extreme "pro-wealthy" neocon politics. But it fails.

Working American had the Bush-years to remember what it's like to be financially raped by RepubliFat $$$.hoes and will **not** forget so quickly or start slurping the financial kool-aide RepubliFat MLMers push.

Obama.care was only 1/2 of a desirable C2G workers healthcare plan, but Americans like that plan and would have much more by sucking money away from the wealthy fatkats as they have stolen jobs from the workers.

For me ... I'd **gut** sociopath job-exporters and WS financiers and toss their bodies festering in the streets for dogs to eat. That might cost the lives of a couple hundred-thousand Libertoonian investers, but since they produce nothing no-harm-no-foul.

America looses only its financial parasites. Then I'd build it back. No rent-seekers or gangasta-momaz need apply.
noshellswill

Saint Augustine, FL

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#12
Nov 13, 2010
 
KP wrote:
Republicans will take our country back to the came policies that caused this great recession.
So will the DemoRats ... didn't you hear Obama.nations big speech today singing the praises of **free trade**. He sang that 19-th century koolaide drinkers tune to South Korea and Japan ... two Asian countries with industry lock-step regulated by their Gub'mnts !!!

RepubliFat crony capitalists just try to fool everyone with their **free trade**/market economy bullshiit. Every thoughtful worker laughs. But, Obama.nation is worse than a fool because he knows better and still marches along spouting the fatkat line.

Since: Jul 08

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#13
Jun 2, 2011
 
Obamas socialist agenda derailed...

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