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VOTE! Or…. 2 November 2010

Posted by marisacat in 2010 Mid Terms, Inconvenient Voice of the Voter, Lie Down Fall Down Dems.

….my little white dog will pee on you!

About where we are…

Poking around Ben Smith’s page.. I see our old friend Mushie, Pervez Musharraf… he tagged along with Michael Smerconish, as he voted in Lower Merion Township, PA.

Who knows, maybe Mushie already has a US passport tucked in his Levi’s back pocket. 

He’ll vote next time around.


Politico has an interactive map on their FP:   http://www.politico.com/index.html 

and constant little dribbles of news:

07:10 PM PAUL WINS: The AP has called the Kentucky Senate race for Rand Paul, and the Indiana Senate race for Dan Coats, both Republicans.

PLUS: Polls have closed in six more states: Florida, Georgia, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Vermont and Virginia.




1. Mike Flugennock - 2 November 2010

Rand Paul… WINS? D’aahhh ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha hahhhh! OWWWW! My head!

It’s popcorn time!! HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HAHH.

marisacat - 2 November 2010

Who knew a lunatic opthamologist could rise so high.

😆 … 🙄

Running an idiot like Conway sure helped.

No choice….

2. marisacat - 2 November 2010

Yes yes Diane… we caught the drift of the push on the news…

Breaking News from ABCNEWS.com:

First Polls Close:

ABC News Projects Republican Senate Victories in Ind., S.C., and Tea Party Candidate Rand Paul in Ky. [7:00 p.m. ET]

For more on this and other breaking news go to ABCNews.com

welcome our new Aqua Buddha Overlords….

3. BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

Thing is, Hodes is a late closer, so…..

marisacat - 2 November 2010

oh they say that to all the girls… and boys. 😉

Secret weapon (Snob), late closer (Kerry), closer (Snob again!)…

At least by 7, 8pm ET, they cannot trot out the cell phone stories.

BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

Senator Meek! HooraOHHHHH!

4. marisacat - 2 November 2010

Politico FP


In his victory speech, Republican Dan Coats plans to say, “We have every reason in Indiana to be proud — because, with your help, we have done our part by turning a U.S. Senate seat from one that fundamentally enabled the Obama regime to one that firmly opposes it!”

PLUS: Polls have closed in Ohio, North Carolina and West Virginia.

5. marisacat - 2 November 2010

hey hey…


Frontiers of gay rights

Lexington, Ky., just elected its first openly gay mayor.

Houston did the same last year.

6. catnip - 2 November 2010

All napped up and reporting for popcorn eatage duty!

There’s something about an Aqua Buddha man…(sing along now…)

BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

I love this part of the night where I haven’t botched anything yet. LOL.

marisacat - 2 November 2010

70% of the vote in in FL and the split, is within .10 if one adds Crist and Meek. We’ll see how the numbers show with 100%… but………

Meek, no invites to the WH anytime soon

BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010


marisacat - 2 November 2010

Heat the butter!

7. marisacat - 2 November 2010

hmm Maybe Hodes wins “later”….


Marco Rubio, a Republican, has won Florida’s Senate race, the AP says.

ALSO IN THE SENATE: The AP projects that Kelly Ayotte, a Republican, has defeated Paul Hodes in the Senate race in New Hampshire; and Chris Coons, a Democrat, has defeated Christine O’Donnell in the Senate race in Delaware.

MEANWHILE: In the first competitive governor’s race called, the AP says John Lynch, a Democrat, has defeated his GOP challenger in New Hampshire.

8. marisacat - 2 November 2010

Papa Rove…


After Christine O’Donnell lost the Senate race in Delaware, Karl Rove took the chance to reflect:

“It gave me no pleasure to say that she was unlikely to win. But this again provies a lesson. This is a candidate who was right on the issues but who had mishandled a series of questions brought up by the press.”

Now, had she hired moi (Papa Rove…. )….

9. catnip - 2 November 2010

CNN is playing some kind of cowboy movie music as their theme. Rawhide!

10. marisacat - 2 November 2010

So……. maybe a blankie and a bottle?


At W.H.,

the spin doctors hide

No one from the West Wing plans to talk about the election until Obama himself speaks with reporters.

11. catnip - 2 November 2010

Blanch Lincoln = toast

catnip - 2 November 2010

Ed Schultz blames it on “Bill Halter and the lefties”.

12. BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

Buh Bye, Blanche.

13. marisacat - 2 November 2010

Blanche goes down in ARKANSAS………..

So shocking…

Blumenthal pulls it out…

14. marisacat - 2 November 2010

Perrielo loses…………………. 6 pt spread

15. catnip - 2 November 2010

Joe Manchin and his Big Gun win.

16. BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

My Botching Streak continues!
Manchin wins!

17. marisacat - 2 November 2010

Just an exit poll, so far:


An exit poll by CNN has Pennsylvania’s Republican nominee for Senate, Pat Toomey, winning 51 percent of the vote, over Rep. Joe Sestak’s 49 percent.

catnip - 2 November 2010

Every single time I’ve seen Sestak interviewed he’s acted like a sloganeering machine. No substance – all show.

marisacat - 2 November 2010

ohhe is horrible… has been from the get go. So is Bennet in CO… no shock if it all goes down…

18. catnip - 2 November 2010

Geez Louise. Lawrence O’Donnell and Ed Schultz are heavily laying the blame on “the left” for Lincoln’s loss. How pathetic. Get over it. She was a useless blue dog.

Madman in the Marketplace - 2 November 2010

that was pathetic, wasn’t it? Especially funny since Ed was cheering the primary challenge while it was happening.

ugh, and now Luke Russert interviewing Steele … so much stupid packed into one camera frame.

catnip - 2 November 2010

When the election for new pundits?

I thought O’Donnell was going to cry.

Madman in the Marketplace - 2 November 2010

he’s in full-on “lefties made donks LOSE” mode …

19. marisacat - 2 November 2010

Oh toofunny.. they just had La Nan on, predicting victory.

Is this like the joke about Japanese war cables?

We are winning the war, closer and closer to home!!


I did note she was wearing an Hermes scarfe. Poor Nan.

ts - 2 November 2010

Maybe they hired Muhammad Saeed al-Sahhaf
to write for her?

20. BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

Luke Pumpkinhead is interviewing Republican Genius-Chairman Michael Steele.

Oh God.

Madman in the Marketplace - 2 November 2010

Nepotism Boy interviews Affirmative Action Shill.

21. marisacat - 2 November 2010



Alan Grayson, the liberal Florida congressman, has lost his bid for reelection, according to his GOP opponent, Dan Webster, who put out a statement calling himself the “congressman-elect.”

(the second was Periello, already noted above)

22. BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010


BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010


That guy was such a fucking Fraud.

catnip - 2 November 2010

What is the sound of dkos exploding?

marisacat - 2 November 2010

the sound of drivel driveling…

BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

I doubt we’ve seen the last of him but that motherfucker would have milkede the Leftisher bit FORZEVERZ.

23. catnip - 2 November 2010
24. catnip - 2 November 2010

Alan Grayson lost? Ha! I knew he would eventually implode.

Madman in the Marketplace - 2 November 2010

I’m personally gonna miss him … he was entertaining at least.

Tweety is laughing in Marsha Blackburn’s face. BTW, she doesn’t consider ANY defense spending to be discretionary spending.

catnip - 2 November 2010

Marsha, Marsha, Marsha.

25. marisacat - 2 November 2010

12 states set to close………….

So far, Red wins 8 house seats….

26. Madman in the Marketplace - 2 November 2010

WI too close to call. They’re talking a turnout here approaching 60%.

Madman in the Marketplace - 2 November 2010

If Russ pulls it out, it’ll be turnout in Milwaukee that saves his bacon: In Milwaukee, Feingold Voters Have Obama in Mind

MILWAUKEE—Turnout was strong Tuesday in a mostly African-American neighborhood on Milwaukee’s West Side, where many voters came out to express support for a man not on the ballot: President Barack Obama.

Three-term Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold will need very strong turnout in Democratic strongholds like this one if he is going to catch Republican Ron Johnson, a plastics manufacturer from Oshkosh who is leading by between five and 10 points in recent polls.

A mark of anti-Democratic sentiment greets drivers as they enter the city in the form of a billboard condemning liberal bias in the media.

But here at a polling place inside the brown brick Metropolitan Baptist Church on Burleigh Street, the sentiment was markedly different.

Sylvester Rucker, a 61-year-old custodian, said he voted for Mr. Feingold not so much because he likes the senator but because he believes Mr. Obama will need six more years to right the country and a Democratic-held Congress to do it.

Ummmm, good luck with that.

marisacat - 2 November 2010

ugh aspects of this are crushing.

And I sure don’t care about the Democrats.

I am just happy, I fell off, was pushed, fell again, got run over… etc., from the Dem wagon.

They can no longer break my heart… Mad as hell yes… but not sad.

Madman in the Marketplace - 2 November 2010

no great love here, either, but his challenger is just too damned stupid to live, and I’d rather see Russ on the local media wagging his finger at me than the clown who’s up against him.

marisacat - 2 November 2010


27. marisacat - 2 November 2010

All together now………. LAUGH:

Grayson’s campaign said they needed a massive Democratic turnout to win, and that simply didn’t happen with the weather.

BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

Nothin like losing the race and killing Florida time-sales in one shot. LMAO.

marisacat - 2 November 2010

Hey we are going to be 60+ on the coast with tidal action (7 ft waves) tomorrow…

They can move here.

Cheap RE. Too.

28. catnip - 2 November 2010

Ron/Rand 2012!

Now that’s entertainment.

BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

America is exceptional but not inherently so..

How we doin for marshmallows, anyways?

29. catnip - 2 November 2010

On the wreck list:

Why Democrats might hold the House
by Demi Moaned


You were saying?

BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

Fred or Ned or Ted Shultz is gobsmacked that Rand Paul didn’t come out with the olive branch victory speech. Relax Ed.

Now he’s worrying Ob is going to be Impeached.

Worry about your job Ed.

30. catnip - 2 November 2010

I think Lawrence O’Donnell is going to need therapy after tonite.

marisacat - 2 November 2010

😆 He missed all the signs?

The billboards? The klieg lights? The sky writing?

Oh poor LD

31. marisacat - 2 November 2010

Looks like Giannoulias will pull it out.

Or the graveyards rose up!

Madman in the Marketplace - 2 November 2010

cue up the “chicago politics” quips!

marisacat - 2 November 2010

only 15% in, but Quinn was up too…


BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010


I’ll walk it off!

32. Madman in the Marketplace - 2 November 2010

Joe Manchin is the new Blanche!

marisacat - 2 November 2010

He really is.. that ad with the hunting rifle was a bt much.

BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

The guy ran to the right of Cheney.
It is all such farce.

catnip - 2 November 2010

He’ll be an Obamalama fave then.

33. BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

Van Hollen mailed in umbrage with MSNBC’s call on the House.

catnip - 2 November 2010

Nothing stings like “umbrage”!

marisacat - 2 November 2010

Maybe he had on a Hermes scarfe too… Like La Nan.


Despite losses on the East Coast, DCCC chief Chris Van Hollen says he is “confident” that his party will keep control of the House. He also is criticizing NBC News for saying the GOP has taken the chamber, saying: “That’s a mistake. It’s way too early.” CNN has joined NBC in calling the House for Republicans.

catnip - 2 November 2010

Everybody and their dog called it for the Repubs weeks ago. Where has he been?

BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

Shorter D Trip Chair VHollen:

“Gee Maude, how come all the water on the beach just went out to sea? Who left all these flopping fish here?”

34. marisacat - 2 November 2010

New Post


……………… 8)

35. BooHooHooMan - 2 November 2010

LOL. Best blurb on DK:

GOTV in the West – do you want Bonercare?
by varro


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