7 p.m.: Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina

posted at 6:16 pm on November 6, 2012 by Allahpundit

Free advice, take it or leave it: Don’t start obsessing about Ohio until we have a better sense of what’s happening in Virginia. Everyone’s going to go crazy when the OH early voting totals are revealed sometime after 7:30, as that’ll be the first strong sign of whether Romney’s overperforming or not. But there’s a reason I listed VA as a “prerequisite” in yesterday’s post on electoral math. Losing it won’t kill Romney but it’ll put him in the ICU; it would wipe out 13 of the 18 EVs he’s hoping to gain from Ohio. If he drops VA, then he’d have to win Ohio and Wisconsin and Iowa and another state or else somehow pull the rabbit out of the hat in Pennsylvania. Virginia is a big, big deal, and right now it’s a pure toss-up. Team Mitt likes what they’re seeing, though:

Southwestern Virginia and southwestern Pennsylvania are reportedly seeing big turnout for Romney. In both states, these are the rural conservative regions and Romney needs to run up his numbers in these areas.

Here’s the state’s page for election returns. Politico flags Henrico and Prince William Counties as ones to watch; both went for O last time. Given how tight the race is and the fact that Virgil Goode is a native son, the third-party vote here could potentially be a problem.

North Carolina is Romney’s safest swing state, so much so that I didn’t bother putting it up on the board in yesterday’s “electoral math made easy” post. RCP’s average has him ahead by three points exactly, so there’s your first benchmark in measuring whether GOP turnout nationally is higher than expected tonight. If this state is called early, that’s a good omen. If Obama somehow makes a contest of it, might be time to start drinking. You can follow the returns here.

Now for the big one. O led by 2.9 points in the final RCP average but anecdotal reports today are promising. First, a shot of optimism from Ari Fleischer:

Early voting is up in red counties and down in blue counties from 2008, which is what you’d expect and necessary for a Romney win. WaPo has a nice rundown of benchmarks for key counties: O’s aiming for close to 70 percent in Cuyahoga County, a la what he pulled in 2008, and he’s hoping to cut into Romney’s advantage in Delaware County the way he did to McCain, winning 36,000 votes there versus 27,000 for Kerry in 2004. Franklin County has gotten more Democratic over the last three elections, with Obama winning it in 60-39 four years ago, and both sides are hoping to win Hamilton County, which was reliably red until O won it in 2008. Here’s the Secretary of State’s page for returns. You can click the link there to view by county.

We’ve got a handy dandy Townhall election widget in the front page sidebar for you to follow results. Politico has a county-by-county map of the whole country to help simplify things too. And here’s the livestream for Ed and Guy Benson co-hosting the Hugh Hewitt show. One bit of recommended reading before we get into updates and results: This piece from National Journal explains in detail why Ohio’s rules for provisional ballots might, might lead to a weeks-long clusterfark a la Florida 2000. If you think Romney (or Obama) will win handily tonight then it’s no sweat, but do note that the candidates themselves are well prepared for this eventuality. Romney allegedly has a “go team” ready to roll.

Update: Mitt projecting confidence:

Speaking with reporters on his campaign plane for the last time, Mitt Romney revealed that he’s only written one speech so far.

“I just finished writing a victory speech,” he told the travelling press. “It’s about 1,118 words. And, uh, I’m sure it will change before I’m finished, because I haven’t passed it around to my family and friends and advisers to get their reaction, but I’ve only written one speech at this point.”

Update: The polls in Indiana closed at 6 p.m. ET. Victory is a foregone conclusion there for Romney but not for Richard Mourdock. As I’m writing this, the Indiana Secretary of State’s page is slow so I’m tracking returns on Politico’s page.

Update: Not unexpected, but not good either:

Update: It’s still early in Indiana but David Freddoso notices that Mourdock is underperforming McCain’s county numbers thus far — in a state that McCain lost narrowly. Ari Fleischer sees positive signs for O in Indiana too, but we’ll need Virginia numbers before we can try to deduce any national trends.

Update: Chris Cillizza of WaPo tweets that the bellwether counties in Virginia are Prince William and Loudoun. Both went to Obama in 2008 and then to Bob McDonnell in the gubernatorial race in 2009.

Update: A case study in why you shouldn’t trust early exit polls. According to CNN, the partisan split in Ohio tonight is D+7, which nearly equals the D+8 that Democrats produced in Obama’s wave year of 2008. No way is that correct.

Update: There’s good news in the dubious exit polls too.

Update: Another bellwether for you to watch in Virginia: Fairfax Villa in Fairfax County.

In 2004, John Kerry won Fairfax County, but lost Virginia 54-46. To be precise, Bush got 53.7% in Virginia. He got 52.5% in Fairfax Villa.

In 2008, Virginia voted 52.6% for Obama, and Fairfax Villa voted 53.0% for Obama.

A year later, in the governor election, the precinct and the state swung back to Republicans, big time. Virginia voted 58.6% for Bob McDonnell, and Fairfax Villa voted 60.1% for McDonnell.

Update: With nearly 15 percent reporting, Mourdock trails Joe Donnelly by two-tenths of a point.

Update: Over at the RCP live blog, Sean Trende is watching Virginia: “But with 77% in, Chesterfield [County] is 45% for Obama. That’s what he got last time. If that holds, it is very difficult for Romney to win.”

Update: Why Virginia is close:

Update: Consensus on Twitter right now among experts I follow, including Trende, is that Romney isn’t doing what he needs to do in the suburbs in Virginia to turn the state red. It’s still early and college towns appear to be underperforming for Obama, but the state looks to be close, which is in line with the RCP average showing Obama up by less than half a point. Voting in the state could be extended for hours tonight, so if you haven’t gone yet, now’s the time.

Update: Extremely early in Ohio but unless I’m misreading this, the Secretary of State has already posted the early voting totals. O leads right now by roughly 190,000 votes, which is just about what Jay Cost estimated this morning. Obama’s early vote lead from “strong” blue counties versus “strong” red counties four years ago was 323,000.

Update: Don’t give up on Virginia yet:

Update: Another hopeful sign from Conn Carroll: Romney’s up by 12 with 80 percent reporting in Chesapeake County, which Obama won narrowly four years ago.

Update: With 26 percent in, Romney’s lead in North Carolina is less than a point. But Jim Geraghty reports that the mood among GOP insiders about NC, FL, and especially VA has improved markedly in the past half hour or so.

Update: Meanwhile in Indiana, hopes of repealing ObamaCare are waning. Mourdock trails by more than three points with more than 45 percent reporting.

Update: Back in Virginia, Romney’s atoning for his underperformance in Chesterfield County with big numbers up north:

Ben Domenech also now thinks Romney will hang on in Virginia. Fingers crossed.

Update: Patrick Ruffini spies a 16-point swing against Obama in Arlington County and is now wondering if Virginia might even be called for the GOP before Florida.

Update: Erika and MKH have you covered in Pennsylvania and Michigan, but I’m hearing that news outlets just called the Senate race in PA for Bob Casey and the presidential race in MI for Obama at the top of the hour. That takes one potential Romney longshot state off the table and makes Pennsylvania seem unlikely. But then, Ohio and Wisconsin have always been our best bets.

Update: Tim Carney, who noted Fairfax Villa as a key bellwether in one of the updates above, is in Fairfax County tonight and doesn’t like what he sees. Interesting difference of opinion right now between him and Trende on the one hand and Rove and Ruffini on the other about Romney using northern Virginia to pull this out.

Update: With 62.5 percent reporting and more than six and a half million votes counted, Romney leads in Florida — by 12,000 votes. Bush/Gore deja vu!

Update: Oof — multiple news outlets now calling Pennsylvania for Obama. That leaves Minnesota as the only longshot on the table for Romney. If, as expected, that goes blue too, then he needs to win either Ohio or Wisconsin. And if Virginia slips through his fingers, he’ll need to win both.

Update: Some quick and dirty electoral math for you now that Michigan and Pennsylvania are off the table. If Obama holds on in Minnesota and Nevada, which he’s expected to do, then he’s at 243 electoral votes. Florida has 29, so if he pulls the upset there, then he doesn’t need any other state. He’d be at 272 and that would be it. Romney desperately needs to hold that slim lead in FL. If instead O pulls an upset in Virginia, that would put him at 256. He could get to 270 then with Ohio or with Wisconsin plus any other state or with Colorado plus Iowa.

Update: Oh boy. Fox News just called Wisconsin for Obama. All down to Ohio now for Romney. He needs to win OH + FL + VA + one other state.

Update: CBS just called New Hampshire for Obama, which simplifies things. If Romney doesn’t hold on in Florida, Virginia, and North Carolina and win Ohio and Iowa or Colorado, he’s done.

Oh: And Fox News just called the Indiana Senate for Joe Donnelly.

Update: With nearly 80 percent in, Obama’s actually ahead in Florida by 14,000 votes. And the word on Twitter is that he’s doing well in the bellwether counties.

Update: ABC just called Minnesota for Obama so all the longshots are now off the table. I assume Nevada will be called within the next 20 minutes or so (it’s 9:55 p.m. ET right now), which means Romney’s remaining path will be basically set. FL + VA + NC + OH + either CO or IA. Or bust.

Update: The good news is, with almost 77 percent in, Romney holds a lead in Virginia of nearly 90,000 votes. The bad news is in Florida, where, with 87 percent in, Obama’s clinging to a 37,000-vote lead. At the RCP blog, Tom Bevan says the remaining precincts there should favor … Obama.

Update: As noted above, Obama leads in Florida by 37,000 votes. Right now, Gary Johnson has … 39,000 votes.

Update: Elsewhere, in the suddenly forgotten state of Ohio, Obama holds a 90,000-vote lead with roughly half the state reporting.

Update: As of 10:30 ET, Romney’s ahead in the national popular vote by 1.3 million votes. Only eight percent of New York has reported, though, and none of the west coast has come in yet, so expect that to disappear quickly. Realistically, if Obama’s on his way to 300 or so electoral votes, he’s not going to lose the popular vote.

Update: O’s up by only 16,000 votes in Florida with nine percent of the state still be counted, but a big chunk of that is in Miami-Dade County, where 30 percent of the vote is still outstanding. That’s Obama’s stronghold; assuming that remaining 30 percent trends blue, he’s going to pad his lead, not lose it.

Update: At 10:54 ET, Romney finally wins the swing state that everyone thought would be easy pickings. The AP just called North Carolina for him. With nearly 98 percent reporting, he leads by two points. Meanwhie, with two-thirds of the vote in, Obama continues to lead in Ohio by 80,000 votes.

Update: Just as I’m reporting the first big Romney victory of the night, the Denver Post is calling Colorado for Obama. That makes the math easy: Romney now needs Ohio, Florida, Virginia, and Iowa. A loss in any of those states ends it.

Update: I’m hearing that George Allen has conceded to Tim Kaine in the Virginia Senate race, which bodes ill for Romney’s chances. He leads by 13,000 votes but there are blue counties still to come in. Larry Sabato called the state a likely win for O just 10 minutes ago.

Looks like the writing’s on the wall. The networks are holding off on calling these states, I think, simply because it amounts to calling the entire election.

Update: NBC just called Iowa for Obama. Assuming all the calls made by the networks are correct tonight (some Republicans are holding out hope for Wisconsin, although it’s been called by both Fox and ABC), then the election’s all but over. We’re just waiting on Nevada now, O’s strongest swing state, to clinch 271.

Update: At 11:13 ET, NBC calls Ohio for Obama. Fox follows a minute later. Ballgame.

Update: Assuming O holds on in Florida and ekes it out in Virginia, he’ll have swept all the swing states except NC and will finish with 332 electoral votes, not far off the pace from the 365 he won four years ago. Nearly four years of a miserable economy plus hundreds of millions of dollars in conservative campaign spending was worth 32 electoral votes. Indiana and North Carolina, essentially.

Update: I guess it’s time.

Update: This result is so bad that I think we need to double dip on misery videos. Did the Democrats actually pick up Senate seats this year?

Update: At 12:40 a.m., both the AP and CBS are calling Virginia for Obama. He’s over 300 EVs now, I believe. Still waiting on Florida, where he leads by 50,000 votes with 97.5 percent reporting. He’s ahead in the popular vote now too, with most of California and 20 percent of New York still to report.


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Oh frabjous day, oh frabjous day,
Democrats make a double play.
Obama’s in for 4 more years,
Romney’s drowning in his tears.
Harry Reid’s got more votes,
McConnell’s only left with the mopes.

I could go on and on, but you get the point. What I want to know is –

When are you going to leave la-la land and join us in the real world?

The one where human-caused climate change exists, minorities have the same rights as majorities, women have the same rights as men, gays are accepted as people.

The one where religions do not attempt to impose their beliefs on others. That’s what radical Musliims try to do.

Idiot comments on this blog over the last year –

Obama’s a communist
Obama’s a socialist
Obasma’s a Nazi
Obama’s a traitor
Obama’s a dictator
Obama’s a liar
Obama’s a Muslim
Obama’s not a citizen
Oblamer, Obummer, Oliar, Obamao.
A ham sandwich could beat Obama
My dog could beat Obama
Romney’s dog could beat Obama (actually, that one was funny)

Oh, by the way – Obamacare is the law of the land. Get used to it. And better yet, man and woman up, take responsibility, and get insurance. Don’t want to – too bad. Pay the penalty for shirking responsibility.

Death panels – one of the crudest lies ever perpetrated. Want to know where the death panels are – at the insurance company claim centers where they deny, refuse, obfuscate and delay on claims. Those people’s bonuses always, their promotions often, and their jobs sometimes depend on how much they save the company in claims denial. Give me a disinterested panel of bureaucrats any day over a bunch of people whose well-being depends on their denying people their health coverage.

People I won’t miss – Akin, Mourdock, McMahon, West (hopefully, he’s down with only 3% of the vote outstanding), Bachmann (maybe, race is even with 70% of the vote in), Palin (already faded into irrelevance), Morris, Rove.

What was it that McConnell said was about one week after Obama took office – the most important goal for Republicans was to balance the budget? Uh, no. Mayve it was to reduce the debt? Nope, not that either. Hows about creating jobs? Uh-uh. Oh, I remember – to make sure Obama was a 1-term {resident. And he and
Republicans tried everything to make that happen. FAIL.

What a great day for America!

independentvoice on November 7, 2012 at 1:28 AM

Marxist getting ready to speak. Have no interest in hearing it.

bgibbs1000 on November 7, 2012 at 1:28 AM

I switched to a movie 20 minutes ago. Not going to listen to him.

predator on November 7, 2012 at 1:29 AM

Wow. I work for a healthcare company with just over 300 people. Our CEO was a lawyer in the healthcare industry for decades before starting our company several years ago. She has read and understood the Obamacare law. Of the 21 taxes in the law, one of them is insidious… the excise tax, which taxes “excessive” healthcare expenditures as a luxury tax. The problem is that it is indexed to an indicator that increases much slower than the costs of healthcare… which means within a decade it will hit every employer that self-funds healthcare. Her prediction is that within that decade, every healthcare coverage provided by self-funded employers with less than 500 employees will drop their coverage. She said this knowing we have just over 300 people.

With the inflation increases, falling salaries, increasing gas costs, increasing taxes, increasing compliance, fewer jobs, and now a guarantee of loss of healthcare coverage… my family will not survive. It’s simple math. There’s nothing else we can cut… unless we let the house slide into foreclosure and split the family up. That’s my future. And if that’s what you call “overreacting”, well F*CK you.

dominigan on November 7, 2012 at 1:13 AM

I agree with you and I know what you are talking about….

Obama Care was passed by the Democrat Majority full of so-much CRAP so that after a few years………..the public will be clamoring for single payor………and the Democrats will say (along with the Democrat allies in the mainstream media), “you see, we tried the Republican way of health insurance companies but it didn’t work out, so now we need to go straight Single Payor.”

There is so much Regulatory Crap in Obama Care that it was designed to fail after a few years………..to be later replaced with single payor.

56andwarmweather on November 7, 2012 at 1:29 AM

tax rebellion.
Starve the snakes, one way or the other.

justltl on November 7, 2012 at 1:23 AM

Oh, I’m sure that is coming. If there are no jobs, there are no taxes. Our govt will tax us to death, then beg China for more money… That is when China will call in our debt.

kcd on November 7, 2012 at 1:29 AM

There’s only so much that he can really do with an Executive Order. A president can’t just make law and SCOTUS has precedent for this (Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer if you’re interested) and the courts aren’t afraid to use it, as they did when they smacked Clinton when he got out of line.

As to the House and the purse strings, so long as we’re on continuing resolutions they will have a hard time taking away money they’ve already passed but once that little bit has run out then all they have to do is refuse to spend more.

alchemist19 on November 7, 2012 at 1:18 AM

Till he appoints 1 or 2 more leftists and then there’s a new controlling law. You don’t get it.

njrob on November 7, 2012 at 1:31 AM

Fantasyland.

bgibbs1000 on November 7, 2012 at 1:25 AM

If Obama oversteps his authority and tries to write legislation via executive order in violation of the Constitution and with SCOTUS backing him up you think the Tea Partiers are just going to stand there and let him do it? The House GOP rebelled over amnesty under Bush and that was before the Tea Party. You think the people who got swept into office in the 2010 midterms are just going to stand there if Obama tries what you’re suggesting and I’m the one in Fantasyland? Dude, I get that you’re depressed right now but don’t lose touch with reality.

alchemist19 on November 7, 2012 at 1:32 AM

Americans are just exhausting other possibilities.

The “other possibilities” will be Greece riots. Maybe more occupy camps.

Elchasebo on November 7, 2012 at 1:35 AM

And they don’t want to have anything to do with God. They made it very clear at their convention. The Democrat party is corrupt and they have the corrupt media following them. There is no place for good people as it stands right now.

Voter from WA State on November 7, 2012 at 1:20 AM

And I agree with everything you have said.

These are difficult times for our nation………and I am lacking optimism in our fellow countrymen at the moment.

America has chosen this course of action.

56andwarmweather on November 7, 2012 at 1:35 AM

I can’t wait for Israel to blow the hell out of Iran.

Bring it on. All of it.

Buck Turgidson on November 7, 2012 at 1:37 AM

Till he appoints 1 or 2 more leftists and then there’s a new controlling law. You don’t get it.

njrob on November 7, 2012 at 1:31 AM

First off, he’s going to get one at most unless someone dies, and the one he gets will be a replacement for Ginsberg. There also has to be some reason for SCOTUS to overturn settled law. Your scenario seems unlikely.

alchemist19 on November 7, 2012 at 1:37 AM

alchemist19 on November 7, 2012 at 1:32 AM

Oh come on, the dont even have the balls to sobpena the people in this Bengazi tradgedy that could give them all the answers they need!

kcd on November 7, 2012 at 1:38 AM

William Eaton on November 7, 2012 at 1:28 AM

Agreed with most of what you wrote. Go with the “Freedom Party”… the others have too much overhead. Start with the TEA Party, not the GOP. Require adherence to party platform, or ejection from the party. Too much “big tent” diluted the message and initiatives until we gave away every principle. Explain the message and stand up to the MSM and nail them to the wall by calling them out to their faces over their lying and cover-ups. Make them explain their journalistic bigotry instead of you having to describe why their imaginary attack isn’t real.

dominigan on November 7, 2012 at 1:38 AM

alchemist19 = optimist. I admire you for that, I just don’t see things that way anymore. I’ve been let down too many times by our institutions who are supposed to prohibit the things this president has been doing the last 4 years.

Elchasebo on November 7, 2012 at 1:38 AM

Alchemist I used Fantasyland only in reference to the house refusing to spend more. Thought I made that clear when I bolded it.

bgibbs1000 on November 7, 2012 at 1:41 AM

Four more years of smug and condescending, just like his unconscionable supporters and trolls who are allowed free rein on this blog. See ya in a couple months, suckers.

ExpressoBold on November 7, 2012 at 1:41 AM

Voter from WA State on November 7, 2012 at 1:38 AM

If you want to put your money where your mouth is I’ll take that 20% unemployment bet.

alchemist19 on November 7, 2012 at 1:41 AM

Where are we going to be 20% unemployment? I think that happens easily because I am sure there are companies that will be closing their doors starting tomorrow morning.

Voter from WA State on November 7, 2012 at 1:38 AM

Probably more like 40%… no kidding.

kcd on November 7, 2012 at 1:42 AM

If you want to put your money where your mouth is I’ll take that 20% unemployment bet.

alchemist19 on November 7, 2012 at 1:41 AM

You already lost. Real unemployment is over 20%.

bgibbs1000 on November 7, 2012 at 1:49 AM

I like alchemist optimism also and there’s nothing wrong with it. I just don’t share it. Been let down so many times lost count.

bgibbs1000 on November 7, 2012 at 1:52 AM

First off, he’s going to get one at most unless someone dies, and the one he gets will be a replacement for Ginsberg. There also has to be some reason for SCOTUS to overturn settled law. Your scenario seems unlikely.

alchemist19 on November 7, 2012 at 1:37 AM

It only seems unlikely when considered within the worldview that respects the rule of law. We no longer live in that worldview, and you need to adjust your assumptions accordingly. The first indicators should have been with the circumventing of contract law by Obama in the auto bailout, then issuing waivers from obeying the new healthcare law just passed when the law didn’t provide for waivers, and arming drug cartels in violation of Article III Section 3 of the US Constitution, and arming Al Qaeda members to overflow Syria in violation of Article III Section 3 of the US Constitution… should I go on or will you acknowledge reality and rescind your statement?

dominigan on November 7, 2012 at 1:52 AM

Agreed with most of what you wrote. Go with the “Freedom Party”… the others have too much overhead. Start with the TEA Party, not the GOP. Require adherence to party platform, or ejection from the party. Too much “big tent” diluted the message and initiatives until we gave away every principle. Explain the message and stand up to the MSM and nail them to the wall by calling them out to their faces over their lying and cover-ups. Make them explain their journalistic bigotry instead of you having to describe why their imaginary attack isn’t real.

dominigan on November 7, 2012 at 1:38 AM

(1) Keep the party platform simple so that a majority of Americans can adhere to it. Once you get down in the weeds you end up a minority party which is what the GOP is becoming. That is the beauty of the constitution, it is a simple document, not like the idiotic monstrosity of a constitution the “Euroland” has. The platform should be like the constitution….simple. Also when we gain power use it to role back everything (that is possible) that goes against the platform. GOP never seemed to have the guts to role back anything when they have had power.

(2) I like the idea of using the Tea Party as its base, that way we can ditch some the consistent losers who are running the GOP now from positions of power in the new party.

(3) We need wealthy investors and businessmen who believe in the new party to develop a plan to either crush the MSM with more friendly competitors (FOX is not enough by itself) or to actually acquire a MSM network or two.

This has happened before in American history. Major political parties have died in the past, see the Federalist and the Whigs. They died because they no longer could address the problems of the country at that time. Maybe it is time for the GOP to die, or transform into something that is better suited to deal with the dangers of today.

William Eaton on November 7, 2012 at 2:01 AM

dominigan on November 7, 2012 at 1:52 AM

I will do neither, nor is it necessary for you to list off the sins of the Obama administration for me. The man’s a horrible leader who sullies the office he holds every day he holds it.

There’s a distinction between Obama himself trying to legislate with an Executive Order he writes and signs as an end run around Congress and something like Fast and Furious; Fast and Furious was a terrible idea with tragic results but it’s probably not one that originated at the top, and even if it did there’s plausible deniability. We’re on totally different levels. Let me put it to you this way, if you think things just magically happen just because Jug Ears signs an Executive Order if it’s something Congress really really doesn’t want to happen when why is Gitmo still open? And that was done at the beginning of his term with full Democrat control of everything.

alchemist19 on November 7, 2012 at 2:06 AM

Oh, by the way – Obamacare is the law of the land. Get used to it. And better yet, man and woman up, take responsibility, and get insurance. Don’t want to – too bad. Pay the penalty for shirking responsibility.

You forgot a couple of stickeywickets!

In Obamacare, subsidies are authorised only for those individuals enrolled in “an exchange established by the state under § 1311,” but the legislation has no similar language authorising the subsidisation of individuals enrolled within any exchange that the Federal government might create.

How are you going to subsidise people in the proposed, Federal exchanges where the states have declined to create their own?

Federal exchanges have NO FUNDING MECHANISMS and they aren’t going to get one for the Republican House.

Furthermore, no business located in a state without an exchange is mandate to provided insurance or turn over their employees to the non-existent exchange or pay the penalty.

Hint: Next time read what’s in the bill before you sign onto it!

XOXO

Resist We Much on November 7, 2012 at 2:18 AM

Oh, by the way – Obamacare is the law of the land. Get used to it. And better yet, man and woman up, take responsibility, and get insurance. Don’t want to – too bad. Pay the penalty for shirking responsibility.

One more thing, Proggie!

I have insurance — a major medical policy and the financial resources to cover whatever may.

Now, you, Obama, Pelosi, et al, say that lawmakers should keep their grubby hands and laws off of my body. Since when do my health as a women be reduced to abortion and contraception?

How about you and your Progressive-busybody-Mrs Kravitz-ilk, keep your fvcking laws off of my body and my health insurance policy, along with my automobile, financial transactions, soda size, cubboards, larders, medicine cabinets, bedrooms, appliances, diet, refrigerator, business, stock transactions, banking accounts, lightbulbs, toilets, showerheads, business, and every other thing that is absolutely none of your business?

Resist We Much on November 7, 2012 at 2:25 AM

Resist We Much on November 7, 2012 at 2:25 AM
You are still feisty. Good on you. Despair is an easy path.

txmomof6 on November 7, 2012 at 4:24 AM

Damn – I just woke up and boy howdy – did Obama (the worst President in US history) put a whooping on kid Willard!!

Well Well Well – Willard, in the end couldn’t beat the worst President in history.

When you put winning ahead of principle – in the end you’re nothing but an unprincipled loser.

HondaV65 on November 7, 2012 at 4:44 AM

It would be really interesting to know what the legal vote result was. I have no doubt that at least a million illegal votes were cast nationwide.

People will come to rue the day. Obama is the Destroyer, and most people don’t realize that yet.

disa on November 7, 2012 at 5:35 AM

So here we are in Loudoun County VA, the richest county in America (no thanks to the income in this household, by any means) and 51.52% of the vote went to Obama, 47.05% to Romney, with Virgil Goode and Gary Johnson sucking up one percent combined. So there is clearly something going on beyond this 47% thing.

I suppose I’m going to be wrapping myself in a thin blanket of comfort, with the thought that the implementation of Obamacare is going to hit a lot of Obama voters right between the eyes.

[foul expletives deleted]

I plan to take sick pleasure in watching the liberal chickens sh!t all over America.

I told you so.

disa on November 7, 2012 at 5:55 AM

What would Andrew Breitbart do?

EnglishRogue on November 7, 2012 at 6:30 AM

What would Andrew Breitbart do?

EnglishRogue on November 7, 2012 at 6:30 AM

Drink?

forest on November 7, 2012 at 7:16 AM

Damn – I just woke up and boy howdy – did Obama (the worst President in US history) put a whooping on kid Willard!!

Well Well Well – Willard, in the end couldn’t beat the worst President in history.

When you put winning ahead of principle – in the end you’re nothing but an unprincipled loser.

HondaV65 on November 7, 2012 at 4:44 AM

He was unable to beat the candidate AND his substantial duplicitous partner, the media.

If the media wanted Romney to win, then they would have made it happen.

E-R

electric-rascal on November 7, 2012 at 7:40 AM

Decline

Bmore on November 15, 2012 at 10:54 AM

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