GOP takes U.S. House

Resurgent Republicans gained control of the U.S. House of Representatives, according to various news outlets. The GOP was adding seats in the Senate, too, in midterm elections shadowed by recession and fueled by a rebellion of tea party conservatives.

“We’ve come to take our government back,” Sen.-elect Rand Paul told cheering supporters at a victory party in Bowling Green, Ky.

Democratic Sen. Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas lost her seat and House members in Florida, Indiana and Virginia were among the Republicans’ victims. First-term Rep. Tom Perriello in Virginia was a casualty despite a late-campaign appearance on his behalf by President Barack Obama.

On a good night for Republicans, Paul and tea party favorite Marco Rubio in Florida coasted to easy Senate victories, overcoming months of withering Democratic attacks on their conservative views. But Christine O’Donnell lost badly in Delaware.

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Live free or die (The Children)

November 2nd, 2010
10:41 pm

It’s Jackass daddy. You can’t spell but you sure can go to those porn sites every night. We are tired of trying to do our homework with a sticky keyboard. So stop whacking off. You should not have given us wifi and an iPad you dumb phuck of a daddy. Now we can lay in bed and whack off just like you.

Live free or die (the true one)

November 2nd, 2010
10:43 pm

Excuse me everyone, let me go spank some asses….My kids are tripping

Happy

November 2nd, 2010
10:49 pm

This Sh!t is funny…..Please scroll up…!!!

Live free or die

November 2nd, 2010
10:55 pm

Typical democrats….when they lose or get faced with the truth, they resort to filth, namecalling, and debauchery. You all make your party proud. I’m out on this board….enjoy yourselves.

misa

November 2nd, 2010
11:10 pm

Gridlock is best for stocks

in debt

November 3rd, 2010
12:47 am

Media is owned; its a business; and has an agenda – that agenda is to make money primarily. Who gets “covered” in a marketing, advertising, political campaign is a matter of money and influence. Those not “covered” can go away not winning and not holding domination over most of the economy. By design, this is an oligarchy – government by the few for the few as a result, that is, no matter how the presenters, in fact, “show” the views of what they define as news.

In this age of engineered financial and productive decline, in value, in output, in quality of life; we should look at the dollar. The central institution dominating the loss of value in the US dollar is the Federal Reserve Bank – which despite its pre-Orwellian name – is not public except by its statutory protection from Anti-trust law from being a monopoly. The “Fed” dictates the market and owns all of mortgage backed securities from the so-called government backed financial markets.

This election, regardless of the name changes, will not change the fundamental aspects of the US economy – no matter how its pitched. The pace of wealth, real estate, and store of value shall continue to concentrate unabated to the top few percent while what’s left of the middle class will continue down “The road to Serfdom”. Well, at least gun sales are up.

lovetravel

November 3rd, 2010
9:54 am

No matter what the outlook with the vote yesterday!! There lots of thing that make people upset and angry toward themselves. I am sorry I do not know what the different between those 2 party, they both seem the same thing but whoever you vote will hope to change everything but remember whoever you vote, don’t be mad because the other does not vote the same. Not all party are alike so watch who you vote for and watch who you getting upset with