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Old 11-08-2012, 12:38 AM   #241
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Democrat Alan Grayson is back in Congress. He's somewhat considered the Democrats version of a Tea Partier in that he's very loud-spoken, but the difference is Mr. Grayson is intelligent, and he doesn't lie about things; he gets things done and speaks his mind about what he feels, and people listen to what he has to say. Big win for Democrats:

Grayson easily beats Todd Long
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Look out, Congress. Alan Grayson is coming back.

The fiery Orlando Democrat won a double-digit victory on Tuesday night, besting Republican Todd Long in Florida's newly created 9th Congressional District.

With 133 of 148 precincts reporting – plus early and absentee ballots -- Grayson led 62 percent to Long's 38 percent. A win returns Grayson to the U.S. House, where he served one term before losing in 2010 to now-U.S. Rep. Dan Webster, R-Winter Garden, in what is now Florida's 10th Congressional District.

"It feels great," said Grayson, who celebrated with supporters at Salsa Latina in Kissimmee. "I'm going to do my best when it comes to jobs, when it comes to housing, when it comes to education [and] when it comes to human needs."

Though Grayson is one of the most polarizing figures in U.S. politics — once calling his opponents "right-wing lunatics" — his victory was all but assured once the Aug. 14 primary was over.

The 9th Congressional District, which includes Osceola County and parts of Orange and Polk, is heavily Democratic, and Grayson raised $3.5 million in campaign funds to Long's $91,000.

Grayson also drew one of the weaker candidates in the Republican field — in part because he spent more than $110,000 in the GOP primary to help sink John Quiñones, the Hispanic chair of the Osceola County Commission.

Quiñones could have presented more of a challenge to Grayson — who, like Long, is non-Hispanic white — in a district where Hispanics comprise about 41 percent of the voting-age population.

But that didn't happen, and Grayson and his pugnacious brand of liberalism are headed back to Capitol Hill.

"When we choose our legislators … let's remember this: the laws that they pass can be a force for equality or a force against it. That's not only a big difference, it's the biggest difference of all," Grayson wrote to supporters in the days before Election Day.

As candidates, Grayson and Long disagreed on just about every issue. During a testy debate in September the two men frequently interrupted and insulted one another.

Grayson favors a big-government approach that would protect entitlement programs such as Medicare and Social Security. Long put a greater emphasis on reducing the debt and deficit, suggesting that younger workers could invest some of their Social Security contributions into private accounts to help keep the program solvent.

In his previous House term, Grayson was a vocal proponent of the Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare," and famously declared on the House floor that the Republican alternative was for sick patients to "die quickly."

As part of the financial-services committee, he acted as a tough overseer of Wall Street — grilling officials about the bank bailout and passing legislation through the House that would curtail "unreasonable and excessive" bonuses at companies rescued by the bailout.

Grayson also was a notable anti-war champion in the 2009-2011 term, introducing legislation that would have limited funding for military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and opposing Obama's decision to send more troops to Afghanistan.

But Grayson's intensity often crossed the line into insult. He once described an ex-lobbyist and advisor to the Federal Reserve as a "K Street whore." And during his 2010 run against Webster, Grayson ran a TV ad that dubbed his opponent "Taliban Dan."

That ad, which took a Webster speech out of context to paint the Republican as anti-women, was judged one of the worst of the midterm election by National Journal, a respected inside-the-Beltway publication.

Grayson also made it a priority last time to net federal dollars for Central Florida, securing $310 million in grants for local projects such as the Lynx bus system and the Orlando Housing Authority. He likely will take a similar approach in the upcoming term that starts in January.
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Old 11-08-2012, 12:41 AM   #242
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Grayson is exactly what they don't need. He's a male version of Wasserman, who is the most despicable liar in either party. If Democrats could get away from the Michael Moore leftists, they would be unstoppable.
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More hilariousness on Fox, this time from Ms. Piggy himself, Karl Rove:

Republican strategist Karl Rove's very bad night
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As television networks began declaring that President Barack Obama had won re-election, the most captivating televised drama Tuesday evening played out on Fox News, where Republican strategist Karl Rove refused to believe the race between Obama and Mitt Romney was over.

"I think this is premature," said Rove, a former senior adviser to George W. Bush and architect of Bush's two successful runs for the White House.

"We know that Karl has a rooting interest," Fox host Chris Wallace replied.

More than a rooting interest: Rove was the most prolific fundraiser for Republican causes during the 2012 election cycle.

With the assistance of a few powerful Republican friends, Rove helped to secure an estimated $300 million for Republican candidates, hoping to help turn the White House over to Romney and control of the U.S. Senate to Republicans.

In a $6 billion campaign, Rove's ability to part wealthy Republicans from their money made the political operative - who co-founded the American Crossroads "Super PAC" - a force in the party's effort to take down Obama.

Democratic groups raised millions of dollars based on appeals that focused on the threat Rove and the Crossroads groups posed to Democrats.

As it turned out, Obama held the White House and in nine of the 10 Senate races where Rove's groups spent the most money, the Democratic candidate won.

On Wednesday, Republicans' discontent was evident.

Conservative activist Richard Viguerie said in a statement Wednesday that "in any logical universe," Rove "would never be hired to run or consult on a national campaign again and no one would give a dime to their ineffective Super PACs, such as American Crossroads."

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, Rove's group spent more than $1 million in 10 different Senate races.

At the top of that group, Crossroads spent $11.2 million opposing Senate candidate Tim Kaine in Virginia, $7 million opposing Representative Shelley Berkley in Nevada, and $6 million in both Ohio and Wisconsin, opposing Senator Sherrod Brown and Tammy Baldwin, a member of the House of Representatives who was elected to the U.S. Senate.

Only Berkley lost on Tuesday.

For months, Rove's commercials told Montanans that their U.S. senator, Jon Tester, was "a top recipient of campaign cash from lobbyists and big banks."

Missourians were instructed to tell their Democratic senator, Claire McCaskill, "to stop spending and cut the debt."

In those races, as in Florida and Indiana, Rove's candidate lost. Only in Nevada, where Senator Dean Heller was challenged by Berkley, did Rove assist with a victory in race where he invested more than $1 million.

According to calculations made by the Sunlight Foundation, a nonpartisan group that seeks more transparency in campaign finance, Rove's outfits provided dismal returns to investors.

By the group's measure, 1 percent of the more than $100 million spent by American Crossroads achieved its desired results. Thirteen percent of the more than $70 million spent by Crossroads GPS did the same, the Sunlight Foundation said.

With Obama retaining the White House and the Democrats winning many tight Senate races, other conservative spending groups faltered, just as Rove's did.

Only 5 percent of the money spent by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce resulted in its desired effect, as measured by the Sunlight Foundation.

'THIS THING WAS WON'

In an interview with Reuters earlier this year, Rove said he wanted Crossroads to be a "permanent presence" in U.S. politics, an organization that would work alongside the Republican Party and employ the party's top strategists while remaining an attractive home for the party's most influential donors.

In 2007, Rove resigned as Bush's deputy chief of staff amid questions about his role in the firing of a federal prosecutor. With Bush's legacy bruised even among his own party, the 2012 campaign provided Rove a shot at redemption.

Appearing on Fox News on Wednesday morning, Rove sifted for a few gems in the election's rubble.

He said Obama's margin of victory among young voters decreased in his second election. He said Obama is the first president to be re-elected with a smaller share of the vote than in his first election.

Saying that Romney had convinced voters he was a better leader and had a better vision than Obama, Rove offered a different spin on Romney's losing campaign.

"This thing," Rove said, "was won."
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Pragmatism is nice, but Democrats need more aggression and more people who will not back down from Republicans and instead will get in their face and challenge them on their actions. And that's what Alan Grayson will do.
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I love the way Republicans dismiss female voters

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New voter bloc emerges: single women
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Two-thirds of single women voted for President Barack Obama on Tuesday – showing that unattached women are a powerful Democratic voting bloc.

These women were galvanized not only by traditional “women’s” issues such as birth control and abortion rights, but also by Obama’s jobs message and health reform, analysts say.

NBC News national exit polling shows that 67 percent of unmarried women said they voted for Obama. That's in line with the 2008 election, when 70 percent of single women helped usher the president into office. This proves it wasn't a single-election phenomenon: unmarried women have solidified into a powerful voting force, experts say.

“One of the reasons for that is the birth control issue,” says American Association of University Women Policy Director Lisa Maatz. “Abortion -- reasonable people can disagree on that and do. But the whole issue of access to birth control…is something that most women thought was a settled issue.”

By the way -- this isn't just young women, Maatz pointed out. many of the single women voters were over 50 -- divorced, widowed or never married.

The fight started with Obama administration rules requiring all insurers, including employers, to pay for a woman’s birth control care free of charge. Purely religious employers such as the Catholic church got an out on it, but the rules said religiously affiliated employers such as universities had to cover their employees.

Conservatives came out in strong opposition, framing the issue as one of religious freedom. One young woman who spoke out in favor of the new rules, Sandra Fluke, was pilloried by right-wing radio commentators, including Rush Limbaugh, who called her a “slut”. Worse, the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform put together a panel to discuss the birth control mandate that consisted entirely of white men.

“It was an eye-opener for young women who never believed such rights could be taken away, and a galvanizer for older women as well,” Maatz said.

“Single women and suburban women were particularly moved into the Democratic column by the very extreme remarks and policies by conservatives,” added Tara McGuinness of the left-leaning Center for American Progress.

U.S. Rep. Todd Akin of Missouri was one example. His comments about “legitimate ****” set off one firestorm. Then Indiana state treasurer Richard Mourdock worsened matters when he said pregnancies resulting from **** were God’s will. Both men lost their bids to become senators.

But several women did get into the Senate, including Elizabeth Warren in Massachusetts, Tammy Baldwin in Wisconsin, and Claire McCaskill for Missouri. They’ll make for 19 women in the Senate – the most ever.

In New Hampshire, Democrat Maggie Hassan defeated Republican Ovide Lamontagne to become governor after a campaign centered on social issues including abortion and same-sex marriage. Hassan got millions of dollars from groups such as EMILY's List, Planned Parenthood Action and abortion rights group NARAL.

Maatz said issues such as equal pay, and health reform’s attempts to stop health insurers from discriminating against women, also brought single women to the polls. The 2010 health reform law stops health insurance companies from common practices such as charging women more than men, and forces them to pay for birth control.

Minority women made up an especially big voice. Polls show 76 percent of Latinas and 96 percent of black women voted for Obama, according to the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health. “Latinas, and all women of color, are a powerful constituency, and we proved that on election day,” said Jessica González-Rojas, executive director of the group. “In Florida, we worked with Latinas on the ground to defeat an attack on abortion coverage; in swing states, we cast deciding votes, and across the country, we raised our voices.”

McGuinness noted that there’s not such thing as a “women’s vote”. Plenty of conservative women supprted Romeny and other Republicans -- and many came down on the side of religious freedom, restricting access to abortion and allowing employers to opt out of providing birth control. Many also disapprove of Obama's handling of jobs and the economy.

“That said, women made the difference in this election," McGuinness said. "Women determined the outcome of the election - period.”
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Republican's anti-woman agenda has backfired dramatically on them, and with women making up over half of the electorate and growing, it's something that threatens to drive the Republicans into irrelevancy. Republican men do not see women as equal. That is the reality. Women are property in their eyes. The misogyny cost the Republican party the election. Social issues in general. Republicans are simply too extreme to support.
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Richmond, VA voted 78% for Obama!
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Who won Florida in the end?
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Well, well.

Apparently the reason Romney lost was because of the "slut vote."

Yes, not all women are sluts of course. Married white women aren't sluts, but the rest of them are and it was the beginning of the end when women were ever allowed to vote because they don't apply reason to their choices.

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The Glum Old Party's excuses are hilarious Blaming women and the young for losing? LOL
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The Glum Old Party's excuses are hilarious Blaming women and the young for losing? LOL
Apparently it's Asians, Hispanics, Blacks, and Sluts. Obama won these groups by big margins. Romney still has white men and non-slut women, oh yeah, and old people.
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oh yeah, and old people.
It is logical and natural for old people to become more fiscally conservative. When you are young, redistribution sounds good; as you get older it sounds more and more like robbery. You will probably take the same path. There are very few who don't.
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It is logical and natural for old people to become more fiscally conservative. When you are young, redistribution sounds good; as you get older it sounds more and more like robbery. You will probably take the same path. There are very few who don't.
I'm already old. I voted for Obama. But I love your patronizing tone.

Also if you think there is any plan to redistribute wealth in the U.S., you are mistaken.
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