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Terry McAuliffe, a businessman and former head of the Democratic National Committee, captured the Virginia governor’s seat Tuesday, defeating Republican Ken Cuccinelli II, the state attorney general whose conservative crusades made him an icon of the tea party movement.

 

lol.



Democrats were also victorious in the lieutenant governor’s race, as state Sen. Ralph Northam defeated Republican E.W. Jackson, the Chesapeake minister whose history of inflammatory remarks about gays and abortion became a flash-point of the campaign.

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Terry McAuliffe, a businessman and former head of the Democratic National Committee, captured the Virginia governor’s seat Tuesday, defeating Republican Ken Cuccinelli II, the state attorney general whose conservative crusades made him an icon of the tea party movement.

 

lol.

 

Democrats were also victorious in the lieutenant governor’s race, as state Sen. Ralph Northam defeated Republican E.W. Jackson, the Chesapeake minister whose history of inflammatory remarks about gays and abortion became a flash-point of the campaign.

 

 

Didn't New Jersey have an election for Governor today? You know one that might actually affect YOUR life.

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Didn't New Jersey have an election for Governor today? You know one that might actually affect YOUR life.

 

Yeah - because Christie changed the senate seat election day so he wouldn't be compared to Booker. LOLOL. Cons - lying and cheating are all they ever do.

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Didn't New Jersey have an election for Governor today? You know one that might actually affect YOUR life.

Affects your life too, since NJ is also your state. Leave it to you to never say a goddamn thing about anything.

 

Christie saved the state 's pension system which I guess he will be cursed again by you righties for actually helping people.

 

But this thread is about McAuliffe who got an F from the NRA and threw in tons of money against him. This state smells very blue to me , suckers.

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And what did it take for the Dem to eke out a close win?

 

A libertarian 3rd party candidate.

 

And a typical cave by the Republican Establishment, aided and abetted by that fake WashPost poll.

 

 

Cuccinelli Campaign Says National GOP Abandoned Them: 'We Were on Our Own'
A campaign strategist for Republican Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli said that the national GOP abandoned the campaign in its final days.

At the end of the race, Cuccinelli was closing in on Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who eked out a two-point victory on Tuesday despite exit polls that showed McAuliffe was up by seven points.

According to the Washington Post, Chris La Civita said that financial support from national Republican sources dried up on October 1.
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/11/05/Cuccinelli-Campaign-Says-National-GOP-Abandoned-Them-We-Were-on-Our-Own

 

See you next year, moonbats.

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Terry McAuliffe, a businessman and former head of the Democratic National Committee, captured the Virginia governor’s seat Tuesday, defeating Republican Ken Cuccinelli II, the state attorney general whose conservative crusades made him an icon of the tea party movement.

 

lol.

 

Democrats were also victorious in the lieutenant governor’s race, as state Sen. Ralph Northam defeated Republican E.W. Jackson, the Chesapeake minister whose history of inflammatory remarks about gays and abortion became a flash-point of the campaign.

Too bad the right split their vote and gave McAuliffe a victory.

Now Virginia will pay, literally and figuratively.

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The Tea Baggers lose another one . It's a beautiful thing!

Maybe the Republicans will finally get the message - they cannot sell the Tea Party *message*, people will not vote for it, and it will be very difficult for Republicans to win anywhere with Tea Party candidates.

 

More subtle, maybe the Teabaggers learned something as well - they cannot sell themselves and have ZERO chance of winning elections at all, without Republican support.

 

Axiom: The Tea Party needs the GOP a hell of a lot more than the converse.

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Maybe the Republicans will finally get the message - they cannot sell the Tea Party *message*, people will not vote for it, and it will be very difficult for Republicans to win anywhere with Tea Party candidates.

 

More subtle, maybe the Teabaggers learned something as well - they cannot sell themselves and have ZERO chance of winning elections at all, without Republican support.

 

Axiom: The Tea Party needs the GOP a hell of a lot more than the converse.

No, the mistake was having TWO TEA Party candidates running in one race.

Even YOU are smart enough to understand the vote was split, aren't you?

 

 

Perhaps not.

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Too bad the right split their vote and gave McAuliffe a victory.

Now Virginia will pay, literally and figuratively.

Ahh I see so all those Virginians who voted for Terry McAuliffe didn't actually vote for Terry McAuliffe huh...

 

The Republican war on women didn't piss off the young single women huh...

 

The Republican White Male Society is so entrenched in the belief that it has the right message and everyone else is wrong... I hope they keep that fuhked up attitude from now on... won't be long and they'll be history.

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Ahh I see so all those Virginians who voted for Terry McAuliffe didn't actually vote for Terry McAuliffe huh...

 

The Republican war on women didn't piss off the young single women huh...

 

The Republican White Male Society is so entrenched in the belief that it has the right message and everyone else is wrong... I hope they keep that fuhked up attitude from now on... won't be long and they'll be history.

No, morons did vote for McAuliffe, but less than the two TEA Party candidates combined.

The mistake that was made was splitting their vote.

 

I know math is hard for you idiotic liberals, but do please try to keep up.

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Maybe the Republicans will finally get the message - they cannot sell the Tea Party *message*, people will not vote for it, and it will be very difficult for Republicans to win anywhere with Tea Party candidates.

 

More subtle, maybe the Teabaggers learned something as well - they cannot sell themselves and have ZERO chance of winning elections at all, without Republican support.

 

Axiom: The Tea Party needs the GOP a hell of a lot more than the converse.

 

More liberal idiocy.

 

We need to take over the Republican Machine.

 

And of course, the endless WashPost attacks on O Donnell and whitewashing of MCauliffe's endless corruption, plus the fake poll they published played a huge role.

 

The Betrayal of Ken Cuccinelli

By Maggie Gallagher

They said he was “unelectable.” The RNC put only $3 million into this race. Ken was outspent by a margin of something between 4:1 and 10:1, if you believe the Associated Press.

 

The Democrats poured everything into trying to lie to voters and portray Cuccinelli as an extremist — and they barely pulled this one out.

 

Would another $3 million have swung 50,000 votes? The Republicans, starting with Bill Bolling, who undercut Cuccinelli as unelectable have egg all over their faces.

 

This was a winnable election. How did we give this away to Terry McAuliffe? Some serious soul-searching should be taking place among the anti-tea-party faction.

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/363206/betrayal-ken-cuccinelli-maggie-gallagher

 

 

 

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Affects your life too, since NJ is also your state. Leave it to you to never say a goddamn thing about anything.

 

Christie saved the state 's pension system which I guess he will be cursed again by you righties for actually helping people.

 

But this thread is about McAuliffe who got an F from the NRA and threw in tons of money against him. This state smells very blue to me , suckers.

Cuccinelli was WAY outspent on this election, and only lost because another TEA Party candidate split the vote.

Unions threw in billions and the republicans establishment abandoned Cuccinelli, which shows you how much a threat the TEA Party is to the establishment Republicans. They'd rather abandon Virginia to the Democrats, than have another TEA Party Governor.

 

But welcome back to the forum after running away the other day.

Is your ass not as sore, after getting humiliated on your claims that Republicans were responsible for the Democrats cuts in food stamps?

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More liberal idiocy.

 

We need to take over the Republican Machine.

 

And of course, the endless WashPost attacks on O Donnell and whitewashing of MCauliffe's endless corruption, plus the fake poll they published played a huge role.

 

 

 

 

Then of course, the very definition ofTeabagger is an inability to learn anything from anything, no matter how obvious - there is ALWAYS an excuse for a Teabagger fail, i.e., "it's someone else's fault".

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Then of course, the very definition ofTeabagger is an inability to learn anything from anything, no matter how obvious - there is ALWAYS an excuse for a Teabagger fail, i.e., "it's someone else's fault".

And yet it's you showing your stunning ignorance.

Are you really this stupid, or is it an act to make liberals look bad?

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Gee those young single Virginia women hated BOTH TEApublicans, so did most other young Virginians....that war on women thing is coming home to roost on you fuhkwit religious kooks isn't it....

 

You ought to have learned something by now fuhkwits.... the party of Boorish White Men aren't going to be bossing women around any longer... nor are you going to be telling young people you know whats best for them given the atrocious record you've amassed for everyone to see.

 

Fuhkwits..

 

Morons..

 

LMAO!!!

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Gee those young single Virginia women hated BOTH TEApublicans, so did most other young Virginians....that war on women thing is coming home to roost on you fuhkwit religious kooks isn't it....

 

You ought to have learned something by now fuhkwits.... the party of Boorish White Men aren't going to be bossing women around any longer... nor are you going to be telling young people you know whats best for them given the atrocious record you've amassed for everyone to see.

 

Fuhkwits..

 

Morons..

 

LMAO!!!

Clearly you've lost your tenuous grip on reality.

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And yet it's you showing your stunning ignorance.

Are you really this stupid, or is it an act to make liberals look bad?

WOWOWOW... that was some of the cleverest troll spew that we have heard at least a thousand times before .... are they still paying your for that shiit? people are soooooooooo fukkn impressed by the talent required to repeat that so many times and still not be embarrassed. or maybe it is just shamelessness over ruling.

 

YOU HAVE ZERO, credibility TROLL.

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