Battle lines are being drawn.
If I did not know better, the US appears headed for a political version of the Thirty Years’ War.
France shouldn’t make the Germans mad. ..We know what
usually comes after.
If only there was a way to split it up. Unfortunately, it boils down to Democrats controlling the concentrated parasite nests (”cities”) and Republicans controlling the rest of the landscape inhabited by normal, taxpaying, traditional American families. So there’s really no way to pile together all the parasite nests into one geographic area and let the scumbags have it. What a predicament.
In all of those Republican states, and in any others where it can be done, if they have not done so already, they should a) come up with strict voter ID laws, and b) limit or eliminate early voting. If not dealt with, these are areas ripe for Democrat vote fraud.
owebama did not win a single state that has voter I.D. laws.
PA, OH, FL, WI, CO, NV, MI, CA, WA, OR, etc. all have heavily populated urban areas controlled by demoncrats that had unbelievable vote percentages for his majesty. The rural areas of those states went mostly for Romney.
Now we know how elections are stolen.
The easiest (therefore least likely) solution if they aren’t going to require voters to show I.D. is proportional assignment of electoral college votes based on how areas within a state voted.
I live in Idaho where we DO have voter I.D. We went about 70/30 for R and R. FUBO!!!
Lucky me. I live in socialist utopia Maryland funded by our heros in DC.
Conversely, after last weeks vote, the GOP for the first time since 1872 now controls the Arkansas House and Senate. Just 20 years ago, Republicans didnt have a majority in a single legislative house in the states of the old Confederacy now they control all 11.
TN has a super majority in both houses plus governor. If anyone thinks the south is going down easy, they need to think again
Can we divide this country in two? Cessation baby!
There are a lot if ice cream vendors out there giving away free ice cream.
Really bad news this AM (maybe unrelated) .. Large Blast In Indy ... http://news.yahoo.com/indy-blast-2-homes-destroyed-more-afire-061319439.html;_ylt=Aqjdnf5zQ9eoc4FTvnc9Z2MJVux_;_ylu=X3oDMTIxNTFwdjhlBG1pdANBVFQgSG9tZSBXaWRnZXRyb24gVGVzdCAxBHBvcwM0BHNlYwNNZWRpYUF0dFdpZGdldHJvbkFzc2VtYmx5;_ylg=X3oDMTFpNzk0NjhtBGludGwDdXMEbGFuZwNlbi11cwRwc3RhaWQDBHBzdGNhdANob21lBHB0A3NlY3Rpb25z;_ylv=3
Democrats think the Republican states are all backward hillbillies and will be glad to let them go.
We almost always have one-party rule in my state, and it’s always the wrong party!
Maryland “Freak State” PING!
To recap the state leg races
We won both Houses in Arkansas for the first time since the Grant Administration. We barley have the House 51-48 with a former Harlem globetrotter winning one seat as a Green (you can’t make this stuff up, he was a former rat state rep who was forced out for some reason). As with other southern states we can probably expect some party switches to pad the majority.
We won the Alaska State Senate which had been tied and even before the tie was controlled by a disgusting rat-rino coalition. At least 13 (out of 20 seats) Republicans were elected with rat leader Hollis French narrowly ahead in one outstanding race. They elected new leadership and put the coalition to an end.
We won back the Wisconsin Senate as expected (we lost it thanks to those lame ass recalls).
And now the losses
Both Houses in Maine.
Both Houses in Minnesota (I think the Senate is a 4 year term)
The New Hampshire House (we kept the Senate 13-11) Obama lovers voting straight ticket dem in NH.
The New York Senate, again ( :( )
The Colorado House which we narrowly had won in 2010.
And we lost the tie we had in the Oregon House.
And it looks like fraud keeps democrats in charge of the Iowa Senate.
Polarized America File.