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Ahh yeah. Ryan was probably put on the ticket to win Wisconsin, but (as a resident) I can say he has no real pull here. Too much union influence.
Yeah... It's over.
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You're not making much sense. Wisconsin, Massachusetts, and Michigan were going to go to Obama regardless of who the presidential candidate is on the republican side.
I believe the 1972 election had McGovern winning only Massachusetts...but you could make a case that it was Sargeant Shriver (His running mates) home state. I am sure one of the landslide FDR wins would have had that happen.
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Im sure you said that in 2000 as well.......
I think he was mainly put there to co-opt his status as the "young star" of the Republican party. His budget was a major Republican talking point and it was something to get excited about.
I hope you are enjoying your "change"
Yes, I would have. It's crap.
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Maybe, but him being from a swing state didn't hurt. And that seems to have backfired.
Love Elizabeth Warren winning the Senate.
I truly am..
Social progress is great
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
Never will happen today
Me too, that's amazing.
Couple that with Joe Donnelly knocking out Richard Mourdock, and I'm incredibly happy right now.
I just love that the independent grabbed 6% of the vote in that election.
Myself as well. The electoral college was necessary in the 1800's, not so much now.
It felt good to vote against Mourdock.
Exactly. Hell, most of the time you can predict 75% of the election. States don't change anymore. It needs to be popular vote, to acclimate to the trends in America today.
Damn, I can imagine. Seriously, what a scumbag.
I voted in MO, and voting against Akin felt oh-so-right.
Who knows how we would be today. Bush would have never been president.
Or we could keep the electoral college and just split the votes the way Nebraska and Maine do.
Pennsylvania to Obama.....BALLGAME!
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