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Saturday, November 12, 2022

Fix the Republican Party

Well, that didn't work. Republicans had a chip shot to win the House and the Senate this year and they blew it. Even if they somehow manage to sink the shot, they have six-putted.

It is time to clean house, learn to ballot harvest and come up with a message that works.

The first to go is Ronna Romney McDaniel, the head of the Republican National Committee. Under her leadership, Republicans lost the 2018 midterms, the 2020 presidential race and the 2022 midterms, which should have been a red wave. We could have put Howdy Doody in charge and done just as well.

But by golly she raised money.

Next to go is Congressman Tom Emmer who headed the National Republican Congressional Committee right into the ditch. The party needed to pick up 5 seats. DeSantis gave them 4 and Zeldin gave them another 4 and under Emmer that leaves the party short of the 5.

Finally cashier Senator Rick Scott because he was utterly terrible as head of the Senate campaign. He needed to pick up one seat.

One lousy seat.

In a midterm that should have given them 5.

Did they deliberately tank the election hoping for a first pick in next year's draft? (It's a sports reference.) To be sure, Ronna Larry, Tom Moe and Rick Curly raised a lot of money but they wasted it because all they did was buy loss after loss after loss. 

A new leadership team will at least give us someone else to fire in two years. 

Now comes the hard part: teaching Republicans a new trick. Whining about Democrats stealing the election only serves to make Democrats happy because they sit back and ask, what are you going to do about it? The whining makes the public view Republicans as losers. No one wants to hang out with losers.

The rules have changed. Mail-in voting is one new rule. Ranked voting is another. If Democrats can use them to their advantage, Republicans can.

Ballot harvesting may be illegal if you do certain things, but it is legal if you do other things. The best thing to do is find out which Republicans did not vote in 2022 and then contact them well before the 2024 election to get them to vote by mail or in-person before the election. Be stealth. Don't brag. Don't tip off Democrats.

Instead of filming drop boxes, fill them.

Ranked voting seems easy to fix. Rank your candidate No. 1 and the Democrat candidate last. Fill in between with the third-party candidates even if they are with the Communist Party or the Tinhat Party.

Just win, baby.

Finally, the party has to come up with a message. Make America Great Again worked in 2016. It hasn't worked since. Fairly or unfairly, the media made MAGA toxic. Likewise, Trump. Move on.

The message that worked in Florida was freedom. That should be the Republican message. Vote for freedom!

In America, if you cannot win an election, you cannot govern the country. Republicans showed the nation once again that they cannot win an election. The political scene has changed. Republicans failed to adapt. They have a few months to fix that.

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164 comments:

  1. Nate Silver was right:)

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  2. Amen Don. The party leadership is disgraceful.

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    1. They make Pelosi, Biden, Harris and Fetterman look competent.

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    2. Disgraceful is to mild. Party leadership was Machiavellian and treacherous. There were no national leaders whose names the MSM have thrown out as potential Republican(Inc) presidential contenders that stood out to lead. They all cowered behind PR personnel, Hannity type speeches (Platitudes and weasel words) and only went where others had gone before. Trump and a handful of fearless MAGA ladies stood out. Without Trump there is no MAGA! That is where we see the push for a new kinder, gentler catch phrase....can't we all just get allong :/ BZ

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    4. Political party leadership is always treacherous.

      No more multi faced creatures exist in all galaxies than party politicians.

      Trump is not party poltician.

      MAGA is not poltical party property.

      As a century ago the blue blood royalties were effectively purged all over the world, this century challenge is to purge these political party rulers as thoroughly.

      MAGA is the cure to the rot of decayed human ambitions.

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  3. No mention of McConnell? No mention of McCarthy? These two are as responsible for election results as anyone mentioned in the post. Are we to expect establishment types to get a pass on a regular basis?

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    1. Randy says: I think some R senators may be getting that message. Rubio and Harley have called for delaying the selection of the Senate leader until after the Georgia runoff. That gives them time to lobby other senators to vote against McConnell. I don’t know if that will affect Trump-endorsed Kevin McCarthy as Speaker.

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    2. Laurie says: I think those two are so despised it goes without saying. McConnell has an 8% approval rating. They both should be challenged in the next congress. Rick (Curley) Scott wants to be Speaker.

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    3. Don loves RINOs. That's why he won't touch McConnell or McCarthy or Jeb-Bush-Paul- Ryan-endorsed DeSantis.

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  4. Maybe the goal of the party hacks is to raise money, not win elections. If you win elections you have to govern and be held accountable, but if you lose you are not accountable and have a big pot of cash.

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  5. Surber for RNC Chair.
    Pro tip: you'll be able to finagle a Bentley out of the deal.

    HPB

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  6. Don,

    You forgot McConnell and DeSantis.

    McConnell withheld Senate campaign funds from Masters in Arizona and Buldoc in New Hampshire (and others). Both Masters and Buldoc lost. That's 2 Senate seats lost due to McConnell.

    DeSantis endorsed RINO Joe O'Dea in Colorado and he got destroyed 55% to 43%. Since you hold Trump responsible for the very few candidates he endorsed who lost, then DeSantis is responsible for losing the Senate seat from Colorado.

    So, together, McCconnell and DeSantis are responsible for losing 3 Senate seats. That makes them also responsible for losing the f'n Senate.

    Tell me where I'm wrong.

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    1. Surber is done.

      Never was MAGA.

      Only milked it for his bloated ego cravings.

      surber is mole for eunicparty, now out of mole hole and scurrying to and fro, touting the ever popular 'when you can't beat 'em, join 'em' principle.

      Typical.

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    2. If you're not happy here, by all means find another blog that reflects your views exactly. Personally, I appreciate different points of view that are well reasoned and thought out.

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    3. Agree with Laurie ; if you want to bitch and moan do it elsewhere. Name calling and whining will never fix anything .

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    4. Well, Sowega, Don hasn't called anyone names, but he seems to be whining a lot about a few rinos and President Trump, but not the actual leaders of the repubelican party.
      Per Yahoo News:
      So far, Trump endorsed candidates in competitive races have received 63.5% of the vote on average.
      Odd, doing a quick search on DeSanctimonious endorsed, other than Florida school boards, I can't find any since the election, only before.
      Hmmmmm
      A side note to you and Laurie, Oh, Don and you two can bitch and moan about President Trump, but we aren't supposed to call you out on it? That seems to come straight out of the demoncrat playbook. Ya'll been reading it, or have you really been on the rinos side from the getgo? hmmmm hmmmm
      EN2 SS

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    5. Actually Anon, I love Pres Trump, I would love to see him get the chance to exact revenge. I don't like or trust DeSantis, but DJT making fun of and belittling him in the run up to, and following, a huge win strikes many as petty and childish. His attack on Glenn Youngkin seemed bizarre. It's just barely possible people are getting tired of it.

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    6. Laurie and Sowega, stop whining and tell me where I’m wrong.

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    7. CA Closet ConservativeNovember 13, 2022 at 12:50 AM

      What Laurie said. I read Don Surber because I want a slightly different POV. I already read enough news that all in for Trump, or all against Trump.

      Surber was a firm MAGA supporter. Many of you complaining about him giving up on Trump started reading his blog because of hsi support for Trump.

      But the situation has changed. The shine is off the Trump brand.

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    8. The shine is on the surber brand, as that snout gets awfully polished when he vigorously nuzzles the uniparty pig bunghole.

      Ditto for all these lonely fossils, so desperate to feel they have buddies as to satiate their needs on a blog.

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    9. You ignore that the media, RINOs and Democrats made Trump supporters toxic too.

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    10. Trump supporters are toxic to:

      Moochers

      Cheaters

      Wannabe masters of us peasants

      Schemers

      Connivers

      Feeble minded fools

      Anyone and everyone who fervantly believe that a little cheating never hurts anyone

      Pontificating pompous ego bloated blog babies

      Plus......


      You contribute.....

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  7. Agree. Ballot harvesting, same day registration, paying people to vote, gathering nursing home votes, dead people voting. Let's do all of that. Let's normalize that in all of our elections from now on. That way I don't have to get off my fat ass anymore and actually go vote. What's the use?
    Of course, Ron DeSantis actually cleaned up the voting irregularities in Florida. Maybe we could try that elsewhere. Republicans will never out slime the Democrats. It is delusional to think we can ever beat them at their own game.

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    1. Did he, tho?

      The right rules only work when they are complied with.

      The executive branch enforces the right rules.

      When the right rules are not enforced, back to square one we go.....

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    2. Michigan voters just amended the Mich constitution to do all those things. Same day registration had democrats round up thousands of college students to register and vote in every district.. Some lines were five hours long.

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    3. Dede has a great point. DeSantis cleaned up the election process in Florida. That may well be the key to all this that the talking heads are missing. Before we had all the new technology with voting machines, mail-in voting, 4 weeks to vote, etc. we were able to determine the winners and losers on election night. The result was the public were more assured the election was conducted fairly and squarely. We don't have that today. This needs to be fixed. Several don't bother voting because they believe it is all fixed.

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  8. Leadership did not want the MAGA candidates elected. It would've upset the gravy train

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    1. Exactly!!! One thing puzzles me. The reigning international elites are out to destroy the American middle class. If they're successful, who will they steal money from?

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    2. I’ve been wondering the same thing for years, but I think it will be much like communist countries where the government owns or at least controls the engines of productivity so they still get the fruits of everyone’s labor. There will be only two classes, the elites and the peons.

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    3. Money is never the goal, only the means.

      Submission by the many to the whims of the few is the goal.

      Unless you enjoy being a submisive servant, servicing the few, your options are to fight or die now.

      These maniacs can only do their imposing in this world.

      As we all know, tic tock, tic tock, tic tock, applies to everybody.

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    4. Yep. Don's posts have given me great reasons never to vote for Republicans at the national level.

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    5. At the national level:

      1. President and Vice President. (2)

      2. Your specific Sovereign State Senators. (2)

      3. Your specific Sovereign State Congressional District Representative. (1)


      That is it.


      That is 5, count them, FIVE votes that you state you will never cast for a Republican.


      Potency Incarnate you is........

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  9. It also appears people are reluctant to vote for celebrity candidates who run for high office without any political background.

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    1. Geez, what you toking?

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    2. Bullshit! The democrats would LOVE to have celebrity like Walker, Dr. Oz etc. They nearly cream themselves thinking of Duane Johnson (the rock), Matt McConaughey, or even Clay Aiken running as a democrat!

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  10. David says why all the doom articles after the event Don.
    We lovetrump.com says
    "..Once all the ballots are counted, we are on track to win the popular vote by 6 million votes!

    This is HUGE.

    When was the last time Republicans won the popular vote nationwide?

    You’d have to go back to 2004 when George W. Bush beat John Kerry.".
    I find your current narrative hard to follow and wonder whether you too are just another RINO.
    -DCH of Australia

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    1. The overall popular vote doesn’t change the election results. I care about who won and who lost.

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    2. So what, fat ass, you do nothing substantive about it.

      And then half of your fat ass agrees with surber, the other half, don't say, please.....

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  11. No early voting.
    No mail-in voting.
    Voter ID.
    National holiday for election.
    Increase number of polling places to mitigate overwhelming the vote count.
    Paper ballots only.
    Ballots copied and mailed to each voter for a true record.

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    1. Exactly, although I would qualify mail-in voting to truly disabled and overseas citizens.

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    2. And when the Democrats say "LOL NO" and have the votes to shut you down, then what?

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    3. Then they come back here, bitch that it's all Trump's fault, and change their diapers.

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  12. We need more conservative state legislatures, governors, and A/Gs/Secretaries of State to get voting laws changed and properly enforced.

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    1. We had that in PA, AZ, MI and I think even WI and those RINO's did NOTHING!!!

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  13. Yes yes yes! Fire their asses cuz they are beyond feckless, they’re subversive. And the current leadership has to go to for the same reasons. We need to clean house, and get it in order.
    FL cleaned up voting so Miami-Dade couldn’t cheat. That’s the model for the states- well, at least the Red ones. State legislatures have to have their feet put to the fire to secure voting if we’re ever gonna stand a chance. I’m not for co-opting their slimy ways. But recruit, recruit, recruit and get people on the ground in every state early and often. We have to at least try what we’ve never actually done if we’re ever gonna be serious about this.
    All that said, I think we’re doomed. I don’t feel the heart in it out there- people have become demoralized by the depth of evil lengths the Left will go to. I really think we need a miracle - a great big giant miracle if we’re ever going to get things turned around. But a people without faith can do nothing.

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    1. I think we’re doomed too. Looking at exit polls of who voted for what and why, I’ve concluded that people WANT big government. They WANT to be taken care of. Cost in terms of freedom and productivity is immaterial. When things don’t work out, they can blame the government, but they will still vote for more of the same. The spirit of hard work, pulling yourself up by your bootstraps, taking responsibility for your failures is a dying spirit.

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    2. Ellen Drake, the indoctrination,,, I mean the "edumacation" system has brought that on, the kids are taught to be dependent on freebies. You can not reason with a sheeple.
      EN2 SS

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    3. Oh boy.

      Now only the sweet embrace of death can spare us......


      Gee.

      That's guaranteed!!!


      Bingo.....

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  14. People not only WANT big mommy government, they want to be told what to do.
    The COVID scamdemic showed that. Hell, most people can't decide what to have for breakfast. Decision-making makes them nervous.

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  15. Randy says: “Finally cashier Senator Rick Scott because he was utterly terrible as head of the Senate campaign.” Well, at least he’s consistent. He was a near-cipher as Florida’s Governor. I can’t think of a single thing he did during his term except perhaps say “no” to ObamaCare Medicaid expansion. He’s been lackluster as a Senator, and again as the head of the Senate Campaign. Making him the Senate Leader would be a step backward, if that’s even possible.

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    1. The randy says

      Says randy thinks

      The nostril says

      This randy stinks


      Phew!!!

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    2. So, 'trump's owner' in blog monicker only, when is you and 'randy says' gonna tie the knot?

      You wouldn't want 'randy says' to get a rep as being a slut, would you?

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    3. Where have all the trolls come from?

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  16. A lot of in-fighting did them in.
    You can see it reflected in all the commentary.
    -lg

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  17. https://legalinsurrection.com/2022/11/don-surber-life-after-trump/comment-page-1/#comment-1343880

    Prof Jacobson gave you a write up.: He's a great guy also. Met him years ago at Cornell.
    Readers here should include him in their reading list.

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  18. Biden/Fetterman 2024...a no brainier!!! Not mine...had to share!

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  19. Likewise Trump move on!!!! Donnie boy no one has ever fought a fight for the American people like DJT. What a damn chump you are. He’s been calling out the steal for two years and that he was spied on for six years. Everybody called him a conspiracy theorist. They stole it again and you’re just now getting on board and throwing DJT under the bus. Super Ron.

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    1. Surber needs that bentley.

      NEEDS

      THAT

      BENTLEY!!!!


      What the mean wifey won't allow, donny found another way.....


      Resourceful donny.

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    2. Trump has, in fact, been calling things 'out' accurately for decades.

      More than that, people have been calling / shouting to " clean up the whole mess, kick the bums out etc." for what, around 246 years at least?

      It seems now that the solution being proffered is to let the disgrace that the electoral process is being turned into over the last few years become normalized and just join in on the fun. We'll get them then.

      Really?

      Furthermore, "Freedom" is hardly a novel slogan idea for electioneering, but I cannot disagree that it needs to be brought up for remembrance more often, if not continually.

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    3. Make Freedom Great Again. LOL. We need an overhaul of government.

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  20. As a former GOP county chairman I can say that the biggest problem I faced was motivating the troops as to exactly what was at stake. Our membership was mostly elderly (and I didn't have a problem with that--especially since I now belong to that cohort myself), but they all had big mouths and made excuses not to do the shitwork of making calls and knocking on doors. Things won't change until that does.

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    1. How behind the curve are you?

      It's the fraud.

      Plus the uniparty unison of gaslightings.

      Plus dumb ass simpletons.....


      The elderly not Motivated?

      Shit, just not dying today, that ain't something to you for them to consider a bit more important then your feeble future?

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    2. Saw that in southern Oregon too.

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    3. So, to you, talking to people, via a phone call, a home visit, etc., is "shitwork"?

      Could it be that, maybe, you are the shit and your shit doesn't work?

      Is possible?

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  21. The Republicans conspired with their Democrat partners to rig the Elections for themselves and against us.The UNIPARTY stole another election from the People. A few months to fix it? Are you serious?

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    1. No, he's delirious.

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    2. Yep, this was a bipartisan steal for sure. No way in HELL, Kemp voters in GA then voted for Warnock. Kemp and Raffesburger (sp? WTFC) is as deep into the steal as any democrat you can name.

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    3. That's why it has to be burned down.

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  22. MAGA toxic? No. Gop inc is poison

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    1. Most voters now see it as toxic. Sorry

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    2. So surber speaks for most voters now?

      The dead voters, the fabricated voters, the non-existent even on the voter registry voters, the voters who did not know they voted, etc.

      Save it, don, for your now ongoing srries of trashing Trump that your blog has become.

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    3. Trump haters made MAGA toxic, and it has been normalized.

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    4. Trump is toxic now, eh?

      Toxic Trump is Terrific!!!

      Terrifyingly Toxic Trump is Twitterific!!!

      Trump Terrifyingly Toxic Truth is Tantilizingly Tasty!!!


      It's Time For More Trump!!!


      Dump the rinos!!!

      Dump eunics!!!

      Dump the demos!!!

      Dump the progs!!!

      Dump the hogs!!!



      I hear commie china is great big dumping ground.....


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    5. 👏👏👏what a dummy 😂 grow up Or forever ride the Trump drain 😮

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    6. Forever is a very, very, very long time.

      Growing up leads to death.

      Death negates forever, at least as far as we can figure.

      Thus, your advice is voided by death.


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  23. Election fraud has essentially been legalized for democrats by democrats.

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  24. Well written article Don, it really encapsulated what is wrong and what needs to happen. I feel bad for Trump. He accomplished so much and I love the guy but the media has wrecked him. If someone said 100,000 bad things 24/7 every day about you for years and years , you too would be radioactive. You are sadly right, time to turn the page on "the Don". We have to take his maga principles and run w them w Desantis. We have to play ball like you said w mail in votes and vote harvesting as well or we will never win again.

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    1. Spot on about 24/7 negativity. GWB had an awful lot of negative things said about him non stop. He didn't fight back. He was a HUGE pussy! Trump fights back and that's why his base loves and supports him!

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    2. ^Yep^ Trump fell on the sword. No other Republican will do that. Burn. It. Down.

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    3. So Trump is radioactive now, huh?

      Wow.

      Nuclear Powered Trump.

      Awesome.

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    4. Just like George S Patton. The war was over so he wasn't needed anymore; the media had turned on him, so had the Army leadership (Ike, Bradley, et. al.), and less than 6 months after V-E Day he'd lost command of the Third Army and soon after that his life. I think Victor Davis Hanson gave a talk at Hillsdale around 2017-18 wondering if what befell Patton would happen to PDJT.
      ---FR in SC

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  25. now that vote by ballot doesnt work, how about vote by bullet?

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  26. Democrats win the Senate. Unbelievable. Lou Dobbs - an American journalist not a RINO journalist like Don - tells us why:

    “Lou Dobbs
    @LouDobbs
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    @LeaderMcConnell has got to go! Here is the breakdown of money spent in some battleground senate seats:

    AZ - Masters $9m vs Kelly $73m
    GA - Walker $32m vs Warnock $76m
    NV - Laxalt $12m vs Cortes $47m
    NH - Bolduc $2m vs Hassan $36m

    Americans deserve an America First Leader!
    10:21 PM · Nov 9, 2022”

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  27. "Decision Desk HQ projects Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D) wins re-election to the U.S. Senate in Nevada."

    Republican Adam Laxalt lost. Democrats win the Senate. That means DeSantis cost us the Senate because he endorsed RINO Joe O'Dea for the Senate seat from Colorado and O'Dea got destroyed 55% - 43%. Isn't that how it works, Don?

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  28. The results of this election have NOTHING to do with anything other than the blatant raw MASSIVE FRAUD the left committed. With 'mail in voting' and ballot harvesting plus the criminality of Dominion Voting Systems the DNC will ALWAYS WIN every single electoral race they CHOOSE to win. TINVOWOOT. We will NEVER have another honest election in America again...EVER.

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    1. Fraud combined with McConnell, McCarthy, the RNC sabotage.

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    2. We saw this in 2020... and a few of us on this blog kept saying, "They blatantly stole 2020, WTF would they NOT do the same thing in 2022, 24 etc. We were often called out for such heresy (EDUTCHER I'm looking at you on this!) on here by many including the resident Jeffrey. Don finally addressed it in this post

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  29. It's not the messaging. It's not the candidates. Democrats are cheating AGAIN. The Republicans that did nothing about 2020 disgust me.

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  30. I want conservatives to lie and cheat, just like they do. I want conservatives to burn and loot when we don't get our way, just like they do. I want liberals to be afraid to tell polsters who they support, and to fear letting their friends and coworkers know how they'll vote. I want the four horsemen working for us for a change.

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    1. The problem is that conservatives will pay the price. See 1/6. Only a few Republicans have talked about the unconstitutional treatment of 1/6 defendants. Both parties are toxic toward everyday Americans.

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  31. A quibble: I would say the Republicans had a gimme putt to win, not a chip shot.

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  32. AMERICANISM Always Worked As THE Republican message, before globali$t$ & CUCK$ervatives took over…let’s rediscover it:
    #AltRightISright

    https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=246344

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  34. "I know that Charlie is interested in talking about 2024 and Joe Biden, but I just want to make things very, very clear. The only worn-out old donkey I'm looking to put out to pasture is Charlie Crist."

    That's "very, very clear"? That's a big, fat juicy-Jussie lie. He had already formed a presidential Super-PAC to put worn-out old donkey Biden out to pasture when he straight up lied to Floridians.

    So when did the DOJ tell DeSantis they would take out President Trump for him? Was it when they told him they were going to assault Mar-a-Lago?

    Ron DeSantis: Part-Time Governor, Full-Time Liar.

    Florida has Dominion CheatWare, as do 30-something other states, not one of which banned the Fraud-in-a-Can devices after 2020. (And in fairness to Dominion CheatWare, all the other machines are just as crooked, too.)

    FLORIDA SHOWS US THAT THE UNI-PARTY DID NOT USE THE DOMINION CHEATWARE AT THEIR DISPOSAL IN FLORIDA BECAUSE THEY ARE BACKING DESANTIS IN ORDER TO SUPPLANT TRUE PRESIDENT TRUMP. BY CONTRAST, KARI LAKE ALSO WON BY A 60/40% MARGIN. BUT THE CHEATWARE WAS TURNED LOOSE ON HER.

    DO YOU SEE WHY THE CHEATWARE IS THE UNI-PARTY’S FAVORITE WEAPON?

    God’s Word says it shall not prosper. He said it and I receive it, Hallelujah!

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    1. AMEN... Republican voters can NEVER beat a software program!

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  35. 3 Questions for Don and all other RINOs ...

    FACT: DeSantis endorsed pro-abortion, anti-Trump, RINO John O'Dea in Colorado for the U.S. Senate and he got crushed 55% to 43%.

    QUESTION: Is DeSantis responsible for O'Dea's Senate loss?

    QUESTION: Did DeSantis cost the Republicans a Senate seat?

    QUESTION: Did DeSantis cost the Republicans control of the Senate?

    Enquiring minds want to know!

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    1. If you want answers, get a Magic 8 Ball.

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  36. So DeSantis endorsed John O'Dea in Colorado for the U.S. Senate and O'Dea lost big - 55% to 43%. Is this an example of the national popularity of DeSantis I keep reading about?

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  37. Todd Starnes hits the nail on the head:

    "Cortez Masto defeated Republican challenger Adam Laxalt, a former state attorney general who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump. This is Mitch McConnell’s fault. McConnell sabotaged Senate candidates who were supported by President Trump."

    Too bad Don had a hissy fit and joined the Jeb Bush & Paul Ryan Brigade when Don's pre-election artcles were all shown to be wrong and he needed a scapegoat (Trump).

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  38. Trump took a giant, very public dump on the guy in CO so no help from MAGA there. Trump senate guys lost in NV, AZ, PA, NH and soon Georgia, again. It’s a disaster to lose the senate again. Thanks Trump /sarc. Perhaps trump will win the presidential primary unless Republicans coalesce around Desantis. Biden will certainly beat Trump like a drum should it be a rematch.
    Republicans need to get their act together and pull in one direction and get over these small niche, fetish candidates like OZ and Walker et al.

    Well stated Don

    EdwardCavalierNC

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  39. "Anonymous Says
    Trump took a giant, very public dump on the guy in CO"

    Just like Don, you leave our salient facts. Namely, the "guy in CO" is John O'Dea, a pro-abortion RINO Never Trumper who hates Trump and has publicly stated multiple times that he will work to deny Trump the nomination.

    Glad to know you support pro-abortion RINOs.

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    1. As a doctor, the kind that did organic chemistry and gross anatomy, I abhor abortion. I also have 5 children I know of 🧐if your red line is no abortion you will never govern nationally again.

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  40. "EdwardCavalierNC Says:
    Trump took a giant, very public dump on the guy in CO"

    Just like Don, you leave out important facts. Namely, the "guy in CO" is John O'Dea, a pro-abortion RINO who hates Trump and has publicly stated multiple times that he will work to deny Trump the nomination. We know why Jeb-Bush-Paul-Ryan-endorsed DeRino supported him - why would Trump?

    Ed, thanks for letting us know you support pro-abortion RINOs.

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    1. Abortions are abhorrent. If that’s your red line good luck in the wilderness never too govern again 😂

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  41. @EdwardCavalierNC

    Say, Ed, Don won't answer these questions, will you?

    FACT: DeSantis endorsed pro-abortion, anti-Trump, RINO John O'Dea in Colorado for the U.S. Senate and O'Dea got crushed 55% to 43%.

    QUESTION 1: Is DeSantis responsible for O'Dea's Senate loss?

    QUESTION 2: Did DeSantis cost the Republicans a Senate seat?

    QUESTION 3: Did DeSantis cost the Republicans control of the Senate?

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    1. It’s all on Trump. He’s radioactive to 60% of the country. On the other hand Desantis successfully managed the abortion issue in Florida and crushed democrats.
      EdwardCavalierNC

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    2. The problem with DeSantis is he lacks charisma and is short. LOL.

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    3. Ed, each question calls for a Yes or No answer. Try again.

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    4. Bless your heart that’s such a clever rejoinder😂 your middle school taunts won’t win too many republican votes nor any independent swing ballots but hey drink it friend 🧐

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    5. If you want answers to your stupid questions, get a Magic 8 Ball.

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    6. Wow so many geniuses and not one can answer simple Yes or No questions. No wonder the left calls conservatives morons.

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  42. The bottom line! Fuck the GOP. I agree 100% with Don. They are 0-fer since Trump. And no more auguing! Yes they steal our elections. The conversation shouldn't be 'who' it should be 'how'? If brain dead Biden and Fetterman can win along with oh so many other hateful democrats, then any Republican should be able to destroy them if we just cheat like they do. And the courts have PROVEN that there's nothing wrong with it. So cheat it is! Find a GOP District in each state. Who cares if there's only 1,000 registered voters in the district. Print and submit 100K votes! Throw out the dem ballots and replace with a Republican ballot...And get our own programmers to reprogram the Dominion machines...That's what we're up against.

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    1. I am with you TO. Cheating is now legal. Let’s do it. Lots of it.

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    2. Amazing, eh?

      Surberblog is revealed to be honeypot blog of eunicparty.

      Insidious.

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  43. The 2022 election results have convinced me the GOP leadership could f-up an anvil!!

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  44. Theres 19 days of diesel fuel left; and your power grid is at stake; watch this right now

    Visit.......... W I R E S O U T H . C O M

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  45. Don, as far as I can tell, the Republican Party has already been fixed. The party has no balls.
    A few individual candidates have them, but the party--deballed yeeaarrrrsssss ago.

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    1. MTG carries the balls for all of them.

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    2. That's the problem with calling MAGA toxic; it weakens America First candidates to the glee of the corrupt RINOs.

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    3. The MAGA movement under Trump is toxic to many commenters here and radioactive to many Republicans and most independents and certainly all democrats that may crossover. It’s dead. Dead. DEAD. 🤷‍♂️

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    4. Oh boy.

      Toxic MAGA bothersome to surber blog commentors, snob knob republicans, and idiot delusional independents?

      Shocking news from the peanut gallery.....

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  46. Don — You are old school like Paul Harvey — keep up the good work. Yes, people need to keep engaged and voting but this is much bigger than that. What did Lincoln say? More important that we be with God than God be with us (paraphrasing). We must pray for our country—the hole we are in is too big for any human to deliver us. But, while God will move mountains, you better grab a shovel. Keep praying, keep voting, know Jesus, and trust in our Creator.

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    1. Best comment here thank you 🙏

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    2. That emoji there appears to be a bannana boner with blue balls.

      Spot on as a symbol of surber.

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  47. America first has a long, dirty history. Toxic stupid branding.

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    1. Toxic only to the envious of America.

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  48. To RINO Don Surber everything is Trump’s fault.

    DeSantis-endorsed O’Dea loses election for the Colorado Senate seat? Trump’s fault!

    McConnell pulls campaign funds from Masters in Arizona and Buldoc in New Hampshire and both lose their Senate election? Trump’s fault!

    DeSantis and McConnell have their paws all over THREE (3!) Republican Senate losses? Trump’s fault.

    You gotta be a moron to fall for Don’s BS.

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  49. Don I feel for you friend. I’ve not seen a stupider bunch of morons, with few exceptions, than your commentators. 🤷‍♂️
    EdwardCavalierNC

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    1. I keep wondering if Edutcher came up with a new racket and is flooding the comments with "Anonymous" ones or if these are all people who hide behind that tag. The venom they display is the kind I always associated with Obamabots and Shillaryites where absolutely no deviation is allowed. DJT is not an all-perfect, all-knowing being despite the good he did from that trip down the escalator in 2015 until the day he gave the height-challenged Faucist facetime in the White House Briefing Room and, as it turned out, doomed his presidency. He's going to turn into Harold Stassen 2.0 before our eyes, and it'll be sad to watch.
      ---FR in SC

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    2. Such small minds as thee

      Imagine what small minds do see

      Default to simple as can be

      Is what small minds of vanity

      Can barely count to number three


      The dummies are so bothered by the absence of a label/monicker/fake name on a comment on a blog that they just have to object most feebly.....

      Say my name....

      Say my name....


      SAY

      MY

      NAME!!!!!


      Sure.

      You are greta.....

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  50. Mitch McConnell served as county Judge executive of Jefferson County Louisville before knocking Democrat Dee Huddleston out of the Senate. In those days few voted Democrat. So Mitch has been from and center of a Republican politics for 50 years. Many of Which trump was a dues paying super donor of democrats. Trump is team Trump. Good gracious the dude couldn’t staff his administration with competent Republicans and most who did stabbed him in the back. I’m a Republican first. Trumps not done anything worthwhile for me lately. Bye 👋🤷‍♂️

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    1. Dew voted republican in south

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  51. I gotta say, I have my concerns about DeSantis. Not enough to reject him of any that have shifted.
    I will say that if in the next 2 years he can make some in roads against the climate change scammers in a national way (by that I mean it is known nationally) then I will shift my vote for him as Pres in 24. I don't care much about who funds him its what he does with their money. If a villain does things I think need doing their villainy matters less (depending on what it is of course). Just as a Saint leading people to sin is a matter of concern.
    So far he's done good things and spoke about things in ways that I approve and only if he begins to speak as a rino will I become concerned.
    Trump did and has done a lot of things that were harmful to the country and did no good for himself. And these have to be counted along with his other things that did good for the nation. Of late he did a lot of damage to the GOP races and he had the money and influence to win and also to stop the fraudulent vote but the GOP in general has been unable to do anything to counter what happens or even to find out how it's done. 2024 will be the decision point for the nation and for the GOP.

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  52. Well that's not completely true as the Democrats can win but they can't run the country. Well except into a ditch. Which unfortunately is what they want to do. It's no accident. Their voters somehow think that they won't suffer as we go further down this road. But they don't understand where they're being led. They're being lied to but they're used to that and think there's good things for them a'coming but it's a lie and when they realize that it will be too late to stop it.
    It may already be too late.
    I don't expect the GOP or any candidate who's against the Reset to win the Presidency going forward.
    we're facing some bad decades similar to what the Russians did. I won't be around for it so good luck to all of you who will.

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  53. The election was not pulled out from under the republicans (small r on purpose) feet. Most of the republican (small r on purpose) candidates stank on ice.

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  54. Good bye Don, will not support a Never Trumper Adios

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  55. Mark Levin made a great point on his show tonight on Fox. It is this: All the people who predicted a red wave and red tsunami - such as Don Surber - were 100% wrong, and yet now those same peope are trying to tell us why it was NOT a red wave and red tsunami. They were so wrong before, why would any person listen to them now?

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    1. Don's blog is turning into a Trump hatefest. Totally toxic. Buh-bye.

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  56. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2022/11/13/the-modern-electioneering-process-of-ballot-submission-assistance-is-taking-center-stage/#more-239759

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  57. Mitch didn't care if he was the majority leader or the minority leader as long as he was the leader. So, he didn't support candidates who he thought wouldn't support him.
    He withdrew support from.MAGA candidates and funded rinos.

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  58. Yes, if we stuff the ballot boxes with fake ballots from non-existent voters, AND we control the elections, that might help. But "ballot harvesting" alone isn't the problem. The problem is both Semi's coming in late at night, under cover of darkness, trucks not from any voting center, with either no envelope AND/OR no verification signature. Why did the millennials turn out like crazy to save the Democrat's bacon, voting unlike they never have before. Well, if you have to create fake voters, best pick someone who doesn't vote, and perhaps, has never registered before.

    I can't believe the nonsense I'm hearing about "we gotta ballot harvest, too!". Well, that might work in Florida, or maybe Idaho, but in all the swing states, where the Democrats are out and out stealing elections, the GOP can't even get ballot monitors inside. Any audits are a joke. How can nearly EVERY GOP seat, ahead at the close of the election, suddenly fall behind, day by day by day? Every impossible way, the Democrats win. And you guys think you can do what the Democrats do? You'll be busted and tossed in jail for the rest of your natural life for even thinking that.

    Future elections NEVER solve election fraud, when the vote counters are unchanged. A lawless political party and a gutless political party full of corrupt, self-interested politicians, created the new Marxist Socialist American. They won't give it up in a fair and free election. Never happens. They need to fear the consequences more than they want the power, and right now, they have nothing to fear, and a guaranteed gain by cheating.

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    1. The proper consequences are execution for Treason. How do you propose we do that? Hell the courts won't even consider a case

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    2. Every body is a body made of blood and bone and meat.

      The ever vain 'trump's owner' can do the math itself.

      As a purely vain mind exercise in vanity.

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  59. OK Boss, what I hear you saying is that America's now a banana republic so Republicans gotta learn to grab the bananas. Can't say I agree.

    Election day, not election months, vote in person, not by mail or telepathy, no rancid, I mean ranked ballots, paper ballots and triple check the counters.

    Frankly if we want to save the Republic we need fair, open, elections and a viable third party to counter the uni-party. Today democrat or Republican, they're not our representatives and they truly believe they are our rulers.

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  60. You would think that people would be fed up with the tyrannical corruption, crime, inflation, skyrocketing food and gas prices, evisceration of the military, invasion of illegals, woke contamination of education, and government abuse of power.
    Evidently, they haven’t had enough.
    Polls indicate that 75% of people are unhappy with the direction of the country. If that were true, the assclowns would have ensured a Red Wave. But they love dystopia.
    PA Dems not only voted for a radical, incompetent vegetable in a hoodie, but they reelected a dead candidate for state representative.
    Feckless voters are the reason why America keeps slipping back into an abyss of corruption and economic and foreign policy disasters, No amount of Dem fiascos are too much for these braindead morons.
    The midterms should have been a repudiation of the Biden regime. It didn’t go that far. At least the Republicans took enough Dem scalps to get the House majority.

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    1. I agree that most of American citizens are horribly uninformed and indoctrinated yet I don't trust any analysis from the election results. There may have actually been a red wave that was taken away from us during the counting. I read somewhere there can't be a red wave with a blue dam. I'm not sure Democrats would win a single election even in the largest bluest cities without cheating or some form of manipulation.

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