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Christie Cruises to Another Term; McAuliffe Claims Va.

November 6, 2013

Republican Gov. Chris Christie cruised to re-election Tuesday in Democrat-leaning New Jersey amid talk of a possible 2016 presidential run....

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daWraith

Nov-06-13 5:41 AM

The DEMS were so desperate in VA a wealthy Obama supporter FINANCED a LIBERTARIAN candidate as well to drain votes AWAY from conservative GOP candidate. It was such a tight election it WORKED.

Why do 100% of the Dead always vote Democratic?? I guess when you go to }[ell you automatically register for the Democratic party??

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Gooseman

Nov-06-13 6:12 AM

As far as I can tell, teabaggers, lost every election they were in yesterday. Progressives capture all elections.

Of course, duhhRAT, instead of realizing his ilk are not wanted in the US, begins with the excuses and continues with his typical non-factual posts. Must have his panties in a wad as the First Lady of NYC is a black woman.

Just the beginning of ridding the US of haters, liars and those who would obfuscate progress in the US and would rather destroy the US than see any Dem achieve anything positive.

Good for Christie. I would have considered voting for Christie, a reliable moderate Republican. I guess working with Obama, with Obamas "appeal falling", did Christie good, as Dem and Repub voters gave the nod to Christie.

The end is near for the haters.

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Gooseman

Nov-06-13 6:19 AM

duhhhRAT "...Obama has terminated the careers of over 200 4 star generals and top commanders in the US military. Most in history in such as short time. The man is freakin DISGRACE to this country and the fine generals and colonels who serve this country."

Progressives take Governor, LT Governor and maybe AG. In Virginia, a state with just about the most military families and military bases in the US.

Again, duhhhRAT proving, he don't know s h e e t!

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wvhoopie

Nov-06-13 6:23 AM

Chris Christie is the anti-teabagger old establishment republican.

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TrollSlayer

Nov-06-13 6:38 AM

Goosy “As far as I can tell, teabaggers, lost every election they were in yesterday. Progressives capture all elections blah blah blah The end is near...”

Benjamin Franklin “When the people find that they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic.”

You’re right, Goosy. The end is near. Enjoy the chaos, "progressives." Because you built that.

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Gooseman

Nov-06-13 6:55 AM

"Byrne, a Democrat until 1997 and a onetime chancellor of the Alabama Community College System, defeated fellow Republican Dean Young, a tea party favorite."

"TEA PARTY DEALT BLOW IN CUCCINELLI LOSS"

"State Sen. Ralph Northam (D-Norfolk) defeated Republican candidate (teabagger) E.W. Jackson in the race for Virginia Lieutenant governor Tuesday"

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Gooseman

Nov-06-13 6:56 AM

"Coralville, Iowa, Mayor-elect John Lundell received a congratulatory phone call from Vice President Joe Biden shortly after his victory Tuesday night.

“He indicated that he was very proud of our city, that we took on the Koch brothers and successfully beat them by such a huge margin,” said Lundell"

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Gooseman

Nov-06-13 6:59 AM

I might even come back here today to read all the whinning, excuses and desperation from the extreme right haters. Should be fun.

As we know from the NR, Obama's "appeal is falling"....OR NOT.

Have a great day. I will.

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TrollSlayer

Nov-06-13 7:17 AM

“Byrne”? You mean Alabama State Legislator Byrne? You’re babbling about STATE Legislature-level races now? In Alabama? Seriously? LOL “Coralville, Iowa”? Has a total population of LESS than 19,000. About TWO THIRDS the size of Wheeling. And that’s supposed to impress us? Seriously? LOLOLOLOL

THAT’S all you got? The “progressive” Gooseperation to claim SOME kind of victory here is HILARIOUS! LOLOL

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TrollSlayer

Nov-06-13 7:21 AM

Joe Biden called the Democrit winner of a MAYORAL race in a city 50% SMALLER than Wheeling? Seriously? And HufferPost, and then Goosewhiner, REPORTED on that? LOLOL The Democrit desperation is THICK! Too funny.

Maybe Jokin’ Joe will call the winners of the Bellaire city council race. Stay by the phones, guys! LOL

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dyingov

Nov-06-13 7:28 AM

"The number of voters, 2,820, and the turnout rate, 24 percent, were the highest for a Coralville election in records on the Auditor’s Office website dating to 1979."

"Tuesday’s results likely means there will be no major shifts in city policy, but the city still has a sinking bond rating and the highest per-capita debt in Iowa to deal with."

Looks like the liberals are sinking this city, as well!

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Highland

Nov-06-13 8:04 AM

Goose must enjoy teabagging. He talks about it a lot.

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daWraith

Nov-06-13 8:04 AM

Detroit elected it first WHITE mayor in over 40 years in a non-partisan race.

Guess even an area that voted 99% for Obama in 2012 needs a rich white guy to save the day.

You know what they say "Once you elect White, you can't go back to Blight!"

BBBWHAHAHAHAAH!

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littlefox

Nov-06-13 8:34 AM

That heavily-funded VA Democrat just barely squeaking into office at 48% with an assist from a fake, Dem-funded "liberatarian" against a Conservative, who received what amounts to zero assistance from the RINO GOP, is great news for Conservatives and the Tea Party. Cuccinelli did far better than I expected, with so much money stacked against him. Lots of Dems and RINOs wiping their sweaty brows. Lots of voter's remorse coming soon to VA.

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ShempH

Nov-06-13 12:48 PM

If there is a positive and glimmer of hope for America, McAuliffe had a 12-14 point advantage and won by much less. Had the Obama Care rollout been a month sooner or the election one week later this election would have gone the other direction.

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wonderwhy

Nov-06-13 12:52 PM

New Yorkers chose Bill de Blasio as mayor, electing the first Democrat since 1989.

Wonderwhy the tea party refuses to realize they have splintered their beloved GOP?

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dyingov

Nov-06-13 1:17 PM

Bloomberg was a Democrat before 2001! I doubt that a "real" republican would have been worried about the size of a coke cup.....

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dyingov

Nov-06-13 1:19 PM

Rudy G was a Democrat in the 70's and a Republican in the 80's.....

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TrollSlayer

Nov-06-13 1:27 PM

So big city New York voted Democrit? What a surprise... yawn.... zzzzzzzzzzz...........

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richardwhee

Nov-06-13 1:50 PM

Goose- Yes, Approx 200 generals were allowed to retire. Trouble is- many will be hired to fill other positions in the gov.The U.S. has 900+ generals. Most have created an empire that is a road block to progress. Compare them to the generals/admirals of 1941.

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BushCrimeFamily

Nov-06-13 1:50 PM

Pundits who are already describing the victories of Terry McAuliffe in Virginia and Chris Christie in New Jersey as a “return to the center” of American politics are confusing the “center” with big business and Wall Street. A few decades ago McAuliffe would be viewed as a right-wing Democrat and Christie as a right-wing Republican; both garnered their major support from corporate America, and both will reliably govern as fiscal conservatives who won’t raise taxes on the wealthy. They look moderate only by contrast with the Tea Partiers to their extreme right. (cont).

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BushCrimeFamily

Nov-06-13 1:51 PM

The biggest game-changer, though, is Bill de Blasio, the mayor-elect of New York City, who campaigned against the corporatist legacy of Michael Bloomberg -- promising to raise taxes on the wealthy and use the revenues for pre-school and after-school programs for the children of New York’s burdened middle class and poor. Those who dismiss his victory as an aberration confined to New York are overlooking three big new things: First, the new demographic reality of America gives every swing state at least one large city whose inhabitants resemble those of New York. Second, he won notwithstanding New York’s position as the epicenter of big business and Wall Street, whose money couldn’t stop him. Third, Americans are catching on to the scourge of the nation’s raging inequality, and its baleful consequences for our economy and democracy. - Robert Reich

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TrollSlayer

Nov-06-13 2:40 PM

ButBushWhineFactory, more copy-dumped Reich rabble? Did you ever have an original thought? yawn...

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daWraith

Nov-06-13 5:03 PM

An northeast urban ghetto city in one of the bluest states in the union elects a Democratic mayor..

Yawn . . . . . . . . . .

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.....

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UNCOMMONSENSE

Nov-06-13 5:17 PM

And why is this news?

When you are a HUGE Liberal carnival huckster in a state full of liberals this tends to happen!

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