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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Dumb Republicans

Conservative bloggers and GOP right wing NUTS are licking collective wounds today with blogs post like this:  DOOM! | Read More » The Fall of the House of Romney, Read More » And HOW TO STOP LOSING, Read More »

AAP says: It's too bad Michelle Malkin and the other so-called conservatives don't get it. No Election 2012 was not about President Obama getting his “revenge,” as she wrote in her ignorant blog post. It's too bad that these dumb ass Republicans don't get the fact that the president won because African-Americans, who are 13 percent of the electorate, won 93 percent of our vote. The President won among Latinos by 70 percent.


As  John Dickerson noted in the slate today: "In the end, it wasn't close. Barack Obama won re-election handily over Mitt Romney with 303 electoral votes (so far), well more than the 270 electoral votes needed. Of the nine battleground states that were up for grabs, Obama won seven of them, losing only North Carolina (Florida remains to be called). But while Obama won those states, he didn't crush it; he won instead, a string of precise narrow victories. He didn’t win because his leadership during Hurricane Sandy blew all those swing votes his way (though it may have helped). The president won because he ran a permanent campaign, keeping his offices open in the battleground states from his 2008 campaign, tending his coalition assiduously, and because he relentlessly defined his opponent. His was the better campaign. The Democratic candidate of “hope and change” beat the big business Republican in the trenches, in one state after another." Read more HERE

AAP says: It's too bad extremist Republican bloggers and extremist Republicans0 within the GOP don't get it. The demographics of our nation are changing, and a party of old white men will never win the Presidency of the United States again.


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