"I can't believe my vote for Jill Stein didn't win this for Romney!"
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It's 'cause they know it's a state full of pinkos.
I think I'm just going to turn the internet off for a few hours, and come back at 8:00pm and see what the results are then. After a glass of wine. Maybe two glasses.
The exit polls were right. It was the official vote count that was wrong.
I'm tallying against the Colorado University model.
For example, based on CBS News (they seems to be judicious in waiting until there are real number) reporting:
Virginia 46.05% 41.5% -4.55
These are the percentages projected for Obama by the model, the actual from CBS and the difference.
Not looking good as Obama is getting about 4 points less than estimated by the model for that state.
Anyway, great news on Indiana. When even Hoosiers can't stand nuts in major office, it's a good sign regarding the future of the teabaggers as a political influence.
The real drama is from all the smaller little things. But in all fairness I've stuck with this as far as I can go on a work night. Good night, you better wake me with good news tomorrow morning or so help me god , you'll regret it!
Oh, and bummer that Tim Eyman is still with us.
The Stranger's refusal to cover alternative party campaigns in this election has been shameful.
Will you continue singing Obama's praises as our drones come home to roost and austerity measures are ramped up?
Will it still be all the Republicans' fault?
Now John Boehner is rabbiting on about how the mandate is for republicanism. Suck my balls, old.