Discussion in 'Community' started by GrandAdmiralJello
, Nov 4, 2012.
He never had it to begin with.
Colorado voted to legalize Medical Marijuana
The Porn measurement went down in defeat
18 female Senators in Congress.
Nothing medical about this marijuana law.
Someone needs to go down for their nap.
Let's see who makes the most treasonous comments tonight: Trump or Rove?
From my twitter feed: Nobody puts Big Bird in a corner.
NYT just called VA for Obama.
Trump's calling for an armed revolt on Twitter.
I do. I can't wait. Goose, gander, goes around, comes around, and all that.
To be fair, it's really cold out.
I'm going to have to go with a dark horse and say Ted Nugent.
Sigh, being able to wave the word "truth" around doesn't mean it's the truth either.
And you say the world would be going to hell even with Romney at the helm? Well I wouldn't say that's true either. If he had been elected, he would have copied probably all of of Obama's foreign policy, just as Obama carried over a lot of Bush-era policies (minus the Iraq invasion). Why? Because those policies are sensible ones.
Florida is still leaning Obama. Hopefully once that's called, Romney will concede.
Some folks there are pretty remarkable in what they're saying.
Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin was elected as the first-ever openly gay U.S. Senator.
I'd go with former SNL performer Victoria Jackson tweeting: America Died.
Of course then Patton Oswalt tweeted back: You named your brain America?
Callin' it now: "GOT US IN A STRANGLEHOLD BARRY"
Medical marijuana has been legal for four years, now. Recreational use was legalized.
Donald Trump is crank. Can he please just go away?
Happy to see props 30, 37, 38 going down in defeat here in California. On the flip side, I'm very disappointed/annoyed that L.A. County measure B is winning by a wide margin. Pathetic.
C'mon Romney, you have to concede tonight.
I'm ready to lap up your tears like I'm a hobo and they're Dom Pérignon.
He's also encouraging another hostage situation where the House does nothing unless Obamacare is repealed.
Man, you just can't make this stuff up:
Commenter over at Powerline.
The lesson the GOP needs to (but won't, at least not by 2016) learn from tonight is that they can't continue to be the party of older white men, xenophobia, and homophobia if they ever want to win the presidency again.