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As opposed to the lily white male candidate the Democrats offered? Dresses like a grandma? Wow, your misogyny is showing.

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HARDLY unexpected. They elected a lily white woman who dresses like a grandma. The district is 70% white but that will be ending soon as white people slip into the minority across the country. This is simply the dying tantrum of scared white people. She wouldn't even mention the POTUS's name in her speech!!

Election results from presidential races:
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2000 President George W. Bush 68% - Al Gore 32%
2004 President George W. Bush 70% - John Kerry 29%
2008 President John McCain 62% - Barack Obama 37%
2012 President Mitt Romney 61% - Barack Obama 38%
2016 President Donald Trump 48% - Hillary Clinton 47%



Lilly white? Asshole! Why live in a country where you don't have any respect for a majority of it's citizens? Maybe a third world country would suit your needs.

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HARDLY unexpected. They elected a lily white woman who dresses like a grandma. The district is 70% white but that will be ending soon as white people slip into the minority across the country. This is simply the dying tantrum of scared white people. She wouldn't even mention the POTUS's name in her speech!!

Election results from presidential races:
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2000 President George W. Bush 68% - Al Gore 32%
2004 President George W. Bush 70% - John Kerry 29%
2008 President John McCain 62% - Barack Obama 37%
2012 President Mitt Romney 61% - Barack Obama 38%
2016 President Donald Trump 48% - Hillary Clinton 47%

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I wonder if St Peters has meltdown rooms.

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Well, snowflakes will melt in the rain!

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Regardless of where you sit in the political spectrum, you ought to be asking yourself why is the mainstream media so out of touch with the realities of the current political winds. All the way until yesterday, most outlets were predicting a loss for the Republicans that would show how support for Trump had eroded and which could be harbinger of more bad news and perhaps even the beginning of the end for his presidency. Despite a reported $23MM investment by the Democratic Party, their candidate still lost. If that kind of money can't secure an election victory, there should be some serious soul searching as to why that is, and how to fix that problem.

Now, today, much is being made about the fact that the margin of victory was slim (just a hair under 4%) and the meaning of that, but what is being ignored by most (but, surprisingly, it was highlighted by an NPR analyst) is the fact that Handel made a HUGE comeback after garnering under 20% of the general vote during the first round of voting that led to this runoff election.

Ultimately, why are CNN, NYT, and all these other news outlets, getting it so wrong in forecasting these elections? Why is the "Trump voter" so underestimated or improperly polled or missed? These are all questions that will gain more importance and urgency as the mid term elections approach.


Rachael Maddow hypothesized with bad weather that possibly suppressed the democrat turnout.... as if it was not raining on republicans.

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Let's all applaud Georgia electing its first woman Representative, rather than the carpetbagger choice who doesn't even live in the district he wanted to represent. And his post loss comments about campaign finance control were hilarious, given that he had a huge $ war chest-and lost! Special elections-Republicans swept the table-huuuuuge!

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The Democrat in Georgia spent 5X more than the Republican, and they still lost. How humiliating.


Few things in life are more predictable than the chances of an incumbent member of the U.S. House of Representatives winning reelection.

Exactly. It is worth noting that the incumbent had a primary challenge from a person that ran on Trump's white nationalist platform and lost.


'White nationalist platform', lol. That kind of rhetoric is what loses elections for Democrats.

Oh please. That comment is beyond absurd. The man ran on a white nationalist platform. He blamed *brown* immigrants for the problems. When a white guy opens fire and murders muslims, there is no comment. When a Muslim gets a hammer and basically hurts one person, it is a rallying speech with immediate need.

The entire slogan of "America First" was developed by white nationalists in America. So, no, I don't give two shits about your claim. If some white people don't like being called white nationalists they should cease acting like it.


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Regardless of where you sit in the political spectrum, you ought to be asking yourself why is the mainstream media so out of touch with the realities of the current political winds. All the way until yesterday, most outlets were predicting a loss for the Republicans that would show how support for Trump had eroded and which could be harbinger of more bad news and perhaps even the beginning of the end for his presidency. Despite a reported $23MM investment by the Democratic Party, their candidate still lost. If that kind of money can't secure an election victory, there should be some serious soul searching as to why that is, and how to fix that problem.

Now, today, much is being made about the fact that the margin of victory was slim (just a hair under 4%) and the meaning of that, but what is being ignored by most (but, surprisingly, it was highlighted by an NPR analyst) is the fact that Handel made a HUGE comeback after garnering under 20% of the general vote during the first round of voting that led to this runoff election.

Ultimately, why are CNN, NYT, and all these other news outlets, getting it so wrong in forecasting these elections? Why is the "Trump voter" so underestimated or improperly polled or missed? These are all questions that will gain more importance and urgency as the mid term elections approach.

Nobody predicted a loss for the GOP in a Georgia district that has gone Republican for 40 straight years. There were some polls showing a *possible* upset.

Lastly, the polls are thrown off because there are a lot of piece-of-shit racists out there that don't want to admit to being piece-of-shit racists. So, they lie with various polls.

There is no such thing as "mainstream media." Fox News, which is merely a propaganda arm, is "mainstream". One America Network, which is nationalistic, is "mainstream". The idea that a multitude of reports will act as a monolith is a gross misunderstanding about how news reporting actually works.

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Regardless of where you sit in the political spectrum, you ought to be asking yourself why is the mainstream media so out of touch with the realities of the current political winds. All the way until yesterday, most outlets were predicting a loss for the Republicans that would show how support for Trump had eroded and which could be harbinger of more bad news and perhaps even the beginning of the end for his presidency. Despite a reported $23MM investment by the Democratic Party, their candidate still lost. If that kind of money can't secure an election victory, there should be some serious soul searching as to why that is, and how to fix that problem.

Now, today, much is being made about the fact that the margin of victory was slim (just a hair under 4%) and the meaning of that, but what is being ignored by most (but, surprisingly, it was highlighted by an NPR analyst) is the fact that Handel made a HUGE comeback after garnering under 20% of the general vote during the first round of voting that led to this runoff election.

Ultimately, why are CNN, NYT, and all these other news outlets, getting it so wrong in forecasting these elections? Why is the "Trump voter" so underestimated or improperly polled or missed? These are all questions that will gain more importance and urgency as the mid term elections approach.


Quick answer: Because it's the reporting by the MSM and the polls conducted by the pollsters in conjunction with the MSM are more a reflection of wishful thinking than they are a reflection of objective analysis.
And this results in the Democratic constituency shaking their heads at the ultimate resulsts and wondering "HOW CAN THIS BE???!!!" It's because they happily drink the Kool-aid they are given.

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Regardless of where you sit in the political spectrum, you ought to be asking yourself why is the mainstream media so out of touch with the realities of the current political winds. All the way until yesterday, most outlets were predicting a loss for the Republicans that would show how support for Trump had eroded and which could be harbinger of more bad news and perhaps even the beginning of the end for his presidency. Despite a reported $23MM investment by the Democratic Party, their candidate still lost. If that kind of money can't secure an election victory, there should be some serious soul searching as to why that is, and how to fix that problem.

Now, today, much is being made about the fact that the margin of victory was slim (just a hair under 4%) and the meaning of that, but what is being ignored by most (but, surprisingly, it was highlighted by an NPR analyst) is the fact that Handel made a HUGE comeback after garnering under 20% of the general vote during the first round of voting that led to this runoff election.

Ultimately, why are CNN, NYT, and all these other news outlets, getting it so wrong in forecasting these elections? Why is the "Trump voter" so underestimated or improperly polled or missed? These are all questions that will gain more importance and urgency as the mid term elections approach.


Because they want to influence elections. forget the Russkies, MSM is the real enemy. Fake news, fake polls, fake media.

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Regardless of where you sit in the political spectrum, you ought to be asking yourself why is the mainstream media so out of touch with the realities of the current political winds. All the way until yesterday, most outlets were predicting a loss for the Republicans that would show how support for Trump had eroded and which could be harbinger of more bad news and perhaps even the beginning of the end for his presidency. Despite a reported $23MM investment by the Democratic Party, their candidate still lost. If that kind of money can't secure an election victory, there should be some serious soul searching as to why that is, and how to fix that problem.

Now, today, much is being made about the fact that the margin of victory was slim (just a hair under 4%) and the meaning of that, but what is being ignored by most (but, surprisingly, it was highlighted by an NPR analyst) is the fact that Handel made a HUGE comeback after garnering under 20% of the general vote during the first round of voting that led to this runoff election.

Ultimately, why are CNN, NYT, and all these other news outlets, getting it so wrong in forecasting these elections? Why is the "Trump voter" so underestimated or improperly polled or missed? These are all questions that will gain more importance and urgency as the mid term elections approach.

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The party of Hodgkinsons is taking it on the chin. Watching election returns on CNN was like November 2016 all over again. Loooong faces. Priceless!

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The Democrat in Georgia spent 5X more than the Republican, and they still lost. How humiliating.


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Exactly. It is worth noting that the incumbent had a primary challenge from a person that ran on Trump's white nationalist platform and lost.


'White nationalist platform', lol. That kind of rhetoric is what loses elections for Democrats.

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The Democrat in Georgia spent 5X more than the Republican, and they still lost. How humiliating.


Few things in life are more predictable than the chances of an incumbent member of the U.S. House of Representatives winning reelection.

Exactly. It is worth noting that the incumbent had a primary challenge from a person that ran on Trump's white nationalist platform and lost.

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Few things in life are more predictable than the chances of an incumbent member of the U.S. House of Representatives winning reelection.

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The Democrat in Georgia spent 5X more than the Republican, and they still lost. How humiliating.

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Wow... major electoral slap down of the democrats in GA tonight. The deplorables are at it again... time for the courts to step in and stop this miscarriage of free elections.

Wouldn't it be funny if the Russians did hack the elections in Georgia, the country, not the state by accident.


Not to fear. A liberal judge down in Hawaii just invalidated the GA election results, and ruled that the Democrat actually won.

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Wow... major electoral slap down of the democrats in GA tonight. The deplorables are at it again... time for the courts to step in and stop this miscarriage of free elections.

Wouldn't it be funny if the Russians did hack the elections in Georgia, the country, not the state by accident.

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You just made my point. Posting Trump pointing the blame is useless. Show me where u blame Podesta!

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Wow, you must have hunted for those images of Obama, it was not covered on the news the way the hate against Trump and Republicans is covered. It is daily, just like the witchhunt on Russia in these hearings. Let me repeat, how can you hold Trump responsible for John Podesta foolish act of changing his email password? That is how the emails got hacked.


Podesta's carelessness is ignored. No one on this board will hold any Dem responsible. Only Trump.


Nice job Comrade repeating wisdom of Dear Leader Trump and Julian Assange!

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/peo ... ange-latest-a7509056.html

http://time.com/4621653/julian-assange-wikileaks-emails/

Fake news version:
https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/art ... in-powells-gmail-accounts

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Wow, you must have hunted for those images of Obama, it was not covered on the news the way the hate against Trump and Republicans is covered. It is daily, just like the witchhunt on Russia in these hearings. Let me repeat, how can you hold Trump responsible for John Podesta foolish act of changing his email password? That is how the emails got hacked.


Podesta's carelessness is ignored. No one on this board will hold any Dem responsible. Only Trump.

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Yvonne, if you don't think those Obama pictures were covered, it's because you weren't paying attention. Those images were all over for 8 years.

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Wow, you must have hunted for those images of Obama, it was not covered on the news the way the hate against Trump and Republicans is covered. It is daily, just like the witchhunt on Russia in these hearings. Let me repeat, how can you hold Trump responsible for John Podesta foolish act of changing his email password? That is how the emails got hacked.

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Back to reality...

Trump is, literally, the worst president to ever sit in the Oval Office. We know this because he is the butt of jokes:
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/20 ... rous-speech-to-press-ball

Australia, who has been a great ally to us, didn't mock Bush. They stood with him and joined the foolish Iraq War. Now, the president is a joke. This is a fact, not an opinion.

When foreign world leaders treat your president as a punchline it means they don't respect him. If Australia, America's friend, is doing it, you can damn well bet that every single other country on the planet is doing it to.

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It is not cherry picking, you had Madonna saying she wanted to blow up the white house in her "pussy hat." Liberals think they are above the law and unfortunately their fans think they are gods.


You're right. It must have been a liberal that put up this sign...
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Here are some "liberals" acting like they are "above the law" at a Wisconsin football game:
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Here's a Houston tow truck driver showing his "liberal" credentials:
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Here's Florida Pastor hanging Obama, burning a Koran and just generally showing himself to be the type of person that our resident bigot, Yvonne, loves:
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Do I need to post the quote from Eric Trump from several days ago where he said "Democrats aren't people"?

But, yeah, it's "Liberals" that act like they are "above the law". I know you're old and have a crappy memory which is certainly not helped by your bigotry. However, do yourself a favor and Google "Obama hanging from noose". You'll get yourself plenty of images far more graphic than some stupid Snoop Dog video or Kathy Griffin gif.

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There is the rhetoric by Black Lives Matter that says, "Pigs in a blanket fry like bacon." Basically encouraging the killing of cops, the liberals are encouraging the killing of Trump and Republicans.


It's simply a recipe for a tasty treat. Pigs in a blanket with fried bacon sounds good to me. Maybe it's our arteries they are encouraging the killing of.

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Comrades, BAD NEWS!

The Russia investigation is now inside the Oval Office

Analysis by Chris Cillizza, CNN Editor-at-large
Updated 9:22 AM ET, Thu June 15, 2017

http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/15/politic ... mp-obstruction/index.html

Washington (CNN)For months, President Trump has been obsessed -- publicly and privately -- with clearing his name in relation to the ongoing investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 election and potential collusion with members of his campaign.

Trump, we know now, repeatedly asked then-FBI Director James Comey whether he, personally, was under investigation. On three occasions, Comey said he was not.
"I know I'm not under investigation," Trump told NBC's Lester Holt in a May 11 interview that came just two days after Trump had fired Comey over, according to the President, the FBI director's handling of the Russia investigation. "I'm not talking about campaigns. I'm not talking about anything else," Trump added. "I'm not under investigation."

That isn't true anymore, according to reporting by The Washington Post on Wednesday night. That report makes clear that three senior intelligence officers -- Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers and and former NSA deputy director Richard Ledgett -- are being interviewed this week by special counsel Bob Mueller as he looks into whether Trump obstructed justice in the Russia case.
A source familiar with the matter later told CNN that Mueller's investigators have asked for information and will talk to Coats and Rogers.
This paragraph from the Post story speaks for itself:
"Trump had received private assurances from then-FBI Director James B. Comey starting in January that he was not personally under investigation. Officials say that changed shortly after Comey's firing."
Trump wasn't under investigation personally prior to Comey's firing on May 9. But he is now, according to the Post.

That's absolutely huge -- for several reasons.
First, it makes it virtually impossible for the President and his administration to dismiss this probe as a sideshow or small potatoes or a distraction somehow created by the biased media. (That doesn't mean they won't do exactly that, of course.) We are now talking about the President of the United States being investigated for possibly obstructing justice in relation to a criminal probe about a foreign government meddling in our elections for the purpose of defeating his Democratic opponent.
Consider that paragraph. And consider we are less than 150 days into Trump's presidency and this -- an investigation by a special counsel who also happens to be the former FBI director -- is where he finds himself.
Second, it suggests that not only is the special counsel's investigation reaching upward in the White House but that is also broadening out from simply an attempt to answer the question of the breadth of Russia's hacking and whether it caught up any Trump officials in it.
Looking into whether Trump obstructed justice means that Mueller is also examining the circumstances surrounding Comey's firing, which was obviously not part of the original federal probe led by Comey when he still had a job as FBI director.

As the Post story notes:
"The interviews (with Rogers, Coats and Ledgett) suggest that Mueller sees the question of attempted obstruction of justice as more than just a 'he said, he said' dispute between the President and the fired FBI director, an official said."

That's critical given that Comey's sworn testimony regarding the pressure put on him by Trump to leave off an investigation into deposed national security adviser Michael Flynn runs directly counter to Trump's assertions about their conversations. Trump -- while not under oath, it's worth noting -- has insisted flatly that he had never urged Comey to slow or stop the Flynn investigation.
Trump appeared unbowed by the new revelations.
"They made up a phony collusion with the Russians story, found zero proof, so now they go for obstruction of justice on the phony story. Nice," he tweeted Thursday morning. He soon added: "You are witnessing the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history - led by some very bad and conflicted people! #MAGA"

None of the above makes Trump guilty. But, what it does is take this special counsel investigation all the way into the Oval Office -- a place where it hasn't gone before. And it also suggests that Mueller isn't narrowing the scope of the investigation he took over on May 18, he's widening it.
All of which makes Trump's efforts to belittle the investigation and move past it that much more difficult.

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There is the rhetoric by Black Lives Matter that says, "Pigs in a blanket fry like bacon." Basically encouraging the killing of cops, the liberals are encouraging the killing of Trump and Republicans.

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Live by the sword, die by the sword.

People who engage in violent rhetoric tend to find themselves on the wrong end of the stick at some point. Like you know, Mr. Trump.

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