8 Nov

21 things that went right on Election Day

Michelle Malkin:

1. Republicans retained control of the U.S. House of Representatives.

2. Voters in Alabama, Montana, and Wyoming all passed measures limiting Obamacare.

3. Tea Party candidate Ted Cruz, one of the conservative movement’s brightest rising stars, overcame establishment GOP opposition to clinch a U.S. Senate victory in Texas.

4. Corruptocrat Beltway barnacle Rep. Pete Stark was finally kicked out of office in California.

5. Despite entrenched teachers’ union opposition, a charter school initiative in Washington state triumphed.

6. Despite entrenched Big Labor support, a radical collective bargaining power grab in Michigan failed.

7. Oklahoma voters said no to government race-based preferences in college admissions, public contracting, and government hiring.

8. Montana voters said no to boundless benefits for illegal aliens.

9. Washington state approved taxpayer-empowering limitationson its state legislature’s ability to raise taxes.

10. For the first time since Reconstruction, the GOP won control of the Arkansas state house.

11. Voters rejected tax hike ballot measures in Arizona, South Dakota, and Missouri.

12. Louisiana voted to protect gun rights.

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About Curt

Curt served in the Marine Corps for four years and has been a law enforcement officer in Los Angeles for the last 20 years.

2 Responses to 21 things that went right on Election Day

  1. Liberal1 (Objectivity) says: 1

    The only thing that is of any importance that went right on election day was that Obama got re-elected—no matter how the hyper-right-wing-conservatives spins it.

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  2. Common Sense says: 2

    @Liberal1 (Objectivity): Your really stupid but news flash, 0-blama can NOT raise taxes without the House of Representatives. I hope they cooperate with 0-blama and Reid as Reid said he would do if Romney would have won. Jerk!!

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