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I noticed that you didn't post in this thread until just now. Maybe next time you'll be confident enough to question my predictions before the votes are cast.
Or, given the example you just provided, maybe you won't.
Im rarely wrong, but I was wrong about this election.
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Yeah. Not exactly butt-covering.
Guys, you have to do this taunting stuff before the results come in, or it just looks like some brow-mopping opportunism on your part. Waiting until now makes you look like you were sheepishly hedging your bets.
Last edited by Homercles82; January-19th-2010 at 09:50 PM.
Where's the beef?
Well since we really didn't need another thread, here's what I said in my closed thread about Brown's win tonight:
I don't think his win changes anything that the DEMS will do in 2010.
I think tonight's election only puts them on the clock until the next congress takes over in Jan. 2011. I think the dems will be more inclined to ram thru every piece of their agenda thru anyway they can. Reconciliation, nuclear options, etc... Whatever they have to do, they will get their agenda pass.
Once it's pass it's harder to reverse. So, I really don't see the dems doing anything different this year other maybe accelerate.
the thing about this win not only did a republican win in mass but at 52 to 47% this has to be considered a landslide in such a blue state
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