Victory in Georgia

Jul 2008
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The Dems weren't able to squeeze any more votes out of the trunks of cars etc to get a win there. The loser is now crying racist. How Democrat can you get.
Brian Kemp declared Georgia governor race as Trump takes credit for his win over Stacey Abrams | Daily Mail Online
And of course Republicans lost the house and 8 Governorships.
Georgia was already Republican and all it took to hold it was to have the Republican in charge of the election in which he was a candidate.
 
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Dec 2006
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The loser is now crying racist. How Democrat can you get.
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Yeah - they should be like the Republicans and say it's because people went to their cars and changed their shirts and hats and went in and voted again.
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Because that's REALLY realistic and believable. In the GOP world of gerrymandering and two years of race baiting and racist hate crimes, saying racism could be a cause isn't at all plausible.
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You can't make this shit up.
 
Apr 2013
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We'll see what happens by the time Abrams gets the courts to rule on the rampant voter suppression the "winner" accomplished.
 
Nov 2012
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And of course Republicans lost the house and 8 Governorships.
Georgia was already Republican and all it took to hold it was to have the Republican in charge of the election in which he was a candidate.

Lets see Presidents in the first midterms on average lose ~45 seats. Trump lost 33.... Looks like Trump is better than the Average Bear

Remember Obama lost 66.. so.. this does not look good for the Democrats.

you see if the Economy begins to tank.. the blame will fall on the "Obstrucionist Resistance Democrat" house.
 
Jul 2008
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Lets see Presidents in the first midterms on average lose ~45 seats. Trump lost 33.... Looks like Trump is better than the Average Bear

Remember Obama lost 66.. so.. this does not look good for the Democrats.

you see if the Economy begins to tank.. the blame will fall on the "Obstrucionist Resistance Democrat" house.
Nope.

Average loss in the midterms since 1950 has been 25

https://news.gallup.com/poll/242093/midterm-seat-loss-averages-unpopular-presidents.aspx

For presidents with approval rating less than 50% the average has been 37...putting Trump right at average.
 
Jun 2012
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It is funny that the average of 36 is somehow part of a wave. According to the 100 year average, Trump should have lost the Senate. He gained.
 
Mar 2018
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Nope.

Average loss in the midterms since 1950 has been 25

https://news.gallup.com/poll/242093/midterm-seat-loss-averages-unpopular-presidents.aspx

For presidents with approval rating less than 50% the average has been 37...putting Trump right at average.

How many did Clinton lose in 1994, or Obama in 2010?

And this year was skewed by so many Republican retirements, add in to that the Dims finding votes in many close races up to 12-days after election day in order to get the numbers they have gotten.