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Old 12-22-2012, 09:06 AM   #45
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Originally Posted by Wickedson View Post
House Republicans redistricted to hold so many of their seats.

It's still a majority. And it was moderate Republicans that lost their seats. There's some new ones that are not moderate—they were endorsed by Ron Paul.

First things first. Destroy the presidential competition and move on the the Congress next. I don't think anyone is too concerned. Your party didn't exactly have a strong "showing of support" last week.
Actually, the real key to restoring this country is through Congress. Don't get too cocky....look what it lead to in the 2010 elections. Polls showed your guy pushed too far, and polls still show people think govt is doing too much. Polls also still show that people are sick of war and your guy is no different than Bush. Actually he is worse.So keep it up. Remember 60% of registered voters did not vote. Even many on the Christian right wouldn't vote at all because of Romney. The GOP just put up a bad candidate. But the GOP made gains in the states, some of who are preparing to nullify things the Feds do.
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