It has been a big evening in U.S. history. Tonight I hung out with a couple hundred U.S. patriots at the Tea Party Patriot’s election night party at the Capitol Hyatt in Washington, D.C. It’s just past 3am here, and another full on day tomorrow, but first I want to draw attention to a few excellent victories, and some heart-breaking, very close calls amongst Tea-Partiers and GOPers.
Florida didn’t disappoint. Marco Rubio smashed his Democratic opponent, becoming the new senator for Florida. And my favorite, Colonel Allen West pulled in a good victory in the 22nd District with over an 8% lead.
Christine O’Donnell fought so hard, and put up with so much vitriol from the Democrats and feminazis. In the strongly blue state, Chris Coons trumped with a 16.6% lead. KeyWiki has extensive, in-depth research on Coon’s affiliations here. Christine will be back fighting before you know it. As she said in her concession speech, Delaware politics have been changed for ever – for the better.
As I write, anti-Veterans and Council for a Livable World-supported Barbara Boxer leads Carly Fiorina by 6% in what has been a nail-bitingly close race, despite mainstream media pundits calling the race in Boxer’s favor with only 0.3% of the vote in. With 20% of the votes in for instance, Carly was in the lead.
Am sorry Tom Tancredo didn’t win the Colorado Governorship and especially sorry that Sharron Angle didnt beat the execrable Harry Reid in the Nevada Senate race. ACORN and SEIU have been strong in Nevada, mmmmmmm…….
Allen Grayson lost in Florida…..a friend told me that a Democrat of his acquaintance was pleased because Grayson “would now be able to seek the hope he so obviously needs”.
The G.O.P. now controls Congress and has made big gains in the Senate and Governor’s races. It’s goodbye to your
favorite House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and hello John Boehner the new Republican House Majority Leader!
This is the Republicans’ last chance to prove they can be trusted to live up to their own principles.
If they don’t , they will be finished – and so may we be all.