This time tomorrow the election results begin


AMERICA DIVIDED
THE VERDICT
TRUMP FOCUS ON SENATE
BRACE FOR SURPRISES
POLLSTERS CLUELESS?

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94 Responses to This time tomorrow the election results begin

  1. Muddy

    There’s an election somewhere? How did I miss that?
    Oh well, I’m sure it’s not important.

  2. Bear Necessities

    GOP will do well in the heartland (Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Wisconsin, Minnesota). They should pick up a couple of those Senate seats if not more. Everyone was surprised how well the GOP did in 2016. I think they will surprise again. The shift to GOP there is like the shift to GOP in the South in the early 80’s.

  3. Death Giraffe

    Increased GOP majorities in both houses.

  4. lotocoti

    NY 14 is the one to watch.
    Will Tammany Hall’s man beat Bernie’s democratic socialist?
    If crazy eyes wins, will the dems go full antifa or will the machine politicians counter-revolutionary deviationist Trotskyite hyenas crush the proletariat’s flag bearer?

  5. mh

    I want to see liberal tears again.

    🍿🍿🍿

  6. Mark M

    Nov 4, 2 minute video: President Donald Trump does a nice job of pushing back against climate scam alarmism …

    Trump: “we do have an impact, but I don’t believe the impact is nearly what some say, and other scientists that dispute those findings very strongly”

  7. Tel

    I think it will be very close, both sides are entrenched in their opinions, although a small number of “walk aways” might move over to Trump.

    Both sides trying to turn out their base … antics around Democrat “incivility” and the “Mobs vs Jobs” theme are the biggest drivers for Republican base turnout, the mask hasn’t just slipped, it’s completely off now, replaced by ugly black hoods and bike locks.

    My tip for the big race: Republicans by a nose and the Trump Train keeps a rollin.

  8. Snoopy

    I want to see liberal Zoe Daniel’s tears again.

    🍿🍿🍿

  9. Baldrick

    Don’t fall for the Leftard spin tomorrow if Trump loses the HoR majority.

    It’s happened to a lot sitting Presidents, even Clinton and Obambi.

  10. De ja vu all over again.
    5-7 more senate seats. Will hold the house fairly comfy in the end.
    Heads will explode.
    Fvckwits will march and whine.

    When Trump has 40% support from blacks (which would break down to 30% women, 50% men) and the black women don’t turn out for mid-terms because they have to look after their 4 kids from 7 daddies, there is no chance of a Demonrat blue wave.

  11. pete m

    I think the record early turnout scares Dems, and augurs well for Rep.

    I wonder how many people not entitled to vote will do so anyway.

  12. rickw

    Increased GOP majorities in both houses.

    Yep!

  13. Confused Old Misfit

    Hope for the best. Prepare for the worst.

  14. Snoopy

    Increased Senate majority. Hold the House.

  15. Baldrick

    Talk about scrapping the bottom of the barrel …

    Mayor Bill de Blasio ✔ @NYCMayor
    We’ve registered nearly 900 incarcerated individuals and jail facility visitors to vote in the upcoming general election because it’s their right, and their voices matter.

  16. mh

    LAWYER SAYS POLLS ARE WRONG, BETS $130,000 ON REPUBLICANS WINNING HOUSE

    Robert Barnes: Polling firms still producing dodgy results to satisfy partisan media outlets

    https://www.infowars.com/lawyer-says-polls-are-wrong-bets-130000-on-republicans-winning-house/

  17. Boambee John

    mh

    Now that is putting your money where your mouth is.

    m0nty

    Did you cover this bet?

  18. mh

    This will be the last pre-vote Trump rally.

    And the Right Side Broadcasting chick is pretty cute.

  19. mh

    Trump scheduled to speak in 1 hour.

  20. I am bespoke

    I’m to chicken to call.

  21. Tel

    Sportsbet are offering “Total Democrat House seats” : Under 232.5 / Over 232.5

    That requires the Dems to gain an additional 40 extra seats!

    Does anyone really believe that?

  22. I am bespoke

    That said if the Repub’s loose and cad carry on like the Dem’s did in 16 they deserve the same ridicule.

  23. Natural Instinct

    By the numbers: Last-minute midterms forecasts unanimously predict Democrats winning the House and Republicans keeping the Senate.
    Strategists from both parties have predicted Dems will win around 35 House seats (they need 23 to take control of the House.)
    That’d be better for Trump than the 37 seats lost on average for a president with an approval below 50% during his first midterm election.

    They say Trump rallies have no effect on election results in specific districts.
    .
    Time will tell whether the “pundits” have got any better.

  24. Is there a betting market for :
    1. Wussian interference
    2. Chicom vote buying

    ?

  25. Tel:

    …the mask hasn’t just slipped, it’s completely off now, replaced by ugly black hoods and bike locks.

    Bike locks?
    What the hell for? Don’t these people have tyre levers or crowbars?

  26. Tom

    Remind me how this ends again — the latest from polling analyst Bill Mitchell:

    Bill Mitchell‏Verified account @mitchellvii

    Democrats are making the same mistake they made in 2016 – suppressing their own turnout with overly optimistic fake polls.

    10:30 AM – 6 Nov 2018

    Because they live in a hyper-idealised fantasy world, leftards are really shit at Main Street middle class politics.

  27. Tom

    How sample-stacking works and why this year’s polling is as inaccurate as 2016’s polling:

    Bill Mitchell‏Verified account @mitchellvii
    The RCP Generic Average even with its ridiculous 25% Republican samples, has Democrats only +7. Due to districting, Republicans have a built-in 6 point advantage. That means it is really D+1. With MOE of 4, that means it could be R+3 even with the bad samples.

    #RedTsunami

  28. The Dems will cheat even harder than 2016…and still lose. There will be some funny results and the raging hysterics and denialism of 8/11/16 that will be repeated will be something to behold. The only danger the Reps face is from the Leftlash, there will be some very broken and disturbed people wanting blood.

  29. Dr Fred Lenin

    Lotocoti, De blasio will get da mob to rub the cammie bastid out n dump him in de east river. A normal tammany trick the democrats are good at that plus taking bribes ,oh and getting dead people to vote for them . Bit like the alp only in a far higher class ,olympic class .
    Really polls are rarely accurate and pundits are no better ,especially when its left against right,they veer left always they are a nit like racehorse tipsters often wrong I remember the newspaper tipsters used to have a contest to see who LOST the least money in a year .
    The democrats resurrection team will be busy today ,talk about raising the dead ,they have to keep the swamp going out its their only hope the useless maggots.

  30. classical_hero

    In the Senate the Republicans will have a filibuster stopping majority. The Republicans will hold on to the House.

  31. Fat Tony

    Winston Smith
    #2857895, posted on November 6, 2018 at 1:23 pm
    Tel:

    …the mask hasn’t just slipped, it’s completely off now, replaced by ugly black hoods and bike locks.

    Bike locks?
    What the hell for? Don’t these people have tyre levers or crowbars?

    No, the little pony-tailed/man-bunned faggots ride pushbikes.
    Tyre levers and crow bars / pinch bars are associated with manual labour.

  32. ACTOldFart

    OK, so where is the best site on line to watch it develop tomorrow? And I don’t mean the most biased or flavoured either way, but rather the most up to date, accurate, balanced, easy to understand, best maps, graphs, number crunching, analysis, all those things. Any guidance or suggestions most welcome thanks.

  33. Fat Tony

    ACTOldFart
    #2857947, posted on November 6, 2018 at 3:26 pm
    OK, so where is the best site on line to watch it develop tomorrow? And I don’t mean the most biased or flavoured either way, but rather the most up to date, accurate, balanced, easy to understand, best maps, graphs, number crunching, analysis, all those things. Any guidance or suggestions most welcome thanks.

    What a comedian – and the irony is “from the ACT”.
    BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  34. Snoopy

    Where’s Monty? He was crying for a thread on which to post his predictions.

  35. Snoopy

    The ABC’s Conor Duffy senses a Democrat defeat. Voluntary voting and Tuesday feature heavily.

  36. Tom

    If you have pay TV, ACTOldFart, Fox News Channel (Foxtel channel 606) and/or Breitbart.com for coverage that isn’t barking partisanship at you like Their ABC, Nein News, Channel Stokes, Their Sky or The Australian will be.

  37. Snoopy

    Ahahahaha

    A reporter named Brenda Battel from the Huron Daily Tribune calls Michigan Senate Candidate John James to schedule an interview. She leaves a voicemail with the details of her request, then…. accidentally didn’t hang up the phone correctly; so the recording continues to pick up her comments.

    What you hear next, after Ms. Battel thinks she has hung up, is the personification of media bias. Listen:

    Ms Battel is now between jobs.

  38. Frank

    The ABC’s Conor Duffy senses a Democrat defeat. Voluntary voting and Tuesday feature heavily.

    That would be the same Conor Duffy who has a chin that looks like it has served as the landing pad for many a pair of testicles in its time.

  39. Tailgunner

    #NOBRAKES!!!
    montel, get in here!

  40. Arnost

    Is there anyone in the Sydney CBD heading to a watering hole to watch the results come in?

    Happy to join in if there is a Cat party on…

  41. Boambee John

    When is the lackey of the fascist left establishment, m0nty, going to post his prediction? Still waiting for the talking points email?

  42. Tailgunner

    m0nty
    #2197701, posted on November 8, 2016 at 9:13 pm
    O frabjous day.

    Maybe he’s learning?
    Lol

  43. rickw

    I’m going out for beers on Friday night, Trump 2020 T shirt will be the garment of choice!

  44. I am bespoke

    Tailgunner
    #2858020, posted on November 6, 2018 at 6:49 pm
    Venue rick?

    Careful monty and creepy Rae are lurking.

  45. amortiser

    Any place in Adelaide

  46. Zatara

    The ABC’s Conor Duffy senses a Democrat defeat. Voluntary voting and Tuesday feature heavily.

    The majority of that article is BS progressive propaganda and it isn’t difficult to imagine who he interviewed to write it. ‘Voter suppression’ is the progressive codeword for steps taken to defeat voter fraud.

    His mistaken idea that one must vote on Tuesday for instance. All states offer early voting these days. In the case of Florida, the polls have been open for 8 days prior to the actual ‘election day’. Vote-by-mail ballots have been available since 2 Oct. So they have had an entire month to vote if they chose that way.

    He also claims not allowing someone to register using a post office box as their address is voter suppression. No, this is a perfect example why that isn’t allowed in most states. Vociferous anti-Trump comedian Steven Colbert and his family have bee using a post office box to register and vote somewhere they don’t even live. That same comedian loves to claim there is no such thing as voter fraud, and he’s guilty as hell of it.

    Yes, there are a heap of things wrong with the US voting system but they almost all involve making it too lax rather than too difficult.

  47. Will do a more detailed prediction later this evening, suffice it to say that the blue wave is real, but I expect some major reversals to the trend in places like Georgia and North Dakota where the Republican incumbents have been openly cheating. And of course Trump won’t lift a finger to defend democracy.

  48. mh

    Will do a more detailed prediction later this evening, ….

    Detailed prediction? Why? You’re never right at anything.

  49. stackja

    Donald J. Trump
    Verified account
    @realDonaldTrump
    So funny to see the CNN Fake Suppression Polls and false rhetoric. Watch for real results Tuesday. We are lucky CNN’s ratings are so low. Don’t fall for the Suppression Game. Go out & VOTE. Remember, we now have perhaps the greatest Economy (JOBS) in the history of our Country!
    7:18 AM – 5 Nov 2018

  50. stackja

    Donald J. Trump
    Verified account
    @realDonaldTrump
    So funny to see the CNN Fake Suppression Polls and false rhetoric. Watch for real results Tuesday. We are lucky CNN’s ratings are so low. Don’t fall for the Suppression Game. Go out & VOTE. Remember, we now have perhaps the greatest Economy (JOBS) in the history of our Country!
    7:18 AM – 5 Nov 2018

  51. Snoopy

    Will do a more detailed prediction later this evening,

    Waiting for the exit polls, Monty?

  52. Leo G

    Will do a more detailed prediction later this evening, ….

    Brave. Could be a derailed prediction by tomorrow morning.

  53. P

    suffice it to say that the blue wave is real

    and tomorrow they’ll be singing “I never felt more like Singing the Blues”.

  54. Boambee John

    m0nty at 2030

    places like Georgia and North Dakota where the Republican incumbents have been openly cheating

    Details? Campaigning by exposing the stupidity of your opponent is not “cheating”.

  55. Okay so, predictions. My opinion is that if you aren’t prepared to test your opinion at a time like this with an immediately testable hypothesis, your opinions aren’t worth much.

    I think the shift of the Republicans to being a rural party working the natural and man-made gerrymanders for all they are worth accelerates greatly tomorrow. This will mean they get thumped in the House with a raft of losses in the suburbs as they get deserted by white middle-class women, but pick up multiple Senate seats in smaller states like Montana, and maybe even pinch New Jersey. O’Rourke to come up well short in Texas.

    The Democrats need to win 23 more seats in the House to get the majority, I think they blow past that and go beyond 40. Not that it’s going to matter much who gets the majority really, because not much legislation is going to be passed regardless.

    One of the major headlines is going to be electoral irregularities in Republican-controlled swing states, like what Brian Kemp is doing in Georgia to suppress the black vote and the GOP is doing to disenfranchise Native Americans in North Dakota. That kind of bastardry works, it’s condoned by Trump’s SCOTUS, and it’s going to turn elections tomorrow.

  56. JC

    Monst

    Do you believe in climate change?

  57. mh

    Monty’s prediction:

    The Democrats need to win 23 more seats in the House to get the majority, I think they blow past that and go beyond 40.

  58. Colonel Crispin Berka, King's Fusiliers Corps.

    The silent protest of the rust belt was thought to be the biggest mover in 2016, so can we expect Red votes to be similarly higher than current pre-election polling shows?
    Or could that be counteracted by a larger reduction in Blue voter apathy setting off blue ballot booth boogie?

    Only 8 hours until the End Of The World As We Know It… again!

  59. Snoopy

    The Democrats need to win 23 more seats in the House to get the majority,

    The Dems need to win 23 sests to flip the House only if they don’t lose any of their own.

  60. Mark A

    m0nty
    #2858261, posted on November 6, 2018 at 11:21 pm
    One of the major headlines is going to be electoral irregularities in Republican-controlled swing states, like what Brian Kemp is doing in Georgia to suppress the black vote and the GOP is doing to disenfranchise Native Americans in North Dakota. That kind of bastardry works, it’s condoned by Trump’s SCOTUS, and it’s going to turn elections tomorrow.

    On the one hand you predict a massive Dem. victory in the house, but at the same time explain away their loss, should it come to that.

    Nice footwork.

    PS, I’m not familiar with the US gerrymander situation, anyone who is, would you please enlighten us?
    Don’t trust M0nty on this.

  61. Following some anecdotal evidence from people who have actually voted, I’m predicting a Republican massacre.
    In red counties, the voter turnout is massive. Almost matches the 16 presidential election and certainly far exceeds 14 mid terms.
    In blue counties, the turnout is low….very low. Barely up to 14 levels.
    Also, it seems most blacks are siting this one out. Tragedy for Demonrats.

    Baa Humbug
    #2857860, posted on November 6, 2018 at 12:11 pm

    De ja vu all over again.
    5-7 more senate seats. Will hold the house fairly comfy in the end.
    Heads will explode.
    Fvckwits will march and whine.

    When Trump has 40% support from blacks (which would break down to 30% women, 50% men) and the black women don’t turn out for mid-terms because they have to look after their 4 kids from 7 daddies, there is no chance of a Demonrat blue wave.

    Looks like black women with 4 kids to 7 daddies aren’t bothering to go out to vote. No free Obama phones I guess.

    Republican enthusiasm is far higher than Demonrat enthusiasm.
    I now give the R’s an even chance to get 59-60 senate seats, and retain the house comfortably.

  62. m0nty
    #2858261, posted on November 6, 2018 at 11:21 pm
    One of the major headlines is going to be electoral irregularities in Republican-controlled swing states, like what Brian Kemp is doing in Georgia to suppress the black vote and the GOP is doing to disenfranchise Native Americans in North Dakota

    Fvck off you racist piece of shit.
    Claiming blacks don’t have the wherewithal to get ID is about as racist as it gets.

    By the way, in the last rally Trump had in Montana, all the Crow chiefs came out in support. You can see them clearly behind the podium.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/wp-content/uploads/trump-indians-montana-.jpg
    You are such a low life piece of shit Monty, you racist cnut.

  63. Zatara

    Gerrymandering in the US is the practice of rearranging the boundaries of electoral districts. It is a process which takes place about every 10 years in a given state. Both major parties have been accused of using the process to their advantage. Both parties will undoubtedly continue to lobby for advantage in this way.

    One thing to keep in mind when someone cries ‘foul’ due to gerrymandering, it that it is impossible to gerrymander Presidential, Gubernatorial or US Senate elections. So take it with a grain of salt when they start whinging about disenfranchisement and such.

    On the other hand, if you want to see what ridiculous levels of gerrymandry look like, zoom in on Chicago on this map. Half of those districts have outposts that aren’t even physically connected. In fact, Republicans are challenging the worst of them in court as I type.

    Another entertaining example are the way the inner city wards of Chicago were divied up by the Democrat Mayor Emanuel’s City Council.

    Bottom line, everyone does it and will always do it. It’s basic political maneuvering. Why are the Dems talking it up so much today? Because it’s one more way to potentially accomplish in Court what they cant accomplish in the ballot box.

  64. Baa Humbug
    Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    #2858329, posted on November 7, 2018 at 5:30 am

    m0nty
    #2858261, posted on November 6, 2018 at 11:21 pm
    One of the major headlines is going to be electoral irregularities in Republican-controlled swing states, like what Brian Kemp is doing in Georgia to suppress the black vote and the GOP is doing to disenfranchise Native Americans in North Dakota

    Fvck off you rac!st piece of shit.
    Claiming blacks don’t have the wherewithal to get ID is about as rac!st as it gets.

    By the way, in the last rally Trump had in Montana, all the Crow chiefs came out in support. You can see them clearly behind the podium.
    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/wp-content/uploads/trump-indians-montana-.jpg
    You are such a low life piece of shit Monty.

  65. Mark A

    Thanks for that, Zatara.
    I’m familiar with the practice, only wanted to know the extent they go to in the US.

    Looking at Chicago, all I can say is, good old Joh B P was a rank amateur.
    Even South A is fair and benign in comparison.

  66. Zatara

    Regarding ‘gerrymander’ and the Kemp/ Abrams race in Georgia and why the Dems are quacking about it…

    The winner of this election will also have the ability to influence the state’s redistricting process following the 2020 census. Under Georgia state law, the Georgia General Assembly is responsible for drawing new maps for U.S. House and state legislative seats following the completion of the census. The governor has the power to veto these district map proposals.

    I guarantee that if the Dems win you’ll never hear another peep about it as they go gerrymandering their little bums off.

    As to the other thing Kemp has done lately, the state Democratic Party apparently tried to hack the Georgia State voter registration system. The Georgia Bureau of Investigations was able to stop it, conduct a preliminary investigation, and the case has been turned over to the FBI. The Dems immediately screamed “voter suppression”.

    About the GOP “suppressing native American votes”, see my earlier post regarding the illegality of using a post office box as an address for voter registry. Sucks when rules get enforced.

  67. Mark A

    About the GOP “suppressing native American votes”, see my earlier post regarding the illegality of using a post office box as an address for voter registry. Sucks when rules get enforced.

    LOL might as well use the plot number in the cemetery.
    At least it would be fair dinkum.

  68. Tailgunner

    TGOP out to [email protected]
    What’s going on? I’m not seeing any results yet??

  69. Tom

    Gunner, polls don’t start closing today until 11am our time (7pm US ET).

  70. Tailgunner

    Thanks Tom. Quite a big move in the betting market without any results!
    Strange. Money coming for Moloch? Fools!

  71. Snoopy

    Here’s a state-by-state breakdown of when polls close:

    10:00am AEDT (6:00pm Washington DC): Indiana, Kentucky
    11:00am AEDT (7:00pm Washington DC): South Carolina; Florida; Virginia; New Hampshire; Vermont; Georgia (except Atlanta where polls close an hour later)
    11:30am AEDT (7:30pm Washington DC): West Virginia, Ohio, North Carolina
    12 midday AEDT (8:00pm Washington DC): Alabama; Texas; Connecticut; Massachusetts; Delaware; Illinois; Maine; Maryland; Mississippi; Missouri; New Jersey; Oklahoma; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; Tennessee; Kansas; Michigan
    12:30pm AEDT (8:30pm Washington DC): Arkansas
    1:00pm AEDT (9:00pm Washington DC): Arizona; Colorado; Louisiana; Minnesota; Nebraska; New Mexico; New York; South Dakota; North Dakota; Wisconsin; Wyoming; Washington
    2:00pm AEDT (10:00pm Washington DC): Iowa; Montana; Nevada; Utah; Idaho

    via TheirABC

    AEDT = Eastern daylight saving time

  72. mh

    The Best American
    The Best American
    @bestamericanUSA
    ·
    52m
    SHOCK EARLY EXIT POLLS IN CRUCIAL VA-7

    Just talked to one of my network buddies, he said early exit polls in VA-7 favor Republican Dave Brat over Democrat Abigail Spanberger.

    If Dave Brat holds on, the Democrats are going to go into meltdown mode.

  73. Armadillo

    Comrade Putin is starting to weave his early magic. Keep those bots humming, Uncle Vlad.

  74. lotocoti

    If the blue wave ends up a damp patch, who do you choose between MSNBC and TYT for maximum lolz?

  75. mh

    Frank Luntz
    Frank Luntz
    @FrankLuntz
    Final #Florida poll from the
    @Trafalgar_Group
    , the only polling firm that had Trump winning Pennsylvania and Michigan in 2016. #ElectionDay

    Governor
    • Ron DeSantis: 50%
    • Andrew Gillum: 46.6%

    Senate
    • Rick Scott: 49%
    • Bill Nelson: 47.3%

  76. Mother Lode

    The SMH has a little article on the front page about how the Dementocrats are poised to take the house.

    Please please please please let them be wrong – I love watching people who congratulate themselves on their awesome intelligence trying to work out how they got something wrong while the people they think are stupid get it right.

    I expect they have looked no further than the polls because they give the prediction they want and investigating further might mean discovering it is wrong.

  77. Armadillo

    Are the results quoted today simply from polling booths? Or do they include early voting?

    Post votes are counted last I’m assuming. Anyone know?

  78. As to the other thing Kemp has done lately, the state Democratic Party apparently tried to hack the Georgia State voter registration system. The Georgia Bureau of Investigations was able to stop it, conduct a preliminary investigation, and the case has been turned over to the FBI. The Dems immediately screamed “voter suppression”.

    About the GOP “suppressing native American votes”, see my earlier post regarding the illegality of using a post office box as an address for voter registry. Sucks when rules get enforced.

    A citizen alerted Kemp that his electoral software system was full of security holes, and he blamed Democrats for it with zero evidence.

    As for post boxes, you don’t lose the franchise because you are homeless or live on a reservation. You should still have the right to vote regardless of where you live.

  79. mh

    Boom! Two Young Black Men Vote for First Time — Wear Blexit Shirts to Polling Station, Reporter Stumped (VIDEO)

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/11/boom-two-young-black-men-vote-for-first-time-wear-blexit-shirts-to-polling-station-reporter-stumped-video/

    Monty, check out the Uncle Toms!

  80. Armadillo

    Many homeless people have post office boxes, and people on reservations don’t live in houses or receive any mail or have an “address”. Sure. Let’s run with that one.

  81. areff

    Want to see gerrymandering, look at New York’s 14th district:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_York%27s_14th_congressional_district#/media/File:New_York_US_Congressional_District_14_(since_2013).tif

    Actually, it’s better than once was,. Twenty years ago it included slices of Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens — the only rationale being that it brought together primarily black neighbourhoods. As I recall, the boundaries were defended on identitarian grounds that the electorate should reflect “the African-American voice”.

    As long as that voice voice dutifully says “Democrat! Democrat!”, no worries

  82. calli

    arreff et al, get over to the Dedicated Thread.

    We don’t want a Split House.

  83. Armadillo

    I was just getting used to this one. Change scares me.

  84. Leo G

    My opinion is that if you aren’t prepared to test your opinion at a time like this with an immediately testable hypothesis, your opinions aren’t worth much.

    Is that a theory of a priori opinion to explain validity of a posteriori opinions? Already sounds worthless.

  85. Zatara

    the only rationale being that it brought together primarily black neighbourhoods.

    Gee, now which political party would find that advantageous? Assembling minority voting blocks that is.

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