Wednesday, November 07, 2012

4 More Years! 4 More Years!

Well, I can finally say it.  Reelected and it feels so damn good!  

As of 10:18 PM EST President Obama was reelected for a second term.  He'll be at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue along with the First Family until January 20, 2017.

Ho hum.  Another presidential election, another electoral college blowout as Nate Silver predicted.  Pop your collar, Nate.    

For those of you conservafools who loudly stated if that happened you would move to Canada, what's taking you so long to leave? 

Mitch McConnell is probably eating a 20 piece bucket of original recipe Kentucky Fried Crow right now in addition to being pissed that once again the Tea Klux Klan extremists cost him another opportunity to pick up seats and become Senate Majority Leader

Aww, my bleeding liberal heart has no sympathy for the man who stated that the GOP's sole political goal should be to make Barack Obama a one term president.

Well, your azz is running for reelection in 2014.  It's Ditch Mitch time Kentucky!

Excuse me while I gloat discuss what happened last night.   The pundits claimed there was no enthusiasm on our side to reelect President Obama.   Y'all failed to ask African-Americans, Latinos, women and GLBT folks that question.   African-Americans voted in even higher numbers than we did in 2008, making Dr. King's prophetic statement about the Black vote a reality once again.  

While we held on to the US senate, expanded the majority and are adding more women to our Democratic Senate caucus, unfortunately the Crying Man will still be the House Majority Leader when the 113th Congress starts up in January.  However, Alan Grayson (D-FL) will be back and 2012 Shut Up Fool of the Year award contender Allen West (R-FL) won't.

Roll that beautiful POTUS victory speech video.

But this was definitely President Obama's night and I'm deliriously happy he won't be leaving the White House until January 20, 2017.  

Hmm, may have to see if I can get to DC for that second inauguration. 

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