Voting Party

Written by Christianity and the Confusion on November 8th, 2006

All are invited to a voter’s party.  This is a page for people from over the internet to post what they are happy or sad about the election.  No trolls will be allowed to insult by engaging in personal attacks.  Even if we disagree we as Americans can rejoice in the return of our democracy.  

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18 Comments so far ↓

  1. Anonymous says:


    I feel really good, kinda like we just put out the Republican fire!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Jessica, don't count you chickens before they're hatched. All the votes have to be counted and when they are I think you'll be a little disappointed.

  3. Anonymous says:


    No way Pet! Not this year! All the B.S. won't fly!

  4. Anonymous says:

       It is looking very good, but I am still holding my breath as the results for Oregon do not start untill 8 pm. Hey Pet, Love ya but this is the Democratic Year!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I think we should go ahead and serve the good stuff to our Republican friends to wash their crow down with.

  6. Anonymous says:

    So you guys are going to rub our noses in this? Keep gloating all you want, we still have the White House and in 08 we'll take it all back!

  7. Anonymous says:

       Yes, in my opinion there is only one thing worse than a sore loser and that is a sore winner. We saw that with these Neo-Cons who could not be gracious winners when they won. There is no reason to be attacking someone who loses a race. The trouble is that Neo-Cons do not know how to have a civil conversation, so we need to teach them how. I have always said that there are many good Republicans and they have some good ideas. What we need now is to include all thoughts and not to exclude them like they did to us. For anyone who would like to use some of our icons they are on our how to page.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I just heard a great quote, “as Ohio goes in 06 so will the whole country in 08!” I love Democracy and the Democratic Party!

  9. Anonymous says:

      This is the results from the Oregon Governor's race, it too is looking good for the Democratic Party.

    Governor Results by County
    Joe Keating (Pacific Green) 7,221                  1.35%
    Ted Kulongoski (Democrat) 279,978           52.53%
    Richard Morley (Libertarian) 6,123                1.15%
    Ron Saxton (Republican) 218,781                41.05%
    Mary Starrett (Constitution) 19,918                3.74%
    Write-in Votes 951 .18%
    Total 532,972

  10. Anonymous says:

    Democrats with all of their accusations now have the proof they need to show that elections have not been stolen. After all, if republicans truly stole elections they would still have control of the House.

     

    Go Bush

  11. Anonymous says:

       Right now Liberal America is riding an emotional high from our long overdue victory. Some have suggested that we ought to not gloat even if that was how the far-right treaded us. I would submit to you that we are not gloating, but overwhelmingly happy. As is with all highs we will come down to work to make America once again the land of freedom that the Founding Fathers intended it to be. So, in short do not deny us our joy as it is us who must do all the work to put America back on the right road.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Yes all you Dems won, but you won't be in power long if you think it was a liberal win. The Dems only won because they moved to the right.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Well guys, we're no longer the big shots. Bush was very dominant when he had the congress behind him, but judging by his actions since the elections I'm thinking he might waiver. Is Bush going to become a liberal pawn? Is he simply going to spend the next two years as an impotent figurehead? Is he going to fight everything the liberals try, and if so will it work?

  14. Anonymous says:

    The reason you Republicans lost was the combination of corruption and extremism. It wasn't that Democrats have ever been too far to the left, but that today's Republican Party has moved so far to the extreme right that most Americans don't relate to it. Like it or not this was a liberal victory.

  15. Anonymous says:

    No matter what anyone says we still have President Bush and his veto.

  16. Anonymous says:

    The problem with the Democrat Party is that it lacks any unity. Where the Republicans have spoken with one voice the Democrats go off in all directions. If that wasn’t back enough you have the Clinton crowd wanting to throw Howard under the bus. How does the new Speaker of the House Pelosi plan on rewarding the Democrat whip Steny Hoyer for his hard work? She wants to fire him and replace him with Murtha. In short the Democrats are divided and will fall flat on their face.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Since when has democracy become a bad thing? So the Democratic Party practices democracy, I think it's refreshing. These party elections will be over and everyone will go back to work with little said.
    This was in an email, take a look;
    TELL OUR DEMOCRATS THAT JOHN MURTHA DESERVES TO BE HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER
    ELECT LEADER MURTHA: http://www.peaceteam.net/leader_murtha.php

  18. Anonymous says:

    Well, Murtha lost to Hoyer and the Dems rejected Pelosi leadership. Pelosi wanted Murtha but the Dems revolted against her. So here it goes the infighting has begun. The Dems will have their own civil war which will mean the end of the Democrat congress. All the Republicans will have to do is set back while the Dems screw up and move back into the leadership.

     

    Go Bush

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