Republican Ideas Repudiated In Tuesday’s Voting

Voters across the country rejected Republican views, hopefully foreshadowing the 2012 election results. This includes the defeat of an amendment on the Mississippi ballot to place the state in control of every woman’s uterus. If this measure couldn’t pass in Mississippi it is unlikely to pass anywhere, but I would love to see the Republicans try to nationalize this issue next year. The anti-union law in Ohio and the attempt to restrict voting in Maine were also defeated. A recall effort against a Republican state representative in Michigan was also successful, giving  hope that Michigan will once again go blue. If only voters had paid more attention to what the Republicans stood for before voting for them in 2010.

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    Tris Speaker says:

    @AiPolitics RT @RonChusid Republican Ideas Repudiated In Tuesday's Voting #p2 #p21 #topprog http://t.co/ub2wEAgN

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    Grung_e_Gene says:

    Republican ideas are always repudiated. It’s just they keep coming back and hiding in the guise of helpfulness, then once in power the reptilian face of conservatism is revealed and the Republican villains slash and burn and do as much damage to the government as possible. Leaving the mess for Democrats to clean up.

    Which is the plan all along, because either the Dems clean up the damage setting the stage for the next Republcian takeover or they can’t and the Republicans run on the platform that Govenrment is broken.

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    John Sonntag says:

    RT @ronchusid: Republican Ideas Repudiated In Tuesday's Voting #p2 #p21 #topprog http://t.co/6s0T1R7v starting to see how radical Repubs are

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