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Tuesday, 06 November 2012 21:09
Obama leads Romney, Democrats winning big U.S. Senate seats, Tea Party crashed?
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 teapartyHas the U.S. voters crashed the 2010 Tea Party?

 

The repeated threatening mantra that Obama will be repealed along with his Obamacare, for now appears to be history.

As of this writing, CNN has declared Pennsylvania and New Hampshire for Obama but Florida, Ohio and other key states are not decided.

Significantly, the Tea Party kid in Massachusetts Senator Brown has hit the dust. In the major U.S. Senate races, the Democrats are doing well although they will once again be minorities in the House of Representatives.  Democratic U.S..Senator Bill Nelson of Florida has beaten Republican House of Representative Connie Mack.

Two years ago, President Barack Obama admitted that he had  taken a wallop.

 

Should he win tonight and should the Democrats  continue to be competitive, the Tea Party’s party needs a new setting.

 

              

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