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  1. President Obama


    FCUK. Ohio and PA to Obama. Dammit.


  2. Obama
    Electoral Votes 199
    Popular Vote 50%
    16,906,691

    McCAIN
    Electoral Votes 124
    Popular Vote 49%
    16,683,301

  3. PRESIDENTIAL RACE
    Needed to Win: 270 | Electoral Votes Remaining: 215
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Omen View Post
    Obama
    Electoral Votes 199
    Popular Vote 50%
    16,906,691

    McCAIN
    Electoral Votes 124
    Popular Vote 49%
    16,683,301
    You need to look at the whole picture. Losing Ohio and Pennsylvania makes it all but unwinnable.

  5. so stoked right now. you have no idea

  6. Quote Originally Posted by rolandajoint View Post
    so stoked right now. you have no idea
    I got another mortgage payment to worry about every year with the $3500 tax increase.

    Not exactly stoked.

  7. Needed for Majority: 51*
    Control
    of Senate
    V
    54 38
    Net Change

    Party Before Now
    D 49 52
    R 49 38
    I 2 2
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    HOUSE
    Needed for Majority: 218
    Control
    of House
    V
    176 123
    Net Change

  8. HEHE

    Rev Jesse Jackson declares "America is changing for the better".

    BBC NEWS | World | Americas | US Elections 2008 | Jackson's reaction to election so far

  9. "I want to cut his ****ing nuts off"

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Rugger View Post
    "I want to cut his ****ing nuts off"
    Anyone else remember that?

    WARRIORS!

  11. Goddamn. Florida to Obama too.

  12. This is surreal....

    Any predictions for the next 2-4 years?

  13. Obama officially won!

    bama
    Electoral Votes 283
    Popular Vote 51%
    37,555,553

    McCAIN
    Electoral Votes 145
    Popular Vote 48%
    35,315,366

    Needed to Win: 270 | Electoral Votes Remaining: 110

  14. Quote Originally Posted by RobInKuwait View Post
    This is surreal....

    Any predictions for the next 2-4 years?
    Still going to work, making money, getting laid....

    But just as insurance, I'm buying that AK-47 before they strike down the assault weapon ban

  15. Quote Originally Posted by RobInKuwait View Post
    This is surreal....

    Any predictions for the next 2-4 years?
    Best case scenario--Obama won't do anything out of fear of being "unpopular". He will be exposed for what he really is--a fraud.

    Worst case scenario--He will mess up this country with his radical ideas and will leave the U.S in ruins.

    It's that simple.

  16. Quote Originally Posted by MuscleBound1337 View Post
    **** Obama
    x2!

  17. Sucks ass, however:

    I wish him well, and hope he pulls some magic out of his hat, and does our country proud. Good luck!

  18. Well he won so now I think we should give him a chance and if he ****s up then we can *****.

  19. McCain's concession speech was nice. He's a nice guy. A little too nice for politics.

  20. its all about CHANGE

  21. Quote Originally Posted by plenny View Post
    its all about CHANGE
    That's all I'll have left after my taxes go up.

  22. We now have a new president much to the chagrin of a few of you. You now have a choice to 1. get behind and support him with some sort of optimism or 2. stew in your misery for at least the next 4 years. In most cases winners make jokes and losers make excuses and hurl insults. I'm too happy right now for jokes the choice is now yours.

    :bruce3:

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Fastone View Post
    We now have a new president much to the chagrin of a few of you. You now have a choice to 1. get behind and support him with some sort of optimism or 2. stew in your misery for at least the next 4 years. In most cases winners make jokes and losers make excuses and hurl insults. I'm too happy right now for jokes the choice is now yours.
    I'm not sure how to react at this point. Whether or not the Fairness Doctrine gets passed will tell me a lot. However, they may not be able to get it through without the 60 senate seats. If it passes, I know I have an us vs them situation and I will never back him. If it doesn't passed, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt.

  24. The American people have spoken. The verdict is as dramatic and broad as it is overwhelming. A major landslide. The support for his position and ideas could not be more eloquent!
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by RobInKuwait View Post
    I'm not sure how to react at this point. Whether or not the Fairness Doctrine gets passed will tell me a lot. However, they may not be able to get it through without the 60 senate seats. If it passes, I know I have an us vs them situation and I will never back him. If it doesn't passed, I'll give him the benefit of the doubt.
    Rob, the fact of the matter is as president Obama will be a aquired taste for some folks. Some may never like or trust him but as we all know that comes with the job. For me this was a historic day, one that I never envisioned happening in my lifetime, one that my cousins who witnessed my uncle being shot to death just because of the color of his skin are in shock over.
    That being said, my support of Obama is rooted much deeper than a shared skin color, I did and do truly believe in what he is attempting to achieve. That he will now have the opportunity, is no longer in doubt.

    :bruce3:

  26. Quote Originally Posted by Fastone View Post
    Rob, the fact of the matter is as president Obama will be a aquired taste for some folks. Some may never like or trust him but as we all know that comes with the job. For me this was a historic day, one that I never envisioned happening in my lifetime, one that my cousins who witnessed my uncle being shot to death just because of the color of his skin are in shock over.
    That being said, my support of Obama is rooted much deeper than a shared skin color, I did and do truly believe in what he is attempting to achieve. That he will now have the opportunity, is no longer in doubt.

    :bruce3:
    What will he attempt to achieve beyond this 'change', besides more government?

  27. Quote Originally Posted by Fastone View Post
    Rob, the fact of the matter is as president Obama will be a aquired taste for some folks. Some may never like or trust him but as we all know that comes with the job. For me this was a historic day, one that I never envisioned happening in my lifetime, one that my cousins who witnessed my uncle being shot to death just because of the color of his skin are in shock over.
    That being said, my support of Obama is rooted much deeper than a shared skin color, I did and do truly believe in what he is attempting to achieve. That he will now have the opportunity, is no longer in doubt.

    :bruce3:
    One thing I will say is that I'm happy so many other people are happy with this. He has most definitely brought disenfranchised groups into politics.

    The other positive is that my National Guard unit won't have to mobilize to deal with the riots that would have happened if McCain won.

  28. Quote Originally Posted by strategicmove View Post
    The American people have spoken. The verdict is as dramatic and broad as it is overwhelming. A major landslide. The support for his position and ideas could not be more eloquent!
    I wouldn't call a 2% win in most battleground states a landslide. Clinton vs Dole, Bush vs Dukakis, and Mondale vs Reagon were landslides. This was close. Granted, not too close, but calling this a landslide is a stretch. I don't think even the New York Times would call this a landslide.

  29. Quote Originally Posted by RobInKuwait View Post
    This is surreal....

    Any predictions for the next 2-4 years?
    I predict a major military campaign somewhat along the lines of ww3.

    Awww **** it.....locked cocked and ready to rock.....................i always wanted a mustard stain for my jump wings.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by RobInKuwait;
    I wouldn't call a 2% win in most battleground states a landslide. Clinton vs Dole, Bush vs Dukakis, and Mondale vs Reagon were landslides. This was close. Granted, not too close, but calling this a landslide is a stretch. I don't think even the New York Times would call this a landslide.
    Spin it the way you like! Those millions of Americans cannot be wrong! Close or not, New York Times or not, America's political map was dramatically redrawn in a way that was not obvious before Americans spoke!
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  31. Quote Originally Posted by strategicmove View Post
    Spin it the way you like! Those millions of Americans cannot be wrong! Close or not, New York Times or not, America's political map was dramatically redrawn in a way that was not obvious before Americans spoke!
    A election won by the media is not one about the issues.

    I really do hope for the best, and wish him well. But I do fear him as well. With a new mortgage, a new baby on the way, a new family, and soon to be increasing taxes, I am afraid.

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  32. Quote Originally Posted by strategicmove View Post
    Spin it the way you like! Those millions of Americans cannot be wrong! Close or not, New York Times or not, America's political map was dramatically redrawn in a way that was not obvious before Americans spoke!
    He definitely had good timing.

  33. That speech sucked. I was expecting much more.

  34. Quote Originally Posted by Rugger View Post
    That speech sucked. I was expecting much more.


    Oh, I'm so sure you were expecting much more. Weren't you the one trying to tell me he's a horrific public speaker?

  35. Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post


    Oh, I'm so sure you were expecting much more. Weren't you the one trying to tell me he's a horrific public speaker?
    Are you seriously that retarded? I'm tired of regurgitating what I've already said and what you yourself have already said. Do you own leg work.

  36. Quote Originally Posted by Rugger View Post
    Are you seriously that retarded? I'm tired of regurgitating what I've already said and what you yourself have already said. Do you own leg work.
    Dude... it was in jest. Settle down. President Obama is going to work hard to earn your support.

    Yeah... I'M the retard.

    Go celebrate change, friend.

  37. Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post
    Go celebrate change, friend.
    Celebrate having change, until you have to use it to pay for all the new taxes

  38. Quote Originally Posted by Rugger View Post
    I asked you if you had seen a speech of his without a teleprompter because then you would realize that most of the time he can't even put a simple sentence together without muttering and stumbling his way through it...
    There... I did my own leg work.

  39. Finally.
  

  
 

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