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Kentucky first to go Romney

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by Bisi, Nov 6, 2012.

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  1. Bisi

    Bisi TS Member

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    AP has just reported that the state of Kentucky (6pm central) has gone for Romney. Years ago AP always called Indiana as the 1st state that went Republican in the Presidential race.

    I'll try and stay away from making snide comments about my neighbor to the south for a while. You know 21 yard line is long yardage in that state, etc..
     
  2. crusha

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    ...and what do Kentucky girls put behind their ears to attract men...their ankles...


    Dang. We shoulda been first...
     
  3. Rick Barker

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    Mourdock took and early lead, but is only slightly ahead now.

    surprised how well he is doing, considering.

    I will be really surprised if he wins.
     
  4. WoodsonEnt

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    Hey Guys! I'm from Kentucky, and darn proud Mitt took it!

    Kentucky joke of the day...........

    You know what you call the sweat coming off of 2 Kentucky Hillbillies when their having sex?..................


    RELATIVE HUMIDITY
     
  5. Rick Barker

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    Looks like Ohio is going to let the nation down.
     
  6. shannon391

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    They were brainwashed that Romney was going to let the auto industry fail.
     
  7. rpeerless

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    CT leads the parade of the historically uninformed and uneducated with DC, DE, IL, MA, ME, MD, NJ, RI, and VT following. The key to New England is CT unfortunately. It's been said, "as CT goes so goes New England". Hope Romney wins New Hampshire.
    Got to love the South (you may save our Nation) with AL, AR, GA, IN, KY, MS,OK,SC,TN and WV all with Romney.

    The race is being called for Romney but I'm still afraid to safely breath yet.
    (Perhaps the anti Socialist greater USA should 'impose sanctions' against the Socialist States until they smarten up.) Can't imagine how that would work but how else can we get our Nation back?
     
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    God bless Kentucky............at least they have intelligent people living there..............not so much in the northeast.Damn.........,and I live in one of those frickin' states(Md.)..........people in general are just sooooooo ignorant its mind boggling.

    D.P.Reynolds
     
  10. Trapazoid

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    Kentucky is a heavy Democrat state, but the last two elections, Republicans dominated 62-38 in the presidential elections. Republicans won, out of 120 counties, 116. The only counties obama won were the counties with heavy-inner city voting. There are seven Reps and 6 went Republican. Thank You Kentucky!!!
     
  11. schwabby

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    Trap, how do you think Rand Paul will do in the next election?
     
  12. Trapazoid

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    schwabby; unless he steps on his big toe, he should do real well. Most people in American think the Republican party is dead. I on the other hand believe quite the contrary. It's only been two years since the Republican party sent a message to the libs via the House of Representatives. Republicans have got to get involved. Republicans have got to get behind their candidate regardless. You see what the alternative is, obama reelected primarily because Republicans stayed home and didn't vote.
     
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