I voted also: and now, since we elected a Democrat governor, all three branches of our state government: Democrat! But, I’m also disappointed: there were no ‘big surprises’. Where was the big ‘Blue Wave’?
Buck-Up, lil' Trooper!
In spite of the NASTIEST Campaign I've seen in my Life, & what must'a been An OBSCENE AMOUNT ReTHUGnican't MONEY "THE BLUE~WAVE" hit my Area like a Title~Wave!
I must have Thrown Away a Hundred NASTY Cardboard Flyers stuffed in my mailbox or attached to my front door knob, and there wasn't a lawn in this berg w/o BRITE RED SIGNS.
So, Keep Your Pecker Up! ..all that TRUMP NEGATIVITY & BULLYING wasn't As Effective as we feared it might be.. GOOD PEOPLE WILL USUALLY DO THE RIGHT LEFT THING WHEN WELL INFORMED.
HOPEFULLY We've Learned From THEIR Miscalculation, & MOVE~ON From There.
“Donald Trump is getting anxious now,” Wiener said. “He is getting nervous. And so he will lash out and grab onto any disruption in the economy, in the market and in politics to try to deflect from the issues that are really critical to the country.”
Fresh off last week’s midterm victories, Democrats have begun planning an array of investigations, vowing far more vigorous oversight of the Trump administration than during the past two years, when Republicans controlled the House.
Democrats, including Rep. Eric Swalwell, pushed back on Trump’s tweet Monday.
“The days of Presidential Immunity are OVER. Gone,” Swalwell wrote on Twitter. “No more free passes to cash in on access to the Oval Office. No more colluding with Russia. And we’ll see if you’re a tax cheat. America is putting a balance of power on your abuses of power. Welcome to democracy.”
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