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(Politico)   Deja vu: The feeling you've gone through this democratic process before. Deja vu: The feeling you've gone through this democratic process before   ( divider line
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1620 clicks; posted to Politics » on 07 Nov 2012 at 11:34 AM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-11-07 11:39:41 AM  
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Nobody can look at the election as anything but a total draw.

Obama's performance against Romney was nice on an electoral level, but very poor as compared to his peformance overall 4 years ago.

Congress is pretty much unchanged.

If this was an election to support the president & his policies, he would have won more in the fashion of 4 years ago and the D's would have made some serious ground in congress.

What I get from last night is the US isn't picking one ideology over the other, but more about specific candidates. The R's lost senate seats where they had a couple of idiots running, but held the house almost exactly.

The R's could have won the whitehouse if they put up a good candidate. Obama was pretty vulnerable.. Romney shouldn't have been this close.
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