Try posting some tea party stuff.
I'm curious as to why everybody but the inside insiders bought into the idea
that this was a close race.
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From: "Carrol Cox" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 8:23 PM
Subject: Re: Wow! (was: Re: FW: [Milton-L] In Quintum Novembris)
>p writes: Yes. One has to be dead a long time before one's politicking is
> acceptable on this list, otherwise wild, uncontrolled anger is evoked. ;->
> P. M.
> Let's test p's thesis.
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> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of raghu
> Sent: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 4:46 PM
> To: Progressive Economics
> Subject: [Pen-l] Schadenfraude
> The election is over, and any day now, Obama will begin his assault on
> Social Security/Medicare under the cover of the "Fiscal Cliff". Meanwhile
> all the spying, torture and assassination-by-drone campaigns will
> Business as usual.
> But meanwhile, there is much schadenfreude to be had.
> - Workers of Koch Industries and other loathsome billionaire types gave a
> collective middle finger to their bosses who ordered them to vote for
> guy or else.
> - Karl Rove and Donald Trump have epic and comic meltdowns. I hope this
> destroys Rove's undeserved reputation as some kind of a genius.
> - Mr. 47% does not get to be President and goes instead straight into the
> trash can of history.
> - Wall St Ayn Rand devotees bet on the wrong guy and lost big time. It
> won't affect their bottom-lines, but it sure as hell has got to affect
> tender egos.
> - Angry old white Tea Party guys from the Deep South lost big and
> demographic trends say they will never again be a big factor in national
> politics. Good riddance.