ColorsoftheRainbow replied to the topic POLL: There Are Polarizing Views Regarding Impeachment on The GD Forum. Q: Will The House/Senate Impeach & Convict Donald Trump Before/After January 20th? in the forum General Discussion 1 week ago
I don’t give a damn.
I recently wrote about my “Early” prediction for the midterm elections of 2022. (I focus on the U.S. House flipping Republican.)
Joe Biden and his fellow corporate Democrats will make sure that happens.
“Vichy Dems. Gwen Graham, Charlie Crist, Val Demings, Stephanie Murphy are Blue Dogs/New Democrat Coalition politicians. Nope.”
The path for 2018 Democrats, prior to winning over the U.S. House, started in Top 10 populous states carried as 2012-to-2016 Democratic holds by Hillary Clinton which had Repub…[Read more]
Now that the Electoral College made it official that Joe Biden has won a 2020 Democratic pickup of the presidency of the United States, with the unseating of Republican incumbent Donald Trump, and that he will become the 46th president of the United States on January 20, 2021, I will offer the following “Early Election 2022 Prediction.”
The mid…[Read more]
@retired liberal writes,
Just be grateful there are a few people like Bernie and the Squad to help hold the worst of the corruption in check.
This is delusional.
The races for both U.S. Senate seats in Georgia—those runoffs—will be determined by who shows up to vote.
Joe Biden won a Democratic pickup of the state by capitalizing on, and increasing the margins from 2016, of populous counties which turned blue for the first time since the Jimmy Carter era. They were: Cobb (Marietta), Gwinnett (La…[Read more]
ColorsoftheRainbow replied to the topic Democrats officially clinch control of House, though with slimmer majority in the forum House of Representatives 1 month ago
But with some races still uncalled, Democrats haven’t defeated a single GOP incumbent and failed to capture open GOP-held seats in Texas, Missouri and Indiana they thought they’d win.
The fact the 2020 Democrats flipped the White House but lost seats in the U.S. House is because, mathematically, they underperformed in the U.S. Popular Vote for U.S…[Read more]
ColorsoftheRainbow replied to the topic Report blames national Dems for role in Iowa caucus mess in the forum Latest Breaking News 1 month ago
What happened with the 2020 Iowa Democratic caucuses has me thinking of the results in the general election.
Isn’t it perfectly appropriate that, in the general election, Iowa carried Republican for unseated Donald Trump?
He won the state by +8.20 percentage points—53.09 percent for Trump to 44.89 percent for Joe Biden.
Trump flipped Iowa to…[Read more]
AT&T’s DirecTV carries Free Speech TV (FSTV).
Some areas see the cable provider also carry FSTV.
One way to get FSTV, and in HD, is the app with a streaming device.
ColorsoftheRainbow replied to the topic The last 2020 electoral maps: What if Bernie had been the nominee? in the forum President 1 month ago
The 2020 result reverted to form. The same candidate won both the Electoral College and U.S. Popular Vote. It was a Democratic pickup. The party, as it has in every election in which it prevailed since 1960 (with exception of 1992), carried +21 or +22 states in excess of their percentage-points margin in the U.S. Popular Vote.…[Read more]
ColorsoftheRainbow replied to the topic The GOP Will Control Montana's State Government For The 1st Time In 16 Years in the forum General Discussion 2 months ago
The Democrats, in election years in which they flip the presidency, have not take rapt advantage of pursuing Montana as they should.
Bill Clinton won a Democratic pickup there, in 1992, when he unseated Republican incumbent George Bush. (Some people figured that was a state in which Ross Perot cost Bush. But, Bush was getting unseated over the…[Read more]
ColorsoftheRainbow replied to the topic Final Electoral Map with Popular Vote Margin per State in the forum President 2 months ago
According to Dave Leip’s Atlas for U.S. Elections, but with the results not complete (any states with outstanding votes), here is where the states came in (with tracking of cumulative electoral votes more for the Democrats):
Joe Biden [D–Delaware]—Pickup!
— District of Columbia +87.14 (cumulative 03 electoral votes)
01. Vermont +35.41 (cum. 0…[Read more]
Wednesday, November 11, 2020—A very interesting outcome, @Ohio Barbarian. (For illustrative purpose, the 2020 Democratic pickups on the above map appear in light blue.)
Instead of winning the U.S. Popular Vote by something like +8, +9, or +10, the 2020 Democrats (and Joe Biden) will prevail nationally by +3 or +4. (Not all the votes are in i…[Read more]
ColorsoftheRainbow replied to the topic I think I was wrong about Texas. There was something I did not know. in the forum President 2 months ago
I responded your Final Predictions thread.
2020 Democrats win the trifecta: pickups for both U.S. President (Joe Biden 54% to unseated Donald Trump 45%) and U.S. Senate (net gain of +7 seats as the party flips ten states—plus two congressional districts—for U.S. President). U.S. House expands Democratic hold by estimated +10 seats (with a net gain +3 from Texas).
Below maps are for U.S…[Read more]
I live in Michigan. The Republicans like to put up people connected with the DeVos family, in whatever way, and the Romneys and whatever other source of wealth in an attempt to win statewide office.
ColorsoftheRainbow replied to the topic Democrats and corporate media cover-up Trump’s role in Michigan coup plot in the forum General Discussion 3 months ago
The militia people show up whenever the political power in power—especially with the presidency of the United States—is Democratic.
They are a little early here in October 2020.
But, they were apparently anxious particularly in Michigan.
ColorsoftheRainbow replied to the topic Krystal and Saagar TRASH Pelosi’s ‘Commission’ To Control Who Becomes President in the forum General Discussion 3 months ago
Good thing Kentucky was the 2016 Democrats’ No. 45 best-performed state (in margins). During that terrible period of 1968 to 2004—a realignment of the presidency won by the Republicans in 7 of 10 election cycles—Kentucky (and neighboring Tennessee) voted for all presidential winners. The Democrats would have a fairly easy time…[Read more]
I have a feeling if Clinton lost to Jeb Bush we would have never heard of Russiagate.
That would not have happened at all.
Of course, Russiagate was also directed at The Left.
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