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VioletMyst still believes that Unusual traveling instructions are dancing lessons from GodWOO HOO !!! ITS OFFICIAL !!!!
Democrats take Senate, complete power sweep
Fri Nov 10, 2006 3:44 AM IST
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democrats completed their sweeping power grab of the U.S. Congress on Thursday and quickly moved from bitter campaign rhetoric to pledges to find common ground with President George W. Bush when possible.
The Democrats sealed control of Congress by taking a 51-49 majority in the Senate with former Navy Secretary Jim Webb’s defeat of Republican Sen. George Allen in a Virginia race so close it almost required a recount.
“The election’s over. It’s time for a change,” said Nevada Democratic Sen. Harry Reid, who will become Senate majority leader. “It’s time for bipartisanship, it’s time for open government, transparency, and it’s a time for results.”
Allen, who lost by less than 10,000 votes, conceded defeat, ending two days of uncertainty after Tuesday’s elections.
Democrats easily seized control of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, gaining about 30 seats. But wresting the Senate from Republicans awaited the outcome of the Webb-Allen race.
“I do not wish to cause more rancor by protracted litigation which would, in my judgment, not alter the results,” Allen said.
Faced with a new political landscape in Washington, Bush signaled a more conciliatory approach on Iraq as he and the new House leaders pledged to work together but conceded they would have differences.
He had a White House lunch with Nancy Pelosi, the California Democrat who was clearly pleased at the prospect of becoming the first woman speaker of the House.
Bush called the talks, which included No. 2 House Democrat Steny Hoyer of Maryland and Vice President Dick Cheney, constructive and friendly. He said with the elections over, it was time to address America’s challenges.
“We won’t agree on every issue. But we do agree that we love America equally, that we’re concerned about the future of this country and that we will do our very best to address big problems,” Bush said.
Pelosi, who complained bitterly about Bush on the campaign trail, beamed as she sat in the place of honor next to the president beneath a portrait of George Washington in the Oval Office.
“I look forward to working in a confidence-building way with the president recognizing that we have our differences and we will debate them, and that is what our founders intended, but we will do so in a way that gets results for the American people,” she said…..
...Bush sounded willing to consider ideas for a shift in course in Iraq during remarks he made after meeting with his Cabinet.”I’m open to any idea or suggestion that will help us achieve our goals of defeating the terrorists and ensuring that Iraq’s democratic government succeeds,” Bush said.
His chastened tone came a day after Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld’s resignation was announced. The nominee to replace him, former CIA Director Robert Gates, is expected to have a more open mind on Iraq.6 years ago
Success is very sweet.
NOW, let’s hold Nancy Pelosi to her word—let this be the most honest, transparent House in history, a House in which our elected officials work together across the aisle. 6 years ago
Excellent results!!! But it took 12 disastrous years to get to this point. Let’s NOT let this happen again!! 6 years ago
This was the first brilliant election night I’ve had in 14 years – I’m still stunned but giddy about last night’s results! 6 years ago
As I write this it looks as though Virginia is going Democratic too to tie the Democratic Senators with the Republican Senators at 49 each. The 2 independents are democratic leaning, so we’ll have a majority there as well as in the House of Representatives.
In my state, our Democratic governor was reelected via a wide margin, and that silver-tongued senator Rick Santorum was soundly defeated by Democrat Bob Casey Jr. (Let it be known though that while he’s registered Democrat, his views on many liberal concerns are actually quite conservative.) In my area, the Republican representative was reelected which I had expected though there was a nice turnout of Democratic votes. Also in our state senate race the unopposed Republican won though I did get a write-in vote against him.
I think the biggest news of the day though is that Rumsfeld is out. That shows that Bush realizes that the country is fed up with their secret agendas and half-truths. It’s time to focus on our needs as a nation, and help us heal our own wounds instead of inflicting more on other nations. 6 years ago
I’m also concerned about the Senate. We’re not out of the woods on that one yet – as of right now, the races in Virginia and Montana are considered too close to call. I’m rooting for Democrats in both of these states, even though I have no connections to either place. I’m not really familiar with the circumstances in Montana, but I’m especially praying for Webb, our guy in Virginia. Ever since his opponent made that infamous “macaca” comment, I’ve believed that Allen is an asshole who must go! 6 years ago
I do lament the days of voting for the green party, but the center has moved so far to the right these days, I mean, so many of the “democrats” are so conservative, even the Clintons. But at least power is slowly but surely being taken away from fascist zealots. 6 years ago
VioletMyst still believes that Unusual traveling instructions are dancing lessons from GodThank God Its TUESDAY !!!
Yay Democrats !!
....as i go to bed tonight, the Democrats have swept the House, and are 2 states (Virginia and Montana) from taking control in the Senate as well. Such a relief….
Even here in conservative Ohio, we voted in a democratic Governor, defeated a long held republican Senate seat, and saw a Democratic sweep of most StateHouse offices….Wheew! Feels Good!!
most unfortunately tho, i woke up very ill with a bad case of bronchitis, so i wasnt able to contribute my “Drive the Vote” volunteering to the cause… Best i could do was grab a stack of “League of Women Voters” voter info pamphlets, and hand them out at my polling place. But i did vote
- no high fever or persistant hacking cough was going to stop ME from adding my drop to the Democratic Tide - !!
On a different humorous Note:
I heard a NPR commentator saying that the Republicans were making their way through the 5 stages of Grief
- acceptancethis may take alot of them quite a while to get to….6 years ago
I voted yesterday, and watched the election returns on CNN until midnight. WOW!!! I knew Dems would take control of the House, but I thought we might fall short of the Senate majority by 1 or 2 members. This is incredible!!! Way to go, Team!! 6 years ago
Thanks to everyone who came out to vote for Democrats. It’s been a real nail biter. 6 years ago
I was having a conversation with my mother yesterday and she revealed that she’s already cast her absentee ballot for Rick Santorum and Lynn Swann. Her comments revealed that she’s been sucked into the negative half-truths that the Republican spin doctors have been flooding the airwaves with. So my votes will be cancelled out by hers.
While I hope that each of you will vote Democratic tomorrow, it’s more important that we each take the time to do our democratic duty and cast a vote.
One last pitch why you shouldn’t vote for Rick Santorum if you’re voting in Pennsylvania, here’s 51 facts about our Senator:
1. Rick was the only member of the entire U.S. Congress to go to Florida and intrude at Terri Schiavo’s deathbed. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 3/30/05)
2. Rick voted against a minimum wage increase 13 times. (Vote 344, 7/31/95; Vote 519, 10/27/95; Vote 54, 3/27/96; Vote 183, 7/9/96; Vote 184, 7/9/96; Vote 278, 9/22/98; Vote 77, 3/25/99; Vote 94, 4/28/99; Vote 239, 7/30/99; Vote 356, 11/9/99; Vote 76, 4/7/00; Vote 26, 3/7/05; Vote 179, 6/21/06)
3. Rick has voted with President Bush 98% of the time. (Congressional Quarterly, Pres. Vote Support Analysis)
4. “Making people struggle a little bit is not necessarily the worst thing” was Rick’s defense of his careless vote against increased child care funding. (Congressional Quarterly, 9/12/03)
5. Rick wants to allow states to outlaw all forms of birth control, even for married couples. (Newsweek, 12/27/04)
6. Rick on birth control: “I’m not a believer in birth control. . . I don’t think it works. I think it’s harmful to women.” (Newsweek, 12/27/04; CN8, 7/28/05)
7. Santorum has repeatedly voted against increasing funding for Pell Grants that provide needed financial aid to lower-income students. (Vote 220, 5/25/95; Vote 68, 3/17/05; Vote 51, 3/11/04; Vote 331, 9/9/03; Vote 339, 9/10/03)
8. “Yes, I am something of a salesman for homeschooling and cyber-schooling” is Rick’s description of his public education plan. (It Takes a Family; Patriot News, 7/31/05)
9. Pennsylvanians have paid $55,000 in local tax money to cyber-school Rick’s children at their estate in Virginia. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 11/14/04)
10. Rick’s thoughts on college education for women: “The notion that college education is a cost-effective way to help poor, low-skill, unmarried mothers with high school diplomas or GEDs move up the economic ladder is just wrong.” (It Takes A Family, p.138)
11. Rick’s disrespect for two-paycheck families: “In far too many families with young children, both parents are working, when, if they really take an honest look at the budget, they might confess that both of them really don’t need to.” (It Takes a Family, p.94)
12. Rick has repeatedly voted against the Family and Medical Leave Act, which allows Americans to take time off from their jobs and take care of their sick children or other family members. (Vote 393, 11/13/91; Vote 22, 2/3/93; Vote 443, 9/30/92)
13. Rick opposes the right to privacy: “The right to privacy doesn’t exist, in my opinion, in the U.S. Constitution.” (Associated Press, 4/22/03)
14. Fly Rod & Reel magazine has named Rick one of their “dirty dozen” senators for his votes against clean water, and he has supported Bush’s lowering of standards for arsenic in water. (CNN, 4/25/01)
15. “Yes, there will be species that go extinct, but other species will come along and take their place” was Rick’s response to his vote to end all enforcement of the Endangered Species Act. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 5/1/95; Vote 106, 3/16/95)
16. Rick founded a small “charity” organization, which is subsidizing his campaign staff and campaign activity with tax-exempt dollars. (Philadelphia Daily News, 2/21/06)
17. His reelection campaign is staffed in large part by his taxpayer-funded Senate and conference office employees. (Roll Call, 7/25/06)
18. Rick has accepted 15 corporate flights, allowing companies like Wal-Mart to funnel support to him since they can’t legally make cash donations. (Philadelphia Inquirer, 5/3/06; Santorum FEC Reports, 04-06)
19. Since Rick has been in leadership, our national debt has ballooned to $8 trillion. (US Department of the Treasury, 7/14/06)
20. Big oil companies, due to Rick’s support, will receive billions in tax breaks over the next five years, while the price of gas has doubled since he entered the Senate. Remember that when you fill up your tank. (Vote 213, 7/29/05; Vote 332, 11/17/05)
21. Santorum also raised more drug company money than any member of Congress – $298,327 this cycle alone. It’s enough to give you a headache. (Campaign Finance Reports)
22. Rick voted against an amendment to negotiate better prescription drug prices under Medicare. (Vote 60, 3/17/05)
23. Rick has been dubbed the “King of the K Street Project” due to his intimate connections with special interest lobbyists. (Washington Post, 8/2/02)
24. Rick has pocketed more lobbyist, special-interest money than any other politician in the country. (Center for Responsive Politics)
25. Another piece of Rick’s shady financial history: this year, he bought two apartments at $1 a piece and then sold one a few months later for over $100,000. (Centre County Property Records; The Times-Tribune, 6/15/06)
26. Rick helped pass CAFTA, a bill that will ship hundreds of thousands of American jobs overseas. Since 2001, Pennsylvania has lost 181,000 manufacturing jobs. (Vote 170, 6/30/05)
27. Santorum talks tough on immigration but has opposed tougher penalties for employers who hire illegal immigrants. (Vote #96, 4/30/96; Vote #40, 5/23/06)
28. Rick Santorum has voted against increased funding for first responders, port security, and other vital measures. The 9/11 Commission gave Bush and Congress five Fs and 12 Ds for their slow progress. (S Con Res 95, 3/11/04; HR 3338, 12/6/01; HR 4567, 9/9/04; HJ Res 2, 1/16/03)
29. Rick voted seven times against hiring more border patrol agents. (Vote #3, 1/16/03; Vote #119, 4/3/03; Vote #291, 7/22/03; Vote #169, 9/9/04; Vote #182, 9/14/04; Vote #64, 3/17/05; Vote #95, 4/26/06)
30. Rick doesn’t think seniors should be allowed to buy cheaper medicine from Canada. He even voted to have border patrol agents confiscate prescription medicine bought in Canada for individual use. (The Hill, 7/12/06)
31. Rick has voted 14 times to cut Medicare. (Vote 69, 4/17/91; Vote 39, 3/4/92; Vote 609, 11/22/93; Vote 232, 5/25/95; Vote 296, 6/29/95; Vote 556, 10/28/95; Vote 156, 5/23/96; Vote 159, 6/13/96; Vote 92, 5/23/97; Vote 96, 6/5/97; Vote 130, 6/25/97; Vote 209, 7/31/97; Vote 303, 11/3/05; Vote 10, 2/2/06)
32. In 1990, Rick won his first election by attacking his opponent for living in Virginia. Today, Rick and his family live in a home valued at almost $1,000,000 in Leesburg, Virginia, even while he insists a two-bedroom home in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, is his primary residence. (American Prospect, 3/1/06)
33. Santorum has opposed billions in federal funding for Veterans Affairs and has voted down mandatory funding for veterans’ health care. (Vote #90, 4/12/05; Vote #89, 4/12/05; Vote #145, 6/23/04)
34. Despite talking big on health care, 714,000 Pennsylvanians have lost their health insurance since Rick became a Senate leader. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
35. Arguing about his $37,000 pay raise, Santorum said, “if the people of Pennsylvania saw my record on the pay raise, they would stand up and applaud, not complain that I voted for three pay increases….” (Pennsylvania Press Club, 8/28/06)
36, 37, and 38. Three times Rick has voted to raise his own pay, after he said in 1990, “Whatever the salary is when I walk into office. . . that’s what I’ll take. . . I won’t take one additional penny. . . .” (Vote 360, 12/7/01; Vote 242, 11/13/02; Vote 406, 10/23/03; AP, 11/7/90)
39. Rick Santorum led efforts last spring to eliminate overtime pay protections. (Vote 27, 3/7/05)
40. Rick talks tough on lawsuit reform and supports a $250,000 cap on malpractice suits, yet he testified on behalf of his wife when she sued her chiropractor for $500,000. (AP, 12/15/99; ABC Primetime Live, 11/11/05)
41. After Hurricane Katrina, Rick called for penalties on many of the suffering victims who could not afford to evacuate. (WTAE-TV, 9/4/05)
42. Rick Santorum authored a bill to dismantle the National Weather Service. (Palm Beach Post, 4/21/05)
43. Rick is considered the #1 proponent of Bush’s Social Security privatization scheme. “It’s a very small amount of money skimmed off the top” was how Rick explained the plan to privatize your Social Security tax money. (National Journal Congress Daily, 2/22/05; Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 2/20/05)
44. Rick’s plan for Social Security would also raise the retirement age to at least 70, and he even said, “I’d go even farther if I could.” (La Salle University, 10/18/94)
45. Rick has raised over $1,000,000 in donations from oil, gas, chemical, and mining industries. In fact, Rick has raised more money from gas companies than anyone in Washington other than Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison. (Center for Responsive Politics; www.opensecrets.org/industries)
46. Rick appears to subsidize his lifestyle with campaign contributions. He pays for fancy hardware, ice cream, and groceries, plus has 66 charges to a Starbucks four miles from his Virginia estate. (Philadelphia Daily News, 2/21/06)
47. Rick on our local schools: “It’s amazing that so many kids turn out to be fairly normal, considering the weird socialization they get in public schools.” He has gone on to consistently oppose funding important initiatives like reducing class size. (It Takes a Family, p.386; Vote #148, 6/27/00; Vote #103, 5/15/01; Vote #379, 10/14/03)
48. Rick Santorum once told a group of young people to “not be afraid to be intolerant.” (The Culture of Life World Youth Day, 7/22/02)
49. Rick was once an advocate for teaching “intelligent design” theory as an alternative to teaching evolution in schools. He has flip-flopped on the issue for this election. Maybe his position “evolved.” (Scranton Times-Tribune, 12/23/05)
50. Rick Santorum is still fixated on weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. He ran to the media over chemicals no more toxic than “household pesticides” while the military, CIA, and White House acknowledged they were no longer useable. (Washington Post, 6/22/06; CNN, 6/29/2006)
51. Despite the world making North Korea a top priority, Rick discounted the threat and said Kim Jong Il “doesn’t want to die. He wants to watch NBA basketball.” Are you serious? This is how Rick makes threat assessments? (The Patriot-News, 7/11/06) 6 years ago
It’s not too late to make an effort to help accomplish this mission. The Republicans are great at getting people out to vote in the clutch and we need to get the Democratic voters out as well. You can help by reaching out to people who have voted Democratic but haven’t traditionally come out to vote during these mid-term elections. For more information, check out this link:
Calling does make a difference. You can make a difference. 6 years ago
... that I’d like to share:
http://www.electoral-vote.com/ 6 years ago
I’m actually feeling hopeful on this score.
I don’t need a “landslide,” I just need to feel like the checks and balances in government have room to work. 6 years ago
If you feel like you want to do something to help get people out to vote, consider volunteering for MoveOn.Org’s Call For Change.
Here’s how Call for Change works: they’ve gone through the voter lists in the most competitive House and Senate races, and found the Democratic-leaning people who often don’t vote in mid-term elections like this one. If we can just get the people who voted in 2004 but not in 2002 to vote, they’ll provide a winning margin in a whole bunch of races.
Through an online tool, they’ll give you the numbers of these folks to call, a script to read, and lots of tips. Here are three reasons to give it a whirl:
Person-to-person contact works. All the research shows that the thing that has the very most impact on whether people vote is whether someone reached out to them, person-to-person, to ask them to. We’ve done our own research on this calling program, and we know that it’s as effective as anything volunteer phonebank ever studied.
_It’s really easy_—even if you’re not sure if you want to make calls, I’d encourage you to check the online tool out. Make a call or two. In an hour or less, just by making these calls, you can help change the course of our country.
And it actually feels good. Most of the folks you’re talking to are barraged by the NRCC’s negative ads, but they haven’t actually been contacted by real people. You’re re-establishing the civic ties that have eroded after years of shock politics and sensationalism.
So, can you join us and make some calls? Just sign up at:
A final reason to do it? Poetic justice. Tom Reynolds and the other Republicans we’re working to defeat believe that they can accumulate power through manipulation and fear. They think it’s OK to put their own political careers ahead of the national good. 6 years ago
This is the first time I’ve ever done much in the way of campaign contributions. 6 years ago
Seriously people, if you want to make a difference, please sign up to volunteer. It’s not too late!
Sign up here:
http://www.democrats.org/page/content/volunteer/ 6 years ago
If you get to your polling place, and there are problems, please call 1-888-DEM-VOTE (1 888 336-8683). The DNC set up this hotline so that any problems can be resolved as soon as possible. Please tell your friends about this resource.
More details here: http://www.100actions.com/a/2006/10/action31.html 6 years ago
VioletMyst still believes that Unusual traveling instructions are dancing lessons from God6 Senate, 15 House
well folks, we’re down to a mere 3 weeks to the election. Now its time to do whatever you can to get the the democrats to take back both the House & Senate. Its down to just winning 6 seats in the Senate, and 15 seats in the House—It Can Be Done !!
i want to encourage everyone to call up their local democratic headquarters, and volunteer to do whatever in these last few weeks of “Crunch Time”. Especially, if you have a car, volunteer to Drive the Vote, drive voters without transportation to the Polls on election day.
I did this for the 2004 election, and it was an eye-opening experience to realize that so many of the very people who would most effected by whether social aid progams are cut or kept, are the people without the means to get to the Polls. One woman i drove told me that her boss had threated to fire her if she took any time off,,,,which she would had to do to walk to her polling place. Worse, a large number of people were unfamilar with the voting process, altho they really wanted to actively vote, they were confused by the process. I had stacks of “League of Women Voters” info sheets with me, and didnot talk any politics, but just the voting process. The gratitude was enormous, and i felt even more gratified to actively doing my part. I cant emphasize it enough:
get out there & DRIVE THE VOTE !!
Current Polling Data:
http://www.pollingreport.com/2006.htm 6 years ago
This coming Saturday Senator Rick Santorum is coming to Coudersport. He’ll be at the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum that morning. Guess where I’m going to be. 6 years ago
I am a liberal. There I’ve said it. Some people would bristle at hearing or reading those words because to them liberal means spineless taxers. That, of course, could not be further from the truth, but many from the ultra conservative religious right have managed to propogate that image and made people afraid to admit they are liberal. Not me. I am a liberal and I’m not ashamed to admit it.
That said, what I am not is progressive. In fact, calling me progressive will enrage me beyond most things with the possible exception of the Yankees winning another World Series. A number of people, millions most likely, would be quick to ask me why I would be okay saying I’m a liberal and not being called a progressive because they’re the same thing. That, my friends, is where you are wrong.
Progressives of late have tried to push the liberal label aside in hopes of gaining greater input in the political arena by saying conservatives have ruined the once proud liberal label. The fact is progressives have played as much, if not more, of a roll in that twisting of the liberal ideology. Progressive are the liberal equivalent of the religious right
- a group of extremists so ridiculously far away from the mainstream they make Pat Robertson look like JFK. If the religious right is the ultra conservative wing of the Republican Party, Progressives are the ultra liberals and both sides have done a pretty damn good job of labeling the other as the median of political thinking for their party. I have news for both of you: everyone thinks you’re nuts. Liberals, conservatives, moderates, we think you’re all the same - whack jobs whoring for attention.
A perfect example of this is the conspiracy theorist’s wet dream known as Air America. Air America was originally founded as a way for the liberal ideology to get out on airwaves increasingly dominated by the right wing point men posing as investigative journalists. Once in financial trouble due to lack of advertising, the powers that be at Air America decided to just let loose and stop trying to be something they’re not: intelligently liberal. Instead they became the extremist voice for a small segment of the liberal population (i.e. progressives) who think all conservatives are religious zealots out to turn America into a theocracy. Their shows’ hosts spend all day spouting the viewpoint that the “neo-cons” are really Nazis in three piece suits. They paint conservatives like cartoonish villains out to control the world and make it bend to their will. Let me say this: I have a number of conservative friends. We go to movies, dinner, watch sports, TV and generally just enjoy each other’s company. They are NOT Nazis and the first person to suggest they are will find my fist in their mouth. Conservatives and liberals are not the bane of today’s political climate. Liberals roll our eyes just as much at Al Franken and Randi Rhodes as we do Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter and conservatives vice versa because their views are just as extreme. They just happen to be polar opposites of each other. Theirs is a war of words of which true liberals and conservatives want no part.
From the progressive viewpoint, George W. Bush is an evil man out to destroy everything good about America. To claim George W. Bush is the mastermind of some massive right wing conspiracy to overthrow the governments of the middle east for his oil buddies is to give him too much credit. Let me make this perfectly clear: GEORGE W. BUSH IS A MORON. He has the IQ of a dead turtle and thinks on his feet just as quickly as one. Kindergärtners speak more intelligently and have a better grasp of foreign policy to boot. Have we all forgotten this is the same man who during the 2000 presidential campaign complained that Democrats wanted to turn Social Security into a government program? No, Bush is no mastermind. He’s also not the anti-Christ nor is he evil. He’s just a hypocritical, idiotic dimwit who got lucky by 700 votes in 2000.
So, call me what you will
- liberal, tax and spender, bleeding heart - but don’t ever, EVER call me a progressive because those are fightin’ words. 6 years ago
The family has sent contributions off to several candidates in key states. I have a list of them on the ‘fridge, and will post results. We’re serious!!! 6 years ago
Does George Bush even know what he stands for anymore? After using his first presidential veto to shoot down the stem cell research bill which passed both houses of Congress, and decrying the research as “murder,” he refers to a war with 40,000 dead Iraqis as “a step forward for democracy.” Even his best bud Russian President Vladimir Putin had to slap him back down to Earth for that one. Then he calls the current middle east conflict between Israel and Hezbollah with hundreds dead a chance for “positive change.”
Apparently murder and death is okay if it jibes with his beliefs. 6 years ago
and did my bit with election contributions. I’ve never done this kind of activism before, am curious to see how I feel about it. 6 years ago
Senator Barbara Boxer’s PAC for a Change is currently holding an online vote to determine which Democratic Senate challenger they will support next.
The winning Senate candidate will receive a fundraising email to the entire PAC for a Change email list, which could be worth tens of thousands of dollars to their campaign.
The online polls close on Friday, July 21st. So I encourage you to cast your online vote for your favorite Democratic Senate challenger here:
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