Daily Archives: November 3, 2010

Oregon’s Amnesia, Kitzhaber Projected to Win Back Governor’s Office

Being announced this afternoon on KPTV 12, KOIN 6, and KGW 8.

KATU still calls it close with no official result until Friday, most likely.

As of 5:34 PM Nov. 3, the count sits at Chris Dudley (651,517) 50% John Kitzhaber (646,063) 48%.

Premature? Or, do Oregonians really have a bad case of amnesia?

UPDATE: 8 PM count shows John Kitzhaber (664,845) 50% Chris Dudley (659,362) 48%

AP announced Kitzaber has won. Dudley concedes

Let’s see, what’s that definition of insanity? Doing the same thing over and expecting a different result.

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Meet Your GOP

Congressman Tim Scott, South Carolina
Senator Marco Rubio, Florida
Congressman Allen West, Florida
Congresswoman Jaime Herrera

Although we’re ‘over’ the whole rainbow coalition hyphenated American mania in liberal multi culti circles, it’s good to pause for a moment and shine a light on the people who won some of the races in the election last night for the GOP. They won on their ideas, passion and public service, not their skin color. It would do well for our friends on the left to remember that it’s better to judge someone on their character and not on the color of their skin. I think I’ve heard that somewhere before.

Governor Susana Martinez, New Mexico

Governor Nikki Haley, South Carolina
Governor Brian Sandoval, Nevada
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Meet Your GOP

Congressman Tim Scott, South Carolina
Senator Marco Rubio, Florida
Congressman Allen West, Florida
Congresswoman Jaime Herrera

Although we’re ‘over’ the whole rainbow coalition hyphenated American mania in liberal multi culti circles, it’s good to pause for a moment and shine a light on the people who won some of the races in the election last night for the GOP. They won on their ideas, passion and public service, not their skin color. It would do well for our friends on the left to remember that it’s better to judge someone on their character and not on the color of their skin. I think I’ve heard that somewhere before.

Governor Susana Martinez, New Mexico

Governor Nikki Haley, South Carolina
Governor Brian Sandoval, Nevada
Tell ’em where you saw it. Http://www.victoriataft.com