Skip to comments.Fiery Dem Alan Grayson to rejoin House
Posted on 11/06/2012 11:27:45 PM PST by Olog-hai
Former Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) beat Republican opponent Todd Long and will return to the House for his second, non-consecutive term, the Associated Press reported.
Grayson is remembered for his fiery temperhe once called some members of the GOP right-wing lunaticsand liberal politics. He will represent Floridas new and heavily Democratic 9th District.
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Get out the pop-corns!!!
How the crap did he win after losing last time? Was it a new district they created JUST for him?
Yeah, they have a few in Texas for the democrats, too. I am sure voter-homes helped.
They did a bunch of redistricting post-census. Since nobody watches the watchers, the demographic/population shift was not confirmed to be consisting of those not here legally. Of course, we have the leftists screaming about “voter rolls” and filing lawsuit warfare whenever someone tries to get rid of the ineligible folk (the evil “voter purge” of those who aren’t and should not be voters).
I’m beginning to understand why Obozo won Florida. The state has apparently been infected by a virus that makes people go stupid.
At least he’s in the minority party this time. I think Dems gained another seat or 2 in FL, and several others around the country. Not sure if this was offset by GOP gains but overall it still is discouraging.
How did the guy win? A different Diebold’s trojan horse? :P
The crazy man is back. I still have some “My congressman is CRAZY!” bumper stickers.
Why do we keep getting these pea brains in office?
Why do we keep getting these pea brains in office?...Because we have pee brains voting?
Fiery Dem? He’s a psychopath!
Parasites and fools voting.One thing the 2012 election did was affirm the 2008 discovery that there were more parasites than producers and there were more people who prefer to be slaves than to live free. The 2010 election caught them asleep. They woke up for 2012.
Obama keeps tight lead in Florida with 97 percent counted
by Tom Peeling
UPDATED 12:32 p.m.
With 97 percent of the vote in Florida counted, President Obama retains a small lead in the state. Obama has 50 percent of the vote and Mitt Romney has 49 percent.
Obama has 4.004 million votes and Romney has 3.953 million votes. Obamas lead is more than 50,000 votes.
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