posted on Nov, 6 2012 @ 10:13 PM
Well, the votes are in, the race is called.
So what does it mean?
Does this mean that expansive liberal policys (the liberal agenda) is accepted now? Does it mean the death of social conservatism?
Also, Your thoughts on what this election says about:
1) The pollsters and such saying Romney would win (even when most polls showing otherwise
2) Rassmussan credibilty (and by extension, Gallup's "new" method of polling that was made of fail)
4) the "spin" from the left that turns out isn't spin but was simple facts
I don't believe that this is a -mandate- for pure liberalism.
America is a centerist (socially center left, fiscally center right) country. I think what truely clinched the deal was the image of Obama and
Christie working together..people liked bipartisanship, liked a working government. I think people also rejected the venom against Obama overall thats
been going on for years now..tone more than substance.
In saying that, the Reps have to understand what happened..they must now compromise here and there as per the will of the american public. trim up
spending, but revenue must also be addressed in regards to budget balancing..and drop the social conservatism overtones/clean the nuts out of your
party, and lead already verses just be the obstructionists. America -is- a progressive country...help drive the car towards a more perfect union for
the many, or get out of the damned car.