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Posted by: Helen Philpot | November 8, 2018

Republicans are nuttier than squirrel shit. #ThursdayThoughts

Margaret, if you want to know just how deplorable Trumpsters are, this week they elected two indicted criminals, a Nazi and a dead brothel owner.  And the fact that most people reading this are asking themselves “which Nazi?” is just bat shit crazy.  To be honest, it could have been multiple Nazis, but it’s getting harder and harder to tell the difference between a GOP Congressman and a Nazi these days. Some might be just your run-of-the-mill racists. You know what they say about old, white men standing in front of a flag, pledging allegiance to Donald Trump… they all look alike.

A dead brothel owner.  I’m sorry.  I just had to say that again. The party of family values elected a dead pimp. Bless their hearts but Republicans are nuttier than squirrel shit.

Now, I know that some of you Democrats out there, especially in Florida, Georgia and Texas, are filling a bit blue today and not in a good Blue Wave way. We’re feeling blue because we fell in love with Andrew, Beto and Stacey and hoped that racists in red states would be standing in line at a Cracker Barrel instead of a polling station.  Damn you Cracker Barrel! What happened to your all-you-can-eat chicken fried opossum steak on Tuesdays?

Honestly, it was going to be an uphill battle and we got a bit ahead of ourselves. After all, this is Florida, Georgia and Texas we are talking about. They are GOP red mixed with a little scarlet, crimson, cardinal, ruby, magenta, brick, carmine, rose, vermilion, cerise, coral, and burgundy. The fact that Beto was even in the hunt and the other two are still too close to call is pretty amazing.  Sure, it stung. But we really do have a great deal to celebrate. We took back the House. Our wave was big enough to overcome gerrymandering and voter suppression, sending several hundred state and federal members of the GOP packing.

If you are feeling a bit down, maybe this will pick you up. Here are a few of my favorite casualties:

Karen Handel.  Remember her? This homophobic, she-devil in wolf’s clothing managed to destroy the otherwise stellar reputation of the Susan G Komen Foundation when she picked a fight with Planned Parenthood.  Komen recovered somewhat but it never returned to its former glory. Well, now a Democrat in Georgia named Lucy McBath is my new favorite person and Georgia’s 6th Congressional District’s newest Representative.  Kiss my ass Karen. The only organization I liked more than Komen was Planned Parenthood and you damaged one in order to attack the other.  Don’t mess with Planned Parenthood. Ever. By the way, McBath ran on more gun control… in Georgia.

Kim Davis.  This walking hairball in need of a hairstyle became famous in Kentucky for refusing to give marriage licenses to same sex couples, claiming Jesus told her to hate people. She then crashed a party pretending to be the Pope’s BFF and became the white trash darling for white trash religious nutjobs everywhere when she traveled to Romania to fight gay marriage there.  Wait.  What?  Listen, folks.  The cheese slid off this gal’s cracker years ago. Thank goodness that Kentucky Democrats dropped a house on Kim.  To be honest, she lost by less than 700 votes, but that was to be expected considering she was related to, married to, divorced by and otherwise had children out of wedlock with a sizable percentage of the male voting population in the county.  Hypocrisy is what the GOP now calls a family value.

Jason Lewis.  I bet you don’t remember this asshat from Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District unless you’re a slut… I mean a woman… I mean a slut.  Lewis complained that political correctness had gotten so bad that he couldn’t even call a woman a slut anymore without getting in trouble. He lost to Democrat Angie Craig.  I don’t know you Angie, but I love you regardless of what Jason is most assuredly calling you at this moment.

Jack Phillips.  He’s probably the most famous baker in Colorado, but not because his cakes taste good, bad or otherwise.   Jack is the Colorado Baker who refused to bake a cake for a gay couple and took his argument all the way to the Supreme Court.  He then tried to sue the Governor of Colorado because he didn’t want to bake a pink and blue cake for a transgender woman. Guess what?  Jack now has a new Governor in Colorado.  His name is Jared Polis and he’s gay.  Please, please, please Governor Polis, order your inauguration cake from Jack if for no other reason than shits and giggles.

Kevin Yoder.  I know nothing about this congressman from Kansas except he was a Republican in Kansas, which is rarely a good thing. He lost to a Native American woman named Sharice Davids. Now Sharice has a remarkable story and you should read about it.  But I don’t want to talk about that now because I am being a little selfish. I just want to sit a minute and imagine Donald Trump watching Fox News on Tuesday when they gave a Democratic pick up seat to a woman who happens to be Native American and who also happens to be a lesbian and a mixed, martial arts fighter.  Ah! Sweet mystery of life, at last I’ve found thee…  Sharice honey, if you meet the President, please kick him where it counts.

Barbara Comstock.  When Florida Parkland Students came to talk to her about gun violence, she refused to meet with them.  Barbara lost to Democrat Jennifer Wexton.  Bye, bye Barbara. Don’t let the door hit you where the good Lord split you.

Listen.  I was sad.  I wanted Beto as much as anyone.  I really did. But here in Texas we picked up so many down ballot Democrats because of Beto that I don’t think being sad is an appropriate way to remember Beto, or Stacey or Andrew.  And maybe its not even over for Stacey who is still fighting the good fight. Good luck Stacey.  Every vote counts. But no.  We can’t be down. We have just too much to be excited about.

  • Chairman Elijah Cummings, House Oversight Committee
  • Chairman Adam Schiff, House Intelligence Committee
  • Chairwoman Maxine Waters, House Financial Services Committee
  • Chairman Richard Neal, House Ways and Means Committee
  • Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the woman who gave us the Affordable Care Act the last time she had that title

That is huge.  We took back the House and turned a huge section of the country blue, while Trump kept Georgia, Florida and Texas red… barely.  We changed everything.  He changed nothing.

Maybe the Blue Wave wasn’t as big in some parts of the country as others. As it swept from east to west across the country like an invading army of immigrants… no wait.  As it swept from east to west, it hit patches of gerrymandering and mountains of voter suppression.  But it indeed swept across the country no matter how large or small it seemed at times.  One thing we know for sure, if left unchecked, Trump could bring out the worst in all of us.  And sadly, he’s proud of that. But then again, he’s an idiot.  The blue wave came, and it was big enough.  I mean it. Really.

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  1. Love you, Helen! One more possible seat to be announced this week. In a very close race where they are still counting votes, Democrat Ben McAdams is ahead of Republican incumbent Mia Love. If McAdams wins, it will be the first blue congressional win from Utah in many years.

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  2. The recounts tRump hates so much are continuing and the Dems have picked up another Senator In Kristen Sinema. That brightened my windy, rainy day! Gov. Scott is turning into a clone of tRump with his nasty rants against the recount in Florida. This turning into a clone of tRump just has to stop! One is wayyyyyy more than enough!

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  3. Dear Margaret and Helen,

    First, thank you for everything. I love your posts…. You are an inspiration… you provide levity when it’s most needed… I adore you. Just wish you posted more often :).

    Following are my thoughts on what we should be focussing on now. If I had an audience and a following, this is what I’d be shouting about.

    Best regards and much love,

    — Jane

    America Has Spoken

    There’s been a lot of post-election analysis, and speculation (already) about 2020. Donald Trump has called the midterms ‘winning’ for him. I don’t agree. There are a handful of undecided races (Florida and Mississippi Senate races and maybe a few others I’ve lost sight of). But those undecided races won’t change this lay-woman’s take.

    I think the best thermostat of where we stand as a country lies in the graphics presented by the NY Times on Election Day coverage (as of this writing, still available at https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/11/06/us/elections/results-dashboard-live.html) .

    It clearly shows not only wins and losses, but also flipped seats. Here’s the breakdown:

    In the House, Democrats flipped 35 seats. Republicans flipped 3. In the Senate, Democrats flipped 0, Republicans flipped 3. In Governor races, Democrats flipped 7. Republicans flipped 0.

    The totals: Democrats flipped 42. Republicans flipped 6.

    This is more than ‘telling’. This is an enormous, beautiful, hope-inspiring Blue Wave.

    But this really isn’t about ‘blue’ or ‘red’. It’s about decency, equality, fairness, and compassion. That’s what this election was about, and that’s what won big-time in the end.

    To Donald Trump: we are tired of you…. tired of your rhetoric, your racist ramblings and policies, your fear-mongering, your treatment of those who don’t agree with you, your treatment of the most vulnerable in our world, and your treatment of foreign leaders who have historically been our allies.

    To the rest of the Republican Party: GROW A PAIR. The results are in and your approach isn’t working. With the exception of a few (Ted Cruz and Steve King, to name a couple)…. YOU ARE BETTER THAN THIS. Or at least I’d like to think so. This isn’t about views on abortion, views on immigration, or even views on the 2nd amendment. This is about honesty and decency and doing the right thing for the people who elected you. This election tells you loud and clear: you are on the wrong side of history. Stop being a black mark. Stop being a disgrace. Start being someone your descendants will be proud of.

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  4. I shared this column with friends and strangers with lots of positive feedback. You have new fans!

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  5. […] Read the whole thing here. And then donate to my Margaret-Helen 2020 exploratory committee. I have a good feeling about them. […]

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  6. BRAVO! I found this to be so spirit lifting❤️
    As well as fun, a true pleasure to read!
    Many Thanks! I feel greedy for more😊

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  7. Gato, remember when Reagan did not meet another head of state and Nancy furnished the alibi? All because he was then showing the first signs of Alzheimers. Wonder if something the same isn’t going on here.

    All the same, this Veterans Day, like all of them, meant a lot to me. Mu late husband served as did his two brothers, both them gone as well. Mu late father in law served in WWI in Europe. The “rain” wasn’t the real reason for the dishonor. We have had CIC’s before without a military background and they honored our Veterans on their Day.

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  8. A powerful poem, Cynthia… My brother was one of the most “pacific” humans I’ve ever known, and a Navy vet. He would NEVER have burned the US flag, nor would I. The real flag burning,” IMO, happens when people in power act in ways that defile and insult the values that flag represents, and for which so many veterans have served, suffered, and died. Those in the military should never be deployed to serve as armed “background material” for some photo op, nor be ignored and left to fend for themselves when they return home.

    As for a “Commander in Chief” who declines to visit a memorial honoring those Americans who died in France, allegedly because of the “weather,” words truly fail me… I doubt that was the real reason, frankly, and suspect that something much more dire was going on – and still is.

    Just a hunch…

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  9. It Is The Soldier
    by Charles M. Province, U.S. Army • November 1, 2004

    It is the Soldier, not the minister
    Who has given us freedom of religion.

    It is the Soldier, not the reporter
    Who has given us freedom of the press.

    It is the Soldier, not the poet
    Who has given us freedom of speech.

    It is the Soldier, not the campus organizer
    Who has given us freedom to protest.

    It is the Soldier, not the lawyer
    Who has given us the right to a fair trial.

    It is the Soldier, not the politician
    Who has given us the right to vote.

    It is the Soldier who salutes the flag,
    Who serves beneath the flag,
    And whose coffin is draped by the flag,
    Who allows the protester to burn the flag.

    © 1970 2010
    Charles M. Province, U.S. Army

    Peace.

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  10. fitz dillow

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  11. Margaret & Helen: I LOVE YOU!!!

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  12. Love you, Helen!

    Sent from my iPhone

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  13. […] Philpot takes a turn at Margaret and Helen, with a review of this week’s election, including her favorite losers. […]

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  14. Love you ladies. keep on keeping on. Your voices and your minds are national treasures

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  15. Hi, Helen–thanks for finding the silver lining, and for introducing “the cheese slid off her cracker” into my vocabulary.

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  16. I love you both. ❤ Sharing your wisdom with everyone who can read. 

    | "Sometimes we make our lives harder by how we inhabit them." – B. H. |

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  17. So excited when I read your name in my email! I’m happy at the outcome, and yes, I grieve for the loss of Andrew, Beto and Stacey. But never fear, talent like theirs doesn’t just disappear—they’ll be back in another, stronger form!

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  18. I love your blog. I too feel a bit disappointed the blue wave wasn’t bigger, but you pointed out things we should be grateful for. All the women elected include two Muslims. I can’tnwait Until they are sworn in on the Koran. Bless you for your sweet words!

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  19. Hey, Porch Dwellers… I somehow got “anonymoused” here; hope I’ve been “recovered.” Yes; loved this post, and, yes, it’s not over. Still have hopes for Stacey Abrams in Florida. Beto and Andrew Gillum are FAR from leaving the stage, I’m guessin’, and the blatant ratfcking we are now seeing is truly astonishing – unless you take another look at “The Godfather,” to see what’s really going on here. (Thank you, Charlie P. Pierce!) Remarking how some candidates “…wouldn’t accept the embrace” is seriously creepy. Anyone who said that would be on a “neighborhood watch” around here.

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  20. Trying to get “un-anonymous” here…!

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  21. Keeping us sane!

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  22. I love you, Margaret and Helen!

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  23. Pie lovers, the election flips just keep coming! Looks like Sinema is going to reap the benefit of a count on a lot votes heretofore overlooked! And the same is going on in other states where the R’s counted their chickens before they hatched. Projections now are that the D’s could have anywhere from 30 to 30 plus pickups in the House. that means stronger committees to investigate all the (bleep) thats been going on. The White House will hate it but hey, that’s democracy for ya!

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  24. oh how I love you Helen

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  25. A big hand for Democrat Jacky Rosen, former cocktail waitress at Caesars Palace, who unseated incumbent Republican US Senator Heller of Nevada. She gave her acceptance speech as the new US Senator from Nevada in the same Caesars Palace ballroom where she worked putting herself through college.

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  26. Thank you. As a resident of one of the re-elected under-indictment person’s district, I needed to hear about the good results, (AND he ran on 45’s coattails! What is wrong with my neighbors?!) I exercised my privilege, fulfilled my duty, and voted, but felt unheard.

    Speaking of feeling unheard (and in response to your previous post): I started to understand what people (e.g. in rural areas) were saying about being unheard. Or worse, heard but dismissed. It really is frustrating.

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  27. […] mean I don’t admire the passion of others. For your enjoyment, here’s the take from a blog post by two fabulous elders, Margaret and Helen. Enjoy! Thanks, […]

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  28. Even though I felt good about the outcome, you made me feel happier and made me laugh.

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  29. Thanks!

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  30. A true LOL……the spirit of Molly Ivan’s lives on ! Still miss her.

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  31. Thank you, Helen, for keeping it real, because I am absolutely positive you helped bring this insanity of an administration’s lockdown on Congress to a halt. Lots of us have shared your columns widely, and you have a legion of fans who are paying attention to your no-nonsense common sense!

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  32. To Twittler and his fellow repubs, “how do you like them, thar apples?” Nice post and thank you.

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  33. Thank you Helen. Loving your work!

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  34. Love, love, love this! Are you on Facebook? I’ll send it to everyone who needs to feel good. You’ve put it all in a nice, tight, nutshell. Thanks, Helen!

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  35. OMG! I am home recovering from a car accident in the stupid state, aka, Florida, and really needed this. Keep these posts coming. You are the best. 💕

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  36. I ADORE this entire enchilada. However, walking hairball: this Kentuckian is delighted she was swept to the curb. Now : where can we donate to this inauguration cake in Colorado?? It needs to be large.

    On Thu, Nov 8, 2018 at 7:44 AM Margaret and Helen wrote:

    > Helen Philpot posted: “Margaret, those Trumpsters are so deplorable that > on Tuesday they elected two indicted criminals, a Nazi and a dead brothel > owner. And the fact to most people reading this are asking themselves > which Nazi is just bat shit crazy. To be honest, it could h” >

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  37. Good laughs. Laughing is mightily medicinal. We need laughing. :>}

    On Thu, Nov 8, 2018 at 5:46 AM Margaret and Helen wrote:

    > Helen Philpot posted: “Margaret, those Trumpsters are so deplorable that > on Tuesday they elected two indicted criminals, a Nazi and a dead brothel > owner. And the fact to most people reading this are asking themselves > which Nazi is just bat shit crazy. To be honest, it could h” >

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  38. Thanks for the grins. And Beto for President!!

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  39. Oh we so need a laugh today! Thank you for your blog so enjoy it!

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  40. I love you. I needed this.

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  41. Thanks Its nice to know that you`re there. Honest I love reading your blog and realizing that the whole world isn`t insane

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  42. I love you Margaret. I mean it. Really. Thank you. Hugs. We have a lot to be thankful for.

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  43. Please, PLEASE blog more often!

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  44. Dear Helen and Margaret, Please keep posting. Your views and opinions are a fresh breath on the commentary of the US. You make me laugh, you make me cry. I was glad to see the areas that changed to Blue, but unfortunately Oklahoma did not have enough to drown the Red. But we’ll keep at it.

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  45. And it might not be over for Gillum either.

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  46. At least some of us can think – although that may not always be of help!!!!!!

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  47. Beautiful! Well done!!

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  48. Thanks Helen and Margaret! Thanks for the bright spot. I am elated with just getting the house, we haven’t had it for 8 years. One step at a time. Unfortunately, if Wyoming and New York can only get the same number of senators regardless of population size, then the senate will always be a tougher goal to consistently reach. I have been smiling since Tuesday night. Thanks for the laughter.

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  49. “Ally Maynard painstakingly compiled a list of 55 House, Senate, and gubernatorial candidates President Trump either held rallies for or endorsed on Twitter, and found that 39 of them lost, meaning 70.9 percent of candidates President Trump endorsed were defeated.”

    This is Ally’s full list:

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  50. Fabulous as always! You two are the lace collars on RBG’s robe!! As for her and you, my bodily organs are yours for the harvesting if it keeps these columns going! ❤

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  51. Porch dwellers, a word about what I saw on Tuesday at the polling place. It is an old Knights of Columbus hall that has been prettied up very nicely and the name changed to the MT. Vernon Columbus Club. I was once a county elections official – 12 hours for a whole hot $75 bucks. I was elated to see so many people assisting at the polls: teenagers off school for the day, millennial, retirees, all colors, sizes and shapes and all of them delighted to be there. The old polling record books are gone in favor of touch pads on a pedestal. The pads themselves are no bigger than a sheet a paper and work like a charm. Even my son voted and he was quite impressed. He might even vote again some time in the future. Frankly, his civic duty came as a surprise. He was so down in the dumps after the Presidential election I thought he would never shake it off. And to make things even better, my slate won. The Congressional Districts that everyone from everywhere else were watching as bellwethers did exactly what they were supposed to do. Sometimes things really do work out!

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  52. Typo apology: “sockpupper” should have been “sockpuppet”.

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  53. Kochsucking asshat Snott Walker finally got kicked out of the Wisconsin governors’ mansion along with his sockpupper LG Rebecca Kleefisch. Unfortunately, the state legislature houses are still majority Repub, but it’s a start.

    I worked at the polls, and we had around 70% turnout in my voting district, with a total of 1,902 ballots cast, 300 of which were election day registrations (which Walker unsuccessfully tried to eliminate). Of those 1,902 ballots, Walker got only 101 votes, which is less than 1%.

    Wisconsin also retained junior (but superior) senator Tammy Baldwin over deplorable challenger Leah Vukmir. Vukmir – that sounds like the kind of sound Brett Kavanaugh makes when he’s had too much beer and he’s kissing the porcelain goddess.

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  54. Keep your posts coming – love them. And bless you.

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  55. There is good news and a promise of better things to come. Williamson County Texas (yes formally deep red Williamson County) elected two progressive Democrats to the Texas House of Representatives. The Lege (in memory of Molly Ivins) is a good place to start. Remember the names James Talarico and John Bucy; you’ll be hearing of them again.

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  56. To make that Angie Craig vs. Jason Lewis story even sweeter, Craig is a happily married lesbian! The only things I cheered louder about on Tuesday night was the election of my own new Congresswoman, Ilhan Omar, first Somali-American US Representative, and our new County Sheriff, a beautiful, smart, badass gay police officer named Dave Hutchinson, who kicked his Trump-loving, longtime incumbent opponent Rich Stanek to the trash heap where he belongs.

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  57. My heart is a little more comforted with you gals in my world. Thank You!

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  58. And then Nevada with -rather without- Dean Heller

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  59. You go girl! Just hope dens can block him from firing Mueller & make him “cough-up”
    his income tax records! Really made an ass of himself yesterday at press conference!

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  60. Now I have proof that you are geezers! Who but a geezer would quote Ah Sweet Mystery of Life! My kind of geezer! I am but a young geezer, and you give me hope to keep the bold, blunt and blue commentary coming! Those of us in blue locales need to fight to keep them that way, and in Portland, we did.

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  61. I can’t wait till I’m able to speak my mind like this! You’re awesome and help me feel like I’m not alone in my thoughts.

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  62. Thank you for brightening my day! I am trying
    to stay positive for 2020, and I am so very
    happy about the House being back in the
    Blue column! Now, if we can just get this Red
    State of TN to at least turn purple.

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  63. As a Georgia native of Middle Eastern heritage who remembers the days of Jim Crow (and worse!), I am still hopeful that my home state will abandon its shameful past. Our state’s motto is: Wisdom, Justice, Moderation. We still have a loooooong way to go!

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  64. Nevada elected Democratic women for both our senators and our first Democratic governor in two decades! Clark County had convenient vote centers instead of assigned polling locations this year. Nevada just passed a measure for automatic voter registration at the DMV. Despite 5 Trump campaign visits, our blue wave rolled on!

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  65. And….Scott Walker is a Has Been!
    I worked at a polling place in CO and was really thrilled to see all the younger voters registering and voting. CO state government went BLUE! Former felons in FL will be voting next time…Governors’ seats flipped, and down ballot races too. These are the wins that will help protect us from much of the shit show in the future.
    Now, if we can just get more than half the eligible voting population to participate in the future, that will be the next step!

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  66. I would support YOU for President!!

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  67. Hilarious!!

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  68. In spite of our 3rd generation dirt farmer, Sen. Jon Tester squeaking out a win over Pinocchio Don’s puppet, even after his & Donnie Jr’s SEVEN trips to Montana & Pence’s THREE (all probably at taxpayer expense), Montana otherwise broke my heart on Tuesday. But you sure made my day! Thank you, & please keep it up — we need you in these dark times ❤

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  69. Kim Davis did not lose to someone she denied a marriage license. He ran in the primary but lost to the guy who won on Tuesday.

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  70. Fabulous! Thank-you!

    Sent from my iPad

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  71. As a Minnesotan I am so glad that Jason Lewis lost and so did Erik Paulsen!!!!! So proud of our MN BLUE WAVE!!!!!

    Thanks for your emails! I love them!!!

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  72. You have helped me keep going. Thank you so much for this uplifting message.

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  73. Sadly there was no blue wave here in Arkansas (or Darkansas as I like to call it). Taking back the U.S. House of Representatives is a great consolation, however. Maybe someday Arkansas will come out of the Dark Ages. I appreciate you ladies!

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  74. Your sarcasm, language, and opinions are a light in the darkness! Shine on!

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  75. Dearest Helen, you changed my despondency to more than hope. I had to struggle to read your missive to my beloved wife as controlling my laughter was a huge challenge. Bless you!!!

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  76. Joy! That was what I experienced when the wave hit and in some states is still hitting. Joy! That’s what I experienced when I saw Margaret and Helen were at it again! And the Blue Wave is still with us. So many involved in this experience aimed at one day are willing to go the length of the track with the hard work involved in taking this country back in 2020! this old gal might not be around to see it but it will damn well happen!

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  77. Thank you, Helen, for the pick me up. We were feeling pretty down about the losses on Tuesday. It helps to have a reminder of the gains and an injection of humor.

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  78. You ladies rock! Thanks for supporting hope!

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  79. You are the best – really! May you and RGB live forever.

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  80. This is great! What an excellent way to summarize this election.

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  81. To put the icing on the Kim Davis cake, she was beaten by a guy she had refused a license to!

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  82. I love you guys. Please write more. It’s like water in a desert.

    Terri Rice

    >

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  83. A little cherry on top of Kim Davis’ shit sundae, the gentleman who won…had been denied a marriage license by her fat ass…..suck it Kim.

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  84. I LOVE you two! And I absolutely love that you are in Texas! Thank you for making me laugh, and even more, giving me hope that people who think are still alive and kicking!

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  85. I love your columns. Always brings a smile to my face. Love you ladies!! Thank you so much for your wisdom.

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  86. Thank you!

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  87. And the church said “Amen!”

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  88. Thank you

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  89. Many thanks for the smiles and giggles.

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  90. Maxine Waters should subpoena Drumph’s tax records just for fun. As far as Kim Davis and Jack Phillips are concerned all I can say is this. Karma!

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  91. Helen, I love your title! I want to be you when I grow up.

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  92. Thanks. I needed that.

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