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Desc:Continuing the midterm election series with Lyndon Johnson and the Democrats losing bad in 1966.
Category:News & Politics, Educational
Tags:60s, republicans, Democrats, LBJ, midterm
Submitted:Wretched Specter
Date:10/30/10
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baleen - 2010-10-30
And thus began the slow exodus of conservatives from the Democratic Party.
baleen - 2010-10-30
... and the Republicans becoming the part of angry Southerners incapable of running their country properly.

RomancingTrain - 2010-10-31
The exodus started when Truman wanted to treat black people like human beings 20 years prior to this.

Pillager - 2010-10-31
Nixon exploited that pretty well.

Now it seems that all the nutballs that Eisenhower kicked out, have returned to reconquer their old asylum.


The teabaggers' congressional speeches will be the stuff of comedic legend...

voodoo_pork - 2010-10-31
The upcoming Republican majority in the House midterms will be a colossal monument to inaction: they aren't going to do anything. They won't cut spending a dime. The health care bill will sit right where it is. They'll just enjoy having power and dicking around with minor tax issues.

I'm actually looking forward to the insane backlash they'll get when their campaign promises implode on themselves. Maybe then we'll get Democrats with backbone.
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