Media predicted A Blue Democrat Wave to sweep Texas!! Here are the results.

  • Unity123

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    Mar 07, 2018 2:51 PM GMT
    Sorry Liberals.

    Just compare primary voter numbers.

    https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/texas-primary-election

    Fake News Propaganda from CNNMSNBCABCCBSETC to try and change perceptions.

    Put lipstick on the Democrat Pig, but it's still a loser.

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    Mar 07, 2018 3:35 PM GMT
    Or just compare Dem turnout to previous midterms.

    Dems double turnout in Texas from previous midterm

    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/377113-dems-double-turnout-in-texas-from-previous-midterm
  • Unity123

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    Mar 07, 2018 4:38 PM GMT
    Plooje said
    S2Ki saidSorry Liberals.

    Just compare primary voter numbers.

    https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/texas-primary-election

    Fake News Propaganda from CNNMSNBCABCCBSETC to try and change perceptions.

    Put lipstick on the Democrat Pig, but it's still a loser.



    The Democrat's only hope is that millions of illegals continue to pour into the country, get hooked into the idiotic public benefits programs and eventually get amnesty and citizenship. Unfortunately, long-term, that's is quite likely.


    Yes, exactly what democrats did in California. Middle class used to move to CA, now they're fleeing in record numbers because they're getting screwed on taxes and lower standard of living.

    Have you noticed how democrats now talk like economic conservatives? But that's a huge lie. Every one of them opposed the 2018 Tax Cut.

    If people have just one sinew of Economic Conservatism in their body, they better hope the congress stays republican.
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    Mar 07, 2018 4:40 PM GMT
    Ex_Mil8 saidOr just compare Dem turnout to previous midterms.

    Dems double turnout in Texas from previous midterm

    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/377113-dems-double-turnout-in-texas-from-previous-midterm

    Go put your lipstick on luv.
    then you can go play Deliverance.
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    Mar 07, 2018 5:11 PM GMT
    "Get the fuck off me, you creepy Pedo"



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    Mar 07, 2018 5:19 PM GMT



    Texas primaries 2018: Democrats Lupe Valdez and Andrew White are vying to run against Gov. Abbott
    https://www.vox.com/2018/3/6/17071182/texas-primaries-2018-democrats-lupe-valdez-andrew-white-greg-abbott

    https://www.lupevaldez.com/



    Valdez and White each represent different paths forward for Democrats in Texas. White, a moderate businessman, is the candidate who could appeal to suburban Texans who dislike President Donald Trump and the current strain of right-wing politics dominating the statehouse under Abbott and his Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. Valdez, Texas’s first openly gay and first Latina sheriff, is likely to appeal to the state’s Latino voters, especially given the current political climate.

    Valdez said she’s spoken to voters who voted for her simply because she was the only Latina on the ballot.

    “This is not the same Texas that [Abbott] took four years ago,” she said. “This is a different Texas. Change is coming. I want to be the change-maker.”


    White often points to the state’s low rankings in education quality; Education Week listed it 40th overall among states for factors including school funding, student achievement on test scores, and how well schools prepared students for the future (in past years, the rating was lower).

    “Texas has one of the best economies in the nation, and our schools are among the worst in the nation,” White said. “Something doesn’t make sense because we’re Texas and our economy is doing well.”

    The state’s special education system has shut out many students and families that need services, as a 2016 Houston Chronicle investigation found that state officials had arbitrarily decided that 8.5 percent of public school students should get special education services — no more. Since the 2004 decision, many families across the state have been denied services.


  • roadbikeRob

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    Mar 07, 2018 5:33 PM GMT
    You all keep living in your ultra leftist fantasyland. Texas will always be a red republican state. Granted both Houston and Dallas are now overwhelmingly blue democratic cities, they are not quite big enough to flip that huge state on their own. Now both San Antonio and Fort Worth have democratic majorities in their city governments but they are both very conservative cities meaning they are mostly the old time yellow dog democrats. Both San Antonio and Fort Worth are prone to swinging in elections with the exception of their poor inner city districts and I mean the two cities themselves not any of their suburbs. Latinos in Texas are also much more religiously conservative than Latinos in most other states. So dont get your hopes too high about Texas becoming blue because most Texas voters do not like or trust liberals and democrats. Especially when it comes to social issues and the Second Amendment.
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    Mar 07, 2018 5:42 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidYou all keep living in your ultra leftist fantasyland. Texas will always be a red republican state. Granted both Houston and Dallas are now overwhelmingly blue democratic cities, they are not quite big enough to flip that huge state on their own. Now both San Antonio and Fort Worth have democratic majorities in their city governments but they are both very conservative cities meaning they are mostly the old time yellow dog democrats. Both San Antonio and Fort Worth are prone to swinging in elections with the exception of their poor inner city districts and I mean the two cities themselves not any of their suburbs. Latinos in Texas are also much more religiously conservative than Latinos in most other states. So dont get your hopes too high about Texas becoming blue because most Texas voters do not like or trust liberals and democrats. Especially when it comes to social issues and the Second Amendment.





    Never say never.........look what happened to Michigan.. the Klan and NRA came out in full force and turned it red icon_eek.gif

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  • roadbikeRob

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    Mar 07, 2018 5:52 PM GMT
    ElnathB said
    roadbikeRob saidYou all keep living in your ultra leftist fantasyland. Texas will always be a red republican state. Granted both Houston and Dallas are now overwhelmingly blue democratic cities, they are not quite big enough to flip that huge state on their own. Now both San Antonio and Fort Worth have democratic majorities in their city governments but they are both very conservative cities meaning they are mostly the old time yellow dog democrats. Both San Antonio and Fort Worth are prone to swinging in elections with the exception of their poor inner city districts and I mean the two cities themselves not any of their suburbs. Latinos in Texas are also much more religiously conservative than Latinos in most other states. So dont get your hopes too high about Texas becoming blue because most Texas voters do not like or trust liberals and democrats. Especially when it comes to social issues and the Second Amendment.





    Never say never.........look what happened to Michigan.. the Klan and NRA came out in full force and turned it red icon_eek.gif

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    The only reason why Michigan went red because Hillary rotten Clinton assumed that she had the wolverine state easily won and didnt bother campaigning there. Also most Michigan democrats strongly preferred Senator Bernie Sanders over the Wicked Witch of Wall Street. So the DNC's horrible blunder of handing the 2016 nomination to her on a silver platter just drove more voters away from the democratic blue and they either stayed home or they voted for Trump.
  • timmm55

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    Mar 07, 2018 8:16 PM GMT
    S2Ki saidSorry Liberals.

    Just compare primary voter numbers.

    https://www.nytimes.com/elections/results/texas-primary-election

    Fake News Propaganda from CNNMSNBCABCCBSETC to try and change perceptions.

    Put lipstick on the Democrat Pig, but it's still a loser.



    No quite the contrary. Dems haven't won in Texas since 1994. Even a doubling doesn't reach the Republican numbers. Try a new shade of lip stick dear.