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January 31, 2013


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Yikes. That's admittedly a very scary thought. A Democrat winning Texas.

Greg Diamond

"Scary?" I believe that the term that you use for this in Texas is something like "YEEE-HAW!"


If a trend like this exists in Texas, I guess it will be a long, long, long time for the GOP to win the White House. It's obvious you can't even see how the Republicans could win Ohio or Florida with Texas being a battleground state. The truth is, Republicans (or at least the TP) can't even see that America's changing. The scandalous gerrymandering in the House of Representatives postponed the disaster, plain and simple. The unique effect will be (and in fact is, as it seems): blinding the GOP establishment, since they still believe having a significant popular support. Which is actually fading. They're driving full speed into a brick wall.

Robert Monrocsol

You guys in Texas are nuts.


Texas is just like CA before the election of Bill Clinton. There are far to many people moving from CA, OH, NY and other BLUE states because corporations are relocating here and bringing their workers.

If Hillary is the nominee in 2016 then we will start to see Texas transition to BLUE. It will take another 8 years of PURPLE battles but by 2028 it will be dark BLUE.

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