Wednesday, November 08, 2006



Dems take House; Senate hangs on 2 neck-and-neck races

(CNN) -- Democrats took control of the House of Representatives for the first time in a dozen years, but the crucial question of which party will run the Senate hung Wednesday morning on neck-to-neck contests in Montana and Virginia.

Democratic challengers have picked up four seats in the Senate, according to CNN projections. Republicans would need to take just one of the two remaining competitive races to keep control of the chamber.

Democratic Senate candidates won in Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Missouri and Ohio, as well as independent Senate candidates Bernie Sanders in Vermont and Joe Lieberman in Connecticut -- who are expected to vote with the Democrats.

But in Montana, the race between Republican Sen. Conrad Burns and state Sen. Jon Tester is too close to call, although Tester shows a razor-thin lead. With 99 percent of the ballots counted, Tester leads by fewer than 2,000 votes.

If Tester wins, Democrats could secure Senate control by winning in Virginia, where embattled Republican Sen. George Allen trailed his Democratic challenger, Jim Webb, by fewer than 6,000 votes out of more than 2.3 million counted.


I mean--


Fuck off, clowns. Don't let the door hit in the ass on the way out.

It has been a GOOD WEEK, hasn't it, folks? Well, it has for me. After months of searching, I finally managed to secure a second job yesterday; I've been looking everywhere for my birth certificate so I could get a new social security card, and I found it yesterday.

I've never been in this happy a mood for this long. It's just not natural, dammit.


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