Tuesday, November 07, 2006

The Local Results Are In

Out with the old:




In with the new:


Bye, bye Mitt Romney. Have fun continuing the US presidential campaign you've been waging for the past few years from the Massachusetts State House. Feel free to move back to Utah when that doesn't work out for you, since you consider it such an embarrassment to be associated with Massachusetts.

Bye, bye Kerry Healey. Thanks for running such a negative campaign in your bid to become the next governor of Massachusetts, since it appears to be what secured your defeat. On a positive note, now you can go back to doing nothing. You know, like you've been doing for the past four years as Lieutenant Governor.

Hello Deval Patrick. Wow, you made history, buddy by being the first ever African American elected as governor of Massachusetts (and the second ever in the US). Good for you, but now we're counting on you to not screw up. Because it would wicked suck to give the haters (not to mention the Republicans) any satisfaction.

6 comments:

Jill said...

Mitt Romney is a distant cousin of mine, but thousands of Mormons can say the same thing. That is why I plan on expanding the gene pool by marrying a foreigner.

Vive42 said...

here comes the new boss, same as the old boss!

(ok, that's overly sarcastic and almost certainly not true. i'm glad Patrick won, honest)

Crankster said...

Congratulations! Now if Virginia can get rid of George Allen, it'll be a banner day for everybody.

BeeJiggity said...
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BeeJiggity said...

We (GOPer's)don't want him to fail, we just want him to govern conservatively.

Congrats to a bruva from tha Chi.

To all other events of the last 48 hrs.



DAMN, DAMN, DAMN.

Peg said...

Cheers to you, Commonwealth-Dwellers!!

I guess Healey's all-new-england mailing campaign didn't work for her...

And...this past weekend, rather than hanging in MA to support his direct report, Mitt was up here in Nashua stumping for the Republicans. Guess it wasn't particularly helpful though--New Hampshire turned blue overnight...