Well, I guess in the end, Ann Coulter was right about this election, assuming that Romney is a big enough boy to admit he's lost and not challenge the rulings of the voting process.
To inform those in the dark - back when the Repubs were trying to pull everyone in, Coulter went on record saying that if they couldn't convince Chris Christie (gov of NJ) to run, then Romney would gain the nomination and lose.
Now, I'm not a Democrat, but thank GOD that they won. Maybe the Repubs will stop all this SuperPAC/Corporations are people/Money is Free Speech (NO IT'S NOT YOU DICKHEADS!)/Corporate Favortism bullshit.
And really they shouldn't have expected to win. You've got Romney's 47% comment, you've got Mike Turzai on record openly admitting to try and swing PA to the ex-Gov. I talked to one of my more political friends the other day, and made the comment that if this had been back in 2000, coming off Clinton, if Romney had made as many mistakes as he had during this campaign, he would've been laughed out of the race.
The fact that this was a close race...shouldn't have been. Part of me is convinced that half the people voting against Obama didn't do so because of his 'failed policies' (BTW, Repubs, even FDR took more than a term to bring the country out of the Depression), but because 'there's no way in hell I'm voting for that damn n*****.'
No offense meant to anyone present. I don't believe in that sort of thing.