color by numbers

This is going to be an interesting phenomenon to watch

Twenty-four states will be controlled by Republicans, including Alaska and Wisconsin, where the party took the State Senate, and North Carolina, where the governorship changed hands. At least 13 states will be Democratic, including Colorado, Minnesota and Oregon, where control of the legislatures shifted, and California, where the already dominant Democrats gained a supermajority in both chambers…

6 Comments!

  1. mech
    Posted November 24, 2012 at 3:04 pm |

    Like petri dishes or glased in ant colonies. . .

  2. Paul
    Posted November 24, 2012 at 8:17 pm |

    And California’s super majority guarantees the state sinks into the ocean all by itself. No earthquake needed.

  3. Posted November 24, 2012 at 8:50 pm |

    Well harden my pard-on right here, but Oregon hasn’t had a decent legislature since at least 1953, or whenever Stalin died. Too bad about Trotsky. Rough way to go. Ice axe right through the top of your fucking head. And then you take almost a month to actually die after that. Yeah, rough indeed.

  4. ZZMike
    Posted November 24, 2012 at 10:49 pm |

    “… Twenty-four states will be controlled by Republicans, ….”

    OK, that leaves 26.

    “At least 13 states will be Democratic, ….”

    OK, that leaves 13. ?????

    Some folks contend that there ain’t a heck of a bit of difference between the parties anyway – at least, between how the parties operate in D.C., not in the way the American People in each party think.

  5. MCPO
    Posted November 25, 2012 at 10:37 am |

    Unfortunately, PA’s Legislature and Governor appear to be sitting on their hands, not offering a single bold solution for the Commonwealth’s myriad of economic woes. Bunch of pink Repubs!

    Changing my affiliation to Libertarian.

  6. rickn8or
    Posted November 25, 2012 at 5:50 pm |

    Twenty-four states will have Republican governments that do not know how to act like the majority party.