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Pennsylvania’s blue wave offers Democrats hope for 2024
By Ponderer
November 8, 2023 6:16 am
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Democrats won big across the state, from school board races to the Supreme Court. But an off-year election is an imperfect comparison for the 2024 presidential race.

Democrats won the marquee state Supreme Court race in Pennsylvania, made history on both ends of the state and swept in Philadelphia’s suburbs Tuesday, building on a blue shift that has yet to abate in recent off-year elections and fueled in large part by a concentration on reproductive rights.

Despite floundering approval ratings for President Joe Biden, Democrats prevailed in the biggest race in the state, electing Democrat Dan McCaffery to the state Supreme Court over Republican Carolyn Carluccio in a race that Democrats made all about abortion rights and protecting election integrity. Republicans also poured millions into the contest but largely aimed to avoid both topics.

The wins built on successes Democrats saw in the 2022 midterms and echoed results of races across the country, where abortion rights persuaded voters in swing and even Republican-leaning states to look past frustration with the national Democratic party.

“Once again, Republicans revealed just how out of sync they are with voters by putting up an extreme, anti-abortion candidate who rubs shoulders with the far-right,” the Democratic National Committee said in a statement. “Let this be yet another lesson for the GOP: Pennsylvania voters and Americans across the country want more freedom, not less — and they’ll show up again in 2024 to reject Republican extremism once again.”

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Comments on "Pennsylvania’s blue wave offers Democrats hope for 2024":

  1. by Ponderer on November 8, 2023 6:17 am


  2. by HatetheSwamp on November 8, 2023 6:35 am, po? Why didn't you link to THE COMMUNIST MANIFESTO? Baha.

    Nevertheless, ol pb was thinking about entering a thread entitled, GOPs DON'T DO BIG BRO WELL!

    While, from a Swamp perspective, the Dems did well yesterday, in terms of political philosophy, the big winner was individual liberty...

    ...your friend, Big Bro, got skunked pret'near every place he showed up.

    So. No. There warnt no, as you'd say, EFFINblue wave in Pennsylvania. What happened, is that our voters screamed, FREEEEEEEEEEDOM!...just like Sir Elton sang all those years ago, keehee, ha.

  3. by Ponderer on November 8, 2023 6:57 am

    The Philadelphia Inquirer (or simply The Inquirer) is a daily newspaper headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The newspaper's circulation is the largest in both the U.S. state of Pennsylvania and the Delaware Valley metropolitan region of Southeastern Pennsylvania, South Jersey, Delaware, and the northern Eastern Shore of Maryland, and has the 17th-largest circulation of any newspaper in the United States as of August 2020.

    Founded on June 1, 1829, as The Pennsylvania Inquirer, The Philadelphia Inquirer is the third-longest continuously operating daily newspaper in the nation. It has won 20 Pulitzer Prizes as of 2020.

    The Inquirer developed into a major U.S. newspaper during the American Civil War. While its circulation dropped after the Civil War's conclusion, it rose again by the end of the 19th century. Originally supportive of the Democratic Party, The Inquirer's political orientation eventually shifted toward the Whig Party and then the Republican Party before officially becoming politically independent in the middle of the 20th century. By the end of the 1960s, The Inquirer trailed its chief competitor, The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, and lacked modern facilities and experienced staff. In the 1970s, however, following its acquisition by Knight Ridder and new editors, the newspaper was again turned into one of the country's most prominent.

  4. by HatetheSwamp on November 8, 2023 9:06 am


    I grew up outside of Philly. When I was a kid, the Inquirer had the best Phillies and Eagles coverage in the whole, as you'd say, EFFINworld.

    These days, on my local Philly talk station...WPHT...the Inquirer is used to guffaw to. It's MSNBC in print...+++. Baha.

  5. by Ponderer on November 8, 2023 10:22 pm

    Cite what they printed in the above article that was wrong. Nothing you said matters afuck unless you point out something that they printed that was wrong.

  6. by HatetheSwamp on November 9, 2023 3:56 am


    Classic po.

    This is a crystal clear example of what I mean about you getting so-called "news" from sources that fan the flames of the preferences and prejudices that you bring with you to every moment of your life.

    This is, admittedly, clever propaganda. But, propaganda is all it is.

    List all of the quotes in the article from Pennsylvania GOP officials. That's okay. The rest of us know.

    This ain't a news article. It's the beginning of the Dem SwampMedia 024 political campaign. And, you're actually smart enuff to have figured that out.

    But...your life is ruled by GOP-hate.

    As Paul McCartney sang, "Sad. So sad." But. A hoot nonetheless.

  7. by Ponderer on November 9, 2023 6:00 am

    So you have no proof or even indication that anything in the article is wrong. All you can do is lamely obfuscate and misdirect. Got it. Thanks!

  8. by HatetheSwamp on November 9, 2023 6:06 am


    Much of Nazi propaganda was factually accurate, too. And, we now know that's how you roll.

  9. by Ponderer on November 9, 2023 6:11 am

    Uh huh. 🙄

  10. by HatetheSwamp on November 9, 2023 6:33 am

    Your links sent me to total gibberish. Try again.

    Or, was that the point?

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