Republicans easily swept to victory across the board. The Democrat blue state of New Jersey is too close to call, but the ACORN voter fraud is so widespread, it's impossible to get a fair election. If Christie pulls it out, it means he won by a landslide.
The bottom line is that this is a swift kick in the ace to Obummer. Americans don't want an autocracy. They don't want his radicalism. They don't want his health care, cap and tax, net control, speech control, foreign policy betrayals. Ten months into his presidency -- he is finished.
The mandate is ..... conservatism. Let's start working on 2010. Cleaning house of RINO and DIABLO infiltrators. Olympia Snowe, you are so finished.
The Love Affair is Over: In 2008 Independents Proved They Weren’t Racist by Voting Obama. In 2009, Independents Vote GOP to Prove They Aren’t Socialist.
As for the rest, it looks like the love affair is over. In 2008, the American public voted for Barack Obama to prove they weren’t racist and in 2010 the same public is voting for Republicans to prove they aren’t socialist.
For the 2nd time in history, the GOP swept Virginia’s statewide races, picking up Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General.
It looks like Christie is going to win New Jersey barring some last minute miracles for Corzine.
It is also looking good for Hoffman in NY-23.
We still won’t know about New Jersey and New York for a while, but the trend lines are good.
UPDATE: RNC Chairman Michael Steele just hopped a plane to New Jersey. Signs are pointing to a Christie victory.
UPDATE: Here's Sarah Palin's take on Today's elections from her facebook page:
Congratulations to the new Governors-Elect of Virginia and New Jersey! I’d also like to offer a special word of support to the new Lieutenant Governor-Elect of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno, the first woman to hold that office. Of course, the real victors in this election are the ordinary men and women who voted for positive change and a return to fiscal sanity. Your voices have been heard. The race for New York’s 23rd District is not over, just postponed until 2010. The issues of this election have always centered on the economy – on the need for fiscal restraint, smaller government, and policies that encourage jobs. In 2010, these issues will be even more crucial to the electorate. I commend Doug Hoffman and all the other under-dog candidates who have the courage to put themselves out there and run against the odds. To the tireless grassroots patriots who worked so hard in that race and to future citizen-candidates like Doug, please remember Reagan’s words of encouragement after his defeat in 1976: “The cause goes on. Don't get cynical because look at yourselves and what you were willing to do, and recognize that there are millions and millions of Americans out there that want what you want, that want it to be that way, that want it to be a shining city on a hill.” The cause goes on. - Sarah Palin