At the Twin city tea party victory party 300 SPARTANS!

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At the Twin city tea party victory party 300 SPARTANS!

We 300 Spar­tans of the Twin City Tea Party are break­ing out the Mead in our Val­halla at the Bor­der Grille and Bar.

Update: The slideshow from Val­halla

There is not a long face in the house as we cel­e­brate the great­est Repub­li­can vic­tory nation­wide in 90 years.

And what do the democ­rats in Mass­a­chu­setts show for their empty war chests? Keep­ing what they already had, and los­ing their chair­man­ships that allow them to re-​fill them.*

If that’s not cause to cel­e­brate I’d like to know what is!

Speak­ing of rea­sons to cel­e­brate:

Now the two can­di­dates are sep­a­rated by 659 votes, mean­ing absen­tee bal­lots will decide the elec­tion over the next three weeks.

Maf­fei entered the day with 89,744 votes (52 per­cent) to Buerkle’s 84,165 votes (48 per­cent), accord­ing to unof­fi­cial elec­tion returns com­piled by The Post-​Standard.

After Wayne County reported, the new vote total is 99,594 or 50.17 per­cent for Buerkle and 98,935 or 49.83 per­cent for Maffei.

Let the Big Red Wave roll!

Update
*Rox­eanne, who has co-​opted DTG’s com­puter with­out his knowl­edge or per­mis­sion, would like to note that we saw one of the great­est vic­to­ries in this race: a Demo­c­rat was forced to (heaven for­bid) reach into his own wal­let. Bar­ney Frank is $200,000 poorer for hav­ing faced Sean “Build Me a Robot” Bielat.

We 300 Spartans of the Twin City Tea Party are breaking out the Mead in our Valhalla at the Border Grille and Bar.

Update: The slideshow from Valhalla

There is not a long face in the house as we celebrate the greatest Republican victory nationwide in 90 years.

And what do the democrats in Massachusetts show for their empty war chests? Keeping what they already had, and losing their chairmanships that allow them to re-fill them.*

If that’s not cause to celebrate I’d like to know what is!

Speaking of reasons to celebrate:

Now the two candidates are separated by 659 votes, meaning absentee ballots will decide the election over the next three weeks.

Maffei entered the day with 89,744 votes (52 percent) to Buerkle’s 84,165 votes (48 percent), according to unofficial election returns compiled by The Post-Standard.

After Wayne County reported, the new vote total is 99,594 or 50.17 percent for Buerkle and 98,935 or 49.83 percent for Maffei.

Let the Big Red Wave roll!

Update
*Roxeanne, who has co-opted DTG’s computer without his knowledge or permission, would like to note that we saw one of the greatest victories in this race: a Democrat was forced to (heaven forbid) reach into his own wallet. Barney Frank is $200,000 poorer for having faced Sean “Build Me a Robot” Bielat.