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Rising number of states seeing one-party rule

Rising number of states seeing one-party rule

By Keely Brazil-The Washington Times
Saturday, November 10, 2012

Divided government still rules in the nation’s capital after Tuesday’s vote, but unity is increasingly the name of the game in Annapolis, Topeka, Concord, Little Rock and other capital cities.
In a little-noticed footnote to the elections, votes to fill legislative seats produced the highest number of states with one-party rule in 60 years. Democrats or Republicans now have sole control of the governorship and both legislative chambers in 37 state capitals.

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Is there much difference between the red and blue states?

?, liberty, employment, job creation, welfare, (corporate & individual etc. etc?

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.

North Carolina

this may be a good thing for us..
We got rid of Bev Purdue
and we now have Pat McCrory and a republican state legislature
the only reason we don't have a voter ID law is because Perdue vetoed it.
You can see other bills that Perdue vetoed but were overridden by the legislature.
Now we're a one party ruled state.. it will be interesting to see what they will do.
The state can't vote for us to invade Iran can they?? :P