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  1. 27 Nov '12 10:30
    Dianne Feinstein has set the record of most votes won in a Senate election. Maybe not that interesting because California is the most populous state. Yet, she is awesome, and the great state of California clearly agrees.

    The California Democrat amassed more than 7.3 million votes in winning re-election Nov. 6. That number will likely increase as final votes are counted and certified.

    http://www.outsidethebeltway.com/dianne-feinstein-sets-record-with-7-3-million-votes/

    http://go.bloomberg.com/political-capital/2012-11-20/a-milestone-for-senator-feinstein/
  2. 27 Nov '12 16:17
    She can't possibly be as awesome as Barbara Boxer
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0CprVYsG0k
  3. Standard member sh76
    Civis Americanus Sum
    27 Nov '12 17:09 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by moon1969
    Maybe not that interesting because California is the most populous state.
    This ^
  4. Standard member sasquatch672
    Don't Like It Leave
    27 Nov '12 17:19
    Originally posted by moon1969
    Dianne Feinstein has set the record of most votes won in a Senate election. Maybe not that interesting because California is the most populous state. Yet, she is awesome, and the great state of California clearly agrees.

    The California Democrat amassed more than 7.3 million votes in winning re-election Nov. 6. That number will likely increase as final ...[text shortened]... otes/

    http://go.bloomberg.com/political-capital/2012-11-20/a-milestone-for-senator-feinstein/
    I like her too. She wants answers from the Muslim, Marxist, America-hating Obama on why He abandoned Americans to die in Benghazi.
  5. 27 Nov '12 17:50
    Originally posted by moon1969
    Dianne Feinstein has set the record of most votes won in a Senate election. Maybe not that interesting because California is the most populous state. Yet, she is awesome, and the great state of California clearly agrees.

    The California Democrat amassed more than 7.3 million votes in winning re-election Nov. 6. That number will likely increase as final ...[text shortened]... otes/

    http://go.bloomberg.com/political-capital/2012-11-20/a-milestone-for-senator-feinstein/
    Awesome????

    Both of them are old enough to be your grandmother.
  6. 27 Nov '12 19:33
    Originally posted by sh76
    This ^
    But on a different point it is indicative in a round=about way of the future of what America is transitioning to, with representatives like Eisenstein and circuit courts like the Ninth Circuit being the mainstay in many parts of America.
  7. 27 Nov '12 19:35
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    Awesome????

    Both of them are old enough to be your grandmother.
    My mother maybe, but not my grandmother. Yet, no matter, she is an awesome leader and legislator, and great for America. Hillary is old enough to be my mother, and she is also an awesome leader and would make a great President.
  8. Standard member sasquatch672
    Don't Like It Leave
    27 Nov '12 19:51
    Originally posted by moon1969
    My mother maybe, but not my grandmother. Yet, no matter, she is an awesome leader and legislator, and great for America. Hillary is old enough to be my mother, and she is also an awesome leader and would make a great President.
    I could hear the lisp in your voice as you typed that. You're of the flambuoyant kind, aren't you?
  9. 29 Nov '12 12:40
    Boxer is hot.