1. Mitt Romney
With his loss yesterday, Romney will likely write a best-selling book about his political and business experiences and make even more millions than he has now. He and Ann won't have to move to a smaller house and, of course, won't have to mingle with the 47%. His political career is over and he will appear once in a while on Fox News. He seems like a guy who will probably disappear from the public limelight (a.k.a. Michael Dukakis, George W. Bush).
2. National Organization of Marriage (Maggie Gallagher and Brian Brown)
Maggie Gallagher at 3:00 AM today announced that the “Obama electorate defeated marriage.” Gallagher, co-founder of NOM, Brian Brown, NOM President, and all their radical religious wing nuts suffered a huge loss with 4 states (Maine, Washington, Maryland and Minnesota) voting for marriage equality – the first time a voting public has done so.
“Last night really is a big loss, no way to spin it,” she wrote in the National Review. We haven't seen the end of NOM, but their “victimization” messaging surely failed them this time around.
3. Donald Trump
No more needs to be said.
4. Sarah Palin
While she's been fighting for relevancy since 2008, the media whore (who now looks like a $2 whore with frosted lipstick and a “just been fucked” hairdo) looked dumbfounded on Fox News last night.
Speaking to Greta Van Susteren, Sarah Palin remarked:
“I just cannot believe that the majority of Americans believe that incurring more debt is good for the economy, for our children's future, for job creators. I just cannot believe that the majority of Americans believe that it's OK to ignore the constitution and not have a budget.”
She added, “It's a perplexing time for many of us right now.”
Honey, so was the 2008 election when you ran for Vice President. You'll get over it – time for “Dancing With the Stars?”
5. The Tea Party
The GOP is about to drop you faster than Kim Kardashian dumped that dude she married. Maybe you'll come back as a third party? A militia? The new KKK? Who knows.
6. White America
Mitt Romney's concession speech audience
6. Allen West
Via Fox News:
Republican Rep. Allen West, the Army veteran who came to Congress two years ago in the conservative Tea Party wave, fell short Tuesday in his hard-fought South Florida race against Democratic challenger Patrick Murphy — but West apparently isn't giving up yet.West reportedly filed at least two motions Wednesday in West Palm County and St. Lucie County for injunctions in order to conduct a recount of paper ballots and an examination of voting machines used in the contentious contest.“This race is far from decided, and there is no rush to declare an outcome. Ensuring a fair and accurate counting of all ballots is of the utmost importance. This race is far from decided,” he said in a written statement.
7. Mayor Janice Daniels (Troy, MI)
Troy, Michigan ousted Mayor Janet Daniels, who made controversial comments about gay people and city employees:
Daniels, a tea party favorite, was elected to office last year and has been embroiled in a string of controversies regarding her comments about gay people, her opposition to accepting federal funds for a transit center and her public dressing-down of the former city manager.During an interview with Charlie Langton on Wednesday morning on WXYT-AM (1270), the 59-year-old Daniels primarily blamed the news media for her recall. When asked whether she had any regrets, Daniels said she regrets the lack of a balanced news media.
Always the victim of the news media. Poor Republicans. Bye, bye Janice!
8. Ted Nugent
NRA board member and musician Ted Nugent went on an angry Twitter tirade on Wednesday morning, against Obama voters calling them “pimps” and “whores.” Obama-hater Ted Nugent tweeted today:Goodluk America u just voted for economic & spiritual suicide. Soulless fools.Pimps whores & welfare brats & their soulless supporters hav a president to destroy America.So Obama still demands the hardest workers provide for the nonwotkers. Shared opportunitiesmy *ss.What subhuman varmint believes others must pay for their obesity booze cellphones birthcontrol abortions & lives.Okey, dokie.
9. Scott Brown
We weren't together long, but I will always remember you as the studly Senate centerfold.
10. Other nominees and Honorable Mentions
- Glenn Beck
- Rush Limbaugh
- Karl Rove
- Dick Morris
While these people and things may not matter anymore, we all know they will return – in some way, shape or form.