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Bill Maher: Republicans are screwed up from living in a bubble

Comedian Bill Maher said Wednesday night that Republicans needed to escape the “Republican bubble” if they wanted to win a future presidential election. “Republicans have to start getting their information from a better source than Fox News,” he told MSNBC host Chris Matthews. “I’m not kidding about this. I think…

Beck on Romney’s loss: ‘Man, sometimes God really sucks’

Conservative radio host Glenn Beck on Wednesday declared that Mitt Romney’s loss to President Barack Obama proved that “sometimes God really sucks.” As it was becoming apparently that the president was going to be re-elected on Tuesday, Beck had told a panel on his Blaze TV network that “the body…

Watch live: Speaker Boehner speaks on the fiscal cliff and the election

Speaker of the House John Boehner holds a press conference on the fiscal cliff following last night’s election. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Nov. 7. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

CNN panel to Obama: Appoint Romney as ‘secretary of business’

A CNN panel of journalists and other experts on Wednesday called on President Barack Obama to appoint former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney as the “secretary of business.” CNN host Wolf Blitzer noted that Obama would need to name new cabinet members after being re-elected and it would be “a…

Rush Limbaugh eats humble pie: ‘We are outnumbered and we are losing ground’

Republican radio figure Rush Limbaugh announced Wednesday that, far from the Republican Party simply failing to turn out its base on Tuesday night, “we are outnumbered” now in the country, calling President Barack Obama’s overwhelming reelection victory “the trend” from now on. “We have to face some truths, we have…

Key and Peele: White Obama voters are now ‘honorary black people’

This morning the comedy team Key and Peele released a new message from President Barack Obama’s “Anger Translator,” Luther, in which he reacted to the 2012 election results. In these sketches, Keegan-Michael Key plays the character Luther, who is the brash, outspoken id of the more sedate “Obama,” played by…

Ole Miss students protest Obama’s re-election

Hundreds of students at the University of Mississippi — aka Ole Miss — staged an impromptu demonstration against President Barack Obama’s re-election late Tuesday night, with conflicting reports on the number of people involved. The Jackson Clarion-Ledger reported that about 200 people gathered in a parking lot outside a freshman…

Redstate’s Erick Erickson: Republican consultants swimming in cash like ‘Scrooge McDuck’

Conservative Redstate co-founder Erick Erickson on Wednesday said that Mitt Romney had lost to President Barack Obama because he had outsourced to his campaign to Republican consultants who were now “swimming” in money like the Disney cartoon character Scrooge McDuck. While reviewing the election results on Wednesday morning, CNN’s John…

Kilmeade on Sandy voters: America is ‘the shallowest country in the history of man’

Fox News co-host Brian Kilmeade on Wednesday complained that the United States was the “shallowest country in the history of man” because exit polls showed that people considered Hurricane Sandy an important factor in the presidential race. On the morning after President Barack Obama won re-election, Fox & Friends co-host…

Stewart: 2 years and $3 billion later, U.S. in ‘same place we were’ before election

Tuesday night, during a special live Election Night 2012 edition of “The Daily Show,” host Jon Stewart pointed out that for all of the fuss and expense of the 2012 election, the U.S. has ended up in virtually the exact same political situation as it was two years ago. After…

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