Thursday, November 09, 2006

Election Day 2006


How will the tremendous change in party affiliation in the House of Reps and the Senate change the everyday lives of Americans?

Why did so many people vote Democratic?

P.S. I apologize for the delay!

3 comments:

Jason Mangubat hs senior said...

Mr. Brown, here is my response. With the new election results the House of Representatives will change. Now there are more Democrats than Republicans in the House. I don't think that the country will change much in our day to day life. By voting Democratic they thought they were voting against President Bush out they really weren't. Some Democrats were for the war too. At the beginning everyone was for the war, now they are not because too many people are dying. By the way, what does W stand for?

nyshee said...

the house of reps is now with democrats and that there going to be alot of disagreements and that it's not only going to be once voice in the house. i know that democrats are for the war but they dont show it.. why is that? so that everyone can leave from the republicans and go to democrats? i dont think no one has a idea for ans soon people are going to find out.

on election day that night i only stayed up to see who won and went to sleep but the thing that caught my eye was that they showing how many people died in iraq since it started in 2001. i dont think the army should be there any more and come home now because it doesnt to make any sense to have them there doing nothing, they should come home to there families and knowing what they been through will be hard to forget about...

Edwin Genao said...

With the new Election results the House of Representatives will change. Now there are more Democrats than Republicans in the House. I don’t think that the country will change much in our day to day life. By voting Democratic they thought they were voting against President Bush but they really weren’t. Some Democrats were for the war too. At the beginning every one was for the war, now they are not because too many people are dying.