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Live! Congratulations and condolence cards for tonight's winners and losers

Update 1:13 AM: But wait, there's more! Lots more!

Words aren't enough for tonight's election results? Say "I'm sorry for your loss" or "Well done!" with an image drawn in MS Paint with minimal skill!

Congratulations!

For Rand Paul (R), who defeated Jack Conway (D) for a Kentucky Senate seat:

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(As someone who experimented with Aqua Buddha in college, I have been holding my breath this whole election! Congrats, Rand!)

For Joe Manchin (D), who defeated John Raese (R) for a West Virginia Senate seat:

gojoe.GIF

Condolences!

For Alvin Greene (D), who lost to Jim DeMint (R) in the South Carolina Senate race:

sorryalv.GIF

This man could have set our economy on fire with his action figures, and his status "on the not-guilty side of things." Instead, he's vanishing as mysteriously as he came.

For Christine O'Donnell (R), who lost to Chris Coons (D) in the Delaware Senate race:

godonnell.GIF

If we could re-write the dictionary, we'd put "I" and "U" together. If we could rewrite the Constitution, we'd put church and state together! You will be missed.

By Alexandra Petri  | November 2, 2010; 8:10 PM ET
Categories:  Congress, Petri, Senate, Worst Things Ever  | Tags:  cards, elections  
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Comments

There's only one thing that can save the ComPost now:

Palin-O'Donnell 2012!

Posted by: divtune | November 2, 2010 10:29 PM | Report abuse

Card for Christine O'Donnell:

You're me!
We lost.


Posted by: martymar123 | November 3, 2010 7:19 AM | Report abuse

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