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Rejoice: Voters eject MSNBC host-to-be Alan Grayson in Fla.

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By Michelle Malkin  •  November 2, 2010 08:48 PM

Oh, happy day.

Foul-mouthed, smear merchant, crapweasel Democrat Rep. Alan Grayson has been defeated in Florida. Thank you, Daniel Webster, and thank you, Florida voters, for standing up and ridding us of this political scourge.

Incumbent Alan Grayson has conceded to Republican Daniel Webster in the race for the Congressional District 8 seat.

Grayson conceded at his watch party at Slingapour’s in downtown Orlando Tuesday night.

Grayson’s campaign said they needed a massive Democratic turnout to win, and that simply didn’t happen with the weather.

This race received a lot of national attention due to the negativity and Grayson’s antics.

Webster issued the following statement after Grayson’s concession Tuesday.

“This is a new day for our Country and I am thankful to be a part of it. This is a huge victory for people who are tired of the politics of personal destruction. We ran a positive campaign against a broken system. Now it’s time to begin the work of fixing it.”

May I be the first to say: DLTDHYOTWO*, jerk.

*Don’t Let The Door Hit You On The Way Out.

Previous Alan Grayson blogging.

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JWF notes that Grayson blamed — wait for it — the weather for his loss, instead of his own big fat mouth.

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