By Tina Trent
Election day in Tampa was like the calm after a cancelled hurricane warning. Dire predictions of long lines and voters turned away at the polls did not materialize. Outside polling places, a few Tea Partiers squared off against droves of professional activists from the alphabet soup of leftist organizations: AFL-CIO members (do they ever have jobs to go to?), National Lawyer’s Guild lawyers, and all those Democratic PACs the media studiously ignored, including the in-your-face pro-Obama 1911 PAC.