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Nov 26, 2013 19:05:21   #
jdavisnburton Loc: Burton, MI
 
After recently posting my introduction, I can see that this site serves as a forum for the extreme, sore losers (who are seemingly incapable of learning) -to vent, and spew venom about their favorite targets: (1.) President Obama; (2.) democrats on capitol hill; everyone who disagrees with the tea party.
One would think that after losing in the bewildering manner that their P**********l candidate lost in November of 2012, they would individually, and collectively settle down long enough to make a genuine assessment of why they lost, and why their loss was (and is) so hurtful.
After all, this is STILL America, and there will be another general e******n. In the mean time, there is work to do, and a (more-or-less) time honored process by which our elected representatives accomplish that work.
Yet, for SOME reason, the sore losers (which, unfortunately includes those on capitol hill) -are just besides themselves in anguish, and incapable of comprehending the fact that they NEED to negotiate with the duly elected President.
Prior to the e******n, many pundits (*especially on faux)were predicting that Romney would "win in a landslide", and one is quoted, "with 306 e*******l (college) v**es".
President Obama won re-e******n with 326 e*******l college v**es (to Romney's 206) -a landslide by his own definition. Such a landslide would have been narrowed, if not prevented, if the more REASONABLE republicans had not stayed at home, -to say nothing of those who were offended, and alienated to the extent that they actually v**ed to re-elect President Obama.
My point is, that the tactics that didn't work during the campaign, won't win any new support now.
Whether it's the beguiled representative on capitol hill, or a loyal member of the party, spewing charges that the President (or the democrats) want people to be dependent on the government is childish. To this point, any objective person realizes that these beguiled politicians and their supporters want people dependent on the republican party!
Thus, before 2013 comes to an end, let's hope that they realize that it's time to swallow the bitterness, and demonstrate that they are capable of "playing by the rules".
Any arguments that they have simply will not mesh with well known reports that they were determined to, "make him a one-term President" after the 2008 general e******n.
It's probably in their best interests to start playing by the rules, if only to persuade those stay-at-home republicans, and those that they alienated and offended, that they have our country's best interests at heart;
. . .despite the reckless threats to shut down the government, and drive us over the fiscal cliff!

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Nov 26, 2013 20:43:35   #
astrolite
 
jdavisnburton wrote:
After recently posting my introduction, I can see that this site serves as a forum for the extreme, sore losers (who are seemingly incapable of learning) -to vent, and spew venom about their favorite targets: (1.) President Obama; (2.) democrats on capitol hill; everyone who disagrees with the tea party.
One would think that after losing in the bewildering manner that their P**********l candidate lost in November of 2012, they would individually, and collectively settle down long enough to make a genuine assessment of why they lost, and why their loss was (and is) so hurtful.
After all, this is STILL America, and there will be another general e******n. In the mean time, there is work to do, and a (more-or-less) time honored process by which our elected representatives accomplish that work.
Yet, for SOME reason, the sore losers (which, unfortunately includes those on capitol hill) -are just besides themselves in anguish, and incapable of comprehending the fact that they NEED to negotiate with the duly elected President.
Prior to the e******n, many pundits (*especially on faux)were predicting that Romney would "win in a landslide", and one is quoted, "with 306 e*******l (college) v**es".
President Obama won re-e******n with 326 e*******l college v**es (to Romney's 206) -a landslide by his own definition. Such a landslide would have been narrowed, if not prevented, if the more REASONABLE republicans had not stayed at home, -to say nothing of those who were offended, and alienated to the extent that they actually v**ed to re-elect President Obama.
My point is, that the tactics that didn't work during the campaign, won't win any new support now.
Whether it's the beguiled representative on capitol hill, or a loyal member of the party, spewing charges that the President (or the democrats) want people to be dependent on the government is childish. To this point, any objective person realizes that these beguiled politicians and their supporters want people dependent on the republican party!
Thus, before 2013 comes to an end, let's hope that they realize that it's time to swallow the bitterness, and demonstrate that they are capable of "playing by the rules".
Any arguments that they have simply will not mesh with well known reports that they were determined to, "make him a one-term President" after the 2008 general e******n.
It's probably in their best interests to start playing by the rules, if only to persuade those stay-at-home republicans, and those that they alienated and offended, that they have our country's best interests at heart;
. . .despite the reckless threats to shut down the government, and drive us over the fiscal cliff!
After recently posting my introduction, I can see ... (show quote)


Play by the rules? Does the usurper? Not yet! Everything he has done is illegal, like him and the way he s***e the e******ns! I realize that you have different standards for progressives and real Americans. But you will be the loser, remember what happens to the "useful i***ts" after the c*******ts get in? You get purged, as you betrayed the country...you can't be trusted not to betray the revolution!

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Nov 26, 2013 20:57:49   #
Will I am Loc: Tucson, Arizona
 
Actually, some of us are not mad, sad, or glad that Romney lost to Obama. No, the choices were not limited to the establishment blue and establishment red. Because some of us know that either one of those choices would do damage to the Constitution, our rights, the dollar, and our lives.
Some of us know the establishment is no good for the country, and haven't v**ed for them in a long, long time.
It is not a matter of any candidate losing, but things like the Bill of Rights being beaten on by Obamacare, the dollar being weakened more everyday by the poor economical plans in action, and so on and so on.
No, Romney would not have been any better, I am not coming from a poor loser perspective. It is that the establishment is destroying this country, and I love the principles this country was found upon and Obama is not only ignoring them, but he is destroying this country monetarily, making healthcare go with it down the garbage, and people are going on with their daily lives as if nothing new and/or bad is happening.

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Nov 26, 2013 22:59:54   #
son of witless
 
jdavisnburton wrote:
After recently posting my introduction, I can see that this site serves as a forum for the extreme, sore losers (who are seemingly incapable of learning) -to vent, and spew venom about their favorite targets: (1.) President Obama; (2.) democrats on capitol hill; everyone who disagrees with the tea party.
One would think that after losing in the bewildering manner that their P**********l candidate lost in November of 2012, they would individually, and collectively settle down long enough to make a genuine assessment of why they lost, and why their loss was (and is) so hurtful.
After all, this is STILL America, and there will be another general e******n. In the mean time, there is work to do, and a (more-or-less) time honored process by which our elected representatives accomplish that work.
Yet, for SOME reason, the sore losers (which, unfortunately includes those on capitol hill) -are just besides themselves in anguish, and incapable of comprehending the fact that they NEED to negotiate with the duly elected President.
Prior to the e******n, many pundits (*especially on faux)were predicting that Romney would "win in a landslide", and one is quoted, "with 306 e*******l (college) v**es".
President Obama won re-e******n with 326 e*******l college v**es (to Romney's 206) -a landslide by his own definition. Such a landslide would have been narrowed, if not prevented, if the more REASONABLE republicans had not stayed at home, -to say nothing of those who were offended, and alienated to the extent that they actually v**ed to re-elect President Obama.
My point is, that the tactics that didn't work during the campaign, won't win any new support now.
Whether it's the beguiled representative on capitol hill, or a loyal member of the party, spewing charges that the President (or the democrats) want people to be dependent on the government is childish. To this point, any objective person realizes that these beguiled politicians and their supporters want people dependent on the republican party!
Thus, before 2013 comes to an end, let's hope that they realize that it's time to swallow the bitterness, and demonstrate that they are capable of "playing by the rules".
Any arguments that they have simply will not mesh with well known reports that they were determined to, "make him a one-term President" after the 2008 general e******n.
It's probably in their best interests to start playing by the rules, if only to persuade those stay-at-home republicans, and those that they alienated and offended, that they have our country's best interests at heart;
. . .despite the reckless threats to shut down the government, and drive us over the fiscal cliff!
After recently posting my introduction, I can see ... (show quote)


Please no lectures. Your hypocrisy slip is showing. Fight for your issues all you want, but do not act so uppity.

When you guys lost in 2000 and 2004 did you guys sit back and just take it? Then why are you saying that we should? AND do not, do not tell us that you guys did not screw President Bush every chance you got.

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Nov 26, 2013 23:32:02   #
LAwrence
 
Solomon said in Eclesiastics, There is nothing new under the sun.

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Nov 27, 2013 09:11:07   #
Loki Loc: Georgia
 
LAwrence wrote:
Solomon said in Eclesiastics, There is nothing new under the sun.


All this time I thought it was Ecclesiastes. (LOL)

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Nov 27, 2013 09:16:37   #
LAwrence
 
I stand corrected

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Nov 27, 2013 13:40:15   #
Loki Loc: Georgia
 
LAwrence wrote:
I stand corrected


No offense.

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