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So, who do we have on this site that's a complete moron of the left with whom we'll have the privilege of laughing at in 4 years (or less?):
I'll start the list with the most obvious:
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I think right now everyone is laughing at us.

Obama picked up 349 electoral votes and beat McCain by a landslide. We got our asses kicked last night on a grand scale.

It's going to be a long time before I'm laughing again. Nothing funny about anything right now.

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I'm hoping we won't see immediate changes like the market, oil prices, or some type of military movement.

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So, who do we have on this site that's a complete moron of the left with whom we'll have the privilege of laughing at in 4 years (or less?):
I'll start the list with the most obvious:
1.gpamp
You really don't see the humor in the right electing George W. Bush 2 terms in a row? That comic tragedy can write itself (hence the movie "W."). We've been laughing at you guys for the past 8 years. Constantly attempting to validate W's every horrible move or mistake. The fact that you think Obama will be worse than George W. is causing some giggles, I'm sure.

I say you guys start attacking Palin, if you're that angry about all this. She lost the election for you.
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now the world has two Frances.
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You really don't see the humor in the right electing George W. Bush 2 terms in a row? That comic tragedy can write itself (hence the movie "W."). We've been laughing at you guys for the past 8 years. Constantly attempting to validate W's every horrible move or mistake. The fact that you think Obama will be worse than George W. is causing some giggles, I'm sure.

I say you guys start attacking Palin, if you're that angry about all this. She lost the election for you.
although palin wasn't the best choice; she didn't ruin mccain's chance of winning...the economy did, in my opinion.

btw, that "W" movie was absolutely terrible...i mean unwatchable!
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You really don't see the humor in the right electing George W. Bush 2 terms in a row? That comic tragedy can write itself (hence the movie "W."). We've been laughing at you guys for the past 8 years. Constantly attempting to validate W's every horrible move or mistake. The fact that you think Obama will be worse than George W. is causing some giggles, I'm sure.

I say you guys start attacking Palin, if you're that angry about all this. She lost the election for you.
Please enlighten me as to why you as a Canadian fell Bush was so bad and affected you in Canada over the last 8 years?

Keep this civil as will I. But you'd better come with finite answers and informed data...generalities won't win you any points with me.

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post #8 of 32 (permalink) Old 11-05-2008, 07:35 AM
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Please enlighten me as to why you as a Canadian fell Bush was so bad and affected you in Canada over the last 8 years?

Keep this civil as will I. But you'd better come with finite answers and informed data...generalities won't win you any points with me.
where is this "canadian" stuff coming from? he was born in texas and lived here all of his life.
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You really don't see the humor in the right electing George W. Bush 2 terms in a row? That comic tragedy can write itself (hence the movie "W."). We've been laughing at you guys for the past 8 years. Constantly attempting to validate W's every horrible move or mistake. The fact that you think Obama will be worse than George W. is causing some giggles, I'm sure.

I say you guys start attacking Palin, if you're that angry about all this. She lost the election for you.
You're so wrong. Bush was elected both times, because of the inability of the democrats to run a viable candidate. They should have strolled in back in 2000, but Gore decided he didn't want to run on Clinton's popularity, and was too weak to carry it himself. In '04, the "two John's" were quite possibly the worst pick for the dems since Mondale/Ferraro. Palin didn't lose the election, and there's nothing to base that on. Once again, your hatred has blinded you to facts. Go away...

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You really don't see the humor in the right electing George W. Bush 2 terms in a row? That comic tragedy can write itself (hence the movie "W."). We've been laughing at you guys for the past 8 years. Constantly attempting to validate W's every horrible move or mistake. The fact that you think Obama will be worse than George W. is causing some giggles, I'm sure.

I say you guys start attacking Palin, if you're that angry about all this. She lost the election for you.
I disagree, I think the RNC's dismissal of 2nd amendment rights as a core issue killed their chances two years prior and maybe even put Clinton on the skids, ironically. Palin was a weak attempt to cover that identity base at the last minute and it didn't go very far.
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where is this "canadian" stuff coming from? he was born in texas and lived here all of his life.
I think he has him confused with the other Socialist, Stang Seller.

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You really don't see the humor in the right electing George W. Bush 2 terms in a row? That comic tragedy can write itself (hence the movie "W."). We've been laughing at you guys for the past 8 years. Constantly attempting to validate W's every horrible move or mistake. The fact that you think Obama will be worse than George W. is causing some giggles, I'm sure.

I say you guys start attacking Palin, if you're that angry about all this. She lost the election for you.
Facts:

- McCain didn't run the best campaign.

- Obama had probably the best campaign ever ran.

- McCain was using public financing.

- Obama was using fundraising tactics, raising the most amount of money for a campaign ever.

- Both VP choices weren't the best decisions as Biden is, well, Biden, and Palin proved that she needed a few years more experience in politics, even if some of the questions she was asked weren't the most fair.

- Speaking of experience, it's a shame that we elected someone to the Presidency who has about as much experience as Sarah Palin.

Those are all facts, dipshit.

It wasn't Palin who lost the election, it was basically Obama who purchased it. If John McCain would have had the money at his disposal that Mr. Obama did, I'm sure this race would have been much closer.

Anyways -- I've slept it off and managed to come away without a hangover. I'll be hoping that your messiah does as good a job as can be asked of him without bringing harm to the country or myself.

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As a member of said left I would like to say I am prepared for your comments the next two years (next elections) I think in two years we'll have an idea of the actual direction of President Elect Barack Obama's administration. Not just the "hope, hope, change, change" mantra of the left and the sky-is-falling fear of the right.

That being said I don't think this is the total approval stamp of the Dem party that some here are saying. This election proved the country isn't as conservative as the Rep. But we have always know the country isn't as liberal as the Dem. This election way just part of the normal cycle of US politics. Like I said last night, the politics of the country is like a blind man driving a car. Since we can't keep the car in the middle of the lane, we just bump off the curbs to keep the car moving forward.
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Maybe I am wrong but I have a strange feeling that even Pampers won't vote for Obama again in four years.

I really do think this guy is going to be Jimmy Carter II, especially with the fruitcakes in Congress backing him up. People were so pissed off at Carter that Reagan got something like 380 electoral votes. But I guess we will see.
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As a member of said left I would like to say I am prepared for your comments the next two years (next elections) I think in two years we'll have an idea of the actual direction of President Elect Barack Obama's administration. Not just the "hope, hope, change, change" mantra of the left and the sky-is-falling fear of the right.

That being said I don't think this is the total approval stamp of the Dem party that some here are saying. This election proved the country isn't as conservative as the Rep. But we have always know the country isn't as liberal as the Dem. This election way just part of the normal cycle of US politics. Like I said last night, the politics of the country is like a blind man driving a car. Since we can't keep the car in the middle of the lane, we just bump off the curbs to keep the car moving forward.
Good analogy.

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That being said I don't think this is the total approval stamp of the Dem party that some here are saying. This election proved the country isn't as conservative as the Rep. But we have always know the country isn't as liberal as the Dem. This election way just part of the normal cycle of US politics. Like I said last night, the politics of the country is like a blind man driving a car. Since we can't keep the car in the middle of the lane, we just bump off the curbs to keep the car moving forward.
Get some new material, I heard this exact shit from some moron last night.
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where is this "canadian" stuff coming from? he was born in texas and lived here all of his life.
He's talking about that fucking coward Stang Seller. Whose family pissed their pants and ran when Iran was taken over by fruitcakes. What the Republicans need to do is listen to him and all move to Canada I guess! LOL
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Like I said last night, the politics of the country is like a blind man driving a car. Since we can't keep the car in the middle of the lane, we just bump off the curbs to keep the car moving forward.
Indeed. Last I saw, Obama had about 52% of the popular vote. So this is very true.
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He's talking about that fucking coward Stang Seller. Whose family pissed their pants and ran when Iran was taken over by fruitcakes. What the Republicans need to do is listen to him and all move to Canada I guess! LOL
screw canada, mexico is the way to go...i can't deal with all of those french morons and hearing, "EH?" after every word! lol
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I disagree, I think the RNC's dismissal of 2nd amendment rights as a core issue killed their chances two years prior and maybe even put Clinton on the skids, ironically. Palin was a weak attempt to cover that identity base at the last minute and it didn't go very far.
I agree with you on the 2nd Amendment, it wasn't anywhere this go around.
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screw canada, mexico is the way to go...i can't deal with all of those french morons and hearing, "EH?" after every word! lol
The beer is better at least.
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Maybe I am wrong but I have a strange feeling that even Pampers won't vote for Obama again in four years.

I really do think this guy is going to be Jimmy Carter II, especially with the fruitcakes in Congress backing him up. People were so pissed off at Carter that Reagan got something like 380 electoral votes. But I guess we will see.
There's quite a bit of difference in our country now though. The control is slowly removing pride and tradition from our schools and government. They seem to want us to feel ashamed of the negative things over feeling proud of all the great things our country has done.

Eerily, I see this fitting the way Stanley Ann Dunham raised Barack by feeding him Mahalia Jackson and Martin Luther King Jr at an early age. I wondered why Barack felt so close to the af amer community when his own african father disowned him. Seems that his mother played a big role in that. It's because his mother focused on raising him to love blacks, rather than finding out why her husbands disappeared like fathers day cards from the ghetto. I wonder if she ever did reach divinity on her deathbed when all she had around her was her kids, a the mother she disowned, and no husband or father of the kids.
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There's quite a bit of difference in our country now though. The control is slowly removing pride and tradition from our schools and government. They seem to want us to feel ashamed of the negative things over feeling proud of all the great things our country has done.
It's a culture of self loathing that stems from many years of good economic times. Nothing builds nationalism like a destroyed economy and we are going to have that for years. The promise of higher taxes on businesses is not going to do anything to turn this economy around either. Throw in an angry voter base after that and we may finally see this attitude go away. Of course the angry base will come from the masses who bought into Obama's bullshit. Once they realize that he is just like any other politician you are going to see a lot of angry people.
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Throw in an angry voter base after that and we may finally see this attitude go away. Of course the angry base will come from the masses who bought into Obama's bullshit. Once they realize that he is just like any other politician you are going to see a lot of angry people.
Change Obama to Bush in your post and I think that's exactly what we saw last night. Power was the republican's to lose, and lose it they did. I said this in another post but when the republican party "allowed" their party to be abused by Cheney et al this is the result. I agree that race played a large part of this election but you have to also blame mass opinions about the most recent administration.

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It's a culture of self loathing that stems from many years of good economic times. Nothing builds nationalism like a destroyed economy and we are going to have that for years. The promise of higher taxes on businesses is not going to do anything to turn this economy around either. Throw in an angry voter base after that and we may finally see this attitude go away. Of course the angry base will come from the masses who bought into Obama's bullshit. Once they realize that he is just like any other politician you are going to see a lot of angry people.
Why don't all the Frenchies in this country realize this, they must have all gone to the same Ivy League school as O'Bomba.
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It's a culture of self loathing that stems from many years of good economic times. Nothing builds nationalism like a destroyed economy and we are going to have that for years. The promise of higher taxes on businesses is not going to do anything to turn this economy around either. Throw in an angry voter base after that and we may finally see this attitude go away. Of course the angry base will come from the masses who bought into Obama's bullshit. Once they realize that he is just like any other politician you are going to see a lot of angry people.

I disagree that he is just like any other politician. Maybe they will see that he is the worst politician, but I doubt that.

It is also scary to see how many pro communists that seem to be rising up in this country. I don't know if it's some kind of cool retro thing to be a commie, or are these people actually supporting it. Just last week I saw a college age kid sporting a hammer and sickle shirt in the gym. Then last night on TV I saw a few dancing around celebrating.

Again, I believe that this transcends from a lack of proper education at home and in school.
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Change Obama to Bush in your post and I think that's exactly what we saw last night. Power was the republican's to lose, and lose it they did. I said this in another post but when the republican party "allowed" their party to be abused by Cheney et al this is the result. I agree that race played a large part of this election but you have to also blame mass opinions about the most recent administration.
That is how the voter base works.

Just watch. This economy isn't going to magically heal itself because of an election. We are still in just as much deep shit today as we were yesterday. In fact, we've got some really shitty economic times ahead. When the magic wears off and the sheeple realize this they will turn on Obama like rabid dogs.

What you have to worry about is the damage this clown and the Democrat controlled congress can do while they have power. In my opinion they are much more dangerous than the Republicans. Republicans just want to steal money with power. Democrats want to force their idealistic bullshit on people. That's infinitely more dangerous. For a good example, look at how they have dictated an energy policy that is terrible for the country economically but somehow satisfies their party's self loathing environmental bullshit. We could still be paying 50 years from now for what these assholes can do.
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