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Bear Trax Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 9:49 PM
I was amongst the 'anyone but Obama' crowd mainly due to his tendency to take the easy way out on every decision. I believe this election was stolen by a methodical organized effort to ballot box stuff forged sign-ins for all voters the democrats polled as not going to vote. Republicans need an exciting character with a little more charisma than a 'sea slug'. Romney's business experience was sorely needed in this time of economic uncertainty. One thing is certain, the government and private sector grow in inverse proportions to one another. More government = less provate sector to pay for the government = printing money to support the government bureaucracy = the collapse of the currency = the need for more government support.
Networker Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 11:04 PM
Any proof that the election was stolen, or are you going off the same gut feelings that told you Romney was going to win?
NR-8S10-1 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 8:07 AM
It's not a question of winning or losing. It's a question of right or wrong. Obama is wrong for the country. More than 50% of Americans were seduced by that demogogue.
Any change requires pain. Whatever we are doing now is easy (we think) compared to change, whatever it may be. Changing is hard. It requires us to think anew, to change our habits, our processes, our language. It's venturing out into the unknown. Without a compelling reason, people will stay the same and not change.

People begin to change only when the pain of what they are doing becomes more painful than the pain of change.

Republicans -- it is time for change.

The election last week was painful -- at least for me, a lifetime conservative.