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Post Obama Win, Tea Party Not Backing Down

bonziiii Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:46 PM
even still....a man of Mitt's character and the character displayed at the RNC platform should have been enough to win considering what was at stake in this election. times have changed and America may just have to reep what they sow. Mitt is an honorable man and he fought with deceny and integrity. Im proud to lose as an honest man than to win the way the dems do. After all America is just imperfect idea, you cant put your faith in men keep looking up and the prize that we all should strive for
smokindave Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 3:17 PM
Disappointed in the results, but also in the lack of support from the GOP. By all accounts, turnout was DOWN from "08. Sad that people have such little optimism left that they won't even show up at the polls. We deserve what we get.
Steve of CA Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:56 PM
If he did not tell easily exposed lies, like the one about Jeep moving to China, he might have won
Mark in CA Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 3:05 PM
If Romney had the MSM covering for his lies like Obama had
Mark in CA Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:50 PM
Yeah, I'm at peace about the loss. My fellow countrymen wish to vote more pain for themselves, so be it. I have plans in place not to suffer with them.
bonziiii Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:57 PM
that's right the end the truth always prevails. God first and country second. I folded Old Glory last night and tucked her away. But I am confident that one day I will dust her off and be fly her again but for now she sleeps.

Despite a President Obama win last night, the Tea Party Patriots are vowing to keep fighting against big government and out of control spending in Washington D.C. They've also expressed great disappointment in Mitt Romney being what they describe as "handpicked" by the GOP establishment and is holding that establishment responsible for the loss last night.

 “For those of us who believe that America, as founded, is the greatest country in the history of the world – a ‘Shining city upon a hill’ – we wanted someone who would fight for us,” Jenny Beth Martin, National Coordinator of...