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I'm Not Bitter -- Much

cheeriosinmypocket Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:51 AM
George Soros said he would not make the same mistake he made in the 2004 campaign. He, his money and his evil agenda have won the 2008 and now 2012 elections for President. Basically, we have enough citizens with sub-level morals, and those who are "learned helpless" requiring government handouts to not need many more to sway the election into the hands of those who want to see America swallowed up by an International leadership.

President Barack Obama's re-election puts Republicans on notice. No matter what we do, the media will portray us as extreme, venal, stupid or anti-woman -- if not as individuals, then guilty by association. The GOP nominee must bear the burden of admittedly medieval statements on pregnancy and rape -- uttered by Senate hopefuls Richard Mourdock in Indiana and Todd Akin of Missouri. Mitt Romney renounced the statements -- and still they tarnished the GOP brand.

On the other side, all Democrats are moderates. Party bigs need never explain why Elizabeth Warren, senator-elect from Massachusetts, padded her credentials as an...