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Sarah Palin: Don't Lose Heart

Chicago Undercover Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 3:07 AM
"We must survive. United. One nation under God." We will. We are not (nor do I suspect we will be for some time) and anyone who says it is lying. There is no unity in this country anymore. Have you HEARD whet lefties like goader, val, alli, et al say about us? We are, actually, the only people on the planet that they will call their enemies. Even their president refers to us as "the enemy". Stop perpetrating this lie that we are a united nation. And we are most definitely NOT one nation under God, except that everything falls beneath him. We are most certainly NOT, as a nation, submitted to God. Sorry to burst your bubble Sarah, sweetie, but this country has seen it's best days. And I doubt we will see them again anytime soon.
annfan_777 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:22 AM
Pessimism is not helpful. Give me optimists like Palin anyday.
Cosda Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:59 AM
Right. This wasn't a defeat, it was more a draw. Nothing changed in the political make up. Looking over the election stats, I can see were congressional districts went for Obama yet at the same time returned a Republican congressman with landslide numbers and as long as we hold the house we can keep the "free stuff" to minimum. Like a true wannabe dictator, Obummer has no succesor. He is the youngest of his ilk. There are no Rubios, Ryans, Cruzs or Chrisities on left.

From her Facebook page:

America, don’t lose heart. This election is not an “Obama mandate,” nor is it a rejection of conservatism. Unanswered ads like this one running in blue collar swing states defined Romney early on, and the Obama media also piled on with the narrative that Romney would harm the middle class. (As I personally have witnessed, once a bell is rung by a biased media, it’s impossible to un-ring it.) Ironically, it’s Obama’s socialist policies that will destroy America’s working class as he outsources opportunities.

Hang in there, America. Fight for what is...

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