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Romney Concedes: "I Believe in the People of America"

ChieflaughsatSheep Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:08 AM
For people that take every opportunity they can to preach "personal responsibility," you all sure whine like little children when you lose. It's up to you - there's two roads you can travel down: 1.) you can continue to bemoan the President with your usual half-baked diatribes of hatred, erroneously labeling him everything from a socialist to a muslim (and worse) or 2.) you can grow up and start talking within your party about a re-branding strategy to reclaim viability.
Wendy60 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:13 AM
I agree that we should stop accusing him of being a Muslim, because he is a Communist and everyone knows it. Even you. But why would we re-brand? As I explained, we are winning. We just gained three Tea Party seats in the Senate tonight. We held the House and the Senate for the GOP. In two years, when your lazy, morally barren brethren fail to show up at the polls because there are no incentives to do so, we will pick up even more seats. There is a good chance we will oust some of the people your ilk have installed today. So I am not following your re-branding logic. Our brand seems to be working - when it's applied.
ChieflaughsatSheep Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:18 AM
Perhaps you should refrain from drinking before you comment next time - your comment is nothing but alcohol-fueled bravado that's all bark and no bite. Akin, Mourdoch, Walsh - the lunatic fringe is what's sinking you and you're too darn proud to admit it.
Wendy60 Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:28 AM
It's not "alcohol-fueled bravado." It's simple math. You can look around and see the number of seats we have picked up in these two elections, then project what will happen in two years when your lazy, morally barren brethren fail to show up at the polls because there are no incentives to do so.

Tea Party is still non-social issue. So when you mention Akin and Mourdoch, i.e., you are talking about rape baby comments, it has nothing to do with the Tea Party. They lost qua social/religious conservatives.
Capt-Call Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:10 AM
I'll not be hiring anyone else , and working for cash as much as possible from here on out.

“I wish all of them well,” Governor Mitt Romney said in front of a somber crowd at Romney Headquarters in Boston. “I pray that the president will be successful in guiding our nation.”

After a long year of campaigning, Romney congratulated President Barack Obama on his re-election tonight and provided his supporters with faith by touting Paul Ryan’s fiscal leadership.

“I want to thank Paul Ryan for all he has done for our campaign and for our country, besides my wife Ann, Paul is the best choice I’ve ever made,” Romney said. “ I...