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Post Obama Win, Tea Party Not Backing Down

ColdDeadHand Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:02 AM
America is finished. Different groups on the right will use this loss as an excuse to turn on each other and while we stand around like the 3 Stooges slapping each other and poking each other in the eyes the left will solidify their control of everything. Conservatives are now nothing more than a political sideshow. The nation has now completed the transition from apathy to dependence. The logical and inevitable conclusion will be stepping from dependence to bondage. We are not worthy of the freedom our forefathers fought and died for. We have gotten the government we deserve.
amackent Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:15 AM
After a defeat like this, 'Conservatives' probably need to get at each others throats to some extent. We need to figure out how we could get gutted like this when we should have been able to win in in a landslide. How could our turnout drop 14 million from 2008? What happened to the fire (Tea Party)?
mulbery Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:21 AM
Its all about the hate. People don't like people who hate. While many tea partiers are great americans, some are racist, anti-hispanic, anti-gay, anti-Muslim...and many American don't like seeing that on display. It was the far right that lost it for the rest of the right. The Republicans need to come out strongly for equality for everyone and drop the social conservatism.
FlamingCapitalist Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:24 AM
Just shut up. Are you serious with this garbage?
mulbery Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 10:53 AM
You are reluctant to take a dose of reality. That's cool - you'll keep losing.
westriversd Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 12:08 PM
In other words, let's just do away with the 2 party system and let's just have one big party of progressives. Look at the money that would be saved on elections and campaigns. Geez we could just let Obama stay as long as he and Michelle like.

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.

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