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

DotWins Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 4:28 AM
Well little partisans, it's been a very long but good day, I truly believe the best man won and I'm pleased that the polling was as accurate as I thought. It's not the end of the world that you lost and both parties have a lot of work to do even though the GOP has more and a more difficult task, finding the big tent again. I've been sleeping well but tonight I will sleep peacefully. Better luck next time and thank you Mitt since there's no way we should have won this one. It broke all the rules and that's a good thing. Somewhere in Colorado there are two really ticked guys who predicted Mitt would win. The first rule of American politics is no one ever really knows what's going to happen. Goodnight.
bigdawgworking Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 5:58 AM
Actually, you are incorrect. History shows that Americans love misery. 80 years ago, they elected and kept electing FDR despite his (and his predecessor's) policies that gave us the Great Depression.

Another one on the way. Enjoy!!

“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...