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It’s Mourning in America

ForeFathers Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 1:06 PM
For those six million (more or less) who did not go and vote compared to the 2008 election, but you didn't want Obama reelected, you should be in mourning. And just what are the Republicans doing? They have no idea how to enter the PR battle. They want to go play golf at a resort and have meetings to discuss their image. It sucks.
John903 Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 3:18 PM
I am mourning with you, I did vote for Romney, but it was really against obama. We need a party that represent the values of our founding fathers, not these rino's and democrats. We are in trouble.

Today is Obama’s second swearing in, and despite what the Obama-adoring, Kool-Aid- drinking liberal mainstream media tells you, this is a day for sadness, not celebration. It's time to mourn for what Obama is doing to America....and even worse, for what he has planned for the next four years. The economy is in free-fall. Economists are suddenly all agreeing that Obama’s “solution” to the fiscal cliff—gigantic tax increases that are already taking big bites out of paychecks—will crater our projected economic growth for 2013. It’s bad out there, and getting worse every day. The fact is: We are in an Obama...