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Philadelphia Came out in Astronomical Numbers for Obama

HarryReidsATruePatriot Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 12:26 PM
"Tea baggers and Republicans are consumed with jealousy and rage after getting beaten by a better man. Face it, the conservative ideology was flatly rejected by the people. It wasn't Mitt Romney's faultt. The conservative/tea bagger movement has failed and is wrong and corrupt. Progressive ideology has won the day and is the future of the great United States" Exactly.
dukebluedevil Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 12:33 PM
We get your message loud and clear. If you don't agree with everything WE believe in, keep your head down and keep your mouth shut. Freedom of speech only applies if you are a progressive. Otherwise, if you dare to say anything, you will be vilified in every possible media forum. This is how we progressives show how tolerant we are. As a conservative, I am not consumed by "jealousy and rage" but I am getting really tired of Progressive name-calling. If your ideology is so much superior to any other option, why must you continually resort to name-calling? I'm not criticizing you, just saying I'm tired of the name-calling and wondering why you all find it necessary.
AskGermaine Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 12:31 PM
Exactly. But remember....that just means we are catching up with the rest of the world.
Robin311 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 12:29 PM
All you got was a mandate on hand outs, Harry. Obama wasn't honest with the American people about the scope of the progressive agenda that he is planning to implement, so saying that the election was a mandate for the progressive agenda is a bold faced lie.

In Philadelphia President Obama won the city with 85% of the vote, but in 13 precincts he won 99% or more. This vote is mostly due to the large African American populations in these wards. Obama carried these same ones in 2008.

Even though many voters were not as enthusiastic to vote this year, these wards in Philadelphia managed to be just as excited to vote for Obama.

"In this election, you had to point out to the people what was at stake. And in many cases, they felt that the Romney doctrine was not going to favor the working...