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Groundhog Day in America

jbaddy Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 4:39 AM
What was it ObamAssad said in 2010, vote three times, four times, however many times it takes? Hand it to the Democrats, they really Chicagoed this one. Are you kidding me? In NY, you walked into the polling place, gave them a name, any name, signed a sheet next to that name and they gave you a ballot, no id, no questions asked. If you wanted you could go to the next precinct, the next town, hell , the next state and vote again and again. Hell, it takes more id to get a pack of cigarettes at 7-11 than to vote for president in this country. What a }u(k!ng joke.
Barack Obama won a moderately close victory over Mitt Romney on Tuesday. But oddly, nothing much has changed. The country is still split nearly 50/50. There is still a Democratic president, and an almost identically Democratic Senate at war with an identically Republican House, in a Groundhog Day America.

Obama's win did not really reflect affirmation of his first term, given that the president made only halfhearted efforts to defend Obamacare, the stimulus, huge Keynesian deficits and his attempts to implement cap-and-trade. So if there is a second-term agenda, even Obama supporters don't quite know what it will be.