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Democrats Are the Silent Majority -- For Now

loadstar Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 6:36 PM
Why the deep chasm between the sides? I wonder if the bitter polarization is not exaggerated by the way people get their news now (randomly on the web) and the fact that the MSM have TOTALLY gone in the tank for the Left...they won't even ask the ObaMessiah about Benghazi, NOR complain that he simply refuses to have a presser to discuss it-- or have a presser PERIOD! I mean, the guy goes on the Freakin View for Chrissake to answer fawning questions of idolizers! The MSM WERE the best asset O had running for re-election with his PATHETIC record
Don't get too depressed, Republicans; the national decline will be divvied up justly. After all, in a liberal nation, there is no higher calling than fairness.

And a liberal nation it is. The electorate is complicated, and factors of culture and geography can dictate party identification more than any specific policy. And yes, the Republicans rolled out some ghastly candidates. But that shouldn't fool anyone; there's been a fundamental shift in how Americans view government's role in society, and the GOP is losing the argument.

There was no theoretical hope peddling this time around. There was a record. And Barack Obama also promised...