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I'm Not Bitter -- Much

Lynn422 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:11 AM
The most telling words came from an associate I work with; he is a Coptic Christian whose family fled Serbia. He summed up the election with what he sees (in his American 'peers')-'they are lazy. None of them want to work and everyone knows they will get a handout". This is what we're headed for. The Democrats will always 'play to the crowd' by telling them what they want to hear- their 'programs' will continue while the rest of us work, and pay taxes to keep them happy. Sad but true...

President Barack Obama's re-election puts Republicans on notice. No matter what we do, the media will portray us as extreme, venal, stupid or anti-woman -- if not as individuals, then guilty by association. The GOP nominee must bear the burden of admittedly medieval statements on pregnancy and rape -- uttered by Senate hopefuls Richard Mourdock in Indiana and Todd Akin of Missouri. Mitt Romney renounced the statements -- and still they tarnished the GOP brand.

On the other side, all Democrats are moderates. Party bigs need never explain why Elizabeth Warren, senator-elect from Massachusetts, padded her credentials as an...