In response to:

Situation Lousy, Don't Change a Thing

Missourimule2 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 11:41 AM
I've read 2 analyses today that both said that there was a big drop-off in (1) white voters, and in (2) rural white voters . . . . . in other words, the people that should have been there to counter Obama's obvious solid base in the black community. Why? The one reason I saw was that the Obama strategy of demonizing Mitt Romney . . . . of making him into that 'super rich' person who got that way by closing factories and firing people, and who couldn't possibly care about "you" . . . . worked. So instead, we're left with 4 more years of an arrogant, self-absorbed, statist who will continue to steal more of our personal and individual rights from us . . . . . learn to think for yourselves, voters.
loadstar Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 11:55 AM
Good post...sadly, we simply have more and more ignorant voters who are gullible to the promises of more stuff...who are just OK with gument dependency
Republicans are mystified that in a nation they know as fundamentally conservative, a president they regard as deeply radical has been re-elected. But Americans didn't vote for Barack Obama because they are liberal. They voted for him because they are conservative.

Not conservative as defined by modern Republicans but as defined by the dictionary: "disposed to preserve existing conditions, institutions, etc., or to restore traditional ones, and to limit change."

This election changed as little as possible. The presidency, the House of Representatives and the Senate stayed in the same hands as before. Gridlock and stalemate were given a new lease. Americans may...