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Groundhog Day in America

noe_g Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:58 AM
I did not vote. I couldn't bring myself to vote O - and Romney is a corporate raider - exactly what brought so much misery to so many in the last decade. That said - if the GOP doesn't change, I won't be coming back. I'll stay home before I vote for a party that wants to go back. You all scream about deficits, but you'll spend us into the poor house for the military industrial complex and it's wild child Israel. It's all about WHAT we spend, where. Don't tell me O is a big spender, then pass more bills for military adventures. I don't hate Muslims... and I don't want war with them. AND NO< I don't think they're coming to get me. Xenophobia on the right is almost laughable. And you will not garner independents with old ways.
John3843 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 12:19 AM
Hey Jew hater! Clearly, irony is lost on you. Just go to some place like, oh, Flint Michigan and try giving out Christian literature. The Jihadists will call the police and have you arrested. And don't even go into some areas of London, UK. There are no-go areas that the Bobbies will tell you about that are infested with nasty Jihadists. Military Industrial Complex? Are you a hippie who missed the last helicopter out of the '60's? Your left wing military adventures like, World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Bosnia? The Dogeater has amassed more debt than all presidents before him.
Steve Tanton Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 11:10 AM
You are ignorant as to the true value of Bain Capital in an economically positive function. What you have said regarding Romney is simply not true. "You can't fix stupid." - Ron White
mmattei241 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:53 AM
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.