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Unhinged by Obama

PubliusGuam Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 5:48 PM
How naive!
PecosPete.38 Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 5:53 PM
Willfully ignorant, naive, adolescent, hiding from the truth, but I believe the best word of all is DENIAL of the obvious.
PecosPete.38 Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 6:18 PM
Fools of ourselves? For predicting voter fraud if states didn't demand ID? And now listen to what's coming out about it.....More and more counties are reporting excessive numbers of voters exceeding the population of the counties. Fools of ourselves for demanding answers to Benghazi before the election...and not even a press conference in two months? Have you seen the pictures of our tortured Ambassador who asked for help repeatedly before this went down? And was denied.
restoreliberty Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 5:18 AM
Yes, we were certainly naive about the repercussion of a second Obama term. Don't worry I sure you will not feel a bit foolish when you get your notice.

Just since the election, 27,000+ people have received layoff notices that
will eliminate their jobs by the end of the year. Elections and policies affect behavior but Democrat politicians and their supporters simply refuse to learn that lesson. So once again, they must be taught that bad policies whether in taxation, manipulation of the housing market, or the deliberate destruction of the energy health care sectors have consequences.
On Wednesday morning, sober conservatives pondered an election defeat, swallowed their disappointment and turned their attention to things that truly affect their lives, such as work and family. But there are other conservatives, who were profoundly affected by their collision with reality.

Upon learning of Barack Obama's victory, they envisioned themselves in one of two movies: "Man on a Ledge" or "Braveheart." The first group fell into utter despair. The second chose furious defiance. All agree the apocalypse is at hand. The argument is only about what to do next.

Why the reaction should be so intense is a mystery. We have already...