Huge Victory

AOL

#168 Nov 7, 2012
93% of Blacks Voted for Obama.
71%of Hispanics Voted Obama.
An epidemic of self loathing has over taken the White majority and they are resigned to seeing America transition like Rhodesia was reborn as Zimbabwe.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#169 Nov 8, 2012
Logic wrote:
Another one bites the dust
Another one bites the dust
And another one does
And another one does
Another Republican bites the dust!
See ya!
Romney
Atkin
Mourdock
Brown
Mcmanon
West
Mendel
Walsh
Bites the dust. RiP
8 of them total bit the dust.
America is tired of that party and their out of touch ideology and showed them the way out.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#170 Nov 8, 2012
Huge Victory wrote:
93% of Blacks Voted for Obama.
71%of Hispanics Voted Obama.
An epidemic of self loathing has over taken the White majority and they are resigned to seeing America transition like Rhodesia was reborn as Zimbabwe.
Their vision is blurry to say the least.
Huge Victory

AOL

#171 Nov 8, 2012
ILAL wrote:
<quoted text>
8 of them total bit the dust.
America is tired of that party and their out of touch ideology and showed them the way out.
Luckily, for our kids the Fiscal Conservatives gained seats in the House. Yes, the Union funding Hacks who pretend to be Democrats at election time these days did increase their numbers in the Senate but the majority of Americans did not surrender to being Tax Slaves to the Unions.
the reason

Bronx, NY

#172 Nov 8, 2012
Huge Victory wrote:
<quoted text>
Luckily, for our kids the Fiscal Conservatives gained seats in the House. Yes, the Union funding Hacks who pretend to be Democrats at election time these days did increase their numbers in the Senate but the majority of Americans did not surrender to being Tax Slaves to the Unions.
The majority of Americans did not surrender to big money corporate interests, Super PACS as well who thought they could buy the election for Romney.
The GOP need to put their partisan politics and extremism aside stifling progress and do the job they were elected to do.
When big money merges with politics, you get candidates who can't win national elections because they're bound to the will of their campaign donors.
Logic

United States

#173 Nov 8, 2012
Hannity a dope.
O'reilly another dope
Beck and another dope
Trump a dumb dope
Rove the biggest dope
Beck the dumbest dope

These dopes were all over the media screaming Romney is going to win and what happen?

Then you have the dopes on topix believing the above mentioned dopes and now the dopes on topix are somewhere licking there wounds.

Kudos to the American people for exposing all these dopes and sending them into hiding
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#174 Nov 8, 2012
Logic wrote:
Hannity a dope.
O'reilly another dope
Beck and another dope
Trump a dumb dope
Rove the biggest dope
Beck the dumbest dope
These dopes were all over the media screaming Romney is going to win and what happen?
Then you have the dopes on topix believing the above mentioned dopes and now the dopes on topix are somewhere licking there wounds.
Kudos to the American people for exposing all these dopes and sending them into hiding
As usual, the Dope Brigade especially the characters you mentioned, were once again proven wrong as always.
Karl Rove had a major meltdown election night on Fox News when they announced President Obama the winner of the election.
You had to see it to believe how pathetic and goofy looking he was when the announcement was made, I nearly fell out of my seat with laughter when he lost it.
His 2 organizations, American Crossroads and Crossroads GPS, spent $300 MILLION in the presidential campaign, mainly attack ads and all they got was a 1% return.
And they think America would place the economy into the hands of these dopes?
They're responsible for the economy being in the condition that it it's in, in the first place.
The donors who gave the $300 million are awfully pissed off at what happened election day.
How will Rove explain the losses to his donors when he promised something he couldn't deliver?
Now he's whining that President Obama got lucky because of Hurricane Sandy; How lame?
Rove has now been labeled a has been according to members of his own party.
This is going to get even funnier as the excuses keep pouring in as to why Romney lost.
Sean Hannity had his meltdown last night on his show, stating Obama ran a "negative campaign" and how "union money" kept coming into his campaign.
This guy Hannity is totally laughable, he's believing his own BS, but that's the hallmark of a liar; you have to convince yourself that your lies are true when they're not before you can tell it to others.
As for Beck, Trump (Chump), O'reilly aka O'really; why bother?
They're all imbeciles that most laugh at.
Logic

United States

#175 Nov 9, 2012
I missed one

Rush the druggie dope
Huge Vitcory

AOL

#176 Nov 9, 2012
the reason wrote:
<quoted text>
The majority of Americans did not surrender to big money corporate interests, Super PACS as well who thought they could buy the election for Romney.
The GOP need to put their partisan politics and extremism aside stifling progress and do the job they were elected to do.
When big money merges with politics, you get candidates who can't win national elections because they're bound to the will of their campaign donors.
With three more Union Funding Operatives who pretended to be Democrats joining the Senate things will get much worse before they improve.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#177 Nov 11, 2012
Huge Vitcory wrote:
<quoted text>
With three more Union Funding Operatives who pretended to be Democrats joining the Senate things will get much worse before they improve.
They're not millionaires or billionaires who was the money going to Super PACS.
At this point, all remain to be seen.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#178 Nov 14, 2012
Logic wrote:
I missed one
Rush the druggie dope
And more who bit the dust;

Aiken

Mourdock

West

McMahon

to name a few besides Romney.
Hugh Gerection

New York, NY

#179 Nov 15, 2012
I can't believe the GOP didn't lose the house too.
ZCs

Bronx, NY

#181 Nov 16, 2012
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.
Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!
Dan Lungren,
See ya!!!
Democrat Ami Bera has defeated Rep. Dan Lungren (R-Calif.) in one of the closest House races of the cycle.
Bera and Lungren finished within a few hundred votes of one another on election night, but Bera's lead has grown in recent days as mail-in and provisional ballots were counted. He leads Lungren by slightly fewer than 4,000 votes with some ballots still left to be counted.
The Associated Press called the race for Bera late Thursday evening.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#182 Nov 16, 2012
ZCs wrote:
Another one Bites the Dust.
Another one Bites the Dust
and Another one does.
And Another one does.
Another Republican BITES THE DUST!!
Dan Lungren,
See ya!!!
Democrat Ami Bera has defeated Rep. Dan Lungren (R-Calif.) in one of the closest House races of the cycle.
Bera and Lungren finished within a few hundred votes of one another on election night, but Bera's lead has grown in recent days as mail-in and provisional ballots were counted. He leads Lungren by slightly fewer than 4,000 votes with some ballots still left to be counted.
The Associated Press called the race for Bera late Thursday evening.
GOP extremism is being rejected, the party is badly looking obsolete in their ideology and need to change their message if they ever expect to win elections in the future.
ILAL

Bronx, NY

#183 Nov 16, 2012
Logic wrote:
I missed one
Rush the druggie dope
He's always been a loser.
Logic

United States

#184 Nov 25, 2012
ILAL wrote:
<quoted text>
He's always been a loser.
It will be priceless when Rush finally bites the dust.
why not

Bronx, NY

#185 Nov 26, 2012
Logic wrote:
<quoted text>
It will be priceless when Rush finally bites the dust.
It's coming, it's just a matter of time.
His act has grown lame and tired.
What's amazing is the mindset of the ones that listen to that trash.
ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#186 Nov 27, 2012
Republicans' belief in the feel-good Fox News fantasies of what "real America" wanted and believed helped them lose the election. Would Romney have lost if his base didn't stubbornly insist that polls were rigged, that almost half the country was looking for a handout (and the other half was angry about it), and that government exists only to coddle or sabotage (not so much the "Nanny state" as Mommie Dearest)? The "conservative entertainment complex", as columnist David Frum put it, promulgated a view of the American electorate that wasn't just objectively false, in terms of polled support, but to which they objected. That is, they didn't just get wrong how much support Romney had; they told a story about American voters that Americans themselves didn't believe. You can't win an election by appealing solely to a class you've arbitrarily designated as the "makers" there are too many of us who don't believe getting back from your government is "taking". And when it comes to civil rights, you can't woo voters with a description of a future they're not part of. Ultimately, we didn't want to be the kind of country Mitt Romney and the Republican party told us we were.

The reality that Republicans even now seem to have trouble accepting is that not only do we not want to be Romney's America, we aren't and can't be: progress can't be undone, increasing diversity can't be willed into segregation. This isn't just a metaphorical point, either: between 2000 and 2010, the number of Americans who identify as multiracial grew three-and-a-half times faster than those identifying as being of a single race. Seventy-seven percent of Americans say they have a friend , co-worker or relative who's gay, up from 42% since 1992 . Women now attend college at rates higher than the male population and are the primary breadwinners for 60% of all families . Put that in a binder and smoke it.

One of the only divides in America that's growing is the one between the very rich and the very poor (now at its greatest since 1967). And as Bill Kristol (of all people!) has pointed out, Obama won two elections promising to narrow that divide. If Republicans are surprised that the viciously capitalist America of their imagination instead truly desires to "spread the wealth around", I'm even more surprised that people aren't angrier that Obama hasn't done more to make that happen.
Logic

United States

#187 Nov 27, 2012
Grover, get ready to bite the dust!
The Loon He Always Right

Lindenhurst, NY

#188 Nov 27, 2012
Did you see that weasel Peter King give Norqest the finger?

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