USA is Dead Long Live the USA

USA is Dead Long Live the USA

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Neighbor

Northbrook, IL

#1 Nov 7, 2012
Un-united Socialists of Ameica... USA... USA...

My jaw is still on the table. Are there really that many pro Socialist Marxist voters? Obviously yes. Wow... I don't feel angry to my surprise, more an ashamed of America feeling really.

Well my friends, I think it's now time to prepare for the worst economic times in history. Your children, and grandchildren will never experience the oportunities, and freedoms we have had. Once they are gone, they are gone. Hail Cesar!

America has indeed been transformed.

You think Obama complained about the bad economy & debt he inherited from Bush? Wait until he realizes the bad economy & debt he inherited from himself!

I now view the House Of Representatives as our Fort McHenry.
Professor

United States

#2 Nov 7, 2012
The bottom line is the people chose Tyranny over FREEDOM.
Storm Warning

Baraboo, WI

#3 Nov 7, 2012
Well both of you need a political enema, your generation started this happy horse szhit when you attacked the nation standing for the People of Europe, you bottle fed this monster every step of the way. When the handful tried to stand you turned your back on them. Now you can stew in your own jews.
Mitt Rommney was nothing more than another pampered east coast liberal parading around just like John Mexicain. you failed to wake up the huge number of people who saw absolutely nothing at all to get excited about. This loss is directly the responsibility of Rinsed Priapus and his gang of Israeli madmen. Obama didn't win this election you jerk wads lost it. The White people of this country should never have supported anything you ever did. you have sold us out and pandered and i warned you clowns this would happen. Dumb azzes.
Neighbor

Northbrook, IL

#4 Nov 7, 2012
Sounds like Storm forgot to exhale that toke?
Professor

United States

#5 Nov 7, 2012
Your going to feel the effects of your decision soon. You won't need a political enema. You will have it coming out of both ends when obama & co get done with you.
Jack

Chicago, IL

#6 Nov 7, 2012
You guys don't get it. Every time you use words like socialist, Marxist, communist, or describe the president as a Muslim who hates America, you are just alienating your party. You lose independents, and frankly you look crazy.

I really hope you guys don't talk like this in your non-anonymous, non-topix real life. Your family and friends are definitely talking behind your back and your little hateful quirk.

I said it before and I will say it again. This is a progressive nation and you can't stop progress. The old time conservative, tea party, agenda is dying off.... Literally! I hear people saying the conservative base didn't show up to the polls yesterday. Well, yeah, that's because their dead! This conservative 1950's form of thinking will be extinct faster than you can hang a tea bag on your head.

Mitch McConnell made it clear what his agenda was last night. If he looks forward to more years of gridlock, then he's done. He's up in 2014 and he will get toasted.

Big win for America last night. God bless the USA!
JOLIET JAKE

Chicago, IL

#7 Nov 7, 2012
Storm Warning wrote:
Well both of you need a political enema, your generation started this happy horse szhit when you attacked the nation standing for the People of Europe, you bottle fed this monster every step of the way. When the handful tried to stand you turned your back on them. Now you can stew in your own jews.
Mitt Rommney was nothing more than another pampered east coast liberal parading around just like John Mexicain. you failed to wake up the huge number of people who saw absolutely nothing at all to get excited about. This loss is directly the responsibility of Rinsed Priapus and his gang of Israeli madmen. Obama didn't win this election you jerk wads lost it. The White people of this country should never have supported anything you ever did. you have sold us out and pandered and i warned you clowns this would happen. Dumb azzes.
I can't stand Illinois Nazis.
Concerned Citizen

Chicago, IL

#8 Nov 7, 2012
Jack wrote:
You guys don't get it. Every time you use words like socialist, Marxist, communist, or describe the president as a Muslim who hates America, you are just alienating your party. You lose independents, and frankly you look crazy.
I really hope you guys don't talk like this in your non-anonymous, non-topix real life. Your family and friends are definitely talking behind your back and your little hateful quirk.
I said it before and I will say it again. This is a progressive nation and you can't stop progress. The old time conservative, tea party, agenda is dying off.... Literally! I hear people saying the conservative base didn't show up to the polls yesterday. Well, yeah, that's because their dead! This conservative 1950's form of thinking will be extinct faster than you can hang a tea bag on your head.
Mitch McConnell made it clear what his agenda was last night. If he looks forward to more years of gridlock, then he's done. He's up in 2014 and he will get toasted.
Big win for America last night. God bless the USA!
Jack is right on. This is 2012 - why the heck are Republicans talking about birth control, rape and contraception? For Pete's sake that was stuff debated in the 60's and 70's.

When the minority (latino) population is increasing, Romney take a position opposing the Dream Act just so that he can beat Perry in a primary? Perry was a non-starter in the first place. Way to alienate a growing base of voters!

The most telling thing was watching the Tea Party take it on the chin last night. If that doesn't tell you something then you have your eyes closed. The R's had better reevaluate that wing of their party and the voice they give them if they hope to enjoy any chance of success in future elections.
USA is dead

United States

#9 Nov 7, 2012
The country is gone forever. get ready for the stock market to crash, and all you "rich" people that have 401K's....Obama is going to take all of it in the name of defict reduction. of course none of it will go to reduce the defict, instead to pay for food stamps and section 8 housing etc.

$6.00 gas is just around the corner, and get ready for lines to get it. of course you will only be allowed 10 gallons a week.

Lines at the grocery store, food shortages, lines at the doctors office, and general misery.

Meanwhile Obama and al sharpton will be eating lobster & enjoying your life savings!
RomneyRyan2012

New Lenox, IL

#10 Nov 7, 2012
Jack wrote:
You guys don't get it. Every time you use words like socialist, Marxist, communist, or describe the president as a Muslim who hates America, you are just alienating your party. You lose independents, and frankly you look crazy.
I really hope you guys don't talk like this in your non-anonymous, non-topix real life. Your family and friends are definitely talking behind your back and your little hateful quirk.
I said it before and I will say it again. This is a progressive nation and you can't stop progress. The old time conservative, tea party, agenda is dying off.... Literally! I hear people saying the conservative base didn't show up to the polls yesterday. Well, yeah, that's because their dead! This conservative 1950's form of thinking will be extinct faster than you can hang a tea bag on your head.
Mitch McConnell made it clear what his agenda was last night. If he looks forward to more years of gridlock, then he's done. He's up in 2014 and he will get toasted.
Big win for America last night. God bless the USA!
Believe it or not I wish the democrats had control of the house and senate. That way there would be no one but the democrats to blame in 2016. I'm really disgusted with the direction this country is going in and I think we are going to pay a big price for the people we elected in this race.
been there

Elmhurst, IL

#11 Nov 7, 2012
Concerned Citizen wrote:
<quoted text>
Jack is right on. This is 2012 - why the heck are Republicans talking about birth control, rape and contraception? For Pete's sake that was stuff debated in the 60's and 70's.
The "war on women" was a politically spun, baseless, "fluked" 2012 Democrat issue.

I supported Romney, but am not surprised at the outcome. I think the extremists were perfect political fodder for the Democrats. I am hopeful that the Republicans can begin their search now for a 2016 candidate who can bring some fiscal sanity and economic and military security to the forefront. We cannot ignore the fact that unless we are economically and fiscally strong, we cannot properly defend ourselves as a nation, and we know that international terrorism has NOT waned.

I am also tired of the divisiveness this administration has fostered over the last four years, tired of the incessant whining and blaming of everyone else.
Neighbor

United States

#12 Nov 7, 2012
Right there with ya. If Obama did in the last 4 years, what he said then, and repeated in his speech last night, we would not be in this position. They still voted for this?

Then again, when Jessie Jr gets re-elected @63% last night, it'd hard to beat the idiot voters here.
Jack

Chicago, IL

#13 Nov 7, 2012
been there wrote:
<quoted text>
The "war on women" was a politically spun, baseless, "fluked" 2012 Democrat issue.
I supported Romney, but am not surprised at the outcome. I think the extremists were perfect political fodder for the Democrats. I am hopeful that the Republicans can begin their search now for a 2016 candidate who can bring some fiscal sanity and economic and military security to the forefront. We cannot ignore the fact that unless we are economically and fiscally strong, we cannot properly defend ourselves as a nation, and we know that international terrorism has NOT waned.
I am also tired of the divisiveness this administration has fostered over the last four years, tired of the incessant whining and blaming of everyone else.
If the "war on women" was politically spun, then why was Romney so vague and contradiciting himself on issues like Roe v Wade? He can't say he would overturn Roe v Wade so that he can win the GOP primary and then say he wouldn't overtunn it during the presidential election. You completely lose the trust of the american people and the press deservedly makes a meal out of you.

The next president will make AT LEAST 2 supreme court nominations (maybe more). If you put in a couple of Thomas's and Scalia's, then women are toast and this stuff does matter.

When you talk about divisiveness, look at Mitch McConnell, not Obama.
been there

Elmhurst, IL

#14 Nov 7, 2012
Jack wrote:
<quoted text>
If the "war on women" was politically spun, then why was Romney so vague and contradiciting himself on issues like Roe v Wade? He can't say he would overturn Roe v Wade so that he can win the GOP primary and then say he wouldn't overtunn it during the presidential election. You completely lose the trust of the american people and the press deservedly makes a meal out of you.
The next president will make AT LEAST 2 supreme court nominations (maybe more). If you put in a couple of Thomas's and Scalia's, then women are toast and this stuff does matter.
When you talk about divisiveness, look at Mitch McConnell, not Obama.
Nothing and nobody will reverse Roe v. Wade. Sheesh. I am a woman and I don't go around whining like the men around here with this pretend war on my own gender. We can help ourselves just fine.

In fact, I think there is a war against white collar, successful, hardworking, educated men in this country.

McConnell's comments are divisive at times, but Obama is president and needs to act like it after 4 years of practice and stop blaming everybody else for his blunders.
Jack

Chicago, IL

#15 Nov 7, 2012
been there wrote:
<quoted text>
Nothing and nobody will reverse Roe v. Wade. Sheesh. I am a woman and I don't go around whining like the men around here with this pretend war on my own gender. We can help ourselves just fine.
In fact, I think there is a war against white collar, successful, hardworking, educated men in this country.
McConnell's comments are divisive at times, but Obama is president and needs to act like it after 4 years of practice and stop blaming everybody else for his blunders.
If you don't believe that Romney had tremendous pressure on him to reverse Roe v Wade, then I have a bridge to sell you. Heck, the entire catholic church tells their followers to base their entire vote on this single issue.

Thanks god the religious right whacko's are a dying wing of your party. There are far too many issues to be concerned about than a women's right to choose. Leave it alone. Romney didn't. He awoke a sleeping giant trying to beat Rick perry in a primary debate, and it cost him in the big election.

You can't start off your campaign alienating women and minorities and end up only campaigning to white males. There just aren't enough votes there.

And don't worry, rich white men will still do very well under Obama.
Professor

United States

#16 Nov 7, 2012
Jack wrote:
You guys don't get it. Every time you use words like socialist, Marxist, communist, or describe the president as a Muslim who hates America, you are just alienating your party. You lose independents, and frankly you look crazy.
I really hope you guys don't talk like this in your non-anonymous, non-topix real life. Your family and friends are definitely talking behind your back and your little hateful quirk.
I said it before and I will say it again. This is a progressive nation and you can't stop progress. The old time conservative, tea party, agenda is dying off.... Literally! I hear people saying the conservative base didn't show up to the polls yesterday. Well, yeah, that's because their dead! This conservative 1950's form of thinking will be extinct faster than you can hang a tea bag on your head.
Mitch McConnell made it clear what his agenda was last night. If he looks forward to more years of gridlock, then he's done. He's up in 2014 and he will get toasted.
Big win for America last night. God bless the USA!
You are either niaeve to the fact, or to afraid look in that direction. His first two years were spent socializing healthcare. Then spending billions on socialized programs and green energy.Never once looking at the jobs and economy crisis. Then the last two years refused to work across the aisle, refused to drill. That would have been the start of energy independence and shovel ready jobs. Grasps radical muslim nations, and ignores israel. His refusal to wear the flag pin, refusal to stand at attention with his hand on his heart during the star spangled banner, The list of defiance and reproach brough against America by him goes on and on. What do you think he is about?

The election is over. The discussion about it is over for me. You will see and feel the effects of his socialist agenda and dissent against America.

Next we will be told 7.9% unemployment is the new 5.0% Everything will be bushes fault or someone else. It will never be him.
Truth707

Mokena, IL

#17 Nov 7, 2012
Jack wrote:
<quoted text>
When you talk about divisiveness, look at Mitch McConnell, not Obama.
The first salvo of divisiveness was fired by the dems when they ramrodded obamacare through in 2009. McConnell's one term remark was a year later. While obamacare may give you the warm fuzzies, on paper this country just can't afford it. The bloody trail will first be seen in the service industry as full-time workers get moved into part time jobs.
well neighbor

Glenview, IL

#18 Nov 7, 2012
Neighbor wrote:
Un-united Socialists of Ameica... USA... USA...
My jaw is still on the table. Are there really that many pro Socialist Marxist voters? Obviously yes. Wow... I don't feel angry to my surprise, more an ashamed of America feeling really.
Well my friends, I think it's now time to prepare for the worst economic times in history. Your children, and grandchildren will never experience the oportunities, and freedoms we have had. Once they are gone, they are gone. Hail Cesar!
America has indeed been transformed.
You think Obama complained about the bad economy & debt he inherited from Bush? Wait until he realizes the bad economy & debt he inherited from himself!
I now view the House Of Representatives as our Fort McHenry.
Romney and the Republicans lost because of the radical views of the "Tea Party" and "Grover Norquist" if they continue to play those radical games they will lose more seats in the mid-term election. Those views of the angry white extreme Christians are the 1950's and are a boat anchor around the neck of the Republican party. It's change or die out completely for the radicals who would push their beliefs on others who don't agree. Boehner may become the next casualty of being on the wrong side of history.

" No room for angry old white guys".
been there

Elmhurst, IL

#19 Nov 7, 2012
Jack wrote:
<quoted text>
If you don't believe that Romney had tremendous pressure on him to reverse Roe v Wade, then I have a bridge to sell you. Heck, the entire catholic church tells their followers to base their entire vote on this single issue.
Thanks god the religious right whacko's are a dying wing of your party. There are far too many issues to be concerned about than a women's right to choose. Leave it alone. Romney didn't. He awoke a sleeping giant trying to beat Rick perry in a primary debate, and it cost him in the big election.
You can't start off your campaign alienating women and minorities and end up only campaigning to white males. There just aren't enough votes there.

And don't worry, rich white men will still do very well under Obama.
You seem to harbor a lot of resentment after Obama has won re-election. I didn't vote for him and am not bothered like you are. Poor baby.

Let me repeat - no one is taking away, or will ever attempt to take away, Roe v. Wade. If any women believed that, then they are idiots. And obviously the men who used this lie to scare women into thinking this would happen are nothing more than sexist pigs.

We, men and women, have more to worry about on national and international economic and security levels. Too bad our politicians aren't up to the challenge and would rather clamor for votes while wrestling imagined issued.
Jack

Chicago, IL

#20 Nov 7, 2012
Professor wrote:
<quoted text>
You are either niaeve to the fact, or to afraid look in that direction. His first two years were spent socializing healthcare. Then spending billions on socialized programs and green energy.Never once looking at the jobs and economy crisis. Then the last two years refused to work across the aisle, refused to drill. That would have been the start of energy independence and shovel ready jobs. Grasps radical muslim nations, and ignores israel. His refusal to wear the flag pin, refusal to stand at attention with his hand on his heart during the star spangled banner, The list of defiance and reproach brough against America by him goes on and on. What do you think he is about?
The election is over. The discussion about it is over for me. You will see and feel the effects of his socialist agenda and dissent against America.
Next we will be told 7.9% unemployment is the new 5.0% Everything will be bushes fault or someone else. It will never be him.
If there are enough of these guys spewing this crap in 2016, Hillary will have cakewalked to presidency. Keep it up professor retard.

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