Sun letters=sour grapes

Sun letters=sour grapes

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google

Little Rock, AR

#1 Nov 13, 2012
Danny Johnson, Hank Hall, Tim Howard, Joyce Cook.

Republican losers? Complaining about losing. The people spoke-you lost-get over it or move to Canada. The majority of us are happy with the election. You guys are dinosaurs and will soon be extinct. Get your shots in while you can. I am only writing this because I finally quit laughing at your statements. JOn Hubbard? REALLY?

The sky is falling.....the sky is falling.....HA
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#2 Nov 13, 2012
google wrote:
Danny Johnson, Hank Hall, Tim Howard, Joyce Cook.
Republican losers? Complaining about losing. The people spoke-you lost-get over it or move to Canada. The majority of us are happy with the election. You guys are dinosaurs and will soon be extinct. Get your shots in while you can. I am only writing this because I finally quit laughing at your statements. JOn Hubbard? REALLY?
The sky is falling.....the sky is falling.....HA
Easy to say wile your sucking from the government tit.
Black

Fayetteville, AR

#4 Nov 13, 2012
google wrote:
Danny Johnson, Hank Hall, Tim Howard, Joyce Cook.
Republican losers? Complaining about losing. The people spoke-you lost-get over it or move to Canada. The majority of us are happy with the election. You guys are dinosaurs and will soon be extinct. Get your shots in while you can. I am only writing this because I finally quit laughing at your statements. JOn Hubbard? REALLY?
The sky is falling.....the sky is falling.....HA
Roughly 49 out every 100 people are not "happy" with the election. Enjoy the majority. A few people vote differently, and suddenly you're the "dinosaur." The candidate you voted for may have won, but that doesn't make you, personally, a "winner." Food for thought.
google

Little Rock, AR

#6 Nov 14, 2012
Never said I was made a "Winner". I am a business man who will probably pay more taxes in the next 4 years. But I am willing to do that to help build this country and to help those that need help.Voting differently doesn't make you a "dinosaur". Hanging on to old ideologies that don't work in this changing world make you a dinosaur.Nobody wins unless the country is made better. The party of "NO" needs to learn to compromise. The times are changin'-if you can't lend a hand then get out of the way. Because we are moving forward.
google

Little Rock, AR

#7 Nov 14, 2012
And one thing about Jon Hubbard....an old white guy writing that it was good for the black race to be brought to America as slaves? That was a benefit? That it gave them opportunity?Please......that is offensive to me and I am an old white guy.
realistically speaking

United States

#9 Nov 14, 2012
google wrote:
Never said I was made a "Winner". I am a business man who will probably pay more taxes in the next 4 years. But I am willing to do that to help build this country and to help those that need help.Voting differently doesn't make you a "dinosaur". Hanging on to old ideologies that don't work in this changing world make you a dinosaur.Nobody wins unless the country is made better. The party of "NO" needs to learn to compromise. The times are changin'-if you can't lend a hand then get out of the way. Because we are moving forward.
Especially at this point paying more taxes isn't going to help anybody but the traitors collecting the taxes and stuffing their pockets. Reduction in government and government waste is the way to go. You're not much of a businessman.
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#10 Nov 14, 2012
Black wrote:
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Roughly 49 out every 100 people are not "happy" with the election. Enjoy the majority. A few people vote differently, and suddenly you're the "dinosaur." The candidate you voted for may have won, but that doesn't make you, personally, a "winner." Food for thought.
Still using that Republican feel good math? The results - Obama/Biden 50.8%(332) Romney/Ryan 47.8%(206). So 48% of people WHO VOTED wanted another outcome.

Obama 62,346,445
Romney 58,976,480

There are roughly 311,591,917 in the USA. 58,976,480/311,976,480 = 0.1890414303 x 100 = 18.9%

So 18.9% of Americans voted for Romney.

And the electoral college demographics clearly favor the Democrats.

Food for thought?
google

Little Rock, AR

#11 Nov 14, 2012
Dear "realistically speaking",
Please....I did not think I had to point out the obvious Business 101 points. All people know you have to cut out "waste" (as you call it)to run any business efficiently. But without revenue to cover your basic expenses you don't really have a business, do you? You seem to be an angry person since to you all people running our country are "traitors" or just the ones that don't think like you? How do you propose to reduce government? The country keeps growing in population and you want to provide services with the same amount of staff working in the government departments? Don't you sometimes need to add staff if your business grows? Try not to let your anger consume you. I'm sure you are a good person even if i'm not a good businessman-even though you don't know me to make that judgement....hummmmmm

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