Can the Republicans please stop being...

Can the Republicans please stop being sore losers

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Did not vote

Souderton, PA

#1 Nov 15, 2012
All I hear is cry babies! Romney lost,get over it!
Inquiring Mind

Quakertown, PA

#2 Nov 15, 2012
Did not vote wrote:
All I hear is cry babies! Romney lost,get over it!
It's not a football game. The things that were wrong before the election are still wrong. Obama was president and will be president, Congress is the same. Nothing's changed. The problems are the same and likely to get worse. If you didn't vote, you have no room to put down people who did.
Jersey Duke

Quakertown, PA

#3 Nov 15, 2012
The election was stolen in the big cities. If it was the other way you dems would soun
d like squealing pigs!

Since: Jan 12

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#4 Nov 16, 2012
<ahem>At least... <coughing>we didn't have a Gore-ish problem...
LOL
Okay

Broomall, PA

#5 Nov 16, 2012
Did not vote wrote:
All I hear is cry babies! Romney lost,get over it!
Then you have NO RIGHT to complain.
Really

Quakertown, PA

#6 Nov 16, 2012
How about Obama just stop lying. Can you say Benghazi.

Since: Dec 11

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#7 Nov 16, 2012
Jersey Duke wrote:
The election was stolen in the big cities.
How was it 'stolen'?

Because urban black people didn't vote for the guy whose religion says black people are evil?

Since: Jan 12

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#8 Nov 16, 2012
OH please, are not beyond this racial c rap.
Obama is black, he got into office the first time.

I don't care if he's a smurf but that he's as crooked as Gargalmel he is.... is ... is
Forever

Perkasie, PA

#9 Nov 16, 2012
Inquiring Mind wrote:
<quoted text>
It's not a football game. The things that were wrong before the election are still wrong. Obama was president and will be president, Congress is the same. Nothing's changed. The problems are the same and likely to get worse. If you didn't vote, you have no room to put down people who did.
You're right, Obama will propose the same legislation he did the first 4 years to help the economy, and the House will refuse to bring the bills out of committee. Congress needs to at least bring things up for debate and find a compromise, not like the last 4 years.
Did not vote

Souderton, PA

#10 Nov 16, 2012
Okay wrote:
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Then you have NO RIGHT to complain.
I do have a right to complain,I didn't vote because I didn't feel either one has the ability to get our Great Nation out this situation.

My vote was taken away! I will not vote for the lesser of two evils. Including my party I feel both parties are to blame.

Since: Jan 09

Central NJ

#11 Nov 16, 2012
I thought that Romney had a problem when Pa's voter ID law was gutted, but I dismissed it. After all, there were so many Romney signs visible. Both here and NJ. Clearly, whatever happened, happened in the cities. This election needs a lot of investigation. BTW What happened to the military vote? Was it suppressed? Clearly, this is the most questionable election in recent history. The people behind this have slapped us with a foreign born president, who has been re-elected under criminal conditions.
Regards, Terri
Jersey Duke wrote:
The election was stolen in the big cities. If it was the other way you dems would soun
d like squealing pigs!

Since: Dec 11

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#12 Nov 16, 2012
TerryE wrote:
I thought that Romney had a problem when Pa's voter ID law was gutted, but I dismissed it. After all, there were so many Romney signs visible. Both here and NJ. Clearly, whatever happened, happened in the cities. This election needs a lot of investigation. BTW What happened to the military vote? Was it suppressed? Clearly, this is the most questionable election in recent history.
Based on what? All the polling showed that Obama was going to win.

You haven't provided evidence of anything sketchy that lost it for Romney.
Did not vote

Souderton, PA

#13 Nov 16, 2012
At least 9 polling places in Philly didn't get 1 vote for Romney. Clearly some racially motivated votes.

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#14 Nov 16, 2012
Did not vote wrote:
At least 9 polling places in Philly didn't get 1 vote for Romney. Clearly some racially motivated votes.
Why is it racially motivated? These are people who Romney will do absolutely nothing for. He has zero appeal, so he got zero votes.
Crystal Balls

Newtown Square, PA

#15 Nov 16, 2012
94% of african americans voted for Obama.
If you believe that people didn't vote due to skin color, you are kidding yourself.
Geez, if it was the other way around, there would endless cries of racism.

Out of all the groups Obama promised things to, the Latinos will be the death of the democratic party. Unlike AA's, they are able to break the cycle and move into the middle class rather quickly.
They are generally very conservative, hard working people. When all Obamas gifting ends, they will see what is going on. Spend some time in the Latino community. Besides the citizenship issue, they are republicans. God fearing, hard working, not exactly liberal about social policies (lots of Catholics).

I lean republican, but I have a hard time voting for people who are willing to legislate on the basis of the bible (or any other religion). I really hope that the two parties can work together and fix things, I don't think Obama or any of the dems have any economic solutions. Good at telling you what to do, but light on actual action or solutions. It's your show now Chief. Don't wanna hear about the state things were left in any more.

Since: Jan 12

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#16 Nov 16, 2012
Crystal Balls wrote:
94% of african americans voted for Obama.
If you believe that people didn't vote due to skin color, you are kidding yourself.
Geez, if it was the other way around, there would endless cries of racism.
Out of all the groups Obama promised things to, the Latinos will be the death of the democratic party. Unlike AA's, they are able to break the cycle and move into the middle class rather quickly.
They are generally very conservative, hard working people. When all Obamas gifting ends, they will see what is going on. Spend some time in the Latino community. Besides the citizenship issue, they are republicans. God fearing, hard working, not exactly liberal about social policies (lots of Catholics).
I lean republican, but I have a hard time voting for people who are willing to legislate on the basis of the bible (or any other religion). I really hope that the two parties can work together and fix things, I don't think Obama or any of the dems have any economic solutions. Good at telling you what to do, but light on actual action or solutions. It's your show now Chief. Don't wanna hear about the state things were left in any more.
<tranced by the Crystal ball>..lt speaks the truth!!
pgh

Greensburg, PA

#17 Nov 16, 2012
House Speaker John A. Boehner appears determined to run our economy into the ground; then he'll blame it on Obama. There are some republicans who are sensible, but too few.
Joe

Springfield, NJ

#18 Nov 16, 2012
Jersey Duke wrote:
The election was stolen in the big cities. If it was the other way you dems would soun
d like squealing pigs!
Are you for real? Do you ever think before you post?
Inquiring Mind

North Wales, PA

#19 Nov 16, 2012
Forever wrote:
<quoted text>You're right, Obama will propose the same legislation he did the first 4 years to help the economy, and the House will refuse to bring the bills out of committee. Congress needs to at least bring things up for debate and find a compromise, not like the last 4 years.
Do you know how many bills came out of the House and never made it to the Senate floor because they were squashed by Harry Reid? I agree there should be debate, but this notion that it is totally the fault of Republicans is completely bogus. All the promises by Obama and the Democrats about listening to new ideas and being bipartisan never materialized. Why should anyone agree to increasing taxes without first seeing a budget and plan for reducing the deficit? That makes about as much sense as not reading the Obamacare bill until after it becomes law. BOTH parties are being irresponsible.

Since: Jan 12

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#20 Nov 16, 2012
It's not THEIR money what do they care?

All their investments are probably in China...

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