What the 2012 election taught us

Nov 6, 2012 Full story: The Washington Post 10,324

We've been scouring the data for clues as to what we should learn from what happened tonight as President Obama relatively easily claimed a second term.

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#3023 Nov 23, 2012
gossamer wrote:
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The majority voted for Obama for the handouts.
The majority who voted for Obama did so because his administration has successfully pitted Americans against each other.

There has NEVER anything approaching the current level of animosity of class vs class, race vs race.

Obama, the great divider.

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#3024 Nov 23, 2012
Eric Gustafson wrote:
ROFLMAO....$500 Billion a year is absolutely Conservative Propaganda and crazy talk.
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Roll on the floor all you want.

The Fiscal Year 2013 Federal Budget estimates health care, pensions, and welfare (safety net programs) will comprise 54-56% of spending.

“Liberal Teachers ruin Kids”

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Paradise Valley Arizona

#3025 Nov 23, 2012
gossamer wrote:
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The majority voted for Obama for the handouts.
Amen Bro..its hard to run against Santa Clause

“Liberal Teachers ruin Kids”

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Paradise Valley Arizona

#3026 Nov 23, 2012
Hostess Bakery is a prime example. of Union corruption.

18,000 people lose their jobs because of idiot union leaders

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#3027 Nov 23, 2012
ToManyLaws wrote:
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If the GOP want the poor to become rich why do the GOp types always ship the jobs to COMMIE china????
Your a moron. The GOP want the rich to be rich and the rest of us to be slaves/....LIKE IN COMMIE CHINA.
LOL..."GOP types"?

Your claim that "The GOP want the rich to be rich and the rest of us to be slaves" proves yet again you're a slave to leftist propaganda.
Some Random Dude

Santa Cruz, CA

#3028 Nov 23, 2012
Doctor My Eyes wrote:
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Fabulously put comment! Hostess Bakery is a prime example.
The mentality of people who would so easily put 15,000 people out-of-work rather than giving up unrealistic profits and executive raises/bonuses is inconceivable. In this case, greed definitely won out over decency.
Apparently, the American way is to allow those with a financial advantage free reign to deprive others; but anybody else... class warfare. Supporters of that concept are either irrevocable hypocrites to the worst imaginable degree or they are just too ignorant to realize who's really sucking the life out of our economy. I don't know which is worse... THAT hypocritical or THAT ignorant.
Some Random Dude

Santa Cruz, CA

#3029 Nov 23, 2012
Vance1 wrote:
Hostess Bakery is a prime example. of Union corruption.
18,000 people lose their jobs because of idiot union leaders
It's always the unions with you isn't it? You're such a f*cking shill.

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#3030 Nov 23, 2012
Vance1 wrote:
Hostess Bakery is a prime example. of Union corruption.
18,000 people lose their jobs because of idiot union leaders
Unions served a very useful purpose in their hay day.

Pensions (aka "income security") are draining city and state budgets and will be responsible for $551 BILLION federal spending in 2013.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/special/...

The UAW was bailed out because it's an extremely powerful union. If car companies were owned and run by "evil corporations", the outcome would have been much different.

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#3031 Nov 23, 2012
Some Random Dude wrote:
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Apparently, the American way is to allow those with a financial advantage free reign to deprive others
This country "those with a financial advantage free reign to deprive others?" Really?

Your source for this, um, bold claim? Maybe some examples of this deprivation?
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#3032 Nov 23, 2012
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>know it wasnt, have ever heard of Feudalism.
Feudalism
Feudalism was a set of legal and military customs in medieval Europe that flourished between the 9th and 15th centuries, which, broadly defined, was a system for structuring society around relationships derived from the holding of land in exchange for service or labour.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feudalism
lol! Excellent!
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#3033 Nov 23, 2012
La Santa Muerte wrote:
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The majority who voted for Obama did so because his administration has successfully pitted Americans against each other.
There has NEVER anything approaching the current level of animosity of class vs class, race vs race.
Obama, the great divider.
lol! Son, you people being the instigators would clearly need the other side to fight with.

The rest of us would rather push along improving America.

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#3034 Nov 23, 2012
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! Son, you people being the instigators would clearly need the other side to fight with.
The rest of us would rather push along improving America.
Your instigator claim is laughably false, the rest, just your usual BS. Besides, only an America-hating socialist would say increasing food stamp and safety net use is improving America.

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#3035 Nov 23, 2012
Eric Gustafson wrote:
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First mistake is using Feudalism, if he's going to insist Capitalism has been around since the beginning of time, he's not going to have any knowledge of Feudal Lords, and Feudalism.
So he's not going to understand the societal hierarchy of Surfs, Serfdom and Peasants that came with that entire System.
I agree they dont have a understanding that Fuedalism was before Capitalism and that and in a Fuedalist Society the Store owners were actually considered the Capitalist within Fuedalism.

“Liberal Teachers ruin Kids”

Since: Mar 09

Paradise Valley Arizona

#3036 Nov 23, 2012
La Santa Muerte wrote:
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Unions served a very useful purpose in their hay day.
Pensions (aka "income security") are draining city and state budgets and will be responsible for $551 BILLION federal spending in 2013.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/special/...
The UAW was bailed out because it's an extremely powerful union. If car companies were owned and run by "evil corporations", the outcome would have been much different.
Yep! Unions have ran their coarse in the USA
Union Membership Rate Fell Again in 2011
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/28/business/un...
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#3037 Nov 23, 2012
La Santa Muerte wrote:
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Your instigator claim is laughably false, the rest, just your usual BS. Besides, only an America-hating socialist would say increasing food stamp and safety net use is improving America.
lol! And yet, you continue to push your hate upon others because it better makes your personal case.

Son, you're so ludicrous and don't even know it!

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#3038 Nov 23, 2012
Yeah wrote:
<quoted text>lol! And yet, you continue to push your hate upon others because it better makes your personal case.
LOL! You couldn't point out a post where I'm 'pushing my hate on others' if your life depended on it.

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#3039 Nov 23, 2012
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>I agree they dont have a understanding that Fuedalism was before Capitalism and that and in a Fuedalist Society the Store owners were actually considered the Capitalist within Fuedalism.
More like no one cares. Capitalism (under many names) and corporations have been around for centuries.

Remember your orders, komrade! Move on! Forward! LOL
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Mililani, HI

#3040 Nov 23, 2012
La Santa Muerte wrote:
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LOL! You couldn't point out a post where I'm 'pushing my hate on others' if your life depended on it.
lol! Not to your standards my little hitler-ite.

Just to normal people!
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#3041 Nov 23, 2012
La Santa Muerte wrote:
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More like no one cares. Capitalism (under many names) and corporations have been around for centuries.
Remember your orders, komrade! Move on! Forward! LOL
lol! I know son.

Cons like to more backwards!
VN Vet

Hopewell, VA

#3042 Nov 23, 2012
Vance1 wrote:
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Yep! Unions have ran their coarse in the USA
Union Membership Rate Fell Again in 2011
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/28/business/un...
I was a union member for 30 years, it did some good, and some bad. There is a place for unions, but not in the public sector. I got out of the union when THEY started screwing me and my fellow workers. The unions of today are run by the crime families and only want more and more power at the expense of the country and the people. Think of Hostess. Power corrupts, and total power corrupts totally. Look at Obama.

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