Ultra-Right Wingers Are Sore Losers After Election Losses

Nov 12, 2012 Full story: EDGE 75

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#44 Nov 14, 2012
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>President Obama, here till January 2017. How nice that sounds! Can't wait for the new Supreme Court justices he picks! Maybe THREE in this term. This adding to his 2 last ones....how sweet it is.
"Can't wait for the new Supreme Court justices he picks! Maybe THREE in this term"

That will be nice.

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#45 Nov 14, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
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When did mittens renounce his mexican citizenship?
All the Democrats had to do was inform the Tea party that Romney spoke French and that in itself would have cost him their support.

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#46 Nov 14, 2012
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>2004, how current. Thanks for the ANCIENT history. Anything else from that long ago era? I hear Ronald Reagan just died in 2004! Do you time to get to his funeral?
The GOP being the liars and hypocrites which they are, enjoy draping the Reagan banner over their shoulders but he was rather liberal compared to them and would have never been elected by today's republicans.

"Reagan even oversaw the Tax Equity and Responsibility Act of 1982, said to be the “largest peacetime tax increase in American history"

"Gay Rights: Proposition 6, also known as the Briggs Initiative, appeared on the California ballot during Reagan in 1978. The ballot measure would’ve prohibited gays and lesbians from working in public schools. Reagan opposed the initiative, arguing that “homosexuality is not a contagious disease” and that proximity to a gay or lesbian person would not influence children to be gay. Given that some of the GOP candidates not only oppose gay marriage but also don’t think gays should be adoptive parents, Reagan’s statement distinguishes him from the flock."

http://loop21.com/why-ronald-reagan-was-too-l...
Aphelion

Melbourne, FL

#47 Nov 14, 2012
Jose - in Miami wrote:
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The GOP being the liars and hypocrites which they are, enjoy draping the Reagan banner over their shoulders but he was rather liberal compared to them and would have never been elected by today's republicans.
"Reagan even oversaw the Tax Equity and Responsibility Act of 1982, said to be the “largest peacetime tax increase in American history"
"Gay Rights: Proposition 6, also known as the Briggs Initiative, appeared on the California ballot during Reagan in 1978. The ballot measure would’ve prohibited gays and lesbians from working in public schools. Reagan opposed the initiative, arguing that “homosexuality is not a contagious disease” and that proximity to a gay or lesbian person would not influence children to be gay. Given that some of the GOP candidates not only oppose gay marriage but also don’t think gays should be adoptive parents, Reagan’s statement distinguishes him from the flock."
http://loop21.com/why-ronald-reagan-was-too-l...
Much like the democrats who are comprised of mostly losers and moochers. Always looking toward their next government check and obama phone on the backs of the productive taxpayers of this country.

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#48 Nov 14, 2012
Aphelion wrote:
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Much like the democrats who are comprised of mostly losers and moochers. Always looking toward their next government check and obama phone on the backs of the productive taxpayers of this country.
The only gvmt checks I have ever seen were my military (Army) gvmt checks.

Don't try your BS with me because imagine half or more of the republican rednecks in this state see monthly gvmt checks as do the republican voting "Miami" Cubans who supported Rubio.

Enjoy the next 4 years and you can look forward to Rick Scott being voted out.

The state is changing for the best. No need to thank me , that is why we Yankees are here.

Since: Mar 07

United States

#49 Nov 14, 2012
Aphelion wrote:
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Much like the democrats who are comprised of mostly losers and moochers. Always looking toward their next government check and obama phone on the backs of the productive taxpayers of this country.
Silliness.

You don't need to be a Democrat to be un-employed or underemployed. Many of those "moochers" lost their jobs in the Republican recession. Many have jobs that don't allow them to make enough to feed their families. Those that are left are likely to be seniors on medicare.

You hate most of the country.

Like I said.

Silliness.
Aphelion

Melbourne, FL

#50 Nov 14, 2012
Jose - in Miami wrote:
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The only gvmt checks I have ever seen were my military (Army) gvmt checks.
Don't try your BS with me because imagine half or more of the republican rednecks in this state see monthly gvmt checks as do the republican voting "Miami" Cubans who supported Rubio.
Enjoy the next 4 years and you can look forward to Rick Scott being voted out.
The state is changing for the best. No need to thank me , that is why we Yankees are here.
I have no worries as any changes that Oblunder may institute will most likely not greatly impact me financially. However for the losers in this country, now that Oblunder has no longer any reason to apease them, they will get what they deserve from this snake oil salesman.
Aphelion

Melbourne, FL

#51 Nov 14, 2012
Quest wrote:
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Silliness.
You don't need to be a Democrat to be un-employed or underemployed. Many of those "moochers" lost their jobs in the Republican recession. Many have jobs that don't allow them to make enough to feed their families. Those that are left are likely to be seniors on medicare.
You hate most of the country.
Like I said.
Silliness.
You would be incorrect in your assumption that I hate most of the country. I love my country. I just have no time for dependents and those unable to care for themselves. These are the losers in America who are a drain on the incomes of the productive citizens who are participating in the economy. They are parasites

Since: Mar 07

United States

#52 Nov 14, 2012
Aphelion wrote:
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You would be incorrect in your assumption that I hate most of the country. I love my country. I just have no time for dependents and those unable to care for themselves. These are the losers in America who are a drain on the incomes of the productive citizens who are participating in the economy. They are parasites
And I suspect you are a lost job away from parasite yourself. Most Americans are.

And what woulds YOU propose? Cut off the unemployed, the disabled, the elderly, and all of the working poor? Let's see how secure YOU are, when others begin to starve.

A large percentage of the population stealing to survive and dying in the streets woulds simply be bad for business.
Aphelion

Melbourne, FL

#53 Nov 14, 2012
Quest wrote:
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And I suspect you are a lost job away from parasite yourself. Most Americans are.
And what woulds YOU propose? Cut off the unemployed, the disabled, the elderly, and all of the working poor? Let's see how secure YOU are, when others begin to starve.
A large percentage of the population stealing to survive and dying in the streets woulds simply be bad for business.
And you would be wrong once again. I am nowhere near being unemployed now nor in the future.

I am all for discontinuing welfare, food stamps, housing assistance, fuel assistance and extended unemployment.

Your liberal trash talk about people dying in the streets is just that ... trash talk as it has no basis in reality. It if did we would have seen such during the great depression, but alas we did not as it is not reality.

You sound like you’re the one without work and living off the labors of others in fear that one day the gravy train will stop and you may have to earn your way like many of us in this country.

But for the fact of government intervention and warning labels most of you liberal idiots would have been found long ago in the shower clutching your hair dryers.

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#54 Nov 14, 2012
Jose - in Miami wrote:
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The GOP being the liars and hypocrites which they are, enjoy draping the Reagan banner over their shoulders but he was rather liberal compared to them and would have never been elected by today's republicans.
"Reagan even oversaw the Tax Equity and Responsibility Act of 1982, said to be the “largest peacetime tax increase in American history"
"Gay Rights: Proposition 6, also known as the Briggs Initiative, appeared on the California ballot during Reagan in 1978. The ballot measure would’ve prohibited gays and lesbians from working in public schools. Reagan opposed the initiative, arguing that “homosexuality is not a contagious disease” and that proximity to a gay or lesbian person would not influence children to be gay. Given that some of the GOP candidates not only oppose gay marriage but also don’t think gays should be adoptive parents, Reagan’s statement distinguishes him from the flock."
http://loop21.com/why-ronald-reagan-was-too-l...
they have pretty much elevated Reagan to sainthood, in theory, but from what I have read, they would hoot him off the stage today for his beliefs. Short memories or false ones. Neither one a good thing.
Jane Dough

Montpelier, VT

#55 Nov 14, 2012
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>they have pretty much elevated Reagan to sainthood, in theory, but from what I have read, they would hoot him off the stage today for his beliefs. Short memories or false ones. Neither one a good thing.
both sides are just as bad...
you guys were talking about CLINTON lending O his HALO for crying out loud...

there is also something known as a sore winner...anyone seen any of that?

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#56 Nov 14, 2012
Jane Dough wrote:
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both sides are just as bad...
you guys were talking about CLINTON lending O his HALO for crying out loud...
there is also something known as a sore winner...anyone seen any of that?
Don't blame me. Through life, such as the school room which is THE training for later life, that I find gloating shows a true lack of class and reveals an underlying insecurity. Think back to school when some teacher's pet got good grades and gloated and made fun of average kids. Did ANYONE respect the gloating loud mouth, or like him or her? Now that I am older and have many teacher pals, they tell me that THEY hate the kiss-ass gloaters also!

I just wonder wonder wonder what the response would be if Romney HAD won from the conservatives. The gloating would be off the charts.
Jane Dough

Montpelier, VT

#57 Nov 14, 2012
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>Don't blame me. Through life, such as the school room which is THE training for later life, that I find gloating shows a true lack of class and reveals an underlying insecurity. Think back to school when some teacher's pet got good grades and gloated and made fun of average kids. Did ANYONE respect the gloating loud mouth, or like him or her? Now that I am older and have many teacher pals, they tell me that THEY hate the kiss-ass gloaters also!
I just wonder wonder wonder what the response would be if Romney HAD won from the conservatives. The gloating would be off the charts.
it wasn't that bad when they "shellacked" in 2010...

All I wonder is, will obama still blame bush in 2015?

I would also venture to say that 2016 will likely be like 2008....we will be so tired of a D administration we take anyone and Obama will be a bad word like Bush is now...

Since: Jul 11

Los Angeles, CA

#58 Nov 14, 2012
heh wrote:
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There is a third option in that they plan to go after the Latino population. What do you think Noticias MundoFox is for?
That was included in option #1 that I gave, about being inclusive of groups that they have previously ignored.
heh

Farmington, MO

#59 Nov 14, 2012
IrishmanLA wrote:
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That was included in option #1 that I gave, about being inclusive of groups that they have previously ignored.
Yep I suppose you're right. I shoulda read the post closer.
heh

Saint Louis, MO

#60 Nov 15, 2012
heh wrote:
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Yep I suppose you're right. I shoulda read the post closer.
A whole day without a post in this thread. Me saying someone else was right musta broke it.
Responsibility

San Mateo, CA

#61 Nov 15, 2012
Jane Dough wrote:
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All I wonder is, will obama still blame bush in 2015?
The good news and the silver lining is that we can't "blame" Romney for anything past his disastrous run in the 2012 election - and we should be thankful he is not our president.

Perhaps we can blame bush-baby that Romney lost? LOLL
heh

East Saint Louis, IL

#62 Nov 15, 2012
Responsibility wrote:
Perhaps we can blame bush-baby that Romney lost? LOLL
Maybe we can. My dad was always a loyal Republican voter till Bush came along. Dubyah showed my father how much the party had been taken over by religious zealots, so now he doesn't vote.

Since: Apr 08

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#63 Nov 15, 2012
heh wrote:
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Maybe we can. My dad was always a loyal Republican voter till Bush came along. Dubyah showed my father how much the party had been taken over by religious zealots, so now he doesn't vote.
I was always a loyal Democrat voter until that draft dodger ran for office.

I volunteered for the Navy, twice. As a veteran, I lost all respect for the Democrats when they chose that draft dodging son-of-a-bitch as their candidate, and despised what th is country had become when they elected him.

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