Why Romney lost

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Another

Santa Fe, NM

#746 Nov 14, 2012
bryan durel wrote:
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Obastard... i'm going to use that lol.
disrespectful loser. Time to get on board with the country or get out of the way.

“Always wear your makeup!”

Since: Jul 12

Syracuse, NY

#747 Nov 14, 2012
CBOW wrote:
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Educated Americans don't live in small towns? Who the hell are you kidding? Get a clue boy, the smart Americans moved out of the cities 15 years ago. What do you think created the building boom? Not low interest rates or the dems pushing mortgages on low income earners, it was educated individuals who didn't want to raise families in the filth of cities. Grow up and get out more.
Get a life son and grow up. I have eight years College behind me and your post is out of line. Unregistered troll?

Figures. I presented the FACTS so keep voting for Republicans and keep losing. Americans do not care. It is a statistical fact that small Town America IS UNEDUCATED! PERIOD! THAT'S WHERE MOST OF WELFARE TAKES PLACE TOO!

“Always wear your makeup!”

Since: Jul 12

Syracuse, NY

#748 Nov 14, 2012
I should have taken his words out of his post since he's not registered and has no rights here.

Since: Oct 08

Alpharetta, GA

#749 Nov 14, 2012
Romney lost because of the 47%, that was too big of a headstart to overcome. Now that the non taxpayers outvote the taxpayers, bad things are gonna happen fast. you heard it here first.
CBOW

Dover, PA

#750 Nov 14, 2012
BlondePrince wrote:
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Get a life son and grow up. I have eight years College behind me and your post is out of line. Unregistered troll?
Figures. I presented the FACTS so keep voting for Republicans and keep losing. Americans do not care. It is a statistical fact that small Town America IS UNEDUCATED! PERIOD! THAT'S WHERE MOST OF WELFARE TAKES PLACE TOO!
Really, take a trip to inner city Baltimore, flatbush in NY, Miami, LA and so on. Big cities have the majority of dependents, section 8 housing, and ghettos. If the republicans decide to "support" the dependency and go against free markets, maybe they would win in the short term, but the bottom line, America loses. You claim to have 8 years college, yet you lack life experience, no fear, you will acquire it over time. Just so you know, I own a small business, have for 25 years in robotics. That is why I am not registered, but have always been CBOW and always will be. Plenty of trolls on here are registered, it doesn't make them any less of a troll. As far as being out of line, you post anything, your ideas and opinions are fair game to anybody reading them, so buck up and accept it. It's one of the drawbacks to being heard.
CBOW

Dover, PA

#751 Nov 14, 2012
inbred Genius wrote:
Romney lost because of the 47%, that was too big of a headstart to overcome. Now that the non taxpayers outvote the taxpayers, bad things are gonna happen fast. you heard it here first.
You couldn't be more correct. "sooner or later you run out of other people's many to spend", Margaret Thatcher

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#752 Nov 14, 2012
I agree with the slimming down of entitlements, especially generational welfare, foodstamp abuse and particularly section 8 housing.....But, until the republican's quit being the bodyguards of the corporate wealthy....until they become the party of all americans.....and when they slap down, the snotty, House republican's who stalled our economic recovery and displayed favoring party politics, over serving the country.....They will remain Number #2.....
CBOW

Dover, PA

#753 Nov 14, 2012
Go Blue Forever wrote:
I agree with the slimming down of entitlements, especially generational welfare, foodstamp abuse and particularly section 8 housing.....But, until the republican's quit being the bodyguards of the corporate wealthy....until they become the party of all americans.....and when they slap down, the snotty, House republican's who stalled our economic recovery and displayed favoring party politics, over serving the country.....They will remain Number #2.....
I don't see the dem party as the party of ALL AMERICANS, only the entitled, just as you claim that repubs only cater to corporate wealthy. The repubs are for the business owner, no matter how big or small. Do they cater to corporations. Yes, and this is why. The majority of employees choose to work for corporate America because they have "all the benefits". Small business owners, especially ones that choose to be sole proprietorships pay higher taxes. They have less to work with when it comes to re-investing. Americans have chosen the path we're on when it comes to free markets. We gave the corporations and politicians the very fuel it took to ignite a global economy.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#754 Nov 14, 2012
I appreciate the perils of the demand for open and free market's and where that has led....but, to say the democrats are the party of only the entitled, just loses me.....too snotty and too divisive, and just not honest....
Yeah

Santa Fe, NM

#755 Nov 14, 2012
inbred Genius wrote:
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keep trying to convince yourself of that baloney. That is one of many reason you guy's lost. You believed your own bs.
Sooner

Santa Fe, NM

#756 Nov 14, 2012
CBOW wrote:
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You couldn't be more correct. "sooner or later you run out of other people's many to spend", Margaret Thatcher
or later you will run out irrelevant, simplistic bumper sticker BS and will have to deal with reality. You should have learned your lesson last week.
CBOW

Dover, PA

#757 Nov 14, 2012
Sooner wrote:
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or later you will run out irrelevant, simplistic bumper sticker BS and will have to deal with reality. You should have learned your lesson last week.
Too bad it's not that simple......

Since: Aug 10

Buffalo, NY

#758 Nov 14, 2012
bryan durel wrote:
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Obastard... i'm going to use that lol.
The deep thinking conservative mind is a wonderous thing!
Yep

Santa Fe, NM

#759 Nov 14, 2012
CBOW wrote:
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Too bad it's not that simple......
dealing with reality is a real struggle for you guys.
CBOW

Dover, PA

#760 Nov 14, 2012
Yep wrote:
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dealing with reality is a real struggle for you guys.
Na, I don't need paxil or zoloft, but the percentage of liberal dems on the stuff is astonishing! It's why you all push for Odumbocare so vigorously, free meds for life, such as it is.
Still

Santa Fe, NM

#762 Nov 14, 2012
CBOW wrote:
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Na, I don't need paxil or zoloft, but the percentage of liberal dems on the stuff is astonishing! It's why you all push for Odumbocare so vigorously, free meds for life, such as it is.
having trouble with reality, I see.
CBOW

Dover, PA

#764 Nov 14, 2012
Still wrote:
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having trouble with reality, I see.
This post is a repeat of another, try again.......
Then

Santa Fe, NM

#765 Nov 14, 2012
CBOW wrote:
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This post is a repeat of another, try again.......
why do you it?
Bull

Malakoff, TX

#766 Nov 14, 2012
I liked Romney.
I didn't like Romney.
I liked Romney.
I didn't like Romney.

Oh No!! I'm sorry, I'm beginning to sound like Romney.
notice

Keene, NH

#767 Nov 14, 2012
Vance1 wrote:
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As of Monday, residents of Kentucky, Oregon, Montana, North Dakota, Mississippi, North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, New York, New Jersey, Colorado, Arkansas, South Carolina, and Missouri have all expressed interest in dissolving their relationship with the United States.
That's just great Vance! Onward out the door, please!

I think he's talking to you!

"President Obama's resounding victory was painful for the Right, no doubt about it, but Erick Erickson, editor-in-chief of RedState.com has a message for the extreme kook end of his party: Get Over It or Get Out.


Barack Obama won the election.

He did not win by stealing the election. Voter irregularities always happen. It is one reason we support voter ID rules. But even in the worse scenario of reports out there, there were not enough tales of voter irregularities to matter nationwide. This is another benefit and built in safeguard of the electoral college.

Barack Obama won. He won by turning out the most people in a well run campaign. In other words, he won fair and square.

We here at RedState are American citizens. We have no plans to secede from the union. If you do, good luck with that, but this is not the place for you.

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We have a place for you here if you wish to continue the fight against Republicans in Washington like John Boehner and Mitch McConnell who’d be happy to sell us down the river to keep their power, no matter how devoid of principle or sound policy. You have a place here if you’d like to keep fighting the Democrats who are intent on further stifling economic growth, pushing forward with Obamacare, bankrupting the nation, and siding with teachers unions against kids who deserve better.

Too many people have spent the past four years obsessed with birth certificates. Now they are obsessed with voter fraud conspiracies, talk of secession, and supposed election changing news stories if only we had known.

So let’s add dabblers in this latest nuttiness to birthers as a category of people we do not welcome at RedState. Our aim is to beat the Democrats, not beat a retreat to a Confederacy that Generals Grant and Sherman rent asunder well over a hundred years ago.

Even here at RedState, while we may not much care for him, President Obama is still our President and we are still quite happily citizens of the United States. If we must drain this fever swamp that’s taken hold of a few people on the right over this past week before we can drain the swamp in Washington, so be it.

All others need not apply.

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