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1916. 1936. 1996.

America isn't very fond of re-electing Democratic presidents.
Whatever your point was, you've omitted 1940, 1944, 1948, and 1964.
 

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I have been reading this section for months, though rarely posting here.

I was wondering if the republicans on this board would come out here on election night and in defeat act as gentlemen, or continue to act like pompous, windbags.

Guess I have my answer.
 

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Sad day for our great republic

Great day for leftists everywhere.

The Democrats can celebrate along with the likes of...

Rev Wright
Bill Ayers
Bernardine Dohrn
Farrakhan
Hugo Chavez
Hamas
Fidel Castro

I'm certain that everybody will enjoy the party.
 

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Enjoy your socialism.
Propaganda has taken the public through film and items hidden from (by) the news.

Be prepared for a bumpy two years, economically speaking.
You will all be working harder to support the government as it supports a larger voter base via welfare.

Good times, if that's what you like.
 

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Let's face it:

George Bush was hugely unpopular
The Financial Mess was the icing on the cake
Obama is the most unqualified man to ever hold the office
He will have large majorities in both Houses
The Democrats will be in control
The tide is on their side
This is their day
The Republicans essentially deserved what they got
No one can take that away from them
They must now resolve the war; improve the economy; keep the country safe; change the world; undue all inequities in society; and in two years there will be a referendum on Obama

That's where we are.
 

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I have been reading this section for months, though rarely posting here.

I was wondering if the republicans on this board would come out here on election night and in defeat act as gentlemen, or continue to act like pompous, windbags.

Guess I have my answer.
Some of us who are gentlemen and Republicans are quietly nursing a stiff drink in the library, pondering our future in the new Republic. :icon_smile:

My feeling is that we have no one to blame but ourselves. We long ago departed from the ideals of Ronald Reagan who built the party back up in the first place.

Now that he is president, I for one will support Obama. Goodness knows he's going to need all the support he can get, given the mess we're in as a country.
 

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It is a great day indeed. While some of you may miss all of the lies and easy fleecing of our nation, it is time to rebuild from the shambles we are in. I would also have been happy with McCain but Obama does bring new hope and the promise of a better nation.
God bless Obama.
 
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