Skip to comments.VANITY - IN MOURNING
Posted on 11/06/2012 9:52:39 PM PST by Jean2
Sitting here browsing FR with my cat and getting somewhat blotto over the depressing election results. This is indeed a dark day in America.
I never thought I would live to see the day that my country would willingly embrace socialism.
It will however require a new approach.
We have for an entire generation sabotaged ourselves. Sold off our factories. And turned on each other.
That must stop.
I would like to see Ms. Palin, say something to that effect sometime soon. Just even a passing reference, or something similar.
Just to open a discussion.
I would love Sarah Palin to run..but hearing Krauthammer tonight he seems to want Jeb Bush to run(LOL OMG PLEASE NO) the GOP hasn’t learned their lesson and they probably never will
There’s only so many pulls from the bottle a man can take in his lifetime.
Some take em early.
Some leave em on the table.
Me, I saved em for tonight.
You are definitely not alone.
Sitting here at my keyboard at three o’clock in the morning with a sick feeling in my stomach, feeling utter shock and stunned disbelief.
I’m trying to wrap my brain around the fact that, after the last four years, the American people would be so abysmally stupid as to buy the president’s line of BS a second time.
And trying, with all my mental powers, to imagine the utter failure and ensuing chaos that’s now coming down the pike at us with broad strides and a neon sign on its head.
NO! We past the tipping point.
So many people on food stamps, EBT, welfare, government employment and the young the last 30 years have been polluted by union public school teachers. I think you can stick a fork in us. We created a cancer from within.
The kids of the last thirty years haven’t learned that kind of polticial critical thinking. Brainwashed in school, probably employed at times by government or living on unemployment or food stamps.
We toppled a tipping point. This election proves that.
It wasn’t about who was right or could do what is best for the country. It was about who can keep giving us stuff for as long as possible, even if the country goes down in flames.
Our people are mostly weak now and are takers, not makers.