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To: Zeneta

“They fear conservatives, because they fear all the possibilities free people would have available to them.

They don’t trust free people, because they don’t trust themselves.”

That about sums it up. Also, rich white liberals tend to be more secular and they worship the state as their deity. Hence, they tend to get much angrier and more upset over their losses in elections. Just remember the hysterical reaction of the left in the 2000 election.

37 posted on 10/30/2012 8:37:49 PM PDT by ReformationFan
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To: ReformationFan

If anybody thinks the libs were unhinged in 2000, just wait till they lose next week.

These folks will go off the rails crazy.

Think about it. They came into the 2000 election with 8 years of Clinton and the next “Oracle” ready to carry them into a future utopia. The economy hadn’t yet crashed and how could some “yahoo” from Texas win without cheating ?

Now they got their “Messiah”

All will be good in the world again after 8 years of cowboys and oil men.

Not only did they get the win in 2008, they won big !!!

Anybody that is so committed to this current administration and the “Hope & Change” polices of their fearless leader, to continue to support him, are going to crash really hard when he is voted out.

It’s going to be like cult members learning that it’s been one big fraud.

Some will accept it and move on, but the true believers will go nuts and will provoke others to act out.

The true believers are loud, elitists with money. They will get sympathy from their cohorts in the media.

This fight is far from over.

Winning this election is just the first step.

The battle is on.

46 posted on 10/30/2012 9:04:32 PM PDT by Zeneta (Why are so many people searching for something that has already found us ?)
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