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  • Russian Attack Sub Off Our Coast As Sequestration Looms

    11/07/2012 10:40:09 AM PST · by raptor22 · 42 replies
    IBD EDITORIALS ^ | November 7, 2012
    Defense: The fruit of unilateral disarmament, appeasement and promised "flexibility" patrols our East Coast near one of our largest ballistic missile submarine bases. Defense cuts and Russian subs — a double whammy. 'On June 1 or a bit later, we will resume constant patrolling of the world's oceans by strategic nuclear submarines," Russian Navy Commander Admiral Vladimir Vysotsky said in February. Keeping that promise, a Russian Sierra-2 class nuclear attack submarine cruised within 200 miles of our East Coast on the eve of a U.S. presidential election in which defense spending and priorities were a key issue. This is the...
  • Im so sorry that Obama was re-elected

    11/07/2012 11:00:49 AM PST · by saywhatnow · 8 replies
    Me ^ | 11/7/12 | Misty
    Breaks my heart for those who died in Libya, never getting help
  • Five ways the mainstream media tipped the scales in favor of Obama

    11/07/2012 10:52:38 AM PST · by rightwingintelligentsia · 8 replies
    FoxNews ^ | November 7, 2012 | Rich Noyes
    Fox News and other media outlets have projected that President Obama has been reelected to a second term. If, in celebrating his victory Obama wanted to give credit where credit is due, he might want to think about calling some of America's top journalists, since their favorable approach almost certainly made the difference between victory and defeat. Reviewing the 2012 presidential campaign, here are five ways the media elite tipped the public relations scales in favor of the liberal Obama and against the conservative challenger Mitt Romney:
  • We have until December 17th - Vanity

    11/07/2012 10:34:04 AM PST · by GraceG · 6 replies
    What happens on December 17th... The electors certify the election, this means that Obama cannot do something completely off the wall bonkers UNTIL that date, then he can do anything he wants, becasue he doesn't even need a supreme court judge to swear him in, any ol' socialist RDDB judge will do if he wants in Janurary... We have a brief respite until the Lame 4 years begin....
  • Proof Positive That Socialism Thrives by Dumbing Down America

    11/07/2012 10:17:48 AM PST · by Stayfree · 7 replies
    Self | Nov. 7, 2012 | Stayfree
    When single women vote with their sex organs, gay marriage becomes popular, marijuana becomes legal, young people and blacks want entitlements instead of jobs and millions of illegals vote with their stupidity, you can count on the liberals in our education system to outperform themselves by dumbing down America so the sheep will put socialists and liberals in power.
  • "Gentlemen don't read each other's mail"

    11/07/2012 10:14:20 AM PST · by westcoastwillieg · 3 replies
    11/7/12 | Joe Lynch
    "Gentlemen don't read each other's mail" "Gentlemen don't read each other's mail," declared Secretary of State Henry Simpson as he closed the code breaking operation of our State Department. Fortunately, cooler heads prevailed and the OSS was formed to do just that and we know how that turned out. Using Simpsonesque logic, Republicans tried to defeat an opponent who would lie, cheat and steal by staying above the fray and we know how that turned out. We elected a president who presented a birth certificate that an Arizona Sheriff's Posse says is a forgery—has a questionable draft registration card and...
  • So, Does Barack Obama have a mandate?

    11/07/2012 9:22:59 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 55 replies
    Hotair ^ | 11/07/2012 | Ed Morrissey
    In the aftermath of any victory, presidential candidates proclaim a new mandate to move forward on the values of their campaign. Barack Obama will probably be no different, but National Journal's Ron Fournier warns that claiming a mandate after this election would be politically dangerous --- and a fantasy: Barack Obama won a second term but no mandate. Thanks in part to his own small-bore and brutish campaign, victory guarantees the president nothing more than the headache of building consensus in a gridlocked capital on behalf of a polarized public.If the president begins his second term under any delusion that...
  • Getting out of a war that refuses to end

    11/07/2012 9:21:24 AM PST · by Jyotishi · 10 replies
    The Pioneer ^ | Wednesday, November 7, 2012 | Ashok K. Mehta
    Only the Americans, with the help of Russia, China and, most of all their fair-weather ally Pakistan, can save Afghanistan and put in place a regional mechanism for enduring peace, post-2014 The most hotly debated and contentious security and foreign policy issue of the century is Afghanistan or AfPak, if you like. Starting as a war of choice for the US following 9/11, it has become a war Washington and its allies want to abandon and forget. The turnaround for President Barack Obama in consigning Afghanistan to a ‘good enough’ policy from one that focused on ‘nation-building’, indicates the declining...
  • The 2014 and 2016 Elections Start Today: What We Can Do Differently Going Forward

    11/07/2012 9:18:20 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 23 replies
    HillBuzz ^ | November 7, 2012 | Kevin DuJan
    Last night was an absolute shock to the system, because Americans decidedly rejected a decent and competent man with a real plan to get this country back on its feet. Instead, the Ministry of Truth succeeded in pushing voters to choose four more years of wild spending, government intrusion, chaos, and ineptitude. It’s tempting to lash out and succumb to anger this morning…and waking up today knowing that Barack Obama and the Left would be in power for another four years was cold and numb…since it just didn’t seem possible that Americans would want to subject themselves to an actual...
  • "4 More Tears" Today AND Into the Trenches Tomorrow: We Will Take America Back In 2014!

    11/07/2012 9:02:41 AM PST · by NOBO2012 · 9 replies
    Michelle Obama's Mirror ^ | 11-7-2012 | MOTUS
    The good news is, we survived the storm. The bad news is, we survived the storm. And the chair’s still empty. (snip)If there is a moral to this story it is that voting is indeed the best revenge. Better, even, than voting your lady parts. Of course if you vote for both revenge and your lady parts, you end up with 70% of the single lady vote. Do nice guys always finish last? Apparently. And assuredly, when the only kind of class anyone will vote for anymore is “warfare.” If these are your foot soldiers, you might want to...
  • Last Rites or Last Stand?

    11/07/2012 9:00:28 AM PST · by xuberalles · 13 replies
    Self | 11/07/12 | Vanity
    The coming demographic tidal wave I feared has officially arrived. Barack Obama, despite all his failures and treasonous scandals, actually increased his vote with minorities. As I said months ago, we cannot continue to lose over 90% of the black vote, 75% of the Latino vote, and expect to win. It’s too much to overcome being Democrats continue to appeal to more women while still getting a sizable share of white voters. When I touted Marco Rubio and Allen West for VP it was exactly because of these inescapable facts. And for the record, I love Paul Ryan and think...
  • Gross: Fixing 'Cliff' Will Mean 'High, Higher' Taxes

    11/07/2012 8:44:18 AM PST · by Hojczyk · 37 replies
    CNBC ^ | November 7,2012 | Jeff Cox
    A newly re-elected President Barack Obama will push for higher taxes -- including a dividend-tax hike that will cause a substantial drop in stocks, Pimco's Bill Gross told CNBC Wednesday. Obama will get little time to enjoy his election victory Tuesday, as he will have to get to work quickly with Congress to avoid the nation's "fiscal cliff" of looming mandated tax increases and spending cuts. One likely remedy for revenue-raising will be to take the current dividend tax rate of 15 percent and hike it five to 10 percentage points, said Gross, co-CEO at the firm that runs the...
  • Republican Business Owner Fires 8-Employess (all Obama supporters) Day After Election

    11/07/2012 8:52:48 AM PST · by Arcy · 74 replies
    Cannot Reveal Due to Possibility of Lawsuits | 11-7-12 | Arcy
    The day after the election, 8-employees of a Florida based company were individually called into the office of management and informed that their services would no longer be needed following the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend. The owner and his company cannot be named for fear of legal hassles and thug reprisals, even though Florida is a "right-to-work-state". He had previously let it be known to trusted individuals outside the company, that if Barack Obama was re-elected, the healthcare laws and other anti-business policies the Obama admistration is pushing would force his company to down-size, and that his down-sizing would begin with...
  • Time to Build a Tower: Obama Reelection Requires a Movement

    11/07/2012 8:37:35 AM PST · by tcg · 6 replies
    Catholic Online ^ | 11/7/2012 | Keith A Fournier
    I stayed up as late as I could - as late as I had to - to confirm what I had suspected for some time - President Barack Obama was reelected to another four year term of office. I slept surprisingly well. Not because I am not worried about the future of Nation and the freedom of the Church under the coming second Obama term. I am deeply worried. But because I knew I had done everything that I could to ensure a different result and that the future is in the hands of a loving God. ...There are serious...
  • McCain 2008 more votes than Obama 2012? WTH?

    11/07/2012 8:08:17 AM PST · by GlockThe Vote · 39 replies
    Drudge | 11/07/2012 | self
    2012 OBAMA -- 59,651,236 ROMNEY -- 57,028,531 2008 OBAMA -- 69,456,897 MCCAIN -- 59,934,814 ____________________________________ WTF!!!!!
  • Tea Party Leader blames "weak-kneed" Romney, Republicans for loss to Obama

    11/07/2012 8:14:01 AM PST · by Marketfly1 · 25 replies
    Bayoubuzz ^ | November 7, 2012 | Bayoubuzz Staff
    According to one Tea Party leader, the reason for Mitt Romney’s loss to President Barack Obama is that he was not conservative enough and was “weak-kneed” and a throwback to Bob Dole and John McCain. The President Bush’s were not named, however. In a press statement, entitled “Tea Party Vows "No Retreat" and a subtitle “Promise to search out candidates with clear conservative records; no more Dole-McCain-Romney nominees”, the group leaders said the following:
  • This Time Obama Really Should Blame His Predecessor

    11/07/2012 8:01:20 AM PST · by CaroleL · 14 replies
    TalkingSides.com ^ | 11/07/12 | CaroleL
    President Barack Obama won a second term last night and must now begin the hard work of cleaning up the mess left by the man who held the office for the last four years. In his first term, Mr. Obama presided over an unprecedented expansion of the federal government. He and his Congressional accomplices increased our national debt by $5.4 trillion and burdened the country with trillion dollar deficits ever year. President Obama 2.0 will begin his term trying to fight off sequestration; the deep spending cuts and crippling tax increases due in January because he kicked the problem of...
  • So Romney Lost. Its Still Go Time

    11/07/2012 7:58:46 AM PST · by joeclarke · 7 replies
    JoeClarke.Net ^ | 11/07/2012 | JoeClarke.Net
    St. Paul said, "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." 1 Cor 15:19. Of course, I was disappointed Romney lost, but it is not as if the Bolsheviks have toppled and killed the Czar and his family, yet. President Obama will not have an easy time this next four years, and it is very hard to foresee the nation's economy increasing, much less our morality - which is the engine of a prosperous nation as opposed to pure economic gain. China could be doing much better with its regimented society working for...
  • Bam the ladies’ man

    11/07/2012 6:31:24 AM PST · by ConservativeStatement · 29 replies
    New York Post ^ | November 7, 2012 | CARL CAMPANILE
    President Obama won re-election last night because women voters had his back. A majority of women supported Obama’s re-election, more than countering Romney’s lead among men, exit polls showed yesterday. The president garnered 54 percent of the female vote compared with 44 percent for Romney. Historically, more women vote than men.
  • November 6, 2012: A Day That Will Live in Infamy

    11/07/2012 7:52:37 AM PST · by joanie-f · 39 replies
    Patriot Post ^ | Novermber 7, 2012 | Joan Fischer
    If destruction be our lot, we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of freemen, we must live through all time, or die by suicide" ... Abraham Lincoln One of the most powerful results of the radical sixties was the determination by American leftists to incrementally take over decision-making positions in American public and higher education, the mainstream media, and, as a result, the three branches of government. That particularly incendiary goal had been alive and well in America since the turn of the twentieth century, but it received a major shot in the arm with the...
  • Romans 1 - This is what occurred last night.

    11/07/2012 7:28:38 AM PST · by schaef21 · 64 replies
    The Holy Bible ^ | 57 AD | God Almighty through Paul the Apostle
    18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, 19 because what may be known of God is manifest in them, for God has shown it to them. 20 For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse, 21 because, although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were thankful, but became futile in their thoughts, and their...
  • Live Free . . . Or Die

    11/07/2012 6:57:41 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 26 replies
    National Review ^ | Nov 6, 2012 | Mark Steyn
    The Corner The one and only. Live Free . . . Or Die By Mark Steyn November 6, 2012 11:03 P.M. As disappointing for me as Mitt losing New Hampshire has been the down-ticket races in the Granite State. In 2010, Republicans won both House seats, the Senate seat, three-quarters of State Reps, 80 percent of State Senate seats, and 100 percent of the Executive Council. Two years later, Democrats have taken the governorship and may well take both House seats, and the vote tallies they’re racking up in hardcore plaid-clad North Country towns far from the Massachusetts border are...
  • Exit polls: Obama's winning coalition of women and nonwhites

    11/07/2012 6:52:07 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 185 replies
    WLS AM ^ | Nov 7, 2012
    NEW YORK (WLS) - A coalition of women and nonwhites helped re-elect President Obama to a second term Tuesday night. Obama has always performed better with women than with men, and with nonwhites than with whites. But on Tuesday night, those numbers were so much in his favor that they built Obama a powerful firewall against a dropoff in support from white men and independent voters. Nonwhite voters turned out to vote in higher numbers than ever. They made up 21 percent of all voters. In 1996, they were just 10 percent. That new bloc was evident in Florida, the...
  • Chris Matthews: "I'm So Glad We Had That Storm Last Week"(VIDEO)

    11/07/2012 6:50:52 AM PST · by matt04 · 16 replies
    I am so proud of the country. To reelect this president and overcoming -- not because of the partisanship or even the policies. Here's an African-American guy with an unusual background -- part immigrant background, part African-American background -- with all this assault on him from day one. From Mitch McConnell, from the clowns out there that will never be elected, never will be to anything. ... I'm so glad we had that storm last week because I think the storm was one of those things. No, politically I should say. Not in terms of hurting people. The storm brought...
  • Obama voters: "Brand" election...the economy didn’t matter?

    11/07/2012 6:45:37 AM PST · by FiddlePig · 18 replies
    RedNeckoBlogger ^ | 11-7-2-12 | RedNeckoBlogger
    A coupla observations, Obama voters: the economy didn’t matter… to them is was a “brand” election Democrat/ethnic/race/gender. Critical issues were not part of their mindset (a mystery to me… almost cult like?). Also it appears Obama voters don’t much vote down the ballot past president and senator. This explains GOP strongly holding the House and many state offices. Obama voters also seem to be much less interested in mid-term elections, explaining 2010. They vote for the BIG Nanny. To close: the GOP must discard their old establishment and Tea Party must get more politically savvy… two very winnable Senate seats...
  • President Barack Obama declares victory: ‘The best is yet to come’(Barf Alert!)

    11/07/2012 6:41:05 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 14 replies
    Chicago Sun-Times ^ | Nov 7, 2012 | NATASHA KORECKI AND MAUDLYNE IHEJIRIKA
    President Barack Obama declares victory: ‘The best is yet to come’ BY NATASHA KORECKI AND MAUDLYNE IHEJIRIKA Staff Reporters Last Modified: Nov 7, 2012 07:57AM Declaring “the best is yet to come,” President Barack Obama won re-election Tuesday, overcoming concerns over a struggling economy, a devastating national deficit and relentless Republican attacks on his health care overhaul. “We are an American family and we rise and fall as one nation and one people,” Obama said as he declared victory at McCormick Place. “Tonight, in this election, you the American people reminded us that while our road has been hard, while...
  • How Should Christians Respond to Obama's Re-Election?

    11/07/2012 6:39:28 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 61 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 11/07/2012 | Russell D. Moore, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
    The American people have decided that Barack Obama should have a second term. And, behind them, in the mystery of providence, God has decided that Barack Obama would be re-elected. So how should Christians respond to our once and future President? Many of us have some disagreements with the President. As a conservative Christian, I believe unborn children have certain inalienable rights, including the right to life, and I wish President Obama would work to protect them. I believe freedom of conscience is the preeminent right in a civil society, and the Administration's incursions on religious liberty are troubling. I...
  • Anniversary Special: 95 years since the Russian Revolution

    11/07/2012 6:36:04 AM PST · by cunning_fish · 1 replies
    The October Revolution marked the beginning of the spread of communism in the twentieth century.
  • Where We Go From Here

    11/07/2012 6:35:20 AM PST · by Paladins Prayer · 25 replies
    American Thinker ^ | November 7, 2012 | Selwyn Duke
    I have never been so unhappy to be right. I've long said that Barack Obama would win re-election, and two weeks ago I stated as much in print. In making this prediction, I was almost alone among traditionalist pundits, with some, such as Dick Morris (Mr. Batting Zero), actually forecasting a Mitt Romney landslide. And, no, I'm not pointing this out to numb despair with some perverse kind of gloating, like a man consumed in flames looking to suck on an ice cube. It's because of why I knew that Romney would lose: America is lost. And there is something...
  • Election 2012: Obama gets his “revenge,” but conservatives must stand tall

    11/07/2012 6:34:23 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 27 replies
    Michelle Malkin ^ | 11/07/2012 | Michelle Malkin
    Ohio has been called for Barack Obama. Iowa went for Obama. Colorado went for Obama. Florida and Virginia have not been called yet, but those don’t look good, either. The Romney camp is disputing the Ohio call. Karl Rove on Fox News says it’s not over. But the numbers don’t add up for Romney. He was close. Valiantly close. But not close enough. (Update 12:57am – Romney called Obama to concede and delivered a gracious concession speech.)The Romney/Ryan team fought well and hard, inspiring Republicans and conservatives across the country to get out the vote and fight for restoration of...
  • US employers post fewest job openings in 5 months in September; layoffs also fall

    11/07/2012 6:32:49 AM PST · by stocksthatgoup · 5 replies
    AP - Washington Post ^ | 11/06/2012 | Lynne Sladky
    WASHINGTON — U.S. employers posted fewer job openings in September after advertising more in August than first estimated. The report suggests hiring will likely remain modest in the coming months. The Labor Department said Tuesday that job openings dropped by 100,000 to 3.56 million, the fewest in five months. August’s openings were revised up to 3.66 million. ...... The number of available jobs has jumped about 63 percent since July 2009, one month after the recession ended. It remains well below the more than 4 million jobs a month advertised before the recession began in December 2007. The job market...
  • Following the Election, America's Wounds will not Heal

    11/07/2012 6:32:35 AM PST · by Arcy · 10 replies
    11-7-12 | Arcy
    Many years ago, the day after an election, the American people who supported the losing candidate would coallese behind the winning candidate and America would move forward. Barak Obama and Joe Biden, along with their campaign staff and surrogates, destroyed any chance of that happening after this election because of their juvenile, snarky and condescending rhetoric to their conservative oppenents throughout the race and especially during the debates. Not only will there be no healing of the nation or coming together, there will almost certainly be an even greater effort to work against this president! The two most amazing things...
  • I’m ashamed of my country!

    11/07/2012 5:38:16 AM PST · by areukiddingme1 · 46 replies
    Vanity | 7 November 2012 | areukiddingme1
    For the first time in my adult life I am ashamed of my country – Last night on display for the entire world to see, half of the nation elected the “king of the takers.” Makers, be on notice! So what does this mean going forward for America? No one can argue that it does not mean; 1) Higher taxes, 2) Increased debt, 3) Attacks on the 2nd amendment and 4) Weaker US power projection around the world. The grown-ups simply didn’t outnumber the children last night and the children threw a temper tantrum and got their way – Let’s...
  • 10 dire consequences of Obama's re-election victory

    11/07/2012 6:27:27 AM PST · by dubyajam · 64 replies
    Natural News ^ | MIke Adams
    10 dire consequences of Obama's re-election victory
  • 5 Big Stories The Media Will 'Discover' After The Election

    11/07/2012 5:53:37 AM PST · by IBD editorial writer · 45 replies
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | 11/06/2012 | IBD Staff
    On issue after issue, in fact, the media haven't covered Obama as much as they've covered up for him, whether it's the dismal state of the economy, the failure of his policies or the increased troubles abroad. The effort worked remarkably well, helping to shield Obama from responsibility, protecting his image and providing a solid floor under his approval ratings. But ... the fact remains that the country faces huge problems that must be addressed. And after the election, the press is sure to churn out what can charitably be called "now they tell us" stories about these matters, once...
  • What's a Disheartened Clinger To Do? FIGHT

    11/07/2012 5:47:58 AM PST · by Reaganite Republican · 27 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | 07 November 2012 | Reaganite Republican
    FIGHT Impeach Obama over Benghazigate: Daryl Issa will be more than happy to proceed further with investigations into what really happened in Libya (and why the president has been lying about it for weeks). With the election behind us, there's still a scandal brewing that rivals Watergatge: recall that Nixon also won re-election in '72, only to be brought down by his own tangled web of lies soon afterward, doncha know. A forced resignation within 12 months would be superb, and it shouldn't take long after that before Biden's locked-away in the rubber room, safely away from the levers of power. Starve...
  • THE GOP DIED LAST NIGHT

    11/07/2012 5:42:23 AM PST · by shortstop · 192 replies
    boblonsberry.com ^ | 11/07/12 | Bob Lonsberry
    The Republican Party died last night. Somewhere in the suburbs of Cleveland, on the shore of Lake Erie, in the decisions of some suburban voters, the Republican Party stopped being a nationally viable political organization. Oh, it will continue to exist. But it will likely never again truly contest for the presidency. The nation has changed, the values have been replaced, the demographics are different. The demographics are insurmountable. Last night was a tipping point, a dance on a razor’s edge, and it went the other way. What was undoable last night will become increasingly impossible with each passing year....
  • Mourning in America

    11/07/2012 5:27:11 AM PST · by Wyrd biđ ful arćd · 32 replies
    The New Pearl Harbor Day | me
    It became apparent fairly early yesterday evening that we had lost. It wasn't just the presidential loss--Phaux-cohontas Warren beat Scott Brown in MA, Allen West lost his house seat, along with five other T.E.A party patriots...Mourdock, Aiken both lost. After everything Obama has done, people were still stupid enough to vote for him and his lackies. With the price of gas up 4x since the day he took office, with the price of food up, along with the price of just about everything else along with a general drop in quality... So what now? I prayed so hard for this...
  • Supreme Court Nominees: The Most Critical Issue Obama and Romney Have Not Discussed

    11/07/2012 5:03:34 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 23 replies
    Policy mic.com ^ | Nov 6, 2012 | Derek Miles
    Supreme Court Nominees: The Most Critical Issue Obama and Romney Have Not Discussed Derek Miles in Politics, Courts Supreme Court Nominees The Most Critical Issue Obama and Romney Have Not Discussed Upon leaving office, President Dwight D. Eisenhower was asked what the biggest mistake of his presidency was. His reply was simple and telling “I made two. And they’re both sitting on the Supreme Court.” Whereas Eisenhower was relegated to a role of private citizen following his second term in office, his Supreme Court appointments remained on the bench for decades It is this very reason that many believe that...
  • President Benghazi Obama wins re-election

    11/07/2012 4:49:56 AM PST · by jdsteel · 13 replies
    vanity | 11/07/12 | jdsteel
    From this point forward I will refer to this guy as Benghazi Obama. Feel free to join me.
  • 10 Observations (For your review) from a globe-trotting Freeper Jew.

    11/07/2012 4:34:44 AM PST · by golux · 7 replies
    11.07.12 | Golux
    1. Not long ago, big business was praised and only a select group of leftist radicals saw America’s businessmen the way Soviet propagandists (Eisenstein, Pudovkin, Alexandrov) painted them: as cigar-munching fat-cat high-hat capitalists with their boots in the faces of the Workers and Peasants. A presidency has now been won largely on mass internalization of this cartoon image. 2. In a time of record job-loss our citizens have decided to kill (soak, attack) the rich, yet I know of no American who has ever been hired by a poor man. 3. Business taxes are lower in Canada than they are...
  • Vanity: Chris Christie: Declare as a Democrat!

    11/07/2012 4:24:54 AM PST · by originalbuckeye · 52 replies
    11/7/12 | Originalbuckeye
    You are persona no grata in the Republican party. You will never achieve any nomination in the Republican party again so go and declare as a Democrat!
  • Vanity: No more excuses It falls ultimately on the nominee for this lose not political shenanigans.

    11/07/2012 2:39:36 AM PST · by Bigtigermike · 42 replies
    Wednesday July 7, 2012
    The Pravda-like corrupt national media, Zombie voters and dirty shenanigans are no excuse for losing this election because unfortunately these were a giving no matter who was the nominee - from Romney to Santorum to Newt or even if Sarah had ran and became the nominee - these things would have happen and for anyone to have beaten Obama but we would expect our nominee to have a strategy to negate or at least lessen these handicaps. If we can't even do that then we ought to just shut the whole thing down and cede the country if we can't...
  • Status Quo Ante

    11/07/2012 2:05:29 AM PST · by Bratch · 9 replies
    RedState ^ | November 7, 2012 | Erick Erickson
    Like when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object, we now know what happens when a candidate so weak anybody can beat him meets a candidate so weak he cannot beat anybody. Americans vote for the status quo. $6 billion later, Americans voted for the status quo. Karl Rove, call your donors. Republicans will keep the House. Democrats will keep the Senate. Obama will keep the White House. It is what it is. The next two years are going to be some of the most fun and exciting years within the modern American conservative movement. We know in American politics...
  • Catastrophe

    11/06/2012 11:35:05 PM PST · by Bratch · 44 replies
    The PJ Tatler ^ | November 6, 2012 | Bryan Preston
    Barack Obama has been re-elected president. Like most on the right, I misread America. The United States of America faces huge problems as a nation. Our economy is skidding, we have racked up massive debt to an unsustainable level, and we are no longer a culturally confident or united nation. We are a scattering of enclaves, barely on speaking terms, swaggering and vibrant Texas suspiciously eying bankrupt but arrogant California, rural and traditional Oklahoma has nothing in common with corrupt and secular Illinois, and so forth. Our entitlement spending threatens to engulf red state and blue state alike. We now...
  • Mr. President, you won by dividing our Nation, now what?

    11/06/2012 11:21:41 PM PST · by carlo3b · 31 replies
    Cooking With Chef Carlo ^ | Nov. 7 2012 | Carlo3b, Dad, Chef, Author
    There are many Americans that thought that you were unacceptable four years ago, and have not been convinced that they were wrong, by the direction you have taken our country.. Today our country chose to reelect you as our President once again, but in a narrow margin.. This election has given you, once again, an opportunity to prove that the half of it's citizens that didn't vote for you can be proven wrong.. For the sake of your place in the history, and with the fate of our Nation in your hands, I pray that they, and I, can and...
  • HURT: Obama victory means four more years with no hope of change

    11/06/2012 11:13:41 PM PST · by neverdem · 51 replies
    Washington Times ^ | November 7, 2012 | Charles Hurt
    All that for nothing. It was the billion-dollar election that did not decide one single damned thing. Republicans control the House. Democrats control the Senate. And the White House remains in Democratic hands with absolutely no mandate whatsoever. Another four years with no hope of change. In this environment with this economy and all the gravely important matters pressing against the very existence of this country, it should have been a tsunami election. It should have been a landslide that sent President Obama into dust heap of failed presidencies. Instead, the election was about Big Bird. It was the rape...
  • Dear Bruce (Springsteen) - Obama won't save the working class or the Jersey shore

    11/06/2012 11:02:36 PM PST · by ExxonPatrolUs · 16 replies
    Al Jazeera ^ | 11-6-2012 | Mark LeVine (Not to be confused with The Great One)
    It was a touching image, especially for someone like me who grew up in a racially charged city in northern New Jersey, for whom Bruce Springsteen and Clarence Clemons constituted a singular image of a post-racist future even as local cops could still harass and brutalise young black men with relative impunity... Whether or not you voted for Obama in 2008, it was hard not to be teary-eyed on election night watching an African American man win the presidency of a country that during his lifetime was still routinely lynching black men... That things haven't turned out quite as most...
  • Soros says Obama victory means "more sensible politics"

    11/06/2012 10:13:10 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 43 replies
    reuters.com ^ | November 07, 2012
    illionaire investor George Soros said late Tuesday that the projected re-election of President Barack Obama will open "the door for more sensible politics." Soros, who has contributed mightily to Democratic causes and supported many liberal and progressive groups, told Reuters: "I'm delighted that President Obama has won. The American electorate has rejected extremist positions." In an email exchange, Soros, who was in Budapest, said he hopes "the Republicans in office will make better partners in the coming years." He noted that cooperation between America's political parties is "urgently" needed to deal with the so-called fiscal cliff - the yearend combination...
  • Harsher energy regulations coming in Obama's second term

    11/06/2012 10:23:06 PM PST · by Tailgunner Joe · 31 replies
    reuters.com ^ | November 7, 2012
    Energy companies likely will see more regulation in President Barack Obama's second term, with less access to federal lands and water even as the administration promotes energy independence. With a pledge to cut oil imports by half by 2020, Obama during the campaign advocated what he called an "all of the above" approach to developing a range of domestic energy sources. He said, however, that he would roll back subsidies for oil companies and reduce the nation's reliance on oil by mandating production of more fuel-efficient vehicles. "You are going to have less access to federal lands and tougher government...