posted on Nov, 25 2008 @ 10:41 PM
Wow, where do I start? While the talk of violence towards anyone disturbs me, with a few extreme exceptions, (Hitler I'd punch) I do believe in
karma, as I've seen it in action, and usually, I kind of feel bad for the
recipient, regardless of how deserved it is. This one seems to me to be
just the right amount of payback. Now, before I get labeled a liberal, let me just say that I've voted Republican since the Reagan era, until this
year, and I just had too many doubts about McCain and his trophy candidate. He left his wife and went after a younger, richer, prettier woman after
she stuck with him through all of his troubles with PTSD, etc.
He's a known cheat, he didn't even know how many houses he owned, I mean, his wife owns. On the other side of that, he showed extreme grace and
humility when he lost the election, he finally won some points in my book. Now, on Coulter and her compatriots, in the last 8 years I've become
embarrassed to be Republican, because of just such venomous
tripe and intolerance for anyone's views but ones own. I've seen perfectly nice, intelligent, God fearing and patriotic people hurt, ridiculed and
even run out of a church because they had the gall to think for themselves and not simply accept everything they were told to believe. It's crap.
If someone can't disagree with you without the name calling commencing then you should go back to 2 grade and try again. Also, it's very easy to
find both attractive and unattractive pics of either party, that was childish as well, and only speaks to the maturity of the poster. I also love how
all the people who for the last eight years have screamed that Bush is our president and if you don't love him your unamerican, are now spouting how
Obama isn't "their" president. More crap. This is a democracy, and you don't get to decide whether or not you're going to accept a president
just because he's not from your party. Bush was our president, he deserved our respect, even though I disagreed with a lot of his actions.
I may disagree with a lot of Obama's, but you know, I was scared spitless when Clinton got elected, and we wound up with a surplus, and the only
thing they could get him on was getting a bj in the oval office, like half of congress hasn't done the same with their pages. And like most of our
founding fathers didn't have illicit affairs. Grow up, people. All of this bickering is pointless and divisive, and really more of the same we've
had for the last 10-12 years. It's time to let it go and quit trying to prove who's the more American.