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Looks as if Mr Obama has won ... How do you feel about that?

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posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 11:21 PM
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I did not mention abortion being legal or not. I am talking about absolute truth here. Did you not get that? I don't give a rat's patoot what people think should be legal or not. Judgement comes all the same karmically speaking. Is the GOP evil for wanting to protect life in the womb, as one poster suggested the GOP is openly evil? I ask you, which of the two parties is the more evil in what it supports?
If the GOP stayed away from such social issues including abortion and gay marriage, the Obama people made it a huge big effing deal to use Joe Biden's crude expression. The Obama people literally lied, telling American women that the GOP is trying to take away their rights and telling them the GOP has a war on women. It worked. Single women everywhere voted for the schmuck-in-chief. I will never sing Hail the The Chief to such an evil person. Yes I have righteous indignation but I feel sorry for people who were duped by him a second time, as I was never duped by him the first time.
If this is what the Democrat Party has fallen to, lying with such diabolical vengeance, I will pray every day for judgement to come.

They are getting more foul weather on the East Coast and I'm sorry to say the national karma falls on both the just and the unjust.
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posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 11:28 PM
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Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
reply to post by bigfatfurrytexan
 


I did not mention abortion being legal or not. I am talking about absolute truth here. Did you not get that? I don't give a rat's patoot what people think should be legal or not. Judgement comes all the same karmically speaking. Is the GOP evil for wanting to protect life in the womb, as one poster suggested the GOP is openly evil? I ask you, which of the two parties is the more evil in what it supports?


First, let me quote you so you understand the context of why i even mentioned abortion. Then please let this be the last mention of it in this thread. Remember the forum we are in....it is supposed to be "better" than some slimey abortion debate (especially when i agree that it is wrong):


Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
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But at least the Republican leadership is openly evil.


Are you kidding? I thought much of your post made sense till this part. Openly evil? Would you care to be more explicit? How is defending life in the womb evil?


Now that we have that put to rest, let me reiterate what I have tried to say for 2 or 3 posts now. Perhaps you will understand this time:

I don't think it matters which party supports what. The fact that each party is diametrically opposed to every social issue tells me that it is irrelevant, that their "viewpoints" are for show, meant to create an even division of support among the populas.

What you are essentially asking is a nonsensical question. It is like asking who would win between Superman and Wolverine. I guess if you want to talk supposition about a scripted action....sure. I choose Team Edward.



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 12:26 AM
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Originally posted by hououinkyouma
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Well, Romney was not lying about the 47%. The country now is formed of people that want the government to give them everything and that want to live of welfare and foodstamps.

You have displayed a fantastic lack of insight into modern America. Wow. Stunning. Not surprising. Do you know that the 47% includes hard-working Americans? Veterans? Active duty military personnel? Firefighters, police and EMT responders? You really don't know this? Do you know that these kinds of hard-working people are on food stamps? You must realize this if you are to have an informed opinion, but apparently the blinders are still on? Please do some research before spouting party kool-aid. Even your party leaders are backtracking and realizing they lost touch with reality.



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 12:26 AM
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Originally posted by TrueBrit
Speaking as a British person, I often wonder how Americans feel when these huge elections, in the most powerful nation in the West, finish. How do you feel about this result? I hear that although Obama won the election, the Republicans did enough to make things hell in the senate, and put stumbling blocks in the way of Obamas plans.

How does it feel to live in America during an election year? How did you find your communities during this process? Were they united or highly divided? I would really love to hear the American ATSers veiw of the process, and of the result, so please...

....Your thoughts?



I was beginning to think our elections had come down to who ever could hire the best voice over guy to do their commercials. Some of the ads Allen West used against his opponent were elaborate and frightening Hollywood type productions. I'm personally pleased with the election results since my 96 year old mother and I both voted Obama. If you told me 20 years ago my little Italian American mother was going to be voting for an African American for President I don't think I'd have believed you but here we are.
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posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 12:29 AM
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Originally posted by jhn7537
I'm not a fan of socialism, but it seems that over 50,000,000 americans are....

Look up the definitions of socialism. You might be STUNNED to discover that your idea of socialism is a bit different from the definitions you find. In a nutshell, socialism says that the people who do the work and earn the money decide in what ways that money is spent for the collective whole. Does that make or not make sense? Or would you rather a RULING CLASS make those decisions based on campaign contributions by big corporations? Read up on it and you might have an EXPANDED PERSPECTIVE.



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 12:39 AM
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Originally posted by Zngland
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Nothing to do with racism more likely the continuous relentless gutting of the Constitution and the

ignorance of the economic principles America was built on.


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That continuous relentless gutting you speak of began long before the last four years. If you pointed this out during the previous administration, then hypocrisy probably is not involved in your statements. If you are JUST NOW pointing this out, then it might be a good time to re-assess and remove blinders. In other words, "THINS AIN'T KNEW, KID." Of course, people tend to point-out "flaws" and criticisms against the current president they failed to do so with the previous. And, to state, many people pointed out flaws from the former administration. And they do so now. They are not the hypocrits. The people who level things against the current president who failed to against the former are the hypocrits.



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 02:27 AM
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Originally posted by mandrake
I'm not an American so I really don't feel anything.

All I have to say is that South Park was right again!



But the question is, who won ? The giant duche, or the turd sandwich ?



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 03:50 AM
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Hey 1loserel2 .

So you couldnt really have cared less one way or the other, aside from recognising that Romney appeared to be less engaging for the people? There was actually an awful lot of reference to that during the coverage of the election. It was a concern of some of the Republican supporting pundits that Romney might not be as approachable a figure for people.



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 04:17 AM
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As a TRUE AMERICAN PATRIOT INFORMED CITIZEN, I could barely be happier!!!

I was democrat, and kind of still am, voting-wise... I voted for Obama and proud of it!
We, as a nation, literally dodged a bullet by re-electing Obama!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Romney would have restored the Bush policies that nearly dealt a death blow to the nation!
Almost half the country is so busy hating Obama for several reason but 99% of those reason include one or more or all of the following;

Obama is black - no matter what people say or no matter how many "black friends" they say the have, they cannot stand seeing a black man sleeping in the White House!

Obama is Muslim - despite the absurdity of this claim/accusation, lots of folks in the far right, and mostly the nut bag tea-party'ers spread this insanity as pure fact. Yes I know it so stooped its funny, but they believe it even tho McCain himself snatched the microphone away from an old idiot lady saying this, but not even an American hero veteran is nuff to convince these retards!

Obama is Socialist/Marxist/Communist - yes these tea bagger (oops, tea party'ers) and far right Obama haters use the fact that Obama is trying to re establish Bill Clinton policies as a guise for accusing him of being anti-Capitlist!
As stoopid as this is and sounds, the republican base cannot parrot this enough all over the Internet as the bird brains they are!!! It's embarrassing being American when these nut jobs keep beating that dead horse!

Obama was not born in USA - regardless of the simple fact that Romney himself decried this ignorance, Mt Everest sized morons like Donald Trump are keeping this alive because A)it keeps media cameras on him, and B) he is a dying fad and he is frantically trying to remain relevant, and baiting hate filled Obama haters is a sure fire way to make certain he has some followers and never mind how truly redneck incest uneducated racists dirtbags that they are... Trump will take it!!!!!

Now above I said "I could barely be happier"

And that's because if Ron Paul would have been nominated he would have been elected and thus I would be happier having voted for Ron Paul !!!

But Ron Paul would not be the lesser of two evils, and that is where TPTB come into play and the false illusion of choice we have.... That's why while it seem the republicans are retarded for NOT nominating Paul, it is all by design!

And so I'm wwaaaayyyyyyyy happy that Obama got elected!
At least Obama is smart enough to maneuver around some of the demands from the puppet masters!
And now Obama doesn't have to hold back for fear of pissing off TPTB.... But he does have to fear for his life if he strays too far from their orders, I wish Kennedy would have known what they are capable of....

But unfortunately for the powers that be, Obama is well aware of what they are capable of. And that is why he is much more careful And has much more Secret Service, and technology on his side where thousands of people at every given location are actively recording every moment and every direction with cell phone cameras

Cheers!!!



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 05:06 AM
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I cried for America and her people after hearing who had 'won' this 'election'. I have my doubts about obama actually winning. So many who voted for him the first time had decided NOT to vote for him a second term. But does your vote really count? If we held a nationwide boycott on election day ... I wonder who would win then.
People should wake up and realize these elections are nothing more than show. These 'people' will have whomever they choose sitting in the White House. I had never that I wasn't ever going to vote again. If America still has voting in 2016, I'm staying out of it! I'm not a supporter of either Dem or Repub. My opinion, they're all floating on the same ice floe and that's floe will melt one day!
Barry said if he got a second term that he would have more flexibility. That's the scary part of America. This country has changed so much since I was a little girl growing up. At almost 63 years of age, I never I'd be as sad as I am for my country.
So many vote for this man's skin color. A man who has dark skin but has NO idea what it means to be a Black person and to see the battles the Black race faced in the 50s and 60s. Obama has NO clue!



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 05:34 AM
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Originally posted by TrueBrit
I hear that although Obama won the election, the Republicans did enough to make things hell in the senate, and put stumbling blocks in the way of Obamas plans.

And this is why the US governmental system fails.




posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 06:45 AM
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Man, when i heard Morgan Freeman doing an Obama spot....priceless.

Who doesn't love to hear Morgan Freeman's voice?



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 06:48 AM
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This is how I feel about that.. All politicians are the same once they are in power...




posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 07:04 AM
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Thats a feeling that is echoed all over the western world I think. Its unfortunate, because it cheapens the ideal of democracy when there appears to be no realistic difference, or no importance in which candidate is in, and which is out. What is the solution then?



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 07:34 AM
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I'm happy the election anxiety is over, and hope that things may yet change for the better.
Also, I look forward to seeing things go back to normal here. I won't be pleased if the US starts planning and agonizing over the next election!



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 08:14 AM
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I thought you were just another obozu idiot but the last half of your post saved it. You're at least half smart, and it sounds like you may wake up all the way someday..



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 08:29 AM
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well when the final votes came in and he won .. I puked blood .. I know its been 2 days now . The anger has kinda left . And i'm moving on with my emotions .. I have a "WILL SEE" approach .. I really hope the people who voted him in are crying oneday.. When they don't have $$ anymore .. He lied in his first 1st term .. he'll lie again ..



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 08:42 AM
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meh

second line!!!!



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 09:02 AM
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How does this election "make you feel"

What, so, you dont care how we Canadians feel after the election, huh?

How does drinking tea and eating crumpets with Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham palace make you feel?



posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 09:09 AM
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Originally posted by kat2684
This election cycle did rope me in, but I officially stopped caring last July.

I have always liked Ron Paul...but it was obvious Jesse Benton was destroying his campaign, Ron Paul never called him out for it, or cared to...

I have given up altogether, I didn't even vote today...screw it....


This country is going to crap anyway....
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You're hot....

2nd line.





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