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Sun Nov 11, 2012, 09:28 PM


Shameless socialist strenuously strove stridently

before the election, to counter-productively criticize Obama with wholly irrational and baseless charges regarding the social safety net programs, sowing much fear and apprehension in the process.


As we know, that kinda conduct could ONLY have evil motives, like to maliciously attempt to depress voter turnout for BHO by way of injecting divisiveness in the ranks of his supporters -- because some would naturally be silly enough to buy into it -- thereby dampening their enthusiasm.

Thank Dog he wasn't successful with his effort.

Should DU do a petition to send to him to cease and desist with this conduct, full of the ridicule and scorn we feel for his having knowingly and willingly at least tried to jeapordize BHO's reelection chances?

(sarcasm off)

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Response to stupidicus (Original post)

Sun Nov 11, 2012, 10:06 PM

1. I'm just glad it's all over...

Now, perhaps we could follow the Chief's example and just chill....


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Response to Shade7M (Reply #1)

Mon Nov 12, 2012, 08:31 PM

2. I'm not sure that's a good idea


I was never worried about the result of the election, having long thought it in the bag, but I remain a bit worried about the outcome of the "Grand Bargain".

Hopefully the election battles gave BHO a new understanding of his opponent and the terrain on which they'll do battle over that.

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