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Theocrat
11-04-2008, 11:15 PM
Because yes, we can.

Dr.3D
11-04-2008, 11:16 PM
Because yes we Kenya.

Kotin
11-04-2008, 11:16 PM
interesting times.. ugh.

Printo
11-04-2008, 11:19 PM
Well at least now the GOP has to go back to the chalkboard in order to find out a way to win in 2 years. Thats where we can come in & restore some conservative values in the GOP. This is an opportunity for us to hijack the GOP. Let the revolution begin. Its a takeover not a makeover.

Jeremy
11-04-2008, 11:20 PM
Because he is the savior! Obama Obaaaamma!

sevin
11-04-2008, 11:23 PM
because he said so...? i guess.

It makes me sick watching all the people in tears cheering for Obama. I feel very sorry for them, because they're just confused and are looking for someone to help them, and they don't realize they're being led astray by a wolf in sheep's clothing.

Theocrat
11-04-2008, 11:24 PM
because he said so...? i guess.

It makes me sick watching all the people in tears cheering for Obama. I feel very sorry for them, because they're just confused and are looking for someone to help them, and they don't realize they're being led astray by a wolf in sheep's clothing.

You must be a racist. You forgot to mention that Obama will be our Black President.

zach
11-04-2008, 11:31 PM
wake up! you sheeple.

obama is the new revolution. why?

because yes we can.

silus
11-05-2008, 02:38 AM
This election isn't about Obama, its about Bush and having only one other option.

.Tom
11-05-2008, 03:22 AM
Maybe now the GOP will go back to its roots and pick someone more liberty-minded like Dr. Paul.

Ex Post Facto
11-05-2008, 03:26 AM
Obamas speech tonight was everything I wanted to hear from a President. There is only one thing that keeps getting in the way of fully appreciating it. He used the word "Liberty" and he has no idea what Liberty means.

rrcamp
11-05-2008, 03:37 AM
Can he bring our troops home from 130 countries? Can he get rid of the Fed and income taxes? Can he bring down the $10 trillion deficit? It's amazing how naive people are... a catchy slogan and some good marketing and these people are in tears, waiting for the new messiah, who voted 90% in line with the Democratic party, to magically wave his wand and heal all wounds.

Good luck with that. Let's regroup in a year and see where we are.

ryanduff
11-05-2008, 04:10 AM
You must be a racist. You forgot to mention that Obama will be our Black President.

Why do you always have to make it a racial issue? Every thread I see you in you claim somebody is racist because they said something about Obama. Stop spreading racism and go crawl back up his butt with everyone else.

Wyurm
11-05-2008, 04:26 AM
Why do you always have to make it a racial issue? Every thread I see you in you claim somebody is racist because they said something about Obama. Stop spreading racism and go crawl back up his butt with everyone else.

I don't know exactly where the mentioned poster is comming from, but there is definitely a point here. Obama will likely paint a bad picture for a black president. Just as Bush associated Republicans with endless war and a police state, so Barack will likely associate a black president with national socialism. It could have a profound negative social impact. But, what's done is done and we just have to focus on getting the message of liberty back into the government.

rrcamp
11-05-2008, 04:32 AM
Why do you always have to make it a racial issue? Every thread I see you in you claim somebody is racist because they said something about Obama. Stop spreading racism and go crawl back up his butt with everyone else.

Saying that you don't like him because you're a racist is an easy way out.

Racism is used so frequently as a cover to hide ignorance. A rural white can be racist because they are undereducated can't compete in the labor force, so they push the blame on a Mexican immigrant. Theocrat uses charges of racism to hide a similar lack of intelligence and his inability to argue in favor of keeping the status quo in power. It's conceptually identical to a young black man who lived the "hood life," forsaking education, charging racism when he doesn't get the job he wants, instead of the fact that he has no degree and his only skills are being a faux tough-guy.

angelatc
11-05-2008, 05:55 AM
Well at least now the GOP has to go back to the chalkboard in order to find out a way to win in 2 years. Thats where we can come in & restore some conservative values in the GOP. This is an opportunity for us to hijack the GOP. Let the revolution begin. Its a takeover not a makeover.

What the party should learn is that they can't run a RINO and win. What they'll probably learn is that they need to move farther left to win.

rockandrollsouls
11-05-2008, 06:56 AM
Because yes, we can.

:D. Let's get to work, fellas!

Pete
11-05-2008, 07:00 AM
What the party should learn is that they can't run a RINO and win. What they'll probably learn is that they need to move farther left to win.

The handwriting is on the wall and they say, "Look at this goddamned graffiti."

Smoky
11-05-2008, 07:07 AM
I love how they kept up that this was a "historical" election...just like 2004, just like 2000, just like 1996, etc. So much hype, what a waste.

Glad I "wasted" my vote on Libertarian candidates. :D By the wasted vote definition, everyone who voted for McComatose (as I call him) wasted their vote cause he didn't win. :p

Am I happy that he won? nah, obviously we can only hope he'll be better than Gov. Bush (then again it's not all that hard...hell Dan Quayle seems better than Bush.) It's the inevitable media slobbery that we're gonna have to put up with for the next 4 years that makes me sick.

Still on the bright side there are a few silver linings to this:

- The end of the Clintons as the grand poobahs of the Democratic party. They thought it would never work without them... good riddance!!!

- The bulk of the neo-cons going down in flames.

- A painful lesson to the Republicans that picking a comatose candidate who has absolutely no clue, who is out of touch with the current times over a fiery candidate who had passion for the constitution and civil liberties and who had a large grass roots following that would have ensured success in November was a bad mistake.

- All the religious nuts at paranoidnetdaily (ok worldnetdaily) who wanted a conservative, but thrashed Dr. Paul as being too "soft" on foreign policy (I guess neutrality and minding ones own business is too much for these freaks), selling out Chuck Baldwin to waste their vote for a para-socialist corporate lapdog only to have him lose to another para-socialist corporate lapdog and now they're shitting their pants. :D

In the mean time we need to start planning for next year...not a presidential election, but we can always work to put liberty based state & local proposals on the ballot!

Anyway ol' Barry said that he was up for another stimulus package...$1000 to every household. So I'll be waiting by the mailbox for it! ;)

Todd
11-05-2008, 08:09 AM
IStill on the bright side there are a few silver linings to this:

- The end of the Clintons as the grand poobahs of the Democratic party. They thought it would never work without them... good riddance!!!

- The bulk of the neo-cons going down in flames. - ;)

Don't count them out just yet. Obama has one as his advisor.

Agent CSL
11-05-2008, 08:16 AM
I hope that change comes to the damned Republican party now. Though I think the top-level neocons all knew what they were doing, and knew what was pre-determined to happen, all the sheepublicans at the local level had no idea and they are going to be reeling for years. This is a time to takeover the broken system.

As for the O'llamas, let them keep believing in their change and hope... Nothing will change.

Why did I feel like I was in goddamn Nazi Germany last night?

brandon
11-05-2008, 08:21 AM
Yes we can!

Andrew-Austin
11-05-2008, 08:31 AM
Who is we? I am we and Obama is us?

When I here his supporters say that, it sounds like their just shirking complete responsibility for the fate of the nation on to Obama. Since the "yes we can" slogan is centered around getting him elected... Surely no one could be that delusional...

mconder
11-05-2008, 08:41 AM
Amen! Yes we can!