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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

A victory for America...and the world!

Congratulations to President Obama on being re-elected!

Congrats to Elizabeth Warren on her victory over Scott Brown!

Congrats to Claire McCaskill on legitimately shutting Todd Akin down!

Congrats to Joe Donnelly on kicking Richard Mourdock's ass!

Congrats to my Senator Amy Klobuchar, what a landslide!

Romney/Ryan couldn't even win Massachusetts and Wisconsin their home states!

Alan Grayson is back in the House!  Welcome back Alan!

Joe Walsh of Illinois goes down!  So does Alan West.

It's now legal to smoke pot in Washington state and Colorado!

Last but certainly not least Sarah Palin ain't too happy, which pleases me to no end.

Now that the election is over I do not want to hear Mitt's name ever again, along with Ann's.

Ok now I'm done gloating and on to some serious stuff

As you all know I'm a liberal Christian.  I get a lot of flack from conservative Christians because I supported President Obama.  I hear that President Obama is a Muslim, anti-Christ, hates Israel, hates Christians blah, blah, blah.   If Obama is the anti-Christ then what does that make Romney?  He's a Mormon who believes after death you end up on another planet, and Joseph Smith is better than Jesus.

 I don't know if I made the right choice in voting for Obama a second time.  I prayed about it and told God if I was wrong I'm sorry.  I have no idea what the future will hold but I do remember when Dumbya was "elected" in 2000 I knew he would be a crappy president and I was right.


  1. Thank you Ohio and thank you America for re-electing Barack Obama. At least we'll never see that bastard Romney and his ugly family again. Palin must have had a meltdown when she saw the results!

  2. the funny thing about the fake christians is that they're always spouting about whatever happens as being "God's will" but then when something happens they don't like, I don't hear them saying that anymore. Hmmmmmm

    Especially palin.....she referenced "God's plan" when she was picked for VP - so which is it folks? Is it only a "plan" when you're getting what you want?

    Cash register faith.

  3. I KNOW I made the right choice as a Christian. President Obama believes in helping people in need no matter what their ethnicity or religion is. Isn't that what Christ teaches? Does Christ teach that we only help the wealthy and let the others wait for the trickle down like urine dripping from a dick? I think not.

  4. LevidumpedthepalinsNovember 7, 2012 at 7:52 AM

    So I just woke up a little while ago. Have the election results been unskewed yet? Have Arkane and Winks showed up yet to readjust the party ID of the voters?

    I need to know when the inauguration of Reweighted President Romney is going to be.

  5. I would never watch Fox, but I heard Karl Rove had a hissy fit meltdown on air.

    1. Sarah is a ding-a-lingNovember 7, 2012 at 12:41 PM

      The meltdowns on Fox were...


      Now is the time to watch Fox and bask in Far Right tears. I am listening to Rush fumble and stumble now.

      Limbaugh is really off his rails over the reality that his party is filled with racists. It's the elephant in the room, Limbaugh. Look at it.

  6. Sarah is a ding-a-lingNovember 7, 2012 at 12:55 PM

    Heh, Dick Morris 'apology' video:

    You were lying, Morris, and you are lying now.

    The ¨youth vote propelled Obama to victory in ´08¨ is a myth. The youth vote was up only 0.2% in ´08 and made no difference in the top line, you Far Right dumbasses.

  7. Sarah is a ding-a-lingNovember 7, 2012 at 1:04 PM

    "You're unemployed in this country you have a cell phone, a TV, a Car and your eating. Whats the problem?"

    Rush at his most Rush-est.

    Far Right tears nourish me. Last night, behind the scenes:


    Shortly before 5 p.m. yesterday, Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes assembled his network's election team in a second floor conference room at Fox’s midtown headquarters to discuss the night’s coverage. He prepared them for the worst. “Guys," he told them according to a source familiar with the exchange, "if things don’t go your way tonight, don’t go out there looking like someone ran over your dog."

    Six hours later, American Crossroads co-founder and Fox News contributor Karl Rove was on-camera seeming to ignore his boss’s orders. Shortly after 11 p.m., Bret Baier went on-camera to read a script written by Fox’s Washington managing editor Bill Sammon, based on an analysis by the network's decision desk, announcing Ohio for Obama. “That’s the presidency, essentially," Baier said.

    Instantly, Fox phones lit up with angry phone calls and e-mails from the Romney campaign, who believed that the call was premature, since tallies in several Republican-leaning Southern counties hadn't been been fully tabulated. "The Romney people were totally screaming that we’re totally wrong," one Fox source said. "To various people, they were saying, 'your decision team is wrong.'" According to a Fox insider, Rove had been in contact with the Romney people all night. After the Ohio call, Rove — whose super-PAC had spent as much as $300 million on the election, to little avail — took their complaints public, conducting an on-air primer on Ohio's electoral math in disputing the call.

  8. Sarah is a ding-a-lingNovember 7, 2012 at 1:22 PM

    ¨I will be the reason all this happened. It´s people like me, In fact, it´s already started. It´s already started.¨

    Rush is having a meltdown. Delicious.

    A very good read:


    Obama, weighed down by a poor economy, also needed help — and he often got it from Romney. The Republican’s brash condemnation of Americans who do not pay federal income taxes, his quick criticism of the administration for a spike in Middle East violence, and even his selection of a running mate that brought unexpected tension into the campaign all worked against his mid-fall effort to surmount Obama’s lead.

    Amid an angry populism in the country, Obama’s effort to portray Romney as a part of the economic problem resonated in the upper Midwest, where the race in many ways was cemented. In Ohio, Obama’s early decision to bail out the auto industry, and Romney’s opposition to the plan, helped frame the contest in the incumbent’s favor before it even began.

  9. This is what Palin said today after Obama's victory:

    "I just cannot believe that the majority of Americans believe that incurring more debt is good for the economy, for our children's future, for job creators. I just cannot believe that the majority of Americans believe that it's OK to ignore the constitution and not have a budget."

    Mama Grizzly's in shock and she's upset that the majority of smart Americans chose the right man to lead them. Sarah go back to Alaska where you belong and keep staring at Russia from your backyard instead!

  10. Sarah is a ding-a-lingNovember 7, 2012 at 2:05 PM

    "Obama treats them like Vaginas and they say, he's my man"

    RUSH! This Rush broadcast is precious.

    The level of hate on this program is amazing, and I can't believe people willingly submit themselves to this shit. It must be exhausting to feel this angry every day.

  11. Sarah is a ding-a-lingNovember 7, 2012 at 2:27 PM

    I see on Fox News they're trying to say the reason Romney lost is because over the last four years Obama was successful in creating enough people who are "dependent on the government" to put him over the top.

    Jesus. It's never going to sink in, is it?

    The far right does not realize that arguing that too many people are now "dependent" on government is exactly the same as Romney's "47%" remark (and a big reason why he lost).


    1. Romney wasn't the prefect choice to be the president because he's a rich guy who never worked a single day in his life and never served his country like all middle and working class Americans. Those Repulitards and Tea Baggers can suck it!


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