Huge night for Obama

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3 Responses to “Huge night for Obama”

  1. Chuck Says:

    Do they use Diebold in S.C.?

  2. alwayshope Says:

    Stuck my head in the door, looked around and didn’t see johncp. Whew.
    I guess I’ll have a nightcap.
    I’ll bet he’s even crankier than usual tonight.

    Elections in America.
    We have to ask about diebold nowadays and wonder if it was fair, if it was legal, if it was real. Well, this win is big enough that Obama has bragging rights for now. I hope this doesn’t just ramp up the attack dogs on all sides……but I suppose it will. You know, I was just looking around at Huffpost and bartcop and some new places to see what the mood of the average liberal is today. I found a lot of angry, disillusioned and often downright nasty remarks. Mad at Obama, mad at Billary, even mad at Al Gore! I didn’t notice anyone mad at Edwards. Who knows maybe he’ll be the last one standing. I think maybe most Americans just aren’t sure who the hell to get behind, much like the republicans. We are just so damn unhappy with all of Washington. They have betrayed us time and again, I really don’t know how they expect us to trust them. The republicans, with their pandering and fear-mongering and hate talk dare to treat us like fools.
    They have been so busy dumbing us down that they assume we have become idiots and they continue spouting words with no meaning and ideals with no soul. The democrats are spending valuable bush-bashing time beating each other over the head. The so-called representatives we chose to “uphold the Constitution” have blown it and we know it. They can’t blame us for the fact that bush has no credibility. They have allowed him to break the law, to lie to the American people, to wage an immoral war, to use our military for his own gain, to neglect and abandon wounded soldiers, to squander our taxes and rape our environment and spy on us!
    As long as they evade their duty to US, they have no credibility either.
    They shouldn’t wonder why everything is so up in the air, we’d throw them all out if we could.

  3. smartelf Says:

    And a horse race is a GOOD thing, right? Yea let’s keep thinkin like that. Let’s fool ourselves (yet again) that this is an actual democracy instead of a dog and pony show.

    hello? Both candidates represent the same corporate interests, don’t they? What exactly is the difference here?

    All the real candidates that represented serious progressive change (i.e. Dodd, Kucinich, Paul) have been marginalized and ignored by the mainstream media while this so-called exciting horse race has been used to distract everyone else.

    I am not buying it just like I am not buying this mud slinging as anything more than a farce on par with pro-wrestling.

    Meanwhile, McCain is gonna slither right into the presidency because both Hillary and Obama are totally UNELECTABLE in a general election.

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