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Old 11-11-2012, 05:46 PM
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Originally Posted by ChristineVA View Post
I didn't accuse you of vitriol and vindictiveness because of the way you voted. I've probably read just about every one of your poisonous threads and rebuttals today and it's sickening. I respect every person's vote whether I agree with them or not. I know how it feels to have your man lose. I was beside myself when Clinton won the first time. Disgusted. Angry. But, I got over it in a few days, moved on, and didn't sit around screeching and predicting AND rooting for failure of the country because my team lost. It's ridiculous. It's divisive. It's unpatriotic. I support my president no matter who that president is. I don't hope for failure, predict a swarm of locusts and go around saying the country is going to hell in handbasket. All you do is give power to our enemies. Just get over it and look for ways to be supportive of the country as a whole.
There is no reasoning with this individual. He/she is truly unpatriotic based on the baseless accusations he/she has thrown around all day. She/he and others of their ilk accusing everyone who voted for Obama of worshipping Satan, killing babies and rejoicing when others get fired.

He/she is most likely uneducated and following the Hannity talking points.

Don't waste your breath.
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Old 11-11-2012, 08:22 PM
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Originally Posted by hothulamaui View Post
so he figures he will pull out early from political life and just not participate while he was still in office? sounds a bit like palin. I was not a bush supporter but I did fell badly for him that he didn't so what "popular" presidents do and that is go to the convention and be celebrated for the 8 years. a "popular" president makes commercials endorsements for their side. for the most part none of that happened for him. think the man had ego enough that he would of loved to take the bows from his community had they allowed it.

No Bush stated this after he was out of Office.
You sure missed the rest of my post.
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Old 11-11-2012, 08:55 PM
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Originally Posted by bluesjuke View Post
There's reason for that; One, he declared that he was out of the political public limelight years before the Convention.
As W himself put it "I crawled out of that swamp and I'm not going back in".
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