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2008-11-05 09:50:13 AM  
Wow that's a lot of anger.

\Voted for him
\\Hope he helps us out
 
2008-11-05 09:50:15 AM  
Skleenar: How about you just keep it kind of gracious--

Sure, you just feel like you need to vent and all, but now you're acting like what probably pissed you off about the GOPers.


who cares?

seeing the sadness makes me feel so very warm inside.

i think i just came
 
2008-11-05 09:50:21 AM  
"Crosshair: My bet: He will at best be a one term president. The country will be relieved to be rid of him. Another minority president won't be considered for several decades at least as a result. The Dems will likely loose congress in 2010 because of Obamas policies."

I've noticed that in this world there are certain people who you should listen to very closely. My gut tells me that Crosshair is one of those rare people.

/There is always profit in betting on the exact opposite outcomes of what these rare individuals state.
//It's like they have reverse ESP or something! Truly interesting!
 
2008-11-05 09:50:26 AM  
The Icelander: FriarReb98: I'm trying to be realistic right now, and that's what I'm seeing. I'm sorry if I'm raining on the Obamagasm, but I'd be raining on the McCaingasm if that were the case too.

Obama had a similar message last night. It's most certainly not over, and there's a lot more left to do, and we all need to do what we can.

We got something amazing accomplished last night, but we've got a lot more yet to do, and we all need to work together to get it done.

\Block by block
\\Brick by brick
\\\calloused hand by calloused hand


Exactly. "Yes we can" doesn't mean "yes we can...win an election." This will be the beginning and it's going to be a lot of work. When I look out at what I saw yesterday, I am confident there are many others like myself who are dedicated to doing that work, who are, dare I say it, fired up and ready to go. (;
 
2008-11-05 09:50:29 AM  
I didn't vote for the guy, but I'll give him a chance before I condemn him.

/Show me what you can do Obama.
 
2008-11-05 09:50:50 AM  
Cybernetic: I was just comparing the tax tables from 2000 and 2007. Assuming that the Bush tax cuts are allowed to expire, my income taxes will be going up by several thousand dollars, courtesy of Obama and the Democrat congress.

How, exactly, is that Reaganesque?


Everything you know about Reagan you learned from Sean Hannity.

Excerpted from washington monthly:

In fact, the budget grew significantly under Reagan. All he managed to do was moderately slow its rate of growth. What's more, the number of workers on the federal payroll rose by 61,000 under Reagan. (By comparison, under Clinton, the number fell by 373,000.)

Reagan made one of the greatest ideological about-faces in the history of the presidency, agreeing to a $165 billion bailout of Social Security. In almost every way, the bailout flew in the face of conservative ideology. It dramatically increased payroll taxes on employees and employers, brought a whole new class of recipients--new federal workers--into the system, and, for the first time, taxed Social Security benefits, and did so in the most liberal way: only those of upper-income recipients.

It's conservative lore that Reagan the icon cut taxes, while George H.W. Bush the renegade raised them. As Stockman recalls, "No one was authorized to talk about tax increases on Ronald Reagan's watch, no matter what kind of tax, no matter how justified it was." Yet raising taxes is exactly what Reagan did. He did not always instigate those hikes or agree to them willingly--but he signed off on them. One year after his massive tax cut, Reagan agreed to a tax increase to reduce the deficit that restored fully one-third of the previous year's reduction. (In a bizarre bit of self-deception, Reagan, who never came to terms with this episode of ideological apostasy, persuaded himself that the three-year, $100 billion tax hike--the largest since World War II--was actually "tax reform" that closed loopholes in his earlier cut and therefore didn't count as raising taxes.)

Faced with looming deficits, Reagan raised taxes again in 1983 with a gasoline tax and once more in 1984, this time by $50 billion over three years, mainly through closing tax loopholes for business. Despite the fact that such increases were anathema to conservatives--and probably cost Reagan's successor, George H.W. Bush, reelection--Reagan raised taxes a grand total of four times just between 1982-84.
 
2008-11-05 09:51:03 AM  
LoneIguana: George Bush was getting into to it,

You're no Pocket Ninja, dude. You might want to practice for a few more years before taking it public.
 
2008-11-05 09:51:20 AM  
We still have two months to have Obama deported for immigration fraud.
 
2008-11-05 09:51:34 AM  
I have never been more proud of my country than I was yesterday. Not when I found out that Obama had won but earlier in the day when I arrived at my normally near-empty polling station to find a line stretching out the door and down the block. More than an Obama win, this has given me hope that the people of this country are actually willing to work at making it a better place.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the democratic process yesterday, Democrat, Republican, and everyone else.

/We now return you to your regularly scheduled snark
 
2008-11-05 09:52:13 AM  
noelwycliffe: I thank my fellow Americans for joining me in delivering such a huge win to my Republican party. Eight years of Obama/Biden will, hopefully, repair the gross damages to the US's foreign reputation while my GOP purges itself of all the religious trash and NeoCon, Das Amerikana Hitler youth and deliver us back to updated, sound Goldwater values and get us back on track to see how our founding father's experiment will turn out.

It's a great day for the USA. I came here to vote in the traditional sense and the air feels more hopeful today.


I would seriously consider voting GOP more often if they would just ditch the fundies altogether.

Now that this election is over, the Republicans have quite a bit of work to do in terms of rebuilding their credibility. Voters finally realized what a crock of shiat the neocon scare tactics really are. If they expect to regain any sort of power in the federal level, they are going to have to change a bit of their platform and constituency. I would love to see them bring back the true "small government with personal freedom and personal responsibility" platform that they quietly ignored for the last several decades.

/Registered independent.
//Voted for Obama yesterday.
///Would have probably voted for McCain if the McCain from 2000 was running and had a more competent running mate.
 
2008-11-05 09:52:14 AM  
No. Obama is not the new Regan. And thank god for that.

Regan wasn't even Regan, at least not as he is now lionized.
 
2008-11-05 09:52:18 AM  
NExD: Oldiron_79: I hope he's the next Jimmy Carter.

I hope he isnt like the worst president of the 20th century.


I doubt he's much like Warren G. Harding.
 
2008-11-05 09:52:31 AM  
rob.d: The GOP deserved the beating they took yesterday.

They stand for nothing. What is their message? Spend, borrow and war and lie?

They're full of hatred, mistrust and xenophopia.

They can either fix themselves or look forward to slowing fading away into another whig party. It's easy an easy fix, but considering who runs the party and their recent record I have my doubts.

They couldn't even win a war against a fifth world nation that fought with 25 year old tech using the best military force on the planet.

They've been beaten, Obama won by a greater margin than Bush II ever did and that means if Bush II had a mandate then Obama certainly does.

I'd like to see him speak out more against the right-wing war against gays. He brought it up yesterday night, but it needs to be said that you do not pollute your farking constitution with an anti-right, or use it to define a limit against a group of people who are your fellow citizens.


If he tries to turn his "mandate" into a war on the anti gay movement, the anti abortion movement, the pro gun movement, and talk radio the republicans will have a veto proof majority in '10. People voted for the dem because they want jorbs, and healthcare, not because they like gheys, hate guns, love abortion, and they damn sure don't hate free speech.
 
2008-11-05 09:52:33 AM  
the_pgoat: The Icelander: FriarReb98: I'm trying to be realistic right now, and that's what I'm seeing. I'm sorry if I'm raining on the Obamagasm, but I'd be raining on the McCaingasm if that were the case too.

Obama had a similar message last night. It's most certainly not over, and there's a lot more left to do, and we all need to do what we can.

We got something amazing accomplished last night, but we've got a lot more yet to do, and we all need to work together to get it done.

\Block by block
\\Brick by brick
\\\calloused hand by calloused hand

Exactly. "Yes we can" doesn't mean "yes we can...win an election." This will be the beginning and it's going to be a lot of work. When I look out at what I saw yesterday, I am confident there are many others like myself who are dedicated to doing that work, who are, dare I say it, fired up and ready to go. (;


This. So much this. Fired up and ready to go.
 
2008-11-05 09:52:33 AM  
"The subjects of every state ought to contribute toward the support of the government, as nearly as possible, in proportion to their respective abilities; that is, in proportion to the revenue which they respectively enjoy under the protection of the state . . . . [As Henry Home (Lord Kames) has written, a goal of taxation should be to] 'remedy inequality of riches as much as possible, by relieving the poor and burdening the rich.' "

-Adam Smith(father of capitalism)
 
2008-11-05 09:52:53 AM  
Edsel: And I am ecstatic about the win yesterday but I am disappointed that you're acting like a goddamned reverse Freeper about it.

I posted this in the other thread, but it seems appropriate here:

Neither "side" has a monopoly on stupidity and immaturity. Some Obama supporters will experience irrational exuberance. Some Obama detractors will experience irrational distress. Both experiences will manifest themselves in predictable dumbassedness.
 
2008-11-05 09:52:57 AM  
Now can we finally see that Michelle Obama "Whitey" tape?
 
2008-11-05 09:53:14 AM  
xebeche_tzu: ciocia

People want to stop fighting the old wars and step up and solve our current problems.

If only that were true. I sit here in disbelief this morning as California is about to Amend its Constitution to officially use the bible as a tool of hate against its own citizens.

Real people trying to live their lives in a system that wants to justify denying their freedom on the basis of a 2000 year-old book of lies. This is still a totally farked up country full of people with their heads waaaay up their asses.


I'm sorry that happened. I'm living in a state that has a dickwad law based on the Bible and social convention, too. It takes a long time to see some changes happen, but it can. Fifty years ago, they still arrested people for being gay. Sometimes, you have to wear down ignorance like a rock. But it's happening.
 
2008-11-05 09:53:30 AM  
President Obama Screws yer Momma: Thunderpipes: How on Earth can Farkers honestly say Raegan was bad? Do you realize how bad the economy was under Carter? Do you realize how good it was when Reagan was in power?



a little research tells me that unemployment was the highest during reagan than it has been since the depression

a little research tells me that the economy was already well tanked under nixon

google is your friend.


You know just barely enough to be dangerous. Your *little* research was followed up with even *littler* analysis. Unemployement, a lagging statistic, peaked shortly after Reagan took office, and began a steady decline. It's idiotic to look at a line graph and deterministically state that R's bad, D's goooood. Better to look at what a guy did in response to a situation he was presented, than to blame the guy for it.
 
2008-11-05 09:53:31 AM  
I am glad everyone is so happy.

personally, I'm afraid I will be out of a job in 6 months. Obama's economic policies will bankrupt my city.
 
2008-11-05 09:53:37 AM  
HappyDaddy: Edsel: And I am ecstatic about the win yesterday but I am disappointed that you're acting like a goddamned reverse Freeper about it.

I posted this in the other thread, but it seems appropriate here:

Neither "side" has a monopoly on stupidity and immaturity. Some Obama supporters will experience irrational exuberance. Some Obama detractors will experience irrational distress. Both experiences will manifest themselves in predictable dumbassedness.


Too true.
 
2008-11-05 09:53:39 AM  
cwolf20
links/pics or it didn't happen


Link (new window)
 
2008-11-05 09:53:48 AM  
Mr. Mojo: but some people are honestly trying to point out that the upper tax brackets already shoulder a very large portion of the tax burden. I agree that it is unfair but I see no other way to get us out of this mess.

I disagree that it's unfair. We aren't talking about removing them from the ranks of the rich. Someone making $3 million would have about a $600,000 tax bill. That means they still get $2.4 million to play with after taxes. Sorry, but I can't muster up very much sympathy that they *only* get, free and clear, about 48 times what an average American makes *before taxes.*
 
2008-11-05 09:53:49 AM  
TheWizard: Where will the fiscal conservatives go? You know, those of us who want nothing to do with the religious nuts but would like to see our country run in a fiscally responsible manner?

Well, considering our current state of affairs, I'd welcome you to the Democratic Party. Fiscal responsibility will be an absolute necessity to get the country back on track. I know, I know but haven't you wasted enough time with the GOP? Try us for four years and then decide.
 
2008-11-05 09:54:05 AM  
Lenny_da_Hog: Now can we finally see that Michelle Obama "Whitey" tape?

Sure. The Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy will air it in a news conference on Fox at noon.
 
2008-11-05 09:54:13 AM  
mr_a: Pocket Ninja
mr_a: I am not a fan, but I have to admit that Obama does look and sound presidential. That is probably at least 2/3 of the battle.

Well, true. But to be fair, when you look at what we've had for the past eight years, a terrier in a top hat would look presidential.

That would be a turr-er


as long as it ain't a turr-er-ist...

wait, wha-?
 
2008-11-05 09:54:44 AM  
DarnoKonrad: dreadprophet: I don't see why American politics has to be such a shiatfest

While calling people scum? You jest.


He is scum. People like that are the REASON American politics are such a shiatfest. You clearly missed that point.
 
2008-11-05 09:54:53 AM  
Edsel: President Obama Screws yer Momma: Edsel: dreadprophet: Funny thing - Kennedy brought us closer to Armageddon than Reagan ever did, yet people still seem to think he's fantastic. Too bad he didn't live long enough for people to see what a truly mediocre president he was. Effectively making a martyr out of someone will do that, I suppose.

Have some respect, trash.

You all are just as bad if not worse than the Republican scum that are freaking out now.

I agree. President Obama Screws yer Momma you are a freaking disgrace. Just stow it.

let me taste your tears of unfathomable sadness.

Dumbass, I am an Obama supporter, fundraiser, and volunteer. This is the first day I've ever seen you but I've been here singing his praises for a long time now. And I am ecstatic about the win yesterday but I am disappointed that you're acting like a goddamned reverse Freeper about it.


tough nuts.

i'm not here to be civil, i'm here to take in some of the heady schadenfreude which is to be had.

you can take your goody 2 shoes ass back to happy camp.
 
2008-11-05 09:55:02 AM  
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2008-11-05 09:55:05 AM  
President Obama Screws yer Momma: who cares?

seeing the sadness makes me feel so very warm inside.

i think i just came


Yeah, well, whatever. I hope you grow up someday.
 
2008-11-05 09:55:24 AM  
GuaWaZi: Regan wasn't even Regan

www.cnn.com

Regan says wut?
 
2008-11-05 09:55:35 AM  
You lost. Get over it. The majority has spoken. It wasn't even CLOSE. If you don't like it, go ahead and leave the country like you said you would.

Criticizing the president-elect in a time of war is treasonous.
 
2008-11-05 09:55:37 AM  
I see Obama's lips move, but he doesn't say anything. It's all vague promises and glittering generalities. Is that how he's like Reagan? He's going to make everybody feel better, while everything around them is going to hell?
 
2008-11-05 09:56:13 AM  
Prince of Insufficient Light: I want

Yes, let's take money from people who work hard to earn it and give it to those that don't.

Slam rich people all you want but the top 5% still pay 53.25% of all income taxes. But wait we are led to believe they don't pay any taxes ....
 
2008-11-05 09:56:16 AM  
I made a doctors appointment and won't have to pay a dime just like congress. This is awesome.
 
2008-11-05 09:56:29 AM  
HappyDaddy: Edsel: And I am ecstatic about the win yesterday but I am disappointed that you're acting like a goddamned reverse Freeper about it.

I posted this in the other thread, but it seems appropriate here:

Neither "side" has a monopoly on stupidity and immaturity. Some Obama supporters will experience irrational exuberance. Some Obama detractors will experience irrational distress. Both experiences will manifest themselves in predictable dumbassedness.


Wise words. It's good to see the reasonable folks from all over the political spectrum coming into this thread, though. I'm trying to just skip the nutty posts from both "sides." I think it'll calm down in a couple of days.
 
2008-11-05 09:56:50 AM  
Belltower: NExD: Oldiron_79: I hope he's the next Jimmy Carter.

I hope he isnt like the worst president of the 20th century.

I doubt he's much like Warren G. Harding.


warren g harding is worse than reagan?
 
2008-11-05 09:56:52 AM  
Spade: Ahhh, the refreshing smell of post partisan behavior.

Oh my God there's a mosque on your front lawn and men with AK-47s are taking your car!

/I've got 8 years to work through my issues :D
 
2008-11-05 09:57:17 AM  
Nina_Hartley's_Ass: TheWizard: Where will the fiscal conservatives go? You know, those of us who want nothing to do with the religious nuts but would like to see our country run in a fiscally responsible manner?

Well, considering our current state of affairs, I'd welcome you to the Democratic Party. Fiscal responsibility will be an absolute necessity to get the country back on track. I know, I know but haven't you wasted enough time with the GOP? Try us for four years and then decide.


How about I wait and see what you do for 4 years, then decide. The Democrats haven't proven anything yet.

I just haven't seen a thing that indicates that it will be any different than the Republicans. If anything, I'm terrified that our elected leaders and our fellow citizens seem to view the fed as the solution to all of our problems, manufactured or imaginary.
 
2008-11-05 09:57:27 AM  
oryx: I see Obama's lips move, but he doesn't say anything. It's all vague promises and glittering generalities. Is that how he's like Reagan? He's going to make everybody feel better, while everything around them is going to hell?

Well, other than his having all of his policy proposals detailed and in writing, I agree!
 
2008-11-05 09:57:27 AM  
ciocia
I'm sorry that happened. I'm living in a state that has a dickwad law based on the Bible and social convention, too. It takes a long time to see some changes happen, but it can. Fifty years ago, they still arrested people for being gay. Sometimes, you have to wear down ignorance like a rock. But it's happening.


Yeah. My celebration for Obama's victory lasted about 12 hours. Yippee! My home state has gone full retard fascist! Let's put the bible in our Constitution! Yeah!

Time to move.
 
2008-11-05 09:57:32 AM  
Well I'm in the 25k a year range so if he helps us out, to hell with you folks who make more.
 
2008-11-05 09:57:53 AM  
President Obama Screws yer Momma: Edsel: President Obama Screws yer Momma: Edsel: dreadprophet: Funny thing - Kennedy brought us closer to Armageddon than Reagan ever did, yet people still seem to think he's fantastic. Too bad he didn't live long enough for people to see what a truly mediocre president he was. Effectively making a martyr out of someone will do that, I suppose.

Have some respect, trash.

You all are just as bad if not worse than the Republican scum that are freaking out now.

I agree. President Obama Screws yer Momma you are a freaking disgrace. Just stow it.

let me taste your tears of unfathomable sadness.

Dumbass, I am an Obama supporter, fundraiser, and volunteer. This is the first day I've ever seen you but I've been here singing his praises for a long time now. And I am ecstatic about the win yesterday but I am disappointed that you're acting like a goddamned reverse Freeper about it.

tough nuts.

i'm not here to be civil, i'm here to take in some of the heady schadenfreude which is to be had.

you can take your goody 2 shoes ass back to happy camp.


Yeah, you're a real farking hero, buddy. Be proud.
 
2008-11-05 09:58:01 AM  
pxsteel: I am glad everyone is so happy.

personally, I'm afraid I will be out of a job in 6 months. Obama's economic policies will bankrupt my city.


As opposed to Bush's economic policies, which have landed us on the edge of another depression? Please.
 
2008-11-05 09:58:25 AM  
jayg22

justtray: "why don't you support our troops lines"

Oh, yeah Republicans are really going to stop supporting the troops.

I think you have your parties mixed up. Obama is going to try to pull out of Iraq as soon as possible and make the lives of everyone who has died over there for nothing.


As opposed to staying there, so more people can die for nothing.
 
2008-11-05 09:58:26 AM  
My wife and I have a one-year-old baby boy. With so much recent negativity about the direction our country (and even the whole world) is heading, I honestly started to wonder what kind of world we brought him into and I almost found myself silently apologizing to him. War, recession, poverty, greed, hate, division, ignorance, cynicism, apathy, selfishness and racism seemed like a flood of negativity that nearly drowned us all. Yesterday's election certainly did not erase any of the problems and perils we all face, but this beautiful Wednesday morning I firmly believe that each and every one of our lives have been touched in a way that will change things forever.

The election certainly did not end racism, discrimination, bigotry or prejudicial hatred, but you have to imagine the unbelievable and immeasurable joy that so many people feel right now. Anyone, especially minorities, who has ever felt stepped on, left out, or excluded from the so-called "American Dream" can now realistically believe that anything is possible. That kind of inspiration will absolutely change this country for the better. Today people feel that their hard work can actually get them somewhere. For me, personally, I find myself incredibly inspired and asking myself what I can do to make my community, country and planet a better place than the way I found it. And I'm an atheist white guy who's struggled with severe depression for nearly 2 decades. You have no idea what it means for me to be inspired and feel positive for once.

Nothing has been solved, fixed, or improved yet. But we have merely created the spark, and it is still up to each and every one of us to work together as Americans and citizens of this planet to create the change we need, whatever we all feel that may be.

I understand the disappointment so many McCain supporters feel today. However, I also feel sorry for some of them because they seem to not realize that although their candidate did not win and they're suddenly faced with an America they don't recognize and might not be ready for, the fundamental principles of our nation are stronger than ever and we all truly live in a nation so great that so many people can ignore their differences and elect someone who so many wrote off as unelectable.

I hope everyone joins together to FINALLY usher in the 21st century, and anyone who still tries to cling to old ideals like division, exclusion and hatred will sadly be left behind while we all move forward together, as one.

Let's quit being douchebags and embrace each other as Americans, regardless of our views. Our old way of doing things has gotten us nowhere. Obama has not even been sworn in, and some deluded people are already writing our nation's obituary. I feel, however, that we have been reborn.
 
2008-11-05 09:58:28 AM  
The Icelander: Except not.

In 1992 we weren't in a war. In 1992 our esteem abroad wasn't tarnished.


Uh, that whole thing with Iraq has been going on for quite a while. Gulf War?
 
2008-11-05 09:58:32 AM  
I came here this morning to see if right wingers had learned anything after last night. Instead I find the same losers crying about socialism and looking the other way while billions of dollars are concomitantly being handed out in corporate welfare to the banks. It is gratifying to see that you hadn't learned anything from your mistakes in the 2 years since the last election, and that you are poised to continue your losing streak well into the future until such time that you have a firmer grip on reality. You spent the last 8 years crying about big government, and proceeded to spend trillions of dollars in piss poor investments that set our country back decades. You got on your soapboxes and proclaimed a moral authority, and then flooded our airwaves with negative ads filled with falsehoods that stoked the fires of hatred and bigotry. You impugned the patriotism of good men, while telling us you would put your country first. The right accused others of flip-flopping, and at the same time said and believed anything that was convenient they thought would help them win.

Elections have consequences. We will be remaking the supreme court in the vision of a free people. We will have a tax policy that works for the bulk of us. You on the other hand will enter the political wilderness and be forced to remake your party over issues that haven't come into focus yet.
 
2008-11-05 09:58:35 AM  
The Sofa King: President Obama Screws yer Momma: Thunderpipes: How on Earth can Farkers honestly say Raegan was bad? Do you realize how bad the economy was under Carter? Do you realize how good it was when Reagan was in power?



a little research tells me that unemployment was the highest during reagan than it has been since the depression

a little research tells me that the economy was already well tanked under nixon

google is your friend.

You know just barely enough to be dangerous. Your *little* research was followed up with even *littler* analysis. Unemployement, a lagging statistic, peaked shortly after Reagan took office, and began a steady decline. It's idiotic to look at a line graph and deterministically state that R's bad, D's goooood. Better to look at what a guy did in response to a situation he was presented, than to blame the guy for it.


so with the same lagging result argument, you can say that the economy under carter was a result of nixon/ford....so which is it?
 
2008-11-05 09:58:53 AM  
KeatingFive: pxsteel: I am glad everyone is so happy.

personally, I'm afraid I will be out of a job in 6 months. Obama's economic policies will bankrupt my city.

As opposed to Bush's economic policies, which have landed us on the edge of another depression? Please.


It's mass-hypnotism. The last 8 years didn't happen!
 
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