For the Gay Reps. This is why McCain lost

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    Nov 05, 2008 6:21 AM GMT
    I fellow RJ member whom will remain unnamed said this during and after the events that happened election night

    (6:26:40 PM): i cant wait till terrorists attack
    (6:26:49 PM): im gonna be laughing my ass off when innocent people are dead
    Sportzdog (6:26:50 PM): you might have to move
    (6:26:54 PM): i will
    (6:27:08 PM): i wont become a resident in this state and prob move to texas for school
    (6:27:19 PM): it will be the greatest day in american history when obama gets assassinated
    (6:27:41 PM): i hope proposition 8 fails
    Sportzdog(6:27:42 PM): dude really
    (6:27:43 PM): that would be amazing
    Sportzdog (6:27:48 PM): wow
    Sportzdog (6:28:41 PM): you never know
    (6:29:30 PM): there have already been 3 attenpts on obama
    (6:31:05 PM): i still dont understand why people vote for obama when our troops that are defending our country are over 70% in support of mccain
    (6:33:37 PM): obama and his surrogates call everyone that doesnt support obama racist
    (6:34:08 PM): i dont know any terrorists associated with mccain
    (6:34:16 PM): obama has quite a few friends that are
    (6:39:24 PM): prepare for no jobs when you graduate
    (6:39:48 PM): it will be class warfare
    (6:39:56 PM): maybe in 2 yrs
    (6:40:02 PM): once republicans take over congress again
    (6:40:07 PM): thats what happened during clinton
    (6:40:23 PM): in 1994, once republicans took over congress and newt gingrich was speaker
    Sportzdog (6:40:24 PM): our debt has increased every time we have a republican in office
    (6:40:29 PM): haha
    (6:40:32 PM): not with reagan
    (6:40:42 PM): so, i cant wait till we lose in iraq
    (6:40:45 PM): that will be great for us
    (6:40:51 PM): and then get attacked by venezuela and russia
    (6:41:00 PM): and gas skyrockets to $10/gallon
    (6:42:10 PM): you do know OPEC cut oil production by 1.5million barrels a day
    (6:42:28 PM): so if our economy tries to start up again, gas will skyrocket
    (8:02:58 PM): these will be the worst years the USA has ever seen
    (8:04:04 PM): i vote for Americans
    (8:04:26 PM): clearly there was only 1 in this election named senator john mccain
    (8:04:45 PM): you must support terrorism
    (8:04:49 PM): to not support the war
    (8:04:51 PM): just like obama
    (8:04:59 PM): makes perfect sense that you would support terrorism
    (8:05:13 PM): the economy would be fine if democrats listened 3 yrs ago



    Now lets think about the about hate, ignorance and racism that came spewing out of this young man's mouth, Is it any reason why McCain lost with people like this supporting? I am not say that they(McCain's supporters) are all ignorant, however they type of "parrot" speaking they have done really just ruined McCain.
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    Nov 05, 2008 6:25 AM GMT
    wave is such a douche. But I don't think this is reflective of the view of Republicans in general at all. These are emotional times!
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    Nov 05, 2008 6:27 AM GMT
    i don't think i understand why someone would revel in wishing death on people just so a particular party could have political power...
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    Nov 05, 2008 6:30 AM GMT
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    Nov 05, 2008 11:53 AM GMT
    does it explain why Bush was voted in TWICE?
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    Nov 05, 2008 12:00 PM GMT
    You can fool some of the people all of the time.
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    Nov 05, 2008 12:12 PM GMT
    I and my younger friends didn't vote in the 04 election. Obviously i was too young at the time but Obama has seriously mobilized my generation. Personally i wanted hillary first but i did my research and found obama to be an outstanding character.
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    Nov 05, 2008 12:39 PM GMT
    Sportzdog,

    I though John40210 was booted from RJ.
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    Nov 05, 2008 1:34 PM GMT
    It's not John... I know who it is. Won't mention names either, but all I can say is that if he is looking forward to the murder of the President-elect, and to other innocent Americans in another terrorist attack or a war, then he must really hate America. I am so glad that as of January 2009, people like him will not have the privilege of being at the helm of this country.

    As for me? I love America... now more than ever.
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    Nov 05, 2008 1:55 PM GMT
    Whoever this guy is/was, I agree with sportz that those're the kind of comments that hurt Republicans the most. If Obama had lost, there'd be pissed off people saying stupid shit too, you can't really count on everybody to be an adult.

    I didn't get the candidate I wanted, but I'm gonna make the best of the situation.

    I worry about crappy winners as much as I worry about crappy losers, though. Honestly, I avoid posting anything political on here because I don't see a point a lot of the time since it's a pretty liberal group (which isn't a problem, more of just an explanation as to why I don't post much), but I hope the posts and stuff don't get taken too far.

    There's been some childish crap posted by the "winners" on this site already. But again, right after the election, emotions run high and you can't count on everyone to be adults.

    If I could ask something of anyone reading this, try to encourage people to keep their heads on straight, and talk them down when they take it too far in any direction.
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    Nov 05, 2008 1:56 PM GMT
    WOW! Wishing another attack on this country and the assassination of the president elect and this is a young person spewing all venom.

    Aren't were already losing the War in Iraq????

    He can always move to another country if he feels that living in America is so bad.

    Yes there have been many death threats made on Obama and they will be the threat of for however long he is in office.

    That's why we have an the Secret Service, it's their job a job that they do quite well.

    I see great things happening for our country on an International level.

    Obama has some terrifc challeneges ahead of him that he must confront.
    We as a nation must stand behind him and support him
    We did it with Reagan, Bush Sr. Clinton and Bush jr. Now we must move forward and do it with Obama!

    This is so not about color this is about repairing the damage of our Country's image that has been tarnished over the past 8 years.

    It's sad that this young man is so blinded by his hatred to see it. It's tragic!
    My heart goes out to him!icon_sad.gif
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    Nov 05, 2008 2:09 PM GMT
    I definitely don't think it's fair to let a few bad apples paint a whole party. There are a lot of great people in the Republican party, and John McCain is certainly one of them -- I think he showed that last night in his gracious concession speech. Sure, there were people upset with the outcome, but I am sure that many, like myself, once the outcome was clear, reveled in the historic moment along with the rest of America and moved forward. Don't kid yourself, had the election gone the other way, we would have seen just as many bad apples in the democratic party saying their negative things, but it wouldn't have been fair to paint all Democrats with that brush either.

    Today is a new day in America. Let's come together and move on.
  • HndsmKansan

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    Nov 05, 2008 2:12 PM GMT
    I hope both democrats and republicans can move forward and not dwell on the negative. The election is certainly an exciting moment and I'm thrilled, but much must be done and problems are US problems not "democratic or republican"... I'd respond the same if McCain had been elected.
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    Nov 05, 2008 2:14 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said

    Today is a new day in America. Let's come together and move on.


    What a great thing to say and I hope the goodwill sticks.
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    Nov 05, 2008 2:31 PM GMT
    CJA-

    I thought McCain's concession speech was a genuis. I could not help but wonder where you during the canpaign. That's the John McCain that I have known and respected throughout my adult life.

    It's was a defining moment!
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    Nov 05, 2008 3:10 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidI definitely don't think it's fair to let a few bad apples paint a whole party. There are a lot of great people in the Republican party, and John McCain is certainly one of them -- I think he showed that last night in his gracious concession speech. Sure, there were people upset with the outcome, but I am sure that many, like myself, once the outcome was clear, reveled in the historic moment along with the rest of America and moved forward. Don't kid yourself, had the election gone the other way, we would have seen just as many bad apples in the democratic party saying their negative things, but it wouldn't have been fair to paint all Democrats with that brush either.

    Today is a new day in America. Let's come together and move on.


    Seriously! That was the greatest speech McCain has given to date! It was the true McCain, not the ruthless, victory-hungry person that the campaign turned him into.
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    Nov 05, 2008 3:19 PM GMT
    I thought the beginning of McCain's speech was utter shit. "I lost because African Americans voted bigtime." to paraphrase.

    No, idiot, you lost because you suck and are a miserable failure.
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    Nov 05, 2008 3:22 PM GMT
    McGay, would that be why McCain is an honorable, accomplished, great American and, well, you're not? icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Nov 05, 2008 3:26 PM GMT
    McGay saidNo, idiot, you lost because you suck and are a miserable failure.


    didn't help that he added tits mcgee to the ticket. her dumbass was bound to sink his campaign...
  • silverfox

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    Nov 05, 2008 3:30 PM GMT
    McGay saidI thought the beginning of McCain's speech was utter shit. "I lost because African Americans voted bigtime." to paraphrase.



    Actually, I thought the same thing here. I knew that McCain would need to give a "nod" to African Americans here but it came across, to me at least, that he was saying basically that Obama won only because of the record African American turnout....and for no other reason. It didn't sit right with me but most of my friends thought differently.
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    Nov 05, 2008 3:34 PM GMT
    Heck, I was standing 20 feet in front of the podium as McCain spoke and I guess I missed that. I don't think McCain could have been any more eloquent or gracious in his concession speech. Sometimes, I guess nothing is ever enough for some people.

    As for his selection of Sarah Palin, I think it definitely helped McCain more than hurt him. She energized the party at a time when it needed a shot in the arm. Regardless, in the end, I don't think God himself as a running mate could have probably helped the Republicans this time. It simply was "The Perfect Storm" for the Democrats to sweep in and win in a big way in 2008, and Obama the charismatic figure to lead that charge.
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    Nov 05, 2008 3:37 PM GMT
    The racist bitch--yes, I said it!--praying for Obama's assasination will pray in vain.

    Here's a prayer that will be answered repeatedly:

    Obama was born for this moment in America's history. He will fulfill his destiny. Providence will protect him. Every attempt to end his life while he is our president will be thwarted. The enemies who seek to destroy him shall roast, shrivel, and die.

    AMEN!
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    Nov 05, 2008 3:39 PM GMT
    McCain's concession speech was perfect. It was gracious, congratulatory, and focused on healing and what we should all do to help this country move forward. I wish his entire campaign had been like that speech.
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    Nov 05, 2008 3:40 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidHeck, I was standing 20 feet in front of the podium as McCain spoke and I guess I missed that. I don't think McCain could have been any more eloquent or gracious in his concession speech. Sometimes, I guess nothing is ever enough for some people.


    He had to concede graciously. That's what his job calls for. Do you really think McCain spoke graciously about Obama behind closed doors last night? I don't.
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    Nov 05, 2008 3:40 PM GMT
    McCain honorable? You jest. He's as honorable as a fart in church.

    Accomplished? Maybe. If a silver spoon is an accomplishment.

    He was a military failure, is a political opportunist, and a Bushrobot. He got what he deserved in this election.

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