November 7, 2012, - 10:08 am

Dude, Where’s My Country? With Predictable Obama Win, Even FOX News Gushes Over the “End of White America”

By Debbie Schlussel

America has spoken . . . through its translators, the Kardashians and the cast of “Teen Mom.”

Breaking News: America Applies for Admission into the EU. We might as well. We’re basically one of those failed states now.

New Slogan: America . . . What the F— Happened to You????

The Sheeple Have Spoken: “Bend Over America.”

Those are four of my tweets from last night’s Romney loss (follow me on Twitter).

America . . . We’re Bleepin’ Bleeped

So, far-leftist Barack Obama was re-elected last night (as I predicted), Allen West lost his seat, and morons all over America also voted to legalize pot in more states (like Colorado), as well as gay marriage. Good to know that the future of this country is “Dude, Where’s My Car.” Actually, it’s very depressing. I wonder, “Dude, Where’s My Country?” Clearly, the dummies ruled the day. That was made clearer with the defeat of Allen West and the election of Elizabeth Warren, last night. Senator-Elect Fauxcahontas – it has a scary ring to it.

But this is what you get when America is served up a crappy Republican candidate for President, who flip-flops around and agrees with Barack Obama on immigration, foreign policy, socialized medicine, and virtually everything else that’s important and going wrong. Thanks, Karl Rove and Ann Coulter for pimping us on another “moderate” candidate sure to beat Barack Obama. America didn’t want Obama without a tan. They wanted a choice. And they didn’t get one. Romney was never a conservative. He was a liberal who pretended he changed but really wasn’t comfortable in that “change” because it was fake. I don’t know how many times I said it, as I lost count: the guy who lost to the first guy who lost to Obama isn’t exactly a winning strategy. It’s not exactly Einstein stuff. Romney was a horrible candidate. Yes, he gave a classy concession speech and seems like a genuinely very nice and highly charitable guy. But that’s meaningless in politics. And it doesn’t win Presidential elections.

The majority of Americans support enforcing immigration laws and want us to stay the heck out of places like Egypt, Libya, and Syria. If we had a candidate who was a real conservative, as Ronald Reagan was against Jimmy Carter, we might have had a chance. We didn’t get that. Instead, America was served up a guy who was to the left of Obama on those important issues. Romney’s response to Obama’s DREAM Act amnesty: ” well, I would have resolved that with comprehensive immigration reform a/k/a ‘Amnesty.'” His response to Obama’s destabilization of the Middle East was for Romney and Ryan to criticize Obama for not deposing Mubarak in Egypt sooner and not providing enough arms to Al-Qaeda animals in Syria. Yeah, that’s the ticket . . . to losing. “Me, too, only bigger” ain’t a winning position. Especially when you’re supposed to be the Republican. And I was always skeptical about this mystical “enthusiasm gap” I kept hearing Romney gushers ooze to me. You can’t run a campaign counting on that. It’s like putting your chips on a number at the roulette table.

Back in mid-September as I was leaving the synagogue after Rosh HaShanah services, four close friends of mine and I were discussing the Presidential race, and they told me that even though Romney was losing in the polls, so was Ronald Reagan, and that he would pull it out. I insisted that sadly, America has changed, and with illegal immigration, unlimited legal immigration, and Muslims, Hispanics, and Blacks increasing geometrically in population here, it’s just not the same electorate that elected Ronald Reagan, and that Romney would lose. I lamented this fact because Bush immigration over eight years of Islamopandering changed America forever from even when he was re-elected in 2004. (40% of Muslims in America today came here under Bush with another 5% under the first four years of Obama.) And then there are the generations of endless single motherhood in urban and rural America and now all over the place. Sadly, contrary to conventional wisdom, they and their progeny are now an active part of the voting electorate. We saw it, last night.

Last night, all of the anchors and talking heads gushed over this, saying it’s the “end of White America’s” hold over the Presidency, that Republicans will have to get more minority and Hispanic candidates and “positions on the issues.” And it wasn’t just Diane Sawyer, Cokie Roberts, Matthew Dowd, George Snuffalopagus, and George Will at ABC who rejoiced over this, or Tom Brokejaw, Brian Williams, and Chuck Todd of NBC, it was Karl Rove and still-closeted Shep Smith who gushed. They were having multiple orgasms over saying, “America has changed, we’re less White.” Rove urged Republicans that the winning way is more minority candidates and positions that appeal to minorities. Um, there’s an app for that, Karl: it’s called the Democratic Party. And here’s another tip for Mr. Rove: two of the GOP’s most prominent minority candidates, Allen West and Mia Love, lost . . . to White males.

When Republicans provide liberal lite, as Rove and Coulter served us up with in Romney, we’ll lose. Voters will always pick real Coke over the dollar store generic fake. Of note is that all of the people who gushed all over television about this are White people, and yet, sadly, we haven’t replaced them with the “end of liberal White TV anchors and talking heads.” The Roves and the other establishment operatives of the world are wrong when they say you need a less conservative candidate to win. Tell it to John McCain and to Mitt Romney. They were the moderates, and they lost because they weren’t conservatives and there was no real choice. Mitt Romney lost because he stood for nothing, other than, hey, I’m the other guy. The Republicans did phoning, while the Dems drove out and bused people to early vote all over Florida. Time to enter the 21st century, GOP . . . and to get an army like that of the unions. See Romney campaign worker Donna Cahill’s tweet, below, and a response by one of my Twitter followers, “RockinRandal”:

And, last night, we saw the dummies and the lasting damage they do. It’s official: half the country is stupid. America is no longer concerned about justice or history or personal responsibility. The electorate is dominated by pop-culture-obesessed morons who know the names of the Kardashians and their boyfriends and the names of the designers of Michelle Hussein Obama’s latest, too damn tight, ugly dress, and how to fill out the ballot oval for Obama-Biden, but not much else. My longtime friend (we went to college and law school together), Ben Weinberger, an American expat in London who voted for Romney, tweeted this last night:

“I fear the day when technology overlaps with our humanity. The world will only have a generation of idiots.” -Albert Einstein

Yup, we’re there.

And the arrogance of the Republicans and the Romney campaign was stark. My mind kept screaming, “HUH?” ever time they predicted a landslide. You could see that wasn’t gonna happen. And over the weekend, some top Michigan Republican and Romney campaign moron, Kelly Ford, was all over the Michigan airwaves, laughing about how she spent time and resources sending the Michigan Democratic Party razors and shaving cream in reference to Obama campaign chief David Axelrod’s statement that if Obama didn’t win Michigan, Pennsylvania, and another state, he’d shave off his mustache. Haha, Kelly. You’re sooo funny. You know what? The Obama campaign and the Dems weren’t busy playing stupid, waste-of-time pranks like this. They were campaigning.

Kelly Ford should have been fired, along with Matt Brooks, the calorically-gifted King-For-Life of the Republican Jewish Coalition. While he was busy at poker tournaments (with the over half a million that Jewish Republicans pay this slob) and spending gazillions on dumb ads, the Jewish vote didn’t improve much. When Ronald Reagan ran against Jimmy Carter, then Republican Jewish Coalition chief, Chris Gersten (whom Brooks ousted in a coup) got the Jewish vote for Reagan over 40% among Jewish American voters.

I don’t know how on earth the Republicans had the arrogant attitude that they and Romney were going to win in a landslide. I laughed when the right-wing world, including Rush Limbaugh, gushed over toe-sucking hooker fetishist Dick Morris’ landslide prediction. What the heck does this guy know? Nothing. (He also, by the way, thankfully lost the campaign for the Detroit Bridge monopoly for anti-Semitic Arab Matty Moroun, who paid Morris gazillions to run his losing campaign.)

And, then, there’s the righteous Allen West. His loss is probably the most depressing because he should have won and got screwed by the Republican Party and its arrogance. Obama won Florida handily, despite the fact that it was supposed to be a Romney stronghold. If Allen West had a better candidate at the top of the ticket, I’m confident he’d have been re-elected last night. Again, thank Karl Rove, Ann Coulter, and the rest of the smartest-guy-in-the-room establishment Republicans.

America got screwed last night, and sadly our voting system is in many ways a Communist one. The half of us who knew what we were doing and did everything right lost. And now we have to suffer the policies of the other half–the dummies who won.

New Motto, America: WE’RE SCREWED.

Hey, Karl Rove, any more liberal, pro-choice, gay marriage, pro-illegal alien amnesty Republicans you can groom for 2016? Time to start planning the next defeat.

How long ’til chubby chaser Ann Coulter starts pimpin’ us on Chris Chrispie Creme for 2016. 3-2-1 . . .

If there was any silver lining last night, it was the election of Governor-Elect Mike Pence of Indiana. He should have been the Presidential candidate this time around. He’s everything the ideal GOP candidate should be that Romney wasn’t.

I hope Pence is the one in 2016.

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Take one look at what happened to the “old” Soviet Union and you can see America’s future before your very eyes.

I don’t make the rules. I just cope with them.

There is NO Santa Claus on November 7, 2012 at 10:15 am

    Will we now find out what Obama promised Putin after he wins the election?

    Rochelle on November 7, 2012 at 12:00 pm

Good night America. Will the last person leaving please turn off the lights?

DS_ROCKS! on November 7, 2012 at 10:21 am


    I have some bad news for you. There won’t be any lights to turn off. One look at the MACT and CATR rules will tell you that. Don’t blame O’Bama for that. These EPA regulations went into effect during his Administration but they were written by the Bush Administration.

    Nobody talked about the “War on Coal” during the Bush Administration. Yet the last 3.5 years have been a mere continuation of those policies. That is why I wrote in my vote for President: Mitt HUSSEIN Obamney

    No change. Definitely no hope (in government). Didn’t really matter who got elected. I just HOPE I have some spare CHANGE in my pocket when this government gets done working me over.


    There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

    There is NO Santa Claus on November 7, 2012 at 11:43 pm

Sure, he has plenty such candidates. Fortunately, Romney held enough votes from people like you that Jon Huntsman or whoever will be a viable candidate for 40 percent of the GOP to rominate I mean NOMinate him next time around.

People generally get the government they deserve. I say happy landings! I give up on the Republican party. Until they fix a broken model that awards 60 percent of the delegates to 40 percent of their voters, it’ll be Romneys and Obamas as far as the eye can see.

I hope that 3.5 years from now, when Jon Huntsman is wrapping up the nomination, dingleberries like the skuzzz will be proud of their vote for Romney. I can look at MYself in the mirror – I voted for Virgil Goode!

The 1 and Only Status - Vindicated as Usual on November 7, 2012 at 10:28 am

    Haw-Haw-Haw MONKEYPUD. You’re still carrying me on your back when I have long forgotten your boring arse. Get lost.

    If you had any brain residue in your Zombie-licked head you would realize that Conservatives who voted for Young Goodman Brown (as you stupidly did) or Romney (to try to stave off the Obama-Putin reign) are ALL in the same sh***y diaper this AM. Moron.

    Your problem is NOT with Conservatives like me, Mooooslim Monkey but with the electorate who voted for Obama-Putin.

    Now wipe the monkeysh** off you face, idiot. You should know by now it doesn’t taste good.

    Skunky on November 7, 2012 at 12:26 pm

    Muslim Monkey: I thought Debbie banned your ass. Change your IP, did you?

    I noticed that Bob Dole gave Mitt’s concession speech.

    Anyway, you’re lying as usual. YOU said that there was ZERO chance for Mitt to win, even though that is mathematically impossible. Now, if Mittens had lost in the worst landslide we’ve ever seen, I’d even accept that as some sort of “vindication.” He didn’t. Furthermore, you were hardly the only one around here to think that Mittens would probably not win.

    The real reason you’re here is out of malice. You deserve only contempt–and to be banned yet again as a bully and a moron.

    skzion on November 7, 2012 at 1:54 pm

    Oh, and Muslim Monkey? You voted for Goode, did you? What a moron you are. Did it not occur to you that the only way to make your opposition to Mittens clear was to stay home? If a usually Republican voter does not vote–especially if he voted in the primary–the interpretation is pretty clear. In a system based on secret ballots, nobody knows for sure who voted for a third party.


    skzion on November 7, 2012 at 1:59 pm


    LOL, you would KNOW how that tastes. That ain’t victory you’re savoring right now. *I* actually got something out of this election: one of the two liberal dingleberries running was shamed and defeated. What did YOU get?

    The difference between you and me is that that diaper is actually GRAFTED to your junk. And my problem is with a lot of people – INCLUDING self-described “conservatives” who VOTE FOR LIBERALS.

    You suck, and I hope Obama deports you. And I was right: the GOP should’ve dumped Romney.


    @Gaaaay Obaaaamaaa!!!!

    How they hangin, brah? Long time no sleaze! I’m surprised to see you, too. I figured that between AIDS and the resumption of Chris Hanson’s investigations, you’d be out of the picture by now.

    Are you still lecturing people on the halakha by day and turning weeeeners inside-out by night? Dude, you are one pious fraud. Elmer GANTRY blushes when he’s around you.

    And your point about Virgil Goode is almost as retarded as you are. There are many non-political reasons a person might stay home on election day. There’s only one way to cast a protest vote.

    Sure, debs tried to ban me. I did after all make the gayby cry. We all know that you can’t hold your own in an argument without SOMEONE putting a fat thumb on the scale. But debs ain’t exactly Steve Jobs, people. I just had to come back to gloat about everyone’s favorite shining splendid nominee. Told ya!

    Mr. Correcto on November 7, 2012 at 3:01 pm

Yup – if the Republican Party gives us more Democrat-lite, liberal candidates, its guaranteed another defeat in 2016.

Conservatism wasn’t on the ballot last night. There was nothing to lose. The people who gave us McCain and Romney learned nothing from their defeat and will probably redouble their efforts to ape the Democrats in their left-wing world view and policies.

And the GOP will lose again. Plus the demographics have changed. Ronald Reagan couldn’t win the country today. There are far more stupid people in the country than we had in 1980 and now we now look more like Canada and Europe than like the America we used to know.

Yay! You’re right, Debbie, “Dude, Where’s my country?” is apt. And I don’t believe we’ll get it back in our lifetime.

NormanF on November 7, 2012 at 10:31 am

    Norman, I believe Ronald Reagan could win an election today without any problem. He was able to articulate conservatism and make it understandable to the masses. He could do it today. To think he couldn’t win today with this country’s current demographics is what brought us the last three Republican candidates (could go back and include Daddy Bush and Dole in this also if you wanted to).

    Debbie, spot on with your analysis.

    Pats on November 7, 2012 at 2:45 pm

I am truly depressed. If I had wanted to live in Europe, I would have moved long ago. I am just glad that Michigan did not vote yes on proposal 2. The unions have utterly destroyed this state and that would have been the last straw. I so much want to live in a red state. Our country is lost. Debbie hates Ayn Rand, with good reason, but her thoughts on the producers are spot on. I plan on going on strike soon and let the lemmings figure out how to take care of themselves without the productive class.

M: I don’t hate Ayn Rand at all. She was a brilliant thinker and writer and spot on about economic and big government issues. But she was no saint nor was she the hero a lot of blind gushers think she was. I merely pointed that out, including her hatred of all of us who are people of faith. DS

Michael on November 7, 2012 at 10:50 am

Only when the Republicans realize that corporations have only one purpose…to make money for their investors…and realize holding our government hostage with no room for compromise is only pushing our country toward ruin; will I be able to vote Republican again.

1st Time Straight Ticket Voter on November 7, 2012 at 10:50 am

Romney received fewer votes than McCain in 2008!

David on November 7, 2012 at 10:53 am

Dsvid, yup, fewer voters and there is no longer a Solid South.

The GOP can win elections in a few places but when it has to write off New York and California, it can never win a national election again.

And the demographics will get even worse by 2016. Debbie and I are old people. We’re probably the last of the shrinking band of conservatives in this country.

Time is not on our side and we are royally screwed!

NormanF on November 7, 2012 at 11:00 am

    NormanF – I don’t buy it. Republicans dominate the governorships and won the House of Reps. handily with a weak pres. candidate at the top of the ticket. It’s all about getting good candidates. Scott Walker was a good, unapologetic conservative candidate and he won in liberal Wisconsin. Pence won the governorship in Indiana while Murdock lost the senate seat.

    The Republicans have a deep bench for presidential candidates and NONE of the potentially strong candidates ran for president this year nor in 2008. They all had MAJOR baggage.

    David on November 7, 2012 at 11:09 am

      Scott Walker is a future presidential contender – a conservative who can win in a liberal state.

      While WI voted for Obama, the state GOP regained control of the state Senate there.

      So there is a silver lining to the Romney loss. The GOP has a good farm bench and is still the majority party in the country. It must be doing something right.

      But its handicapped by the lousy presidential candidates it keeps on nominating.

      NormanF on November 7, 2012 at 11:35 am

Let’s see you republicans go for an encore in 4 years.

Italkit on November 7, 2012 at 11:03 am

That’s one good thing about last night’s debacle. Mike Pence is our new governor.

cirrus1701 on November 7, 2012 at 11:04 am

Taking Michigan as an example, it is ironic that while Obama won the state, the unions’ takeover referendum lost 60-40, supporting the idea that a strong conservative position would have done better than Romney’s liberalism.

Imagine, in the face of Obamacare, nominating a candidate whose record supports Obamacare, and then nothing about Obamacare during the campaign except for a few inconsistent ritualistic statements that he would repeal it, in between his statements about preserving the ‘best’ aspects of it.

The Republican party has gone the way of the Whigs. It is time for a new party that stands for the principles that conservatives really advocate. It probably won’t happen, and we will continue seeing the decline of the once-great United States. We have to look to Yeats to see what will replace it.

Little Al on November 7, 2012 at 11:05 am

I’ll eke out some kind of a life for myself, but I feel sorry for the children who will grow up in an America that has no more significance on the world stage than Norway. It’s sad to see. But I wonder, are conservatives in the majority anymore? I tend to to think so. Reagan probably couldn’t win today. Where did it all go wrong? Any thoughts?

Dave on November 7, 2012 at 11:05 am

I mean I tend NOT to think so.

Dave on November 7, 2012 at 11:06 am

don’t care any more america can go to hell and see how you like it when bongo turns us into detroit.where ever you have negro rule you have crime and poverty which is blamed on whitey.i live in the red part of central maine and we don’t care about commie bull we do our own thing,govt.gun control we don’t pay any attention to it high fuel prices i heat with a wood furnace.i own horses that run on hay which i grow.i own live stock,chickens, gold and guns guns.i hope you like it when we have $10 gas and triple food wanted it you got it.bongo will appoint 2 more commie judges and the republicans will vote for them.we are so screwed.

bruce on November 7, 2012 at 11:11 am

Debbie, you said, “America has changed, and with illegal immigration, unlimited legal immigration, and Muslims, Hispanics, and Blacks increasing geometrically in population here…”

Actually, that’s not entirely correct. Living in Detroit probably skews your view on the actual situation. The White and Black birth and populations percentages in the United States are stagnant. It is the Hispanic/Latino population rate that is exploding across the country. When you hear of a new are becoming “predominantly minority”, the is a 99% chance that it is because of the increase in the Hispanic population added to a stagnant Black population percentage (and an increasing Asian population). American is both less White AND less Black.

Also, change is constant, in situations, in life, and in countries…you can either complain uselessly about it, or learn how to maneuver and work it to your advantage.

And as a Christian, I believe in the power of words, so we have to be real careful with the words we use (“the power of life and death is in the tongue”). If you declare that you’re “screwed”, then that’s generally what’s going to happen. That’s why I get a little irritated with people proclaiming that this is “the end of America”. This country survived a damn civil war, so we’ll survive whatever this election brings IF we make up our minds to do it.

Allen West has no one to blame but himself if he loses. He is a very sharp and talented man, but he got into too many useless media spats and feuds. He was a “flamethrower”, hitting his target, but burning up everything else in sight too by throwing out wild statements as if he were a radio talk show host and not an elected official. His crazy statements may have been red meat to the fringe, but there are a whole lot of other people in his district other than that. He may have won points with the fringe right, but he forgot that it is the constituents in his district that determine whether he stays in office. People just got tired of some of his irresponsible statements and antics.

D. O'Nay on November 7, 2012 at 11:16 am

    D. O’Nay, who here is going to take you seriously? You’re a bad hairdo & “Velvet Jones” outfit away from being Al Sharpton.

    You’re race sensitivity was tiresome years ago.

    IF you really think this country can survive, you have NOT been paying attention (you’re too obsessed with Blackness) and you are NOT comprehending what DS has written in YEARS. You have no grasp of how the country has changed or how brain-dead dopey Americans has become.

    When you have some actual intellectual chops to share maybe you’ll be taken seriously but I think a fifth grader has more political acumen than you have.

    Skunky on November 7, 2012 at 12:39 pm

      Skunky, what’s up with the hostility??? Damn. I wrote on this site a long time ago that Gov. Romney would lose because what it takes to win the Republican primary nowadays will not win the national election, especially with independents. I wrote on here a long time ago that Allen West would lose if he keeps spouting off statements to please the fringe instead of representing all of his constituents. What happened yesterday? Both Gov. Romney and Rep. West lost. Not bad for someone with the political acumen of a 5th Grader.

      I just left a meeting in Austin, TX with a group of 20 and 30-something entrepreneurs who are all millionaires before age 40. They inspire me with their efforts and positive attitude, because America is not in decline for them.

      As far as your opinion of my “race-based” writings, a former manager of mine told me something a long time ago that I have found to be true: If a person is not giving you money, time, or sex, then pay little attention to their opinion of you.

      D. O'Nay on November 7, 2012 at 1:51 pm

        D. O’Nay you deserve my hostility because when you are not crying about the “blacks” you are selling Liberal ragtime. And if I can drive a Mack Truck thru’ your jive I. WILL.

        You say…”you can either complain uselessly about it, or learn how to maneuver and work it to your advantage.” That’s nice but how are we supposed to do that after LAST. NIGHT? And IF you really believed that line, you would NOT be so race sensitive. Nice try. BUSTED!

        “If you declare that you’re “screwed”, then that’s generally what’s going to happen.” To everyone but Blacks, right? That advice may be nice to the 70% of Blacks born out of wedlock (and the single baby mamas and dead-beat baby daddies) but YOU will never tell them that. You get chagrinned when someone quite rightfully points it out (raaaaacist!). Oops!

        And your screed regarding Allan West is all LIBERAL talking-points. What the hell makes you think you’ll get away with that HERE??? Bet you would love my NEW Senator Fauxcahontas and Barney’s Frank replacement Joseph Kennedy III (the red-headed dork!) AND John Tierney’s re-election.

        Who cares who you work for? If you spew the crap to them that you spew here they are NOT too bright. I am not impressed.

        And others read the palaver you post and as I said, if I can drive a Mack Truck through your crappy arguments I. WILL!

        But more than all that, DS writes some pretty poignant and factual articles here but you kick against the best of them. That says it ALL!

        Skunky on November 7, 2012 at 2:41 pm

          Well Skunky, I’ve always tried to be cool with you because I believe people can debate and disagree without acting like jerks, but in your rage over the election results, you went there. So ongratulations on driving a mack truck through all of my crappy arguments. I guess they had no validity because Mitt Romney and Allen West won their respective races??? Yep, I’m BUSTED.

          Yes, Ol’ D. O’Nay here and his “jive” on an online blog have been defeated. But Pres. Obama has not. THAT says it all…

          D. O'Nay on November 7, 2012 at 4:29 pm

          D. O’Nay, if you were capable of intellectual thought (and you’re really NOT) you would understand my issue is with the DUMBING DOWN of the electorate that FREELY elected a lying, fraudulent, crypto Marxist. See The Rev’s post for a laugh and a pithily true statement.

          You’re trying to excuse it and tell DS that is doesn’t have it right. Oh, that must be why SHE has the popular blog and YOU don’t.

          Romney & West lost because too many dopes (who you feel more a kinship with than Conservativism) voted for free stuff in lieu of freedom.

          And yeah, I did drive a Mack truck through your crap arguments. It’s not hard to do. You give one much space.

          Skunky on November 7, 2012 at 4:48 pm


      “Political acumen.” “Intellectual chops.” LOL, you forgot to call him a big fat poopoo-head. What gives?

      The 1 and Only Status - Vindicated as Usual!! on November 7, 2012 at 1:58 pm

    The South is about to become a black nation. The demographics are undertaking a huge shift. Mississippi is poised to become the first black majority state, ever; there’s never been a 51% black state. This new nation is also completely racist. There is no diversity, tolerance, or inclusion. Multi-culturalists live in a fantasy world, it sounds nice.

    David Lanham on November 7, 2012 at 1:59 pm

Hey Debbie, that is all you do is criticize the Republicanparty. When people read how you tear down the Republican party, you are partially to blame for our defeat because you divide and polarize our party constantly. Why don’t you run for President seeing you have all the answers!!!

Ajax on November 7, 2012 at 11:20 am

The “good” news about Allen West losing is that he can start running for the GOP nomination immediately.

As for the Presidential election itself:

Thank you America for screwing with my children’s future. You are proof that the founding fathers were correct in not trusting the American people with important decisions.

It is time for the state legislatures to use the authority invested in them by the constitution and take away the privilege of voting from the people whose irresponsibility will now lead to the ruining of this country.

From Article 2 Section 1 of the constitution:
“Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors”

I_AM_ME on November 7, 2012 at 11:22 am

    It also shows the extent to which it was a colossal and disastrous mistake to give 18-year-olds the vote back in 1971 via the 26th Amendment, given their predilection for voting entirely with their emotions, coupled with the lasting effects of leftist indoctrination in what passes for an “educational” system in this country. (It was partly this age group that not only gave us Jimmy Carter’s disastrous Presidency, but also Bill Clinton’s two terms of defining the office down.)

    ConcernedPatriot on November 7, 2012 at 1:02 pm

    There you go! 2016 will be a rerun of 2012 because of this thinking. The only difference is that (maybe) you’ll have two NEW idiots to do their “bipartisanship” kumbaya dance. Haven’t you heard? Since Christobama that’s the new buzz word?

    How the hell can anyone suggest a guy who couldn’t even get re-elected in his own Congressional district run for President? Who’s going to vote for him? West was a one term wonder and however he managed to lose, he did. You want this system to work, you need to develop a NEW leadership from raw material. THE PRESIDENCY IS AN EXECUTIVE FUNCTION. You need to stop looking inside the Beltway for “experience.” You need to seek out successful EXECUTIVE leadership in other fields, possibly people who went from the private sector to Governorships but FOCUS on EXECUTIVE ability, not legislative wranglers, a/k/a: back room politicians.

    Italkit on November 8, 2012 at 2:08 am

By the way, the stock market is in a deep nosedive. Investors were paying attention when Obama stated he was going to tax the job creators to the point where doing business here is no longer profitable. Too bad the voters were either not listening or were too stupid to figure it out themselves.

I_AM_ME on November 7, 2012 at 11:27 am

Welcome to the Balkans.

Reel One on November 7, 2012 at 11:32 am

I knew this would happen earlier this year. Romney was dead on about the 47%–too many people get a govt check and don’t want it to stop.

In addition people don’t like Mormons and won’t say it but that was part of it too.

Finally Romney is a liberal like Bob Dole and they never win.

Oh well—I guess that we should all quit and either work for the government or get a welfare check.

jimmyPx on November 7, 2012 at 11:34 am

People just want “free goodies” from the government and don’t realize that the money has to come from somewhere. The rich have greased the politicians and will never pay much in taxes. That means the good ole Middle Class (all of US) will pay. People have no idea what all of these tax increases will do to the economy. People are going to freak when they are FORCED to PAY for health insurance or the IRS will come after them. It’s horrible how uninformed and dumb people are—let them have their party and then next year those who work for a living will be crying as their paychecks get lighter.

jimmyPx on November 7, 2012 at 11:35 am

It isn’t just the skewering of demographics by mass immigration (legal or illegal) that was at play here, but the effects of the “abortion-on-demand” culture of death that are among the many reasons why, probably sooner rather than later, white Anglos will end up a minority in their own country.

And in terms of the “pop-culture morons,” they’re also they types who allow their voting patterns to be influenced by the likes of The Daily Show‘s Jon Stewart and the execrable Bill Maher – not to mention every other Hollywood airhead out there. And if any significant part of Obama’s support came from women, it would sadly feed into every one of the worst stereotypes about them.

It isn’t just in the increase in the “moron” population and deliberately engineered demographics alterations that explain why, if Reagan were to run today, he wouldn’t win. If the “MSM” were as blatantly in the tank for Jimmy Carter in 1980 as they were for Obama both in ’08 and today, we would have been stuck with a second Carter term.

ConcernedPatriot on November 7, 2012 at 11:37 am

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again – I’m glad I’ll be six feet under when this country swirls down the toilet drain.

We have a bunch of entitlement-minded/nanny state citizens who want to be cared for and don’t want to work for it.

Road Warrior on November 7, 2012 at 11:41 am


Not Ovenready on November 7, 2012 at 11:49 am

    Not yet.

    David on November 7, 2012 at 11:57 am

I’m just afraid of the next 4 years. Even now, I’m not sure we could have recovered from 4 years of Obama, but it was the only chance we had. Wait until cap-and-trade shows its ugly head. Wait until our nuclear weapons disappear along with the rest of our military, which seems to be more concerned with gays, women and Muslims in their ranks than efficiency. Let’s see how well our “reset button” with Russia holds up as they bolster their military and nuclear weapons. Let’s see how grateful Iran and the Muslim Brotherhood are as we abandon Israel. Does anyone really think these will be reversible? After 4 more years of this I doubt if it will matter who is in the Whitehouse or what he thinks.

jerry doegen on November 7, 2012 at 11:50 am

Gay marriage, abortion, contraception, marijuana legalization… is like arguing about the color of the tea cups on the deck of the Titanic. The MSM is so good at distractions and deception that a magician would be envious. Add to that the pop culture, sports, Hollyweird, handouts….should we expect anything else in a national election??? Just remember, American was built on hard work and sweat, not on welfare and handouts. Pray for our country.

Time for another country on November 7, 2012 at 12:05 pm

“Don’t worry about the wicked or envy those who do wrong. For like grass, they soon fade away. Like spring flowers, they soon wither. Trust in the LORD and do good. Then you will live safely in the land and prosper. Take delight in the LORD, and he will give you your heart’s desires. Commit everything you do to the LORD. Trust him, and he will help you.”
Psalm 37, verses 1-5,

John on November 7, 2012 at 12:05 pm

“Hey, Karl Rove, any more liberal, pro-choice, gay marriage, pro-illegal alien amnesty Republicans you can groom for 2016? Time to start planning the next defeat.”

In what universe is a candidate that signed NOM’s pledge to oppose gay marriage, appoint judges that also oppose gay marriage, and support an amendment defining marriage as one man and one woman anything but an opponent of gay marriage? On assorted LGBT issues he was double-talking his ass off, but not so much on gay marriage.

As for pot…G-d made weed but man made alcohol. I’d be happier to have the latter outlawed in the place of pot, but that didn’t work out too well the first time around.

Robert on November 7, 2012 at 12:15 pm

And I’m DONE with FOX News; finally realized the hard way, that while they may be “to the Right” of MSNBC,NBC,ABC,CBS,etc,it’s superficially “to the right”. Fact is,they’re anything but on the side of Us. The outrage they’re projecting today is FEIGNED.

CharlesMartelReborn on November 7, 2012 at 12:18 pm


    FOX NEWS is LIB media. Their reporting is the same LIB media offered by the wire services, the NYT and WAPOST. Only their commentators lean conservative and they’re so fickle, corrupt, and repetitive they aren’t worth listening to except once in a great while; just for entertainment.

    Big corporations are just as bad as big government. To make things worse, both are collaborating in an unprecedented manner. It doesn’t matter whether we have a Republican or Democratic government. We have the best government Saudi Petrodollars can buy.

    “Taxation without representation is tyranny”. You read that when you were a kid. Today, we have taxation without representation from an evil king from far off shores. His name isn’t George. His name is Abdullah and the taxing body is OPEC.

    Throughout Campaign ’12, nobody mentioned OPEC. Nobody dares! Think about that!

    There is NO Santa Claus on November 7, 2012 at 11:53 pm

Twenty years ago here in California, the Spanish speaking radio shows told all women of child-bearing age, married or not, legal or not, to have as many births as possible, go on welfare, and in 18 years they will be eligible to vote. IT WORKED!

Rochelle on November 7, 2012 at 12:18 pm

It’s about race, more so than even Debbie realizes.

Blacks not only overwhelmingly supported Obama (that could have been predicted), but they did so in huge numbers, thanks in large measure to busing and carpooling to the polls in battleground states. Unless someone in the GOP finally devleops the stones to stand up to that race (yes, I know there are noble exceptions), it’s game over for the GOP. And the Hispanics, who typically go Democrat by at least 2 to 1, are growing explosively. Why couldn’t Romney call attention to this?

As an aside, can someone here tell me why Dick Morris is regarded as an ace political prognosticator? I can’t think of a single time when he’s called it accurately on any major election. Why does Fox continually have him as a guest?

Seek on November 7, 2012 at 12:19 pm

With all respects to all…

Before you start screaming Apocalypse and move out to the caves and backwoods, lets all take a deep breath.

Sun – check. Oxygen – check. Coffee – check…

Obama received a 2nd term. Yeah, that sucks.

Last night, Satan called me at work and he sounded very bummed. He heard about the Obama landslide (Hell has radios, too) and told me that he though he was the devil that people knew.

In an age where true, honest, charismatic and resolute leadership is virtually non-existent, people tend to go for the devil they know.

Mitt Romney lost not because of his politics, policies, faith, looks, dietary habits, personal hygiene, business acumen or perspective. He lost because he was an idiot who cannot inspire people to vote against someone who generally promised to be everyone’s best friend (and alienating them at the same time).

But I can also blame people like Coulter, Malkin, D’Souza (the latter 2 make me embarrassed to be brown) and Drudge – you cannot create an opposition against the enemy with empty words and knee-jerk rhetoric. You cannot defeat the enemy who says that the sky is blue by saying that it’s really yellow. By that attitude, they killed conservatism.

If the GOP really wants to win the next election, they should invest in a candidate who is known as someone who can get the job done right. Period. Forget about looks and eloquence – you need a warrior. Politics is just another form of warfare, and a successful leader has to be someone whose decisions may not be popular, but at least they are the right decisions.

At least Barack Obama has been given 4 years worth of rope to entangle himself. At least he can go and “kill” Osama again.


The Reverend Jacques on November 7, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    Rev, I am taking this decline of USA as serious as a heart-attack but I did REALLY like this pithy sentence of yours…

    “…someone who generally promised to be everyone’s best friend (and alienating them at the same time).”

    Rush does know Liberals, that is true, but I am listening to someone else (who will guide me in my new way of going) now because I have to be on top of how I have to get through this pile of crap that is now America.

    Skunky on November 7, 2012 at 12:52 pm

      No offence Skunky (and any fellow traveller who reads this), but I don’t believe that America is in decline. It’s just going through a phase like any other industrialized nation.

      As you had noticed (if you were born on the 60s like me), virtually most of your presidents have served 2 terms in office. In recent memory, I can recall Nixon (if it not been for Watergate), Reagan, Clinton, W and now Bananarama – I mean, Obama – had/have 2-term runs. Were their tenures a result of their policies, achievements, ideologies? I don’t really think so: it’s more likely that the electorate wanted to maintain a semblance of a status quo, that they wouldn’t want to take the risks of doing a complete 180 when it comes to leading, arguable, one of the best nations on the planet (after Canada, of course).

      The most important things on my mind right now are: is there a roof over my head; do I have food in the fridge; will there be enough money in the bank for my retirement; do I have enough cigarettes to keep me from going postal at the call centre where I work; will my job at the call centre be safe; do I have enough winter clothes; what do I want for X-mas? These are things that I do take seriously, regardless of who is in office.

      That said, would I have voted for Obama if I were American or if he were Canadian? Unlike most Canadians in a recent poll, I wouldn’t since we already had one leader (Pierre Elliott Trudeau) who did the same things in Canada that Obama is doing Stateside – promising the Moon, sticking us with the bill, ignoring the reality at ground level. Many of my fellow Canadians would want a return to those days, not caring where their tax dollars would go as long as everyone could carry on feeling good.

      I guess it’s also an indication that our current generations have lost their thick skins, and you can see that by the wording on these posts – chest-beating; sabre-rattling; finger-pointing and name-calling; prophesies that the sky is falling and that the Earth will swallow us whole. I say “bollocks” to all that: we’re still alive to bitch and complain and then carry on afterwards. To live, survive and thrive in any society requires thick skin, and we all have the scars to prove it.

      So be grateful that you only have 4 more years of Obama, giving you all the time in the world to get a worthy successor for 2016. One who can do a better 8-year run in the Oval Office.

      (I actually envy some of the interesting features of the Murrican way of politics – impeachments, recalls. Too bad we don’t have these options up here. Plus, we don’t have a 2-term limit for Prime Ministers. Be grateful that you have this gift.)

      The Reverend Jacques on November 7, 2012 at 4:36 pm

I agree with most of what you say but it’s simplistic to say that putting conservatives on the ticket will win the presidency. As you note, the electorate is totally different from Reagan’s and like it or not, if Republicans want to win the White House, they have to retool the party to bring more women, Hispanics, blacks, Jews, etc. into the party and being more conservative doesn’t get this done. This explains why the two Einsteins who spoke out about rape and abortion got creamed. You also have to take into account that 99% of the national media is in the bag for the Democrats as it is and going more conservative isn’t gonna help this matter.I don’t think Romney had much of a chance but he should have pounded home the message of Obama’s grossly irresponsible fiscal policy putting this country into major debt for generations to come and he should have picked a VP candidate with more appeal to women and ethnic groups, someone like Rubio. Promising to create jobs over and over again rang hollow. It’s very telling that Romney wasn’t able to win a single battleground state. Invoking guns and the Bible isn’t gonna win over the voters in those states.

Martin on November 7, 2012 at 12:32 pm

    Martin, where have those groups ever built a nice country? Why do they come here? You are ignoring reality. And there is a direct and COMPLETE correlation between integration and rising crime and falling grades. We also went from a country with EVERY DOOR UNLOCKED in the 1950’s to one with EVERY DOOR LOCKED by the 1980’s, for the first time in our history. That is incredible. You can blame me all you like, but the simple fact is diverse societies DO. NOT. WORK. I really don’t know what people have yo have in order to see that.

    David Lanham on November 7, 2012 at 1:05 pm

What’s up with Florida? Allen Grayson won. He makes DWS appear sane.

Blayne on November 7, 2012 at 12:51 pm

We are Idiocracy. Not enough people remember when hard work and responsibilty were necessary to make a living. They think “hard work” is a mindless platitude. Too many dumb feeders at the trough, now. America is completely finished. Too much water in the boat, were irreversibly swamped. NOW, they have to shut down talk radio and internet freedom. They have no choice. They can’t risk our continuing threat to their power. Now’s their chance to shut us up.

David Lanham on November 7, 2012 at 12:52 pm

They have to do that by articulating conservative policies that help people and strengthen the country.

I don’t agree its going to be accomplished by playing identity politics. The Left already owns that terrain.

The Republican Party has to win on values – it has to stand for something! If it stands for nothing more than how to manage the welfare state better and how to lose to abroad – well the Democrats can manage that stuff a lot better.

In short, conservatives have to go back to the fundamentals. If that’s too hard, then the conservative movement will probably disappear in this country.

NormanF on November 7, 2012 at 12:55 pm

Indiana [where I live] voted for Obama in 2008, Romney 2012,
and as Debbie said elected another Republican governor who should continue Mitch Daniels success Mike Pence.

Jesse Wininger on November 7, 2012 at 12:55 pm

1st Time……What are you talking about? It was Obama who said you lost now sit down and shut up. He rammed thru the health care law. He never compromises. I hope that the House passes a reasonable budget and sends it to the Senate. Harry Reid refused to even compose a budget for Obama’s first term. I hope you like living in fantasy land.

Michael on November 7, 2012 at 1:01 pm

    Sorry Michael, you are using bona fide facts.(Ramming through health care/uncompromising Obama-Putin/Harry Reid & the non-existing budget passing) That will NEVER work on dopes here who make ZERO sense when they post. (Sarcasm)

    If you’re not angry today YOU. DON’T. GET. IT.

    Oh, and Rev., to add to your words I liked so much. Obama-Putin did exactly that last evo during his victory (cigarettes) speech. But the crowd cheered anyway.

    Skunky on November 7, 2012 at 1:26 pm

As for Allen West, I feel he deserves to be beaten by a former drunkard. He was the most qualified person to run for the office of Presidency and chose to play small time local politics in the House of Representatives. Not one of the candidates, could match Obama’s charisma, save Allen West who would’ve destroyed him.

Make Aliyah Debbie, 69 percent of American Judaism is already out the door, and we Israelis go it alone. This once in 2000 year miracle re-inhabbiting of the land of Israel is so worth it even if tomorrow we disappear in a cloud of automic waste. Neville B.O. Chamberlin is back in power and war with Iran is right around the corner. Most Jews in America will vanish parading around their Jewishness like a punchline.

Dare to be an ordinary Israeli from America like me. As Shakespear said, Cowards die many times before their time; Heroes taste defeat but once.

This is the only reality left for a Jew to preserve their self worth.

Negev Livin' Fred on November 7, 2012 at 1:01 pm



FK: Oh, unhinged one, RIF–Reading Is Fundamental. Clearly you didn’t read this post and don’t get it. Flip Flopney WAS in fact in agreement with Obama on most of the important issues. That was exactly the problem. We weren’t given a choice. America will always pick a real liberal over a fake one. And they will pick a real conservative over a liberal, but that wasn’t the choice here. Sad I have to give you Cliff’s Notes b/c you won’t bother to read and face facts. There isn’t a single lie or ignorant thing I said about Mitt Romney. It was sadly all true, which is why he lost. He was the father of Obamacare, supported illegal alien amnesty, a Palestinian state, the Arab Spring disaster, and the same old sanctions on Iran. There was little difference. Finally, I wrote plenty of stuff against Obama and for Romney. Only a complete moron or a liar would claim otherwise. But I’m a truth-teller. Remember, I don’t work for the Romney campaign or the GOP. It’s not my job to spin their BS and turn it into gold. That’s their job. And they failed because BS doesn’t equal gold. It just equals BS. I didn’t help Obama over the finish line. That was decided when Romney–who was a crappy candidate–became the nominee and Republicans stuck to phoning it in. DS

FrenchKiss on November 7, 2012 at 1:06 pm

    She has to put her name on what she says. She’s doing as much and taking as many hits as anybody, for addressing our problems. It’s easy to be anonymous.

    David Lanham on November 7, 2012 at 1:35 pm


    I freely confess to being an idiot on the election call and getting it wrong – I ate my crow last night but you are far worse cuz you attack Debbie Schlussel for pointing out Mitt Romney never connected with the voters!

    Pointing out that he had baggage that made him unelectable is something people knew for a year. The result came as no surprise. I didn’t vote for him and I don’t know of anyone who thought he should be President. Conservatives continue to be in denial.

    The country has changed and imagining Romney as the candidate you wanted him to be rather that the candidate he actually was is water under the bridge now. The election is over and life goes on.

    No point in us blaming each other doesn’t change what has already happened. We had Republican arrogance, cupidity and the assumption victory was an entitlement rather than something to be earned from the country. We need to take a good hard look at ourselves or we’re headed for a repeat defeat in 2016.

    NormanF on November 7, 2012 at 1:35 pm

      I’ll say this once so pay attention.

      I could care less if the Republicans nominated a steaming dog turd. I would vote for that over obama. The motivation to vote for Romney is that he is not obama. Damn, what more incentive do you need to vote against a sitting president with 8% unemployment, $4 gallon gas, and a $16 trillion debt? How about pulling your head out of yer a$$ and voting to perserve America.

      FrenchKiss on November 7, 2012 at 1:56 pm


        There is a different between sometimes being an idiot and falling between the chairs and being stuck on stupid. Good people do the former sometimes and take a dose of humility and learn from it.

        People like you learn nothing from calamity and you wrote you would double down again because a fake liberal by your rights is better than even a real conservative! That kind of attitude on the Right is bound to guarantee another defeat in 2016. Being stuck on stupid neither helps conservatism nor does lead to America becoming the kind of country we want it to be.

        NormanF on November 7, 2012 at 5:17 pm

    Schlussel, of course, I read your drivel, and of course I know what you said in this article. I also know that you consistently said that there is only small differences between Obama and Romney. You also spewed invective against Romney for his immigration policy and foreign policy. How very anti-obama of you. Nether of those two issues matter if there is no American republic to defend. So you curse Romney and cover your ass by cursing Obama. Then you whine about Romney when we get another four years of a feckless diffident prick. Job well done counselor. Like I said congrats idiot.

    FrenchKiss on November 7, 2012 at 1:48 pm


      Romney was to the left of Obama on a number of issues. He said so very clearly.

      The American people heard him loud and clear and figured out that if we’re going to get four more years of the same policies, we might as well stick with the guy we’ve got! That is exactly what they did.

      Debbie didn’t work for the Romney Campaign or the GOP. She told the plain unvarnished truth about the candidate. All this is a matter of public record. Romney lost because he was never a real conservative.

      The GOP establishment decided to double down on another liberal Republican after 2008. No one then should be shocked at all that 2012 was an exact rerun of the 2008 election. Facts are stubborn things and one has to face them and its sad that you still don’t want to see why the America people preferred Obama over Mitt Happens.

      NormanF on November 7, 2012 at 5:25 pm

Spend your money on things (commodities). Furniture, cars, anything you need. Gold. Don’t bother saving money, it will just lose it’s value. Stocks, bonds, cash, and real estate will be going inevitably downward, over the long term. Commodities have to go up. I can’t believe these idiots have succeeded in destroying my beautiful country.

David Lanham on November 7, 2012 at 1:16 pm

The GOP WILL have to come up with a different strategy to get the Hispanic vote. So far, all we have had is pandering to them with pro-illegal nonsense or just sidestepping them entirely. We now know that this has failed.

Has anyone thought of trying to package REAL conservative positions to Hispanics, including on immigration? I don’t think it would be very hard to illustrate that high illegal alien presences are depressing wages and increasing unemployment among Hispanic citizens in Latino districts, for instance.

Just a thought.

martin on November 7, 2012 at 1:17 pm

    You’re ignoring the fact that 90% of hispanics are racist. They will never like us gringos, this isn’t about policy! You act as those whites are the only ones who are racist and the only ones who have to apologize for it. Mexican “Americans” are going to recreate Mexico in the US, not Europe! And their TV shows will be 100% mexican and they vote for mexicans and they will be racist! Duh.

    David Lanham on November 7, 2012 at 1:27 pm

    Martin, PLEASE stop parroting crap that DUMB squish Conservatives say. You’re not thinking when you do that.

    I AM hispanic. The Conservative side never rolled out the red carpet for me…I FOUND THEM. I didn’t feel unwelcome and I didn’t expect them to kiss my ass when I joined.

    Please people, you do NOT have to be Hispanic to call them out on their sh**. They have embarrassed me my whole life. No, they are not all ardent Catholics and extremely “family oriented”. And they certainly don’t corner the market on valedictorians. That’s horsesh**. Don’t believe something that is OBVIOUSLY fallacious!

    They don’t come to the Conservative side because they don’t WANT TO. Like all default Liberals, they believe the UNTRUE talking points about “Republicans” and Conservatives. (Hello! Last night, anyone????)

    And the illegal sorts do NOT love this country. You don’t do to it what they have done when you love a country you take and take and take from.

    I can’t take it anymore. Stop that nonsense. Since when does a group have to make you a comfy bed and serve you tea & crumpets for you to join? When I saw what Conservatism offered I let myself IN and was glad to have found a home I could be proud of.

    Wake. Up.

    Skunky on November 7, 2012 at 1:41 pm

Obama won because people believed his lies. People failed to keep pointing out Obama’s constantly repeated lie which is contradicted by his own budget proposal (i.e. the public didn’t need to believe partisans.. they won’t) that he would “pay down our debt”.. rather than add over $900 billion a year to it.

Most “lies” are arguable, this one is unquestionably contradicted by a debt table on his own White House site which the GOP failed to point out when they did raise the issue in a radio address.

If a CEO lied about his company’s finances to get people to buy stock, the public would cry fraud! and many would want him put in jail (regardless of the laws).. yet the GOP let him get away with this too easily. There is a need to constantly point out lies for the issue to reach the public when the major media ignores them. It may be obvious to you he lies, but not the general public obviously. He will likely continue to lie about even more unless people wake up and call him on this lie he repeated from the State of the Union through the DNC speech through campaign appearances up to the election.. See more (including why the debt is a concern):

Politics Debunked on November 7, 2012 at 1:44 pm

Well stated piece Debbie, and I wasn’t surprised that Obama won, I had anticipated something like this would’ve occured, and I know at the sametime Debbie, your not going along with some conservatives who are claiming that “yadda yadda the US is over yadda yadda”, ie, Victoria Jackson. Ms. Jackson said on her facebook wall-page, “America died, I can’t stop crying. America died.”, and I also assume their was some voter-fraud that occured overnight during the election, ie, illegal-aliens voting and legal-immigrants who aren’t US citizens voting?

You’re pick is Mike Pence, he seems to be a good and cool guy, I kinda like the fella, but my pick is either Gary Johnson or Allen West 4 years from now.

You see folks, over the last 30 years in this country, the political system when it comes to the presidency has been this, 8 years Republican, 8 years Democrat, then back to 8 years Republican, then back to 8 years Democrat. Some way, some-how, we’ll survive all the 8 years of Obama’s regin of terror, stupidiy, demagoguery, etc. and we’ll have atleast 8 years of a Republican presidency, whoever the hell that’s gonna be? In any event, with Obama winning last night, it’s not going to change my life and all of ours lives, things will be the same as they were 4 years ago when he was elected and also a year ago at this time!

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on November 7, 2012 at 1:50 pm

I knew it was lost when he did not pick Rubio or Allen West to run with him. I really hope Allen West will plan on a run in 2016. He gets it, whether he had a sharp edge or not (to the Florida voter). Steel sharpens steel.

I also hope all you women out there who voted for Obama like the color black because you may be wearing it from head to toe if he gets his way. THANKS A LOT!!!

CJ on November 7, 2012 at 1:58 pm

    He had already moved as far right as he could, daring to touch the “third rail” of Medicare and Social Security. You have to blame this country for the results, we deserve Obama.

    David Lanham on November 7, 2012 at 2:14 pm

I worry about the 22nd Amendment. I believe we have just “elected a President for Life.” The USA is finished!

Tommy Thomas on November 7, 2012 at 2:05 pm

Looking toward 2016? Thinking of Mike Pence? Not so fast. He’s a moderate version of an illegal alien booster. His guestworker plan of a half-dozen years ago may have been more acceptable than the amnesty plans delivered by Specter or Kennedy, but it still ought to strike any genuine patriot as unacceptable. Pence cribbed from a Heritage Foundation proposal virtually dictated by wealthy South Carolina donors. It would have solved nothing.

Seek on November 7, 2012 at 2:07 pm

I knew this was going to happen the moment Michael Medved actually wrote a whole novel about how Romney was going to “win in a landslide.” If you want an accurate description of things to come, all you have to do is listen carefully to everything that idiot says and expect the opposite. His son is not a Marine, Mel Gibson is not a “great American who’s father is a nice old man,” Levi Johnston and Bristol Palin are not sharing a home in wedded bliss, and Bigfoot has yet to make an appearance.

Irving on November 7, 2012 at 2:08 pm

    Michael Medved, like Dick Morris and William Kristol, have an uncanny ability to be wrong on their predictions anywhere from 80 percent to 100 percent of the time. I go by a very simple yardstick: Read what they say and then do the opposite.

    Seek on November 7, 2012 at 7:13 pm

There are so many people dependent on government assistance now that national elections will forever go to the Democrats.
Better candidates don’t matter.
More inspiring candidates don’t matter.
Nothing matters.

There are enough paid voters, paid by yours and mine taxes, that there is nothing that can stop Democrats from winning nationally from now on.
Look at the video of the woman all excited about getting her “Obama phone”. She probably also gets Section 8 housing and 10 other government benefits.
Multiply her by millions and you have our current electorate.
What inspiring candidate is going change her mind?

FDR and LBJ’s dream has come true.
All we have left to look forward to is trying to slow our decent into a European style economic basket-case with unemployment at 25% forever.
Call me pessimistic, but I would love for somebody to show me how I’m wrong.

smg45acp on November 7, 2012 at 2:11 pm

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