Thursday, November 6, 2008
posted by Spencerblog at
I wonder whether irascible Democrats who rode around with those snazzy bumper stickers reading "He's not my president" for the past eight years realize the irony of their call for national harmony.Lol… Liberals are dishonest hypocrites like that. See Dishonest Dave… he still has about 48 percent of the nation opposing his agenda -- some bitterly.The true number is much higher than that, although many who blindly voted for him due to his race or because they were told to don’t yet know anything about his harmful Radical Leftist policies. Republicans shouldn't be fooled. They should be ready to fight.Right! Take it easy on this guy, G. It is incredibly difficult to believe Obama’s calls for “unity” given the divisive nature of his campaign and his Radical Leftist policies. And we all know that the Liberal version of unity is to shout down all critics and dissenters and label them dividers and, as we saw in this campaign season, “racists”. Not much unity in that. No, it’s a safe bet that “unity” will prove to be nothing more than another Obama hollow campaign slogan.
"Republicans shouldn't be fooled. They should be ready to fight."The Republicans are quick to fight foolishly. The support for Palin 2012 is all the proof you need.
What's wrong with Palin? Despite the Lib Media's underhanded efforts to sully her, she's smarter than that dope Biden and more experienced and more qualified than Obama.
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