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Seriously, can the Republic survive?
#31
kevindsingleton;38060 Wrote:C'mon, you didn't die in the last four years. You can survive this.

Work on preparations, training, and political activity. Be ready for the next election in two years, and the next one in four.

So, you got a black eye; you're not beaten. We still have the House to slow-pedal anything ridiculous, and we have the best communication systems in the universe to be ready for whatever comes our way.

Don't despair; prepare!

They have an unfettered, unaccountable, more flexible, Communist ideolog, with the pension to write Executive Orders to circumvent congress and we have........ John Boehner
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#32
Adversity builds character.
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#33
Valorius;38197 Wrote:Adversity builds character.

I'm 58. Had enough of both.
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#34
You can always quit, but you don't seem like the quitting type to me.

Buck up, rub some dirt on your wounds, carry on.
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Valorius;38206 Wrote:You can always quit, but you don't seem like the quitting type to me.

Buck up, rub some dirt on your wounds, carry on.

Speaking for myself, it is not an issue of personal resignation, it's the shocking realization in the wake of this election that a majority of Americans now prefer a paternal government in exchange for individual liberty and they vote accordingly.

With Obama & Co. in charge for another four years and with free reign to promote the entitlement mentality and engineer a tidal wave of immigrants seeking freebies instead of freedom, we are now locked on an inexorable path toward the demise of the Republic.
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#36
While the results of this election bother me deeply for all the reasons posted. All I have to say this no matter what I will not give up. As long as I can I will keep on trying to live true american ideals just to spite a government gone rouge.
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The Hobbit;38275 Wrote:While the results of this election bother me deeply for all the reasons posted. All I have to say this no matter what I will not give up. As long as I can I will keep on trying to live true american ideals just to spite a government gone rouge.

Going on just for the sake of being spiteful? I like that. Big Grin
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Gman106;38273 Wrote:
Valorius;38206 Wrote:You can always quit, but you don't seem like the quitting type to me.

Buck up, rub some dirt on your wounds, carry on.

Speaking for myself, it is not an issue of personal resignation, it's the shocking realization in the wake of this election that a majority of Americans now prefer a paternal government in exchange for individual liberty and they vote accordingly.

With Obama & Co. in charge for another four years and with free reign to promote the entitlement mentality and engineer a tidal wave of immigrants seeking freebies instead of freedom, we are now locked on an inexorable path toward the demise of the Republic.

1st, a majority of Americans probably don't support Obama...40% of Americans didnt even vote.

2nd, Obama does not have even close to free reign. The R's can block every single thing he wants in both the House and the Senate, and there is an ostensibly R leaning SCOTUS.

Obama's only recourse is executive caveat.
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Valorius;38370 Wrote:
Gman106;38273 Wrote:Speaking for myself, it is not an issue of personal resignation, it's the shocking realization in the wake of this election that a majority of Americans now prefer a paternal government in exchange for individual liberty and they vote accordingly.

With Obama & Co. in charge for another four years and with free reign to promote the entitlement mentality and engineer a tidal wave of immigrants seeking freebies instead of freedom, we are now locked on an inexorable path toward the demise of the Republic.

1st, a majority of Americans probably don't support Obama...40% of Americans didnt even vote.
If they don't vote, they don't count.

2nd, Obama does not have even close to free reign. The R's can block every single thing he wants in both the House and the Senate, and there is an ostensibly R leaning SCOTUS.
Then the R's are accused of gridlock. Those who vote for freebies can simply bounce the R's majority in 2014. As for SCOTUS, you do recall a little issue recently decided by Chief Justice Roberts, I assume? Any expectation that this court will break right on split decisions is out the window, and the thief-in-Chief can further stack the court in the next four years.

Obama's only recourse is executive caveat.

The takers have figured-out that they simply sit on their ass and vote for their welfare state and the left is all too happy to give it to them. It's a symbiotic relationship and since there are now more of them then there are of us, the future looks quite blight to me.
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#40
Suck it up and drive on Airman.
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