Sore Winners?

Let me first say that politically I am a conservative. Second currently there is no popular political party that even comes close to representing how I feel the US should be governed. And finally my party affiliation is officially unaffiliated. They allow this in North Carolina.

I held my nose and voted for President a few weeks ago. I wasn’t enamored by either candidate.

One guy won under a groundswell of passion from the likes of a lot of my friends and relatives.    

Okay, good. We can go about our normal lives….not so fast.

My republican pals are now blaming everything that is bad on Obama even though the guy hasn’t taken office.

My democratic pal’s are just angry now for what, I don’t know. I would think the democrats would be jubilant. This is good as it gets my democratic friends. You’ll soon have 100% control of the federal government. Be happy; get to working and making the government like you want.

The election is over let’s talk about other things and be nice. Everyone has the right to think and believe what they want to think and believe. I just don’t want to hear about it all the time. 

8 comments:

Judy said...

Amen!

Knot said...

Constitution Party

http://www.constitutionparty.com/

I'm switching.

Knot

Kuckie said...

A-MEN!!!!

Michael said...

Unfortunately, even after the election, progressive people still have reason to be angry, frustrated and disappointed. Apparently, there is still a lot of hatred being spread around - see this Chicago Tribune story - Obama's election spurs 'hundreds' of racial incidents around the country.

Wreggie said...

True and that's the way life is. No need to be angry when you knew they were out there to begin with and knew they wouldn't suddenly convert and think "correctly".

You are choosing to be angry at something you can't change but you did support what change you could.

Be happy for what you can change and let the secret service deal with these creeps.

micky-t just wants everyone to play nice said...

The game of blame!
Maybe their[dems] angry for being blamed for all this shit.
Seeing as how YOU brought this up I'd like to add one little comment on where I think we're at.
I thought whoever was elected was going to need a large shovel to get out of the knee high pile of shit that was being left on the lawn of the big house. Well, now I think a straw might be the first tool needed because the shit is piling up so fast by the time he makes office it will be up to his shoulders.

[thanks for letting me add a little more shit to your site]

Michael said...

Wreg, I don't count myself among the angry, I count myself among the disappointed. I find it sad that in this day and age, there are so many sick and twisted %&$#wads teaching their children to hate at an early age.

And I think to accept it is to condone it.

The secret service may deal with the creeps making plausible threats, but its not likely they're going to investigate a busload of schoolkids chanting "assassinate Obama".

If we want to live in a civilized society it is up to all of us to make it known, especially to children, that this is unacceptable behavior.

terri said...

You spurred some passion with this post! Good for you!