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SarasotaRepub
06-09-2012, 07:41 PM
These people are just retarded, some at least... (http://www.democraticunderground.com/1002790544)




Sat Jun 9, 2012, 04:22 PM
CTyankee



Re Wisconsin. What stage of grief are you in?

I've been through anger and denial but I am not yet really into acceptance. I guess depression is about my stage right now, altho I try not to dwell on it.

I know. I know. Turn off the TV and get the talking heads out of your daily consciousness...

Time for a little Brahms, I think...I can cry through the Requiem...that always helps!





Poor widdle babies. :frown-new::biggrin-new:

fettpett
06-09-2012, 07:46 PM
http://www.littlestuffedbull.com/images/comics/haha082109/haha-avengers262.jpg


:evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin:


nothing like laughing at the faux anger of libtards

Odysseus
06-10-2012, 12:13 AM
http://www.littlestuffedbull.com/images/comics/haha082109/haha-avengers262.jpg


:evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin::evil-grin:


nothing like laughing at the faux anger of libtards

Considering what they were like after the 2008 election, I don't see that they have anything to complain about.

fettpett
06-10-2012, 12:32 AM
Considering what they were like after the 2008 election, I don't see that they have anything to complain about.


IKR...just image how much fun it was walking out of a factory full of Union-morons :rolleyes::frown-new:

Apocalypse
06-10-2012, 12:46 AM
wow


caesars things (26 posts)
7. The stage where I know that it's a rigged game, everyone has partaken from the grape Kool-Aid and are fast asleep and still defend electronic voting! http://www.democraticunderground.com/emoticons/nuke.gif

They're CONtrolling it by remote control and the sheeple just. don't. get. it. http://www.democraticunderground.com/emoticons/banghead.gif




Poiuyt (11,931 posts)
11. I hang my hat on the fact that we took control of the State Senate The new Senate Majority Leader sent out the following message after the election:


Last night was a tough night for us in Wisconsin. After being outspent 8 to 1 by Scott Walker and the billionaire Koch brothers, we lost the gubernatorial recall.

But what the national media is not telling you is: I am the new Democratic Senate Majority Leader after winning an important Senate recall election by just hundreds of votes.

Starting today, Senate Democrats will be a strong check on Scott Walker's power. If Walker tries to pass extreme policies that bust unions, hurt women, or attack middle-class families, we will have one word for him: No. We will demand laws that benefit the middle class and start repairing our state.



I don't think that walker will be able to ramrod his fascist agenda through quite so easily.

The WP put is closer to $2-$1. Keep in mind. Obama outspent McCain $3-$1. And on them getting control. Their party leader in the house Senate. Said they expect to lose control after Nov.

Then there is this gem.


former9thward (3,907 posts) 14. Unfortunately it was an empty win.

The legislature is not in session and is not going to be in session until after the November elections where more senate seats are up. So control of the senate will depend on who wins in November.

Some one got it.


agent46 (http://www.democraticunderground.com/?com=profile&uid=206016) (514 posts)
15. No grief here

I privately predicted the result to myself just to see if I was paranoid or if i really did have a grasp of what's happening in this country. The only surprise was how quickly it went down without a single objection from anyone.

I think WI was a dry run for November. I am not optimistic at this point but I've come to terms with the idea that democracy is dead and we are now a fascist state with mock elections.



There's his DU name from the CNN video.

Hubie
06-10-2012, 01:00 AM
I can honestly say that when Obama won, I never went through any stages of grief. I was disappointed in America, but he won the election. I immediately accepted it an I moved on (unlike the dot org, which never moves on).

Lager
06-10-2012, 10:29 AM
It's revealing that the actions of voters in a state that many of them know little about and probably couldn't even locate on a map, cause them so much angst. It brings to mind the "stages of grief" many school girls went through in the sixties, when they found out one of the Beatles was married.

Dan D. Doty
06-10-2012, 04:46 PM
I'm getting impatience, when are they going to enter the suicidal stage?