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Carol
10-19-2008, 09:57 PM
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texpatriot2004 (1000+ posts) Sun Oct-19-08 09:26 PM
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I wonder what the reaction from the Right will be when Obama is
elected. As Nov. 4th approaches I find myself reflecting on the last two "elections" and all these very hard long years under * - who, BTW I have never considered to be my President but not because I don't like him, it's because he was validly elected in my opinion. So, observing the hate mongering and fear mongering by the GOP, by Gramps McSame and failin' Palin, by right wing talk show hosts, in addition to my online observations about racists hanging ghosts from a noose, or a McSame supporter assaulting an Obama volunteer...anyway, you get the drift. I really wonder what the reaction will be from the right-wing-nuts.

Somehow Americans like myself have managed not to incite violence, or attack those who don't agree with you, or cause riots, or cause a violent revolution, etc. after "selection 2000" or the Diebold "election" in 2004 which wasn't transparent, could not be audited and therefore wasn't Democratic not to mention this was combined with massive voter suppression perpetrated by the GOP. As I hear comments from the Repubs like "I will never consider Obama to be my President" or "I don't want an African American running this country" and other ignorant, racist remarks. BTW, I never wanted a moron with an evil, criminal cabal either now did I!

I can hardly believe this nightmare of almost 8 years will soon be over THANK GOD! I can hardly believe I/we survived it. I had a bad feeling back before * took office (literally) in 2000 about what he would do and what would happen to Americans and to our country. It turned out worse than I could ever have imagined.

I think that Repubs have been listening to Rush, and Coulter and O'Reilly and other fact-less hatemongers for so many years now - back to 1992 or before that I can recall. How will they react? How will they respond? They are very ignorant of the facts. They are ill informed about the issues. They have been brainwashed in many ways.

I wonder if they will be able to do what we have done? Will they be able to keep the peace? Will they be able to ride it out without violence?

I wonder? Wow. He is congratulating liberals for not being violent. No mention of all the hatred and vile accusations all in the name of BDS. Nor mention of all the DUers who were all for violent revolution

Oh well when McCain wins we will see if they continue to be "non violent" as well as full of "serenity, love and goodwill to McCain/Palin and conservatives" or whether their heads explode.

jobycom (1000+ posts) Sun Oct-19-08 09:32 PM
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1. They will claim we stole the election and go deep into denial while
launching increasingly disgusting attacks at him. Remember what they did to Clinton? They kept at him every second of his administration, accusing him of everything from draft dodging to rape, until they finally found a trumped up charge to impeach him on.

Obama will have no less difficult a time. I only Democrats are more loyal to him than they were to Clinton.
Right we trumped up a charge that Clinton lied under oath. Oh, wait....he did lie under oath, and that is a felony.
Beregond2 (1000+ posts) Sun Oct-19-08 09:37 PM
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3. That is just what they will do.
Fortunately, we are much more organized now, with much better tools to counteract their B.S. We may have learned slowly, but we learned well.

tularetom (1000+ posts) Sun Oct-19-08 09:35 PM
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2. They will be spurred to ugly words and perhaps actions by their radio heroes
They have a tenuous grip on their emotions to begin with and pus limpbag, savage weiner, and other syndicated hatemongers know this. They can manipulate these poor stupid pieces a shit with just a few well chosen buzz words.

I look for some ugly shit to go down. First skirmishes in the culture war if you will. Sounds like projection to me. Sure conservatives will be upset and will say so; it still won't be like the liberals when they lost. But of course they will say that they had a right to be angry because Bush stole the election while Obama won it fair and square. Or that their anger is righteous, while the anger of conservatives is hatred.

spenbax (1000+ posts) Sun Oct-19-08 09:40 PM
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4. I think inwardly they will be relieved. A Republican won't have to
clean up the truly ugly mess left by their party and if Obama can clean it up, Republicans will reap the benefits too; if Obama fails, they can say their favorite saying "I told you so". They really win either way - unless, of course, McCain is elected. Then we all lose.

morgan2 (1000+ posts) Sun Oct-19-08 09:41 PM
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5. I predict no less than 3 failed assasination attempts If so it will be by Muslims who are angry that Obama has let them think that he is a Muslim and then doesn't give them everything they want. Or else from a disgruntled liberal.

Bubba Dawg
10-19-2008, 10:13 PM
First, it ain't over til it's over. We'll see how it all shakes out.

But, if Barak Obama is the next president, I have confidence that the Right will be Loyal Americans, and will also be a Loyal Opposition. We, the Right, will hold to our principles, because they are longstanding and are a part of our innermost being.

We will be people of integrity. We always have been and we always will be. We will have character. We will be honest and true.

GrumpyOldLady
10-20-2008, 06:47 AM
The right will cry over the fact that Obama will destroy this country.

The lieft will become a bunch of naziesque brown shirts refusing to let the right have their right of free speech and they won't let us criticize 'The One'

http://noquarterusa.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/obamashutup.jpg

marinejcksn
10-20-2008, 08:26 AM
texpatriot2004 (1000+ posts) Sun Oct-19-08 09:26 PM
Original message
I wonder what the reaction from the Right will be when Obama is
elected. As Nov. 4th approaches I find myself reflecting on the last two "elections" and all these very hard long years under * - who, BTW I have never considered to be my President but not because I don't like him, it's because he was validly elected in my opinion.

I can hardly believe this nightmare of almost 8 years will soon be over THANK GOD! I can hardly believe I/we survived it.


The 1st highlighted sentence shows this guy isn't a liberal at all. He admits Bush was Validly Elected in 2000.:D

2nd highlighted sentence........REALLY? You can "hardly believe we survived it"? So far in the history of our great nation, we have survived:

The Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican-American War, The Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War 1, World War 2, The Korean War, The Vietnam War, Invasions of Grenada & Panama, The Gulf War, Somali Civil War, War in Afghanistan and OIF.

The Tri-State Tornado, Peshtigo Fire, Johnstown Flood, Heat Wave of 1988, Heat Wave of 1980, Okeechobee Hurricane, Great San Francisco Fire and Earthquake, Dust Bowl of the 1930's, Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Galveston.

NOT TO MENTION THE MOTHERFLIPPIN GREAT DEPRESSION.

And this idiot "can hardly believe" we survived 8 years of GWB? What a dope.:rolleyes:

linda22003
10-20-2008, 08:30 AM
I think that poster meant to say "he WASN'T validly elected, in my opinion", and simply did not have the literacy skills to construct the sentence correctly.

marinejcksn
10-20-2008, 08:34 AM
I think that poster meant to say "he WASN'T validly elected, in my opinion", and simply did not have the literacy skills to construct the sentence correctly.

That was my consensus also, I just felt the urge to point that out and laugh. :p

Still though whoever this is, they clearly don't know their U.S. history if they think ol Bushy nearly destroyed this nation. :rolleyes:

FDK
10-20-2008, 09:32 AM
On November 5, I will immediately start calling for:


Opeachment

Troll
10-20-2008, 09:56 AM
But, if Barak Obama is the next president, I have confidence that the Right will be Loyal Americans, and will also be a Loyal Opposition. We, the Right, will hold to our principles, because they are longstanding and are a part of our innermost being.

We will be people of integrity. We always have been and we always will be. We will have character. We will be honest and true.

Thunder-stealer. :)

If Obama is elected, my 'reaction' will be the same as if McCain is elected.

I will wake up in the morning, eat, work, play, pay taxes, correspond with friends and loved ones, and gripe on CU about how we let yet another liberal in the White House. If you're expecting tears, riots, or exodus, look elsewhere. What I do is what I'll continue to do regardless of who is in the White House.

What will you do if McCain is elected? Be honest now.

SarasotaRepub
10-20-2008, 10:01 AM
On November 5, I will immediately start calling for:



Opeachment



Hee,hee! :D

If Teh One wins, and I think it's likely, he will be my President.
Sorry to disappoint DUmmies. :p

Legit Voter
10-20-2008, 11:56 AM
If O’Bama becomes POTUS, the Rose Garden be no moe, It be known as the melon patch, and it will smell like dung.

jinxmchue
10-20-2008, 11:59 AM
If O’Bama becomes POTUS, the Rose Garden be no moe, It be known as the melon patch, and it will smell like dung.

Nice try.

No, wait. It wasn't.

linda22003
10-20-2008, 12:22 PM
If O’Bama becomes POTUS, the Rose Garden be no moe, It be known as the melon patch, and it will smell like dung.

What a nice first post. :rolleyes: Welcome.

Dan D. Doty
10-20-2008, 12:33 PM
If O’Bama becomes POTUS, the Rose Garden be no moe, It be known as the melon patch, and it will smell like dung.

Nice try asswipe :rolleyes:

Now go tell your friends at the Hive you're still a loser.

Dan D. Doty
10-20-2008, 12:40 PM
Now back to the subject at hand.

Sadly the Moonbats can not reason, they believe that everyone does as they would do ( I hate them, so they must hate me).

The wise tries to predict the outcome of others, the fool measures everything by the lenght of their stunted ego.

Constitutionally Speaking
10-20-2008, 12:42 PM
Barack Obama will be my President, and I will accept that as fact. I will redouble my efforts to educate people as to the policies and the long term negative affects his policies will have on our freedoms and our prosperity. In other words, I will be the opposition, but I will be the loyal opposition.

Ree
10-20-2008, 01:00 PM
Let him win first....

I'll prolly think the same as any after election day....I wonder how this one(politician) will try to screw me now...

movie buff
10-20-2008, 01:01 PM
It's much too close to call.
If Obama wins, I'll be the loyal opposition.
I'll think it's unfortunate, but I won't go nuts over it like the DUmmies obviously would if McCain won.
Speaking of which, if McCain won, I'd be happy, maybe celebrate quietly with a good dinner or something, but that's it. Oh, and of course I'd check out here a lot to see the DUmmies' heads 'sploding over it.
Either way, the winner is who God would have wanted to win.

enslaved1
10-20-2008, 01:02 PM
Reading the title of the thread turned the light on for me. Why is ACORN working so hard this election? So if Obama pulls it off (I agree with Bubba, it ain't over till the check clears the bank), and we start talking about election fraud, the moonbats will sit back and say "when WE claimed fraud, you all called us nuts, so now we are gonna call you nuts nanny nanny boo boo."

If Obama does get elected, I'm going to sit back and say I told you so to the moonbats when they come banging on my door begging for cover from whichever war breaks out, a new civil war or the islamofacist invasion, both starting after the total economic collapse caused by his attempt turn us into a socialist state.

linda22003
10-20-2008, 01:02 PM
Either way, the winner is who God would have wanted to win.

Really? I didn't even know He was registered.

InspiredHome
10-20-2008, 01:26 PM
I'll buy a "Don't blame me, I voted for McCain" sticker.

InspiredHome
10-20-2008, 01:28 PM
Really? I didn't even know He was registered.

The king's heart is in the hand of the LORD;
he directs it like a watercourse wherever he pleases.

Proverbs 21:1


Ultimately, God is in control no matter who is in the White House. :D

linda22003
10-20-2008, 01:44 PM
Ultimately, God is in control no matter who is in the White House. :D

That's rather different than saying he wills certain people to win.

crockspot
10-20-2008, 03:46 PM
I wonder what the reaction of the DUmmies will be when, after Obama wins, Teh Chimperor sends out the secret code word, and we put Teh Camps into full operation?

CHIMP LAW FOR A THOUSAND YEARS!!!!!!!11111oneeleven

marinejcksn
10-21-2008, 01:12 AM
Who the Fudge is this 'legit voter' moron? 1st post to introduce yourself and you spot some idiotic racial crap? Kiss my grits.:mad:

AmPat
10-21-2008, 04:20 AM
I wonder what the reaction from the Right will be when Obama is elected.

Ever hear of John Galt?:cool:

marinejcksn
10-21-2008, 04:26 AM
Ever hear of John Galt?:cool:

I'm bout to start reading that.:cool:

Right after I finish 'The Wealth of Nations'....I'm on pg. 44...:(

Constitutionally Speaking
10-21-2008, 07:06 AM
I'll buy a "Don't blame me, I voted for McCain" sticker.


That will be akin to treason with the "Change" administration.

linda22003
10-21-2008, 08:18 AM
I'm bout to start reading that.:cool:

Right after I finish 'The Wealth of Nations'....I'm on pg. 44...:(

Then you only have about 850 pages to go. Read P.J. O'Rourke's witty and informative distillation of it instead. :)

YupItsMe
10-21-2008, 03:36 PM
If Obama wins I will handle it as an absolute adult. I will only refer to him as "@" for the next four years. ;)

Dan D. Doty
10-21-2008, 10:24 PM
An Obama win does mean one thing; DU will be the ones in power, they will lose the role of dessenter and we will be casted in that part. Thus they will havelost that part of the drama of life they have embraced with the most passion; worse still, they have study for none other.


After a time , you may find that having is not so pleasing a thing, after all as wanting. It is not logical, but it is often true..

Spock, AMOK TIME, Star Trek TOS.

I fear there will be little, if any freedom in nation run by those of the same ilk as those who haunt DU.
Small minds and dead hearts never create greatness, only misery in their wake.

Elspeth
10-22-2008, 12:57 AM
If Obama is elected, my 'reaction' will be the same as if McCain is elected.

I will wake up in the morning, eat, work, play, pay taxes, correspond with friends and loved ones, and gripe on CU about how we let yet another liberal in the White House. If you're expecting tears, riots, or exodus, look elsewhere. What I do is what I'll continue to do regardless of who is in the White House.


You mean conservatives can't trash a major city like LA if we're unhappy? We've just got to eat breakfast, go to work and pay taxes?

Oh, all right. :cool:

AmPat
10-22-2008, 07:01 AM
I'm bout to start reading that.:cool:

Right after I finish 'The Wealth of Nations'....I'm on pg. 44...:(

Good for you. I've read it twice and recommend it often. As a more serious answer to the question: I will start acquiring more rental properties while the values are down and rent them to all the Uh-Bama sheeple that voted for The One out of sheer stupidity and ignorance.:cool:

FlaGator
10-22-2008, 08:18 AM
My reaction will be to pretty much keep going on with life as I always have. If there is one thing that I've learned over the last 20 years is that all these people are basically the same. They say one thing to get elected and do something else once in office. I have structured my life so that it has minimal effect on me. I would like to see a Rebub in office but it one kill me if Obama's wins. As Bubba pointed out, I'll be a gracious loser and work to get a republican elected next time.

Elections are like a box of chocolate. No matter who is voted in you never know what you're going to get.
-- Karl Rove Gump

Goldwater
10-22-2008, 09:51 AM
You mean conservatives can't trash a major city like LA if we're unhappy? We've just got to eat breakfast, go to work and pay taxes?

Oh, all right. :cool:

You don't want the country to shut down! :D

BadCat
10-22-2008, 11:04 AM
If Hussien is elected, my wife will quit her job. We can't afford it, it puts us into one of his targeted tax brackets.

I'm already in the process of switching my S corp over to a "Delaware" corporation, so I can get the income it generates off of mine. I'll be raising the rent on my rental properties by 10% next year to make up for some of the coming inflation.

I have already sold almost every share of stock I owned, and put that money into fixed interest securities, because Hussien is going to be REAL bad for business if he's elected.