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  1. #1 I miss Bush. There, I said it. 
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    lapislzi (1000+ posts) Mon Sep-26-11 02:17 PM
    Original message I miss Bush. There, I said it.


    I meet monthly with a group of writers. We're all Democrats, mostly hard-core, with a couple of us holding mildly conservative Ps of V on a couple of issues. But Democrats we are, no question.

    When Bush was in office, we were ANGRY! Our meetings were full of ire and outrage. We dissed and dissected; we lampooned and lambasted. No topic was off limits and discussions often burned far into the night, fueled by our simmering fumarole of discontent. We voted with our feet. We protested. We wrote letters. Some of us stood for office. We knew who the enemy was, and we howled with rage.

    Now, when someone raises a political issue, the others weakly wave it down. We are too depressed and demoralized to even broach the subject most of the time. We feel the shame of having been sold out and disappointed. We cannot summon the energy to speculate about the bleak future we all face.

    At 50, I am the youngest member of the group. Some of my elders are working in their 80s. The woman who taught first grade for 30 years has seen her pension dwindle, her children's and grandchildren's futures shrink down to the size of a postage stamp.

    I want my anger back. Go ahead, DU. Flame me. The worst that can happen is I might get mad.


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    I want my anger back.
    And Obama has said you can't have it back...you need to shut up.."quit whining...quit complaining get out of your house slippers and put your marching shoes on".

    Silly Libtard...you're not allowed to be angry when Teh Won is in office.
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    The libs/dems of today are the Quislings of former years. The cowards who would vote a fraud into office in exchange for handouts from the devil.
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    FarLeftFist (1000+ posts) Mon Sep-26-11 03:13 PM
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    10. Obama's only been in office for 2 1/2 years. It's OK to still be mad at Bush.
    Obama isn't in possession of a magic wand.
    Permission to indulge oneself in BDS has been granted.
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    Shakespear said it best

    The fault lies not in our stars, but in ourselves.

    The one place the Moonbats fear to look ... in the mirror.

    The only person who we can change is us, and I don't think the Moonbats are going to do that very soon.
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    Pab Sungenis (1000+ posts) Mon Sep-26-11 02:38 PM
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    6. Really? Read this site.

    We still have the anger, we've just turned it on each other.
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