SonnabendGuest11-08-2008, 08:18 PMOne can disapprove of an action a President does and even protest them without being anit-the President. I'm sorry that some on these message boards have gone too far with i
Not a chance in hell.
11-08-2008, 08:44 PM
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11-09-2008, 07:27 AM
We talked about 10-15 minutes about the dire consequences of what just happened on Tuesday night. They said people at another storage area were already not getting rents paid by the due date. When they inquired, 6 out of the 20 tenants said that with Obama winning the election, they thought they didn't have to pay anymore.
One of them told me about a wealthy man he knew. That guy plans on staying in the country, but 5 other people he knows plan on leaving now. I know it's hearsay, but I think it's quite believable. I don't know where they'd go...perhaps Ireland or New Zealand?? Certainly few places in Europe or Asia, no place in Africa or South America. It seems one of the differences between conservatives and liberals is that conservatives don't renege on their oath to leave when they see things ready to get really ugly.
But back to this whole 52-to-48 thing: Liberals are like spoiled little brat children. When they don't get their way, they wail and whine and throw temper tantrums and hissy fits. When they get their way, suddenly they expect their "playmates" to forget about all their bad behavior?
SonnabendGuest11-09-2008, 08:30 AM
Lanie. here is a small snippet of what conservatives have endured over the last eight years
I also remind you that Pres. Bush has been utterly demonised over the last eight years, abused, reviled...and I did not ever see one word out of you condemning any of it.
So I don't want to hear it. You have been part of the problem for eight years..and now you come back with this pious "why can't we all get along?"
Oh trust me, you dont want to hear what I really think.
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