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By JGillman, Section News
Talking about how moderates have been chased out, and that is the reason for the pretender keeping his job in the white house.
The moderates en-mass, are the modern day equivalent of Neville Chamberlain, offering appeasement and capitulation thus normalizing the freakish behaviors, looting, and social destruction the progressives bring. Instead of making an argument for a principle, offering instead a "respect" for a perverted point of view tendered by those progressives. The looters outnumber us, the voting wolves are upon the voting sheep, and the cycle is now irreversible.
Until Rome burns completely.
OK. Funny thing about the type of misery those looting folks are going to discover. Pain is truly theoretical until one places that hand upon the stove. Stupidity MUST be painful.
This election should have been a blow out.
Mitt Romney, Herman Cain, Rick Santorum or any of the others down to that crazyassed Gary Johnson should have blown out the loser who has presided over an actual 11% unemployment, and 30% under-employment, loss of stature in the world, defective energy policy, tyrannical regulatory environments, lessened security, inappropriate supreme court justice picks, etc., etc., and freaking etc..
Romney became that moderate. Ask his etch-a-sketch.
Yes, this election should have been a blow out. Instead it was an absolute embarrassment.
And we have now lost the United states Supreme court, and quite possibly our constitution forever.
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