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  posted on 11/6/2008 at 06:24 PM







 
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  posted on 11/6/2008 at 06:33 PM
That seems to be the topic du jour. Everyone saying Tuesday night made them "choke up" or brought "tears to my eyes". (Watching Jesse Jackson cry was a bit much. Then again, he's always "Jesse On The Spot".

It brought tears to my eyes too. I have to break out my hammer and sickle flag out of mothballs now.

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 12:12 AM
Very very nice photos.

McCain's gracious concession speech almost had me in tears.

Seeing Jesse Jackson in tears was a touching moment for me. Very poignant.

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 06:47 AM
Obama's campaign captured in 4 pictures. A picture IS worth a thousand words.

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 07:15 AM

 

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It brought tears to my eyes too. I have to break out my hammer and sickle flag out of mothballs now.


No, no. The new flag of the glorious People's Republic of America is all white. A surrender flag.

 

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It brought tears to my eyes too. I have to break out my hammer and sickle flag out of mothballs now.


No, no. The new flag of the glorious People's Republic of America is all white. A surrender flag.


How bout' you 2 find you a nice country somewhere else that you believe in.....


 

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It brought tears to my eyes too. I have to break out my hammer and sickle flag out of mothballs now.


No, no. The new flag of the glorious People's Republic of America is all white. A surrender flag.


How bout' you 2 find you a nice country somewhere else that you believe in.....




I believe in THIS country. Those who voted to "change" it do not.

 

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It brought tears to my eyes too. I have to break out my hammer and sickle flag out of mothballs now.


No, no. The new flag of the glorious People's Republic of America is all white. A surrender flag.


How bout' you 2 find you a nice country somewhere else that you believe in.....




I believe in THIS country. Those who voted to "change" it do not.

Wrong again, comrade. Freedom to choose the direction of this country, based on the will of the majority of the people, is exactly what this country, and freedom, is all about. The freedom of the people to choose. What you espouse has nothing to do with the principles of freedom and liberty this country was founded on. This country was born out of rebellion to the very thing you say it now stands for.

 

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I believe in THIS country. Those who voted to "change" it do not.

Wrong again, comrade. Freedom to choose the direction of this country, based on the will of the majority of the people, is exactly what this country, and freedom, is all about. The freedom of the people to choose. What you espouse has nothing to do with the principles of freedom and liberty this country was founded on. This country was born out of rebellion to the very thing you say it now stands for.


What I espouse? What might that be, praytell? I'm fascinated to know what I "say it now stands for."

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 10:40 AM
Wonderful world,
Beautiful people.

Many tears of joy shed.

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 10:41 AM
Thanks for sharing those photos, dmccabe - very touching.

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 10:42 AM
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Seeing Jesse Jackson in tears was a touching moment for me. Very poignant.
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Oh please, he was only crying because he wasn't the one standing on the stage. He is a loser.

 

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How bout' you 2 find you a nice country somewhere else that you believe in.....




I believe in THIS country. Those who voted to "change" it do not.

Wrong again, comrade. Freedom to choose the direction of this country, based on the will of the majority of the people, is exactly what this country, and freedom, is all about. The freedom of the people to choose. What you espouse has nothing to do with the principles of freedom and liberty this country was founded on. This country was born out of rebellion to the very thing you say it now stands for.


What I espouse? What might that be, praytell? I'm fascinated to know what I "say it now stands for."

Your words, I assume your beliefs. Your statement says those who voted for change do not believe in the same country you do. I assume you mean the US. Which leads to my statement. Care to clarify what I am missing?

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 11:41 AM
Look, to the LEFT - the FAR LEFT - that Joe Baseball guy is wearing a RED hat!

OMG! Is that woman between the two Stalinist youth wearing a head-covering?!?!

We're all doomed! God help us!

 

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How bout' you 2 find you a nice country somewhere else that you believe in.....




I believe in THIS country. Those who voted to "change" it do not.

Wrong again, comrade. Freedom to choose the direction of this country, based on the will of the majority of the people, is exactly what this country, and freedom, is all about. The freedom of the people to choose. What you espouse has nothing to do with the principles of freedom and liberty this country was founded on. This country was born out of rebellion to the very thing you say it now stands for.


What I espouse? What might that be, praytell? I'm fascinated to know what I "say it now stands for."

Your words, I assume your beliefs. Your statement says those who voted for change do not believe in the same country you do. I assume you mean the US. Which leads to my statement. Care to clarify what I am missing?


Hello? Hello?

 

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Are those kids Stalinist or Leninist? Castro-ist? Mao-ist?

We know TopDroog is a card carrying member of the communist party. LOL. (just kiidding, Droog, I admire you. I would really like to talk to you in person for a few hours before an ABB show, you crazy red).

What a great story that picture tells. Never have I been more proud to be an American.

 

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Are those kids Stalinist or Leninist? Castro-ist? Mao-ist?

We know TopDroog is a card carrying member of the communist party. LOL. (just kiidding, Droog, I admire you. I would really like to talk to you in person for a few hours before an ABB show, you crazy red).

What a great story that picture tells. Never have I been more proud to be an American.




I'm shooting for Atlanta in '09, brother.

And sorry I can't answer your question - I was just trying to pick someone universally vilified - trying to get my tongue as far into my cheek as it could go, you might say.

 

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How bout' you 2 find you a nice country somewhere else that you believe in.....




I believe in THIS country. Those who voted to "change" it do not.

Wrong again, comrade. Freedom to choose the direction of this country, based on the will of the majority of the people, is exactly what this country, and freedom, is all about. The freedom of the people to choose. What you espouse has nothing to do with the principles of freedom and liberty this country was founded on. This country was born out of rebellion to the very thing you say it now stands for.


What I espouse? What might that be, praytell? I'm fascinated to know what I "say it now stands for."

Your words, I assume your beliefs. Your statement says those who voted for change do not believe in the same country you do. I assume you mean the US. Which leads to my statement. Care to clarify what I am missing?


I don't need a civics lesson from the likes of you. Of course American are free to choose their leaders and the country's direction however I am likewise free to disagree with the choices others make. In this case I'm confident they voted for BarryO out of ignorance or spite or both and that his presidency will be a disaster.

For years Republicans and Bush supporters have been labeled ignorant, redneck hicks because of their beliefs. The election of BarryO proves that ignorance and stupidity is hardly the exclusive province of The Right.

If you voted for BarryO you might as well get used to people calling you stupid. Give him a couple years and you'll see those people were correct.

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 12:29 PM
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH.....I cant wait...your going to be soooo embarrassed.
 

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How bout' you 2 find you a nice country somewhere else that you believe in.....




I believe in THIS country. Those who voted to "change" it do not.

Wrong again, comrade. Freedom to choose the direction of this country, based on the will of the majority of the people, is exactly what this country, and freedom, is all about. The freedom of the people to choose. What you espouse has nothing to do with the principles of freedom and liberty this country was founded on. This country was born out of rebellion to the very thing you say it now stands for.


What I espouse? What might that be, praytell? I'm fascinated to know what I "say it now stands for."

Your words, I assume your beliefs. Your statement says those who voted for change do not believe in the same country you do. I assume you mean the US. Which leads to my statement. Care to clarify what I am missing?


I don't need a civics lesson from the likes of you. Of course American are free to choose their leaders and the country's direction however I am likewise free to disagree with the choices others make. In this case I'm confident they voted for BarryO out of ignorance or spite or both and that his presidency will be a disaster.

For years Republicans and Bush supporters have been labeled ignorant, redneck hicks because of their beliefs. The election of BarryO proves that ignorance and stupidity is hardly the exclusive province of The Right.

If you voted for BarryO you might as well get used to people calling you stupid. Give him a couple years and you'll see those people were correct.

Apparently you do when your contention is that those who disagree with you and vote differently than you do do not believe in America. That is what America is. I voted for Bush in 2000 and 2004 and I was subject to all the labels you describe. Now you are putting the same labels on me for wanting to change the direction our country has been going in. You are now what you rail against. That is hypocrisy. I believe I am responsible for treating everyone with respect and courtesy no matter what they do or say. I agree that you have not only the right but the obligation to voice your opinions and to disagree. I am more than willing to listen to ideas and approches to address the problems we are currently facing. What are yours?

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 12:32 PM
Seeing people get along and share in a great moment,very refreshing but hardly crying material...

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 12:38 PM
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How bout' you 2 find you a nice country somewhere else that you believe in.....




I believe in THIS country. Those who voted to "change" it do not.

Wrong again, comrade. Freedom to choose the direction of this country, based on the will of the majority of the people, is exactly what this country, and freedom, is all about. The freedom of the people to choose. What you espouse has nothing to do with the principles of freedom and liberty this country was founded on. This country was born out of rebellion to the very thing you say it now stands for.


What I espouse? What might that be, praytell? I'm fascinated to know what I "say it now stands for."

Your words, I assume your beliefs. Your statement says those who voted for change do not believe in the same country you do. I assume you mean the US. Which leads to my statement. Care to clarify what I am missing?


I don't need a civics lesson from the likes of you. Of course American are free to choose their leaders and the country's direction however I am likewise free to disagree with the choices others make. In this case I'm confident they voted for BarryO out of ignorance or spite or both and that his presidency will be a disaster.

For years Republicans and Bush supporters have been labeled ignorant, redneck hicks because of their beliefs. The election of BarryO proves that ignorance and stupidity is hardly the exclusive province of The Right.

If you voted for BarryO you might as well get used to people calling you stupid. Give him a couple years and you'll see those people were correct.

Apparently you do when your contention is that those who disagree with you and vote differently than you do do not believe in America.


They DON'T believe in my America if they voted for BarryO's America. They DO believe in big government, a nanny-state, redistribution of wealth, higher taxes and capitulation to our enemies. That may be the America they want but it's not my idea of America. I can, and will, call them stupid because I believe they are and I am FREE TO BELIEVE that they are. As yet I've seen no evidence to the contrary.

 

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  posted on 11/7/2008 at 12:43 PM
You couldn't stage those photo's. The change I'm looking for is for our childrens future. Maybe we could all learn a little from these kids.

 

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