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Soon to be Speaker Boehner ( who by the way, Proudly stood side by side with a Nazi sympathizer, someone who puts on the Nazi uniform, a symbolism for "white supremacy") stated that the GOP tidal wave is definitely not a time for celebration.  He certainly got that right, because this is a time for Woe!  And by the way the Tea-Partiers, will be their worse "nightmare".

But, it will be average Americans who will get hurt by this tidal wave of destruction, which will not bring in anything good for the people.  It came to me watching this debacle, this "tidal wave of destruction", that it is the North vs. the South all over again, in another cleverly disguised form, and sometimes not so disguised.  I mean when they say take their country back, take it back from whom?

And, it's amazing to me the "fickleness" of the American people to go back and elect GOP operatives that brought this country to the brink of ruin and catastrophe.  Haven't they suffered enough?  The GOP Party is obviously a group for big business and corporations and Not a group for the People!  They are not even for small businesses, though they pretend to be.  If they were for small business, than why are there so many large Wal-marts, Lowes, Home Depots, so that the small mom and pop operations are squeezed out of business.  Democrats even have to fight the GOP to get them to extend UE benefits when needed, especially when GOP know that the jobs are just not here anymore due to their policies of outsourcing good jobs to China and India and on the otherhand saying No to any investment in America and her infrastructure which by the way, creates jobs, jobs, jobs!   Does anyone in the GOP Party have a heart or compassion for anyone or anything other than big business?

I feel sorry for average Americans who continue to shoulder the tax burdens because the wealthy and big Corporations pay very little or no taxes at all due to tax loopholes, which is just another way of lying and cheating and getting over on the American people.  If the American people want more money in their wallets, than they should go about getting the wealthy to pay their fair share once again.

We, who truly love humanity, justice and an equal playing field, can only pray that the people will eventually see through the GOP lies and deceptions and get off the "yellow brick road" to nowhere, before its too late and we really do become a third-world country under dictatorship once again!

Originally posted to bacalove on Wed Nov 03, 2010 at 06:28 AM PDT.

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  •  Did you know, (0+ / 0-)

    that after the fall of the Soviet Union, when the country was in economic turmoil and unemployment was rampant, that many people in the country wanted to return to communism? At least they had jobs. When the Iraq govt was toppled, a MAJORITY of Iraqi's wanted to return to Saddam. They had jobs. That's what this election was about. But you guys just don't get it. You fiddle while Rome burns.

    It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog.

    by AKA potsi on Wed Nov 03, 2010 at 06:37:02 AM PDT

    •  The reason we don't have jobs... (0+ / 0-)

      ...is because the corporate establishment is sitting on billions upon billions of dollars waiting out the black man. Last night's election results may get the money trickling down again, but I wouldn't count on it, at least not without a lot of talk of bipartisanship and compromise by the corporatist Democrats.

      There has been a capital strike, gone largely unacknowledged, and now we are back to kissing the ass of a lot of Christianists and fascists that are coming across with as much paternalistic condescension as possible, scolding all of us dirty hippies for our refusal to buy the society they're selling.

      We'll see how effectively they're able to govern...

      -5.38 -4.72 T. "...a mosque that rejects radicalism is not a symbol of the enemy's victory; it is a prerequisite for our own." Michael Gerson

      by trevzb on Wed Nov 03, 2010 at 09:46:18 AM PDT

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      •  you missed my point (0+ / 0-)

        I wasn't trying to say right or wrong. I was simply stating a fact. Most people in this country have either been laid off, fired, outsourced or know someone who has. The democrats spent the last 2 years getting a health care bill passed. Most people aren't going to give a whit about healthcare when they don't have a job. It doesn't matter why they don't have a job. You know, I thought you missed my point, but I think you actually made it for me instead. You just don't get it.

        It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the dog.

        by AKA potsi on Wed Nov 03, 2010 at 09:54:19 AM PDT

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        •  To the contrary... (0+ / 0-)

          ...many people without jobs are worried a great deal about how they'll obtain health care, since it's no longer provided by their employers.

          -5.38 -4.72 T. "...a mosque that rejects radicalism is not a symbol of the enemy's victory; it is a prerequisite for our own." Michael Gerson

          by trevzb on Wed Nov 03, 2010 at 10:54:25 AM PDT

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  •  It is gridlock all over again (0+ / 0-)
    The only thing missing is the GOP operatives digging used underwear out of the White House garbage. I suppose that begins today.
  •  qwerty (0+ / 0-)
    bacalove, please see my comment here: http://www.dailykos.com/...

    and my sigline. Thanks.

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