Well folks it looks like we are in for another round of libtard rule. Normally, this would be an opportunity for sane folks to sit back and have a few laughs at the expense of the completely clueless in this country... a time for lite entertainment and some new skits to look forward to on late-night TV..... if only we were not living in such troubling and dangerous times.
Did the so-called "youth vote" finally show up at the polls this time around? I haven't been able to do a thorough analysis of the the exit polls but if the New Messiah made it in with the youth and immigrant votes, very well for them. But spend a few weekends at your local mall looking and listening to the inhabitants there and tell me if you don't have this feeling of impending doom run up your spine.
A few notable links and representative exerpts from the past couple of days:
Steve Milloy's commentary
on Nobel laureates for Obama>>>>"A quick review of the political contributions of the 76 Nobelists revealed that at least 28 of them have contributed to Democratic politicians, including Barack Obama. There seems to be no recent record of any of the signatories contributing to any Republicans. "
(Steve Milloy, JunkScience.com, 10/30/2008)Spook86's run-down
of the Jeff Shapiro article in the WSJ
calling attention to the lousy treatment of the Bush presidency by the usual cast of characters. The critical angle in this piece is not the libtard masses' inability to ever get over the Gore defeat of 2000, but much more chilling revelations of how this will affect our world view and security for decades to come >>>> "Our failure to stand by the one person who continued to stand by us has not gone unnoticed by our enemies. It has shown to the world how disloyal we can be when our president needed loyalty -- a shameful display of arrogance and weakness that will haunt this nation long after Mr. Bush has left the White House."
(Jeffrey Scott Shapiro, Wall Street Journal on-line, 11/5/2008)
And to wrap things up, a colorful analysis of what went wrong by Ann Coulter >>>> "How many times do we have to run this experiment before Republican primary voters learn that "moderate," "independent," "maverick" Republicans never win, and right-wing Republicans never lose? Indeed, the only good thing about McCain is that he gave us a genuine conservative, Sarah Palin. He's like one of those insects that lives just long enough to reproduce so that the species can survive."
(Ann Coulter.com, 11/5/2008).
Compare this to Spook86's pragmatic take on things>>>>"The good news is that conservatism is far from finished; in fact, where it actually appeared on the ballot, it flourished. Voters in California, Arizona and Florida approved referendums that banned gay marriage."