Im happy Obama going to be our next president, aren't you?

Why are McCain supporters so bitter about the future lose?

Asked By: Lamont - 10/13/2008
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I believe John McCain should be President. He has been in Office for 26 years. Obama you can count how many years he has been in the Senate on one hand. McCain has served in our armed forces, been a POW, and understands not only how the military works in a time of war, but also understands that the middle class is who... More
Answered By: Freedom - 10/13/2008
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McCain is far from a loss my friend. And I'm sorry I don't support socialist agendas.
Answered By: Country First - 10/13/2008
Answered By: bluechristy12 - 10/13/2008
Bitter? No. Depressed might be a better word. Depression might even be better than that. Why would you be happy about turning everything you have over to the gang who couldn't shoot straight, the federal government?
Answered By: JimSock - 10/13/2008
I am happy for you. I hope Obama will use some of that tax money that he is going to get to educate our youth so that can either learn to spell or learn to use spell checker.
Answered By: cheb - 10/13/2008
Happy no...certain that this period of rapid societal decline accelerated by the McCain/Obama election and the last three presidents will bring about an awakened bet. Worse is better and worse is what we get with either bring it on. Resolved to endure and persevere yes...happy no.
Answered By: The White Nick Fury - 10/13/2008
Your Liberal buddies put this country where it is today. Can't wait for what tomorrow holds. Why don't you lazy Socialist Liberals all move to Europe to live for free? I guess you're too lazy to do that as well, besides getting a job.
Answered By: 8***L - 10/13/2008
Republicans want to believe that a true democratic system is a one party system, or a least, a two party system where the only the GOP wins. They can't accept that the past 8 years have been terrible, mostly because of Republican decisions. I won't go through every political, economic and environmental decision... More
Answered By: John M - 10/13/2008
I am THRILLED and amazed at what sore losers the repukes are, but it makes me happy! And isn't it amazing how they try to turn THEIR past 8 years of horror into OUR fault??? Whiny bratty babies, wah wah wah!
Answered By: eschewobfuscation - 10/13/2008
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