America Lost

There’s not much to say. The Leftist have won the day and the Presidency. America has lost.

Someone please lower the flag to half mast and turn out the lights in mourning.

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18 Responses to “America Lost”

  1. John Says:

    If by leftists, you mean correctists, you would be right. Is it not better to have people in power that will pick up this great country, rather than drive it further into despair?

  2. nocompromise Says:

    Actually, my flag is now flying upside down. Also, expect America to be hit with a terrorist attack in the coming year seeing how the obamunist will be tested!

  3. Razzler Says:

    Oh please. A tad melodramatic?

  4. Amanda Says:

    I hope your comment about JFK was satirical, though I don’t find the allusion particularly amusing. If you were serious… well, I guess you can be grateful that under Obama you’re probably less likely to have your rights stripped as you’re secretly shipped off to a “place of detainment” (read: hellhole that blatantly defies any and all international human rights acts). In the end, we can only hope that the Democrats (like any newly elected governing body) do what’s best for the U.S.

  5. jonolan Says:

    John & Amanda,

    You have your views and now you have your President – and a Liberal-controlled House and Senate. There are no checks on what harm Obama will wreak on this land. This will only grow worse and more long lasting when he manages to appoint SCOTUS judges who will ignore the Constitution in favor of “social justice.”

  6. TRO Says:

    Sad day indeed. Barry will be worse than Carter because he will be both incompetent AND corrupt. I just hope we can survive the next four years.

    BTW, Amanda, I simply cannot wait for the thousands that have been shipped-off to those Bush political prisons to be released back into society. Where WILL we put them all? Hey, maybe they can room at your house?

  7. Kelly Mahan Jaramillo Says:

    Did anyone watch the speeches last night? Obama is reaching out to YOU – his acceptance speech was about all of us, and about all of us learning how to reach out and talk to each other and end hatred and bigotry. If you feel that America lost, you are choosing to fold your arms, shut your eyes, and refuting hope and goodwill.

    I hope you can come out of your sense of despair to reach out to your fellow Americans and realize that we are all one, under one flag.

    I believe the next 8 years will be good to you, if you will just allow it.

    Wont it be nice to have our constitutional rights restored? Habeas corpus restored?

    McCain himself, in his graceful speech last night, asked everyone who was behind him to put aside the differences and work with the new President.

    Why is this so hard?

    Give it a shot. Something new is always nerve-wracking, but it is time, and it would be nice if we could all work together, independently.

  8. RAD Says:

    Now that a Democrat has been elected president, the Democrats in Congress have no excuse. They can no longer pretend that they have to “hold back” to win the election.

    They have no excuse to delay war crimes charges against Bush, Cheney and company for Iraq.

    They have no excuse to delay war crimes charges for torture.

    They have no excuse to delay criminal charges for spying on Americans.

    They have no excuse to delay criminal charges for 9/11.

    Now is not the time for Democratic machine politics. Now is the time to implement true American values – cherished across the political aisle – of liberty and justice.

    There can be no liberty in America unless the tyrants who have tried to imprison us and enslave us are prosecuted.

    There can be no justice in America unless the high and mighty are held accountable for their actions.

    Obama is a former Constitutional law professor. He knows the value of the Constitution and the rule of law. He promised during his campaign to curb the unconstitutional practices of the executive branch.

    But that is not enough. Because if the tyrants in both parties who have trampled on the vision of the founding fathers are not held accountable, then future tyrants will learn that they can get away with it, also.

    Now that Obama has won, there is no excuse. Those who have trampled on our country and our people must be held to account for the whole world and future generations to see.

  9. jonolan Says:

    RAD sums up the ideology and behavior this post-American land can expect. Democratic Machine Politics will be the order of the day.

    When they stretch a hand across the aisle it will hold a knife.

  10. TRO Says:

    The good news is that if the Dems do any of the things RAD suggests, they will fail before they start. Besides, they would have to go after half their own party for all the same charges.

  11. TRO Says:

    What does “give it a shot” mean, Kelly? Cause if it means bending over and doing everything you guys want then the answer is nope.

  12. John Says:

    first of all, there will be no war crimes charges, democrats voted for war as well. second of all, name a successful ‘conservative.’ please…try. i’ll go back as far as reagan for you: good foreign policy, poor domestic policy. bush h.w.:same. bush w:poor foreign policy, poor domestic policy. now let’s look at bill clinton, i’m sure a liberal in your eyes: great foreign policy, great domestic policy. left office with the highest approval rating of all time. people do not approve of what bush did, why would they do so of what mccain would have done? imagine clinton’s success with more focus because obama won’t be concerned with getting a bj from a fat girl in a beret!

  13. jonolan Says:


    You’ve pointed out a large part of the problem. You think Clinton had great foreign policy and domestic policy, while you disparage Reagan. Nobody with that belief is likely to support anything that resembles a continuation of the America of Washington, Jefferson, Madison and the like.

  14. John Says:

    that is simply because times have changed. with the elastic clause, the contstition is allowed be be appled according to the times. and you cannot argue that anyone who called ketchup a vegetable had good domestic policy. besides, the america of the founding fathers is what we would like to go back to. not necessarily the exact ideals, but rather, being a great nation, that treats its citizens with respect, not trying to restrict said citizens.

  15. plaintain1 Says:

    Apologies for responding to an old comment (Run, Jesse, Run…Away From The Green-Eyed Monster!) but I felt I had to put fingers to the keyboard, so here goes.

    I think the other thing that is missing here is that Obama does not have slaves in his family and is not a ‘mainland’ black (see blog) as compared to the majority of African Americans. And this has been something that has been nagging the community. I think it’s unfair and simplistic to say that Jackson in particular, has been milking race-hate/race-fear. He has been the ‘mouth-piece’ for the community and has totally committed himself to the Civil Rights movement, so I think it’s, dare I say, understandable that someone who is not quite black, who doesn’t utter the word ‘black’, that has not been arrested too many times should step over the community to get the greatest job ever. But anyway, after watching this morning news, Jackson was in tears. I think he has conceded and chased away the green-eyed monster, and if Obama has any sense, would offer him a position in his new admin.

  16. TRO Says:

    Funny how you don’t like Reagan, John, when Democrat after Democrat has heaped praise on the man lately.

    He is without a doubt one of the greatest Presidents. Clinton will never be remembered that way.

    As to Bush, I believe history will remember him far better than you believe. Especially when compared to Obama’s four years to come.

  17. TRO Says:

    Oh yes, what exactly was great about Clinton’s foreign policy? Seriously. I got to know.

  18. John Says:

    well how about the fact he was too busy getting a bj or two to get us into a war without cause? i never said i didnt like reagan, like i said his foreign policy was good. he was a good man, a good actor, and was the right president for the 80s. however, i dislike, as do the democrats you mentioned, his reagonomics. the trickle down idea was unsuccessful then, it has been from 2001 until present day. so tro, what was bad about clinton?

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