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Silver lining

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  1. bigbore613

    bigbore613 Banned User Banned TS Supporters

    Jan 29, 1998
    The Silver Lining - 10 Reasons Not to Kill Yourself


    While the election results admittedly make it difficult, I am
    generally an optimist, and I'm not changing my stripes now. Obama has
    truly awful, awful ideas for our country, but I do not believe even he
    can ruin it. So here's what I feel good about right now:

    * The next time someone - perhaps looking up from their Sunday
    New York Times- tries to tell you we live in a pervasively racist
    society, you can tell them to just shut the f*** up.

    * Since their services are no longer required, we can send Al
    Sharpton and Jesse Jackson off to their long-overdue retirements,
    perhaps to Charlie Rangel's place in the Dominican Republic.

    * While we're at it, can we all decide that if blacks can rise
    to the presidency, it follows that we no longer need affirmative action?
    Time to put it in the ground.

    * The constructionists on the Supreme Court should be able to
    hold out another four years before they retire. We wish them the best of

    * We won't have to spend four years defending John McCain. Let's
    face it, he was a crummy candidate who wilted on most issues important
    to conservatives. It would have been four painful years followed by a
    lay-up election for...Obama or Hillary.

    * With the economy in the tank, Obama may have somewhat limited
    flexibility. His plans to turn us into Finland may have to wait. * Jimmy
    Carter was a painful experience, but he gave us (cue heavenly choir
    music) Ronald Reagan. Will Obama give us a Bobby Jindal? Tim Pawlenty?
    Rudy? We have a deep bench. Start thinking ahead now.

    * Since the Democrats control both houses and the White House,
    there will be no one else to blame when they screw up, which is as
    inevitable as the sun rising tomorrow. While they will try to pin any
    problems on George Bush for at least the next millennia, the people will
    know better.

    * The media has now officially been "outed" as in the tank for
    the Democrat Party. Even liberals know it. MSM credibility has never
    been so low.

    * The New York Times was just demoted to junk bond status by the
    ratings agencies.

    Finally, let's be happy that it's finally just over. This has
    been the longest election season ever and I - a political junkie - have
    never been so sick of politics. So, cheer up. It's not all bad. Pass it
    along to any of our depressed fellow travelers.
  2. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    Please don't ask for Pawlwnty or Rudy!!
  3. Barrelbulge(Fl)

    Barrelbulge(Fl) TS Supporters TS Supporters

    Aug 27, 2007
    West Central Florida
    I feel better already. Bulge.
  4. wireguy

    wireguy TS Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    bigbore is right. The silver lining is that the democrats, with no longer anything stopping them from enacting their agenda, is about to reveal themselves. It should be very interesting if not fun watching these people who have no "off button", no limit beyond which they say "we have pushed this as far as we dare, let's back off now", force their agenda on Americans. This should be very entertaining, especially watching the more moderate democrats in congress get eaten alive by the radicals.
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