... what will you do?
Throw a hissy fit and cry foul
I won't be happy, but I'll accept reality
I'll keep on fighting the good fight with pride
I'll congradulate the opposition on a well-earned win
Who cares, they all suck
FRANKS AND BEANS!!!!!
... what will you do?
my junk is ugly
I'll be very disappointed, say I got it (my prediction) wrong, and NOT riot like some ignorant no-spelling mofo's are threatening to do.
I want to take a page out of the Commiecrat strategy book, tell you all I am going to do what the left has been threatening to do to Romney if he wins, but I'm too much of a patriot to even go there. Obama is still my president, and I respect him for that (Even if ONLY for that!), and I don't see how anyone who wants to vote in an election and dabble in politics could even talk about doing such a rotten thing just because they're 7 years old and didn't get their way.
Honestly if Mitt Romney loses: I'll probably come on here, fill out a nice, long, profanity-laced post for the Rants section and then get $#@!faced for the rest of the day so maybe I can wake up on Wednesday (or Thursday [or Friday]) and not remember that my country is headed down the $#@!ing toilet.
I want a zombie bunker that will withstand the inevitable collapse of our nation's corrupt leadership, the dark cabal the commands them, and the morons that make most of my countrymen.
I'd throw a hissy fit and complain about it til I get sick of complaining lol
"Leadership, leadership is about taking responsibility, not making excuses." Mitt Romney
I will continue to criticize mistakes, lies and failures no matter who wins.
If Obama wins it only means I already know the weak spots. It will take time with Romney....
But he will screw up, he will lie, and he will get caught That's what I love about politics.
The best government, the most well run government I ever covered as a journalist was the leftist NDP government in Saskatchewan in the 1970's. The Premier, Alan Blakney was a Rhodes scholar and his staff was indeed "the brightest and the best'. They were efficient, relatively clean although they could mix it up like anybody, they stayed clear of the gutter. They made one big mistake. Prior to the election they set up a secret committee of people on government payroll to plan and execute election strategy as well as set up some dirty tricks. And I caught them. Seven people were fired, I got an award and the premier and his cabinet wouldn't speak to me other than press conferences for a month. The party had to pay it all back, about $230K as I recall.
And they were my friends.
I don't care what side of the aisle they're on, I beat the $#@! out of them. No one in here remembers the Fearandloathing who posted about George W. Bush being a war monger, or tearing into him for never recognizing Canada's role in the 911 attacks [they're firemen were the first foreign boots on the ground in New York and we housed 80,000 travelers when they were stranded when US airspace was shut down] or tearing strips off him for his $#@!ing protectionism on softwood lumber, potatoes and stealing our salmon.
So, with one hand I vote and with the other I try to keep the $#@!s honest....
Yeah, I'm kind of an idealist that way.....
Last edited by Deadwood; 11-04-2012 at 01:23 AM.
I'd respond with all the grace and civility of the Dems in 2000 and 2004.
"keep on" was my choice but "hissy fit" was a close second due to the proven history of dishonesty among the libs.
On the tiny chance that Mitt loses, I honestly don't know what I will do. I can say without exaggeration that severe depression will set in, because I know what another four years will mean, which is- the end of the Republic.
Businesses will continue to slog along, and likely see an even further lessening of economic activity. Obamacare will forever change the inherent rights of the individual. Government will continue get larger, more intrusive. Agencies like EPA will usurp power not granted to them by the contstitution. Energy costs will continue to climb into stratospheric proportions. America will sink as a world power, that vacuum (at least economically) to be filled by Canada, which may become my new homeland if I can convince the wife.
I will not be back here, ever. I have no interest in talking polyticks when the end of my country is at hand. None.