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posted by BulldogBully

In reply to: Obama re-elected to 2nd term »

November 7, 2012

I am dissapointed in the Presidential Election results but it is what it is. We will survive as a Nation of Americans if we can support good sound decisions about who will lead us. Our Nation has made a choice. We will all see if it the right choice.

We on this board don't agree on issues and some of us are hard nosed and uncompromising. Our Congress is of the same attitude and until the citizens can change our attitude on compromise we will not improve and neither will Congress. Remember we are the ones paying for these people to support programs that will keep us safe and benefit our society. In other words to much show and not enough work.

If you are sad or happy about the election it is your choice to be either. Just like in sport there are winners and losers. Take the win or the lose and move on with life.

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