Joyful! Joyful! We adore thee…

No sour grapes, no bitterness whatsoever on my part since I didn’t have a dime in the worthless dollar of either party. Simply commenting on what seems to be a rising tide of excessively effusive deference to and gushing over our President-elect. At the risk of using again a rather hackneyed expression, it is indeed deja vu all over again. I saw exactly this same sort of uncritical praise after the election of Kennedy in 1960.

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“We are going to attack America because we know Obama is a liberal wuss.”

Faux News reports:

I thought I’d give you the Faux News reaction to the latest blurb coming from someone claiming to be Al-Quada spouting off.

Bin Lauden is like the dead Chicago voters that remarkably ressurect themselves on election day.

If Bin Lauden did not exist, it would be neccessary for the NeoCons to invent him.

Oooh ooohh I’m so afraid of the threats coming from a man who’s been dead for at least 5 years.

Sorry Neo Cons

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Wanted: A new leader for Republicans

The US Republican Party, once dominant now in disarray, is beginning the search for a leader to chart a course out of the wilderness after the presidential and congressional elections disaster.

President George W. Bush and his political guru Karl Rove once dreamed of building a conservative coalition that would outlast them.

But Bush will leave Washington in January with Democrats monopolizing power in the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives.

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Obama, Bush meet today

Less than one week after his historic victory, U.S. President-elect Barack Obama heads to Washington on Monday to learn firsthand from President George W. Bush about the challenges that await him on January 20.

Obama, 47, who swept to office after two years of campaigning on a theme of change — particularly from Bush’s economic and foreign policies — will put politics aside as he visits the White House.

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A Presidential right of passage

The first meeting of incoming and outgoing presidents has been a rite of passage fraught with emotion, surprises and the rare exchange of secrets between leaders of opposite political parties.

On Monday, President Bush will welcome President-elect Obama to the White House, and the 43rd and 44th presidents will make nice. This, after a hard-fought campaign in which one of Obama’s most effective strategies was to rail against the “failed policies” of the current president.

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Bush approved more covert raids

The U.S. military has conducted nearly a dozen secret operations against al-Qaida and other terrorist groups in Syria, Pakistan and other countries since 2004, The New York Times reported Sunday night.

Citing anonymous U.S. officials, the Times story said the operations were authorized by a broad classified order that then-Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld signed and President Bush approved in spring 2004. The order gave the military authority to attack al-Qaida anywhere in the world and to conduct operations in countries that were not at war with the U.S.

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There is no future for the Republican Party

I took an hour this morning looking over at the many internet sites that I had been reading for many years. They are angry! The Conservatives are blaming everyone for their loss on the election. The media takes the biggest blame with Americans who found fault with President Bush 43 a second-place blame.

There is not doubt in my mind that 80% of the GOP were taken for a ride under all Presidents after Reagan. Coming up with a One World Order family called Bush was the final assault on a limited government and individual rights.

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