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  •  If so, it seems to me that the mistake (0+ / 0-)

    was Obama's, not the American voters'.  It seems ass backwards to blame the voters.

    •  You are absolutely correct (0+ / 0-)

      So people should not say .."oh the left dumped Obama when they didn't get what they wanted."    That was my point.

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      by pollchecker on Thu Dec 06, 2012 at 08:06:08 AM PST

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    •  If their expectations were at all reasonable (0+ / 0-)

      you'd be correct.  Sadly, they weren't, so you aren't.

      What the left did is the equivalent of going up to a random passerby on the street, asking for a million dollars, and when you don't get a million dollars immediately start shouting at the top of your lungs what a shitheel the guy is and how no one can ever trust him again about anything and everyone who likes him is wrong.

      The left misread the election, badly.  And as a result felt they were entitled to things that stood no way in hell of happening (and COULD NOT happen, no matter who had won).  When they did not get those things they could not have gotten they engaged in an agressive campaign to punish the Democrats for not delievering the impossible, immediatley.

      And quite predictably, because of that Democrats lost.  And things got worse. (And that's not even mentioning the bad timing given that 2010 was a redistirciting year...)

      "The future of man is not one billion of us fighting over limited resources on a soon-to-be dead planet. . .I won't go back into the cave for anyone."

      by Whimsical on Thu Dec 06, 2012 at 10:41:58 AM PST

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      •  Want another analogy? (0+ / 0-)

        A dogfood company tries to sell a dogfood that's too good for the dogs that have to eat it.  Then when they lose money, they blame it on the dogs.

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