A pathetic bunch, the grumpy bastards have been reduced to mumbling incoherently amongst themselves over how they intend to defeat their intellectual betters next time! In all honesty, we say good luck with that. Well, not really but we've always thought it wise to humor the mentally unstable.
Unfortunately, in the wake of the U.S'. 2012 elections America finds itself in a most dangerous place. GOP sour grapes are already threatening to derail any forward progress, on none other than antiquated principles. Once again, failing to comprehend where they went wrong or worse why, Right Wing extremist are gearing up for another round of intentionally imposed gridlock.
With wild, irrational GOP retorts to the nation's freely chosen path, they may have contributed greatly to the stock market's precipitous fall after its begrudgingly acceptance of President Obama's reelection. By creating an atmosphere of confrontation when Americans and global markets clamor for cooperation, GOP Tea Party types are literally perpetuating the very uncertainty conservative business interest profess needs curtailing.
The nation and the world is clearly in transition. Economically, culturally and demographically, America and the world at large is tilting left. Nothing dramatic mind you, but the trend is undeniable. From decriminalizing pot to Gay marriage to immigration issues to leaving women alone to control their own bodies, people are systematically shedding the constraints of a backward thinking conservative mindset.
The American president wisely recognized the glaring markers indicating a perceptible social shift and properly calibrated his message and policies to include everyone. In doing so, President Obama made sure all felt respected and accepted at the very least.
From the President's perspective, the only thing an American will need to succeed in the United States is individual effort and equal opportunity. That is essentially how elections will be won in the future and that is quintessentially America's strongest strength.
With little left to offer but political blockage, America's biggest regret will be its failure to flush itself thoroughly of the GOP's B.S. in the House of Representatives. In losing the 2012 election, the GOP lost its way along the way and may have lost its mind too.
We'll not ask you to remain vigilant, but you mustn't take your eye off the screwballs, for haters seem to always live to hate another day.