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Listen for  Willy E. Coyote like thump. That is  the GOP going off a cliff.

The elections are over the GOP have fallen over the cliff. Brought down by their own hubris. They thought it would be a simple matter of Billions in Campaign Cash  and a campaign which by and large ignored reality. Now the truth comes in and the GOP has gone over the Cliff. The American people have rejected the RIght-Wing Agenda at the Ballot Box.
In this rejection we the people have also seen a case in point of a party that refuses to change being swept away at the ballot box by an Ever Changing American Demographic.

So after such a resounding defeat, sore losers Ryan, blames the "urban vote"  (and it does not take a rocket scientist to figure out that implication) for the defeat. Romney hearkening back to the good ole days of 47% rants and rejecting reality states that the victory was in part because the Administration had given "gifts" to these minorities that went out and voted. Even in defeat these two bastards cannot admit that there is a changing tide in the Nation that is soundly rejecting Conservative Madness.

So with elections resolved what happens now? Well the big talk is the So called Fiscal cliff. Which is a manufactured crisis to bully the American people into accepting Medicare and Social Security cuts. However due to recent circumstances I think now is not the time for compromise. The time has come to call out the GOP once and for all. No compromises after all nobody should compromise with a party that has gone over the cliff.

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