It's as absurd to think that the 51% of this country that voted democrat are lazy and trying to pull off the biggest heist in history as it is to think all people who voted republican are bigoted members of the American Taliban.
Yes, those people exist on both sides. It is a dark and sad way to live believing that approximately half of the people that you live near and work with and interact with daily are REALLY either theiving welfare queens OR racist homophobic religious zealots.
The reality is neither is true. The country had a choice, and chose. This guys plan over that guys plan. It's over, move on... The sun is still shining and we all get up and go to work.
LET THE BUTTHURT GO.
You know, I agree that we need to stop looking backward and start rowing together, but I get tired of being told "We won, you lost--now follow OUR agenda."
My candidate lost, but that doesn't mean that I have to give up my goals, ambitions, and ideas about how to accomplish what I think this country needs, and blindly follow the opposing side's philosophy.
Incidentally, that was the first time when I recognized the full arrogance of Obama--the meeting when he looked McCain in the eye as McCain made a suggestion, sneered at him and said "I won".
It is statistically true (or it would be if I could quote my statistics correctly) that 47% of Americans do not pay any income tax. That kind of balance is dangerous, regardless of who these people are, because it means that the people who are actually paying for programs, etc., are not the same people as the ones who are deciding where the tax money goes. Taxes can be raised to a very high level for those who are actually paying taxes, and there is nothing those people can do, because they are outvoted.
Sorta a "no taxation without representation" condition.