Right Americans Feeling Wronged
Posted 17 February 2009 - 10:34 PM
Here is a link talking a bit about it.:
Posted 17 February 2009 - 10:38 PM
Posted 17 February 2009 - 10:43 PM
Posted 17 February 2009 - 10:54 PM
These people are really passionate but woefully uninformed. They are misguided, good people. Minds clouded by fear/religion.
People always feel that way after their side loses. Doesn't matter if its a election or a football game. Its human nature, and no different for one side than the other.
I have some news for you. The vast majority of people who supported Mccain were sad the night of the election. Then we got up, went to work, and got over it. Just like the losing side of a US election has done since 1796.
Edited by Davidson Deac II, 17 February 2009 - 10:58 PM.
Posted 17 February 2009 - 11:01 PM
Edited by Fiz, 17 February 2009 - 11:29 PM.
Posted 17 February 2009 - 11:25 PM
The Republicans will have to take their medicine, lick the wounds, and get back to it.
Posted 18 February 2009 - 09:09 AM
I don't want to paint the whole lot of the Republican base as mean-spirited and cruel and unfriendly. To me it's more interesting to focus on the real Christian conservatives who didn't agree with anything I had to say but invited me over for dinner so that we could talk about it.
They had huge crowds, and I felt they were really underrepresented in the media. I didn’t feel like I saw these people on TV. And when I went out to talk to people, the first thing they would say to me was, "I can't believe you're talking to me." They were so flattered that I wanted to hear what they had to say because they'd say, "The media doesn't listen to us. You turn on the TV and all you see is Obama nation and you don't see us." They had some points. My liberal friends, I have to remind them that they have some really good points. No. 1, the media did not fairly represent them in this election. Obama was on the cover of every magazine all summer long. I understand Obama sold magazines. It's a business. But when you've got a presidential election and you have half of the country feeling really underrepresented, I think that's a real problem. And I think that's a bigger problem than Obama versus McCain.
There was this guy in Fort Wayne, Ind., Fred Boise, who says, "The media paints us to be fanatics. They treat us like hicks and we just go to Wal-Mart and we're rednecks. And they don't come to get to know us, and they go on stereotypes." I think all of that is true.
Posted 18 February 2009 - 09:24 AM
Sorry that Obama was a much more exciting and interesting person that John McCain; but once he lost, all these same people started to say they never liked him anyways, so what's the point?
Once Palin was put in as VP, she definitely stole the media spotlight from Obama for a time - it was her own ineptness that doomed her, not the media. She had the chance to show that the critics were wrong and failed miserably. When you run on "values" and "morals" but have issues with your own immediate family that call them into question, the press will have a field day with it, because it's good copy, interesting to the typical American dumbass, and fills the time without taxing the brains of the talking heads.
Posted 18 February 2009 - 09:53 AM
The Times actually assigned this important Sunday front page Business section story about the future of NASCAR to a freelance reporter who asked me during fact checking which race of the NASCAR season was the Indy 500. That’s like asking the NFL, when is the World Series?
No surprise there.
Posted 18 February 2009 - 09:58 AM
Posted 18 February 2009 - 09:58 AM