An able president who, by not having anything wrong with his credentials, history, or thought process, brought out the worst in republicans. Starting from the moment he was announced as a nominee, all the way through his presidency, the republican party has pulled every dirty trick in the book, and, as you can see here on UD, they have resorted to the lowest of low: incomprehensible, vague and nonconstructive comments, mostly using the world liberal
, as if it meant something other than "live and let live," as well as socialism
as if we didn't already have socialized libraries, police/fire departments, schools, and post offices. He destroyed their party, and now they are licking their wounds while lashing out at anyone who tries to help. They SHOULD be soul-searching and re-evaluating their methods, or they will never be a formidable opponent to us democrats ever again, and will continue to provide Comedy Central and the rest of comedians around the globe something to make fun of. For now, collectively, they appear to be calling themselves anarchists (who still want religion imposed on their government), who will move to Canada to escape potential socialism, which is hilarious.
I can't believe people still don't like Barack Obama, they honestly think McCain, Mr. Trickle-down-economics, Mr. Has-the-stupidest-person-as-a-running-mate, was a better candidate. You seriously have to have half a brain to have thought that. Ron Paul would've been far greater an opponent.