Monday , November 19, 2012 - 2:39 PM
The national election is over and the incumbent has won re-election to the office of president of the United States. It seems that the losing party is not going to go away quietly. All of the Republicans are using any excuse they can to explain why the people voted the way they did. Not to agree that there were flip-flops by the losing candidate or that the proposals that were proposed were not in the best interest of the country or that the losing party didn’t want to deal with the 47 percent who were said to be "on the dole for handouts" from the government even though they have earned the so-called handouts through their own efforts.
Maybe the losing party needs to look at how they are perceived by the majority of the voters who went the other way without pointing fingers outward. There are many in the winning party who want to work to make this country great and not to continue to fight over spilled milk. Let’s all regroup and work to make the country as great as it was and can be. Remember, compromise is not a bad concept to consider to bring about the changes that are really needed for the betterment of our country. Quit trying to place the blame on what was not done to reason out what happened in the election that has been completed. What is over is over.
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