CNN Republican analyst: "Now it's time for all of us to remember what this is all about. And that's about leading our country to a better place. So now I think it's incumbent for Republicans to be as gracious as they were passionate about this election."
We would be better off with Obama not in office. Obamacare alone was a reason to try to fire him. I'm personally not going to work with people who are trying to pass things that I think are damaging. I'll work on my own, individual to individual, to ensure that I can make a difference on some small level because I don't trust the current president to do so.
Hes's certainly intelligent, and a damned good speaker and debater. He's obviously a successful businessman, and he seems like a really nice guy. I don't hate him, but I'm glad he wasn't elected, because I do not think he he had the backbone to stand up to the wacko element of his party.
I'm happy! I live in one of the most conservative states and though I knew my vote wouldn't do anything to offset the overwhelming majority for Romney, I'm glad I took the 3+ hours that it took me to vote.
I agree saje, but why not stand up ? I hope we have our GOP party back in 2016.
Because he just wasn't the guy. He was a terrible candidate.
I would have considered voting red if the republicans had brought out a better option. I don't think Obama has done a good job--I certainly don't think he did what he promised the first time around. But when you bring out a guy who is SO polarizing and against basic human rights, then I'm going to choose the lesser of two evils.