Catch a wave and you’re sitting on top of the world

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The GOP absolutely smashed democrats on Tuesday. Although some persist in denying it, it’s a wave. Come with me and let’s ride the wave. Surf’s up, dude!

The epiphanies

Chris Matthews: Obama lives in his own world:

MSNBC host Chris Matthews expressed dismay over President Obama’s post-election press conference on Wednesday, calling him entirely deaf to the millions of Americans who voted against his plan to grant executive amnesty for as many as 6 million illegal immigrants.

“The people, if you look at the polling, their problem is illegal immigration,” he said. “He says, ‘I’m going to fix the problem.’ He doesn’t mean he’s gonna stop illegal immigration. He’s not going to do anything to stop illegal hiring, which is the magnet for illegal immigration, really. He’s going to basically say, ‘I’m going to deal with them by giving them green cards.’”

“What bothered me about him tonight — he keeps talking about common ground,” Matthews said. “Damnit, there’s very little common ground between left and right! But what there is, is compromise.”

Six years later Chuck Todd discovers Obama’s inability to accept blame for anything

Amazing? No. What’s amazing is that it took Chuck six years to figure it out.

Matthews again

“The fact that this President is getting advice from people that say, ‘You’re always right,’ is the problem,” Matthews opined. “He’s got too many sycophants around him telling him, ‘All you have to keep doing is what you’re doing.’”

No no no no no no. Matthews still doesn’t get it. It doesn’t matter what they say to Obama. Obama knows best. He really does think he’s the smartest man on the planet. He thinks he is infallible.

The left wing racism

Mia Love hit with racist slurs

“Let the tokenization begin” says Keshema Davidson

“Act White And Conquer” says Frank J Miles

This is Tim Scott, the Senator-elect of South Carolina

He’s not black enough, say liberals. Just because he’s black and got elected in South Carolina doesn’t mean progress, says the legitimately and properly black James Clyburn.

That’s Clyburn on the left, just in case you weren’t able to notice that Clyburn is the real black guy.

The misogyny

How about some left wing misogynistic attacks on an 18 year old newly elected legislator?

“Do they grow these weird mutants in a tank somewhere?” says Paul Black

“And she sounds psychopathic RT” says Sam Usted

Exposed!

We finally found out how to get under Obama’s skin. It’s not losing 70 House seats since he’s been in office. What does it take? Ding his ego:

The Autopsy

“Where did democrats go wrong?” pleads the media. The made so many great predictions:

Let’s harken back to what Rachel Madcow had to say about the 2012 election

I am still LMAO.

So why did they lose? Here ya go:

There’s only one thing left to say

Bonus

DrJohn has been a health care professional for more than 30 years. In addition to clinical practice he has done extensive research and has published widely with over 70 original articles and abstracts in the peer-reviewed literature. DrJohn is well known in his field and has lectured on every continent except for Antarctica. He has been married to the same wonderful lady for over 30 years and has three kids- two sons, both of whom are attorneys and one daughter on her way into the field of education. DrJohn was brought up with the concept that one can do well if one is prepared to work hard but nothing in life is guaranteed. Except for liberals being foolish.

3 Responses to “Catch a wave and you’re sitting on top of the world”

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    Ditto

    Oct 31, just before the election: Democrats’ Staffers Fear ‘Mass Exodus’ of Jobs After GOP Senate Win

    Democrat staffers are beginning to panic that they will be among the unemployed now that a GOP takeover of the U.S. Senate is plausible on Tuesday.

    As Paul Bedard reports at the Washington Examiner, an estimated 300-600 Democrat committee and personal staff jobs are on the chopping block should the Republicans win the Senate.

    “There will be a mass exodus of Senate Democrat staff from committees,” said one source.

    Should the Democrats hold the Senate, no Republican jobs would be lost, except for those who are working for retiring or defeated lawmakers.

    According to a deal made between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), the funding and staff breakdown on Senate committees is approximately 60 percent for the majority and 40 percent for the minority.

    Staffers say a loss for Democrats in the Senate would be bad timing for them. While about 10 percent could find jobs in the Obama administration, those positions are limited to two years.

    Additionally, Hillary Clinton already has most of her team’s positions filled with long-time aides.

    “There will be nowhere in the downtown private sector to go,” said a former White House aide who now is employed on K Street. “It will be ugly.”

    Boo, hoo, hoo.

    If Democrats had been more concerned about regulation reform, undoing the 50 worker Obamacare rule, and passing other legislation to promote job growth, instead of creating a more hand-out dependent nation… If they had reigned in Obama’s mean-spirited fuel and energy gouging executive management decisions that mostly hurt the lower and middle class… If they had just looked at the fact that all the job growth has gone to immigrants (some legal some illegal) and done something to stem the flood… If, instead of race baiting, the war on women nonsense, and working hard to divide the nation… Maybe, just maybe they would have had a chance Tuesday. But no, they stood arm in arm with Obama in support of his policies and ignored the suffering of the middle-class. The public understood that the only way to stop this despot who thinks himself to be a king is through giving rule of Congress and a majority of state leadership to the Republicans.

    You can’t fool all of the people all of the time.

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    another+vet

    The Republicans did better than I expected. The Senate was pretty much a given but they added more House seats than expected and did better than expected at the state level especially with the governorships. I figured a net loss of a couple as opposed to gaining three. Now we’ll be subjected to the whining, excuses, and denials from the left because they took such a severe ass beating.

    If the dems want to get back into power, and make no mistake the opportunity will present itself again when its the Republican’s turn to fall out of favor, they’ll need to take their party back from the rabid left wing that controls it from Obama all the way down to its lowest levels and move it back to the center. One thing the Republicans have going for them is that there are three wings to the party that form a broader coalition. The establishment wing represented by the McCain’s and Graham’s. The Tea Party wing represented by the Ted Cruz’s. And the Libertarian wing represented by the Paul’s. The dems essentially have one wing- the leftists. There are virtually no moderates left and no conservatives meaning they appeal to the left and not much more. If the minorities start breaking away from them like they somewhat did this election, they are finished serving as the majority party.

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