Wednesday, November 7, 2012

MSNBC Anchors Overjoyed by Obama Victory; Rachel Maddow: 'Historic Moment' (VIDEO)

At Huffington Post, and there's a YouTube clip here.

I tweeted last night:

And be sure to listen to that segment. You'll practically gag at Al Sharpton spouting off about how President Obama "maintained the dignity of the office," blah, blah...

I can live with another four years of this regime. It's the kook progressives who'll be driving me crazy. What an alternative universe of lies.

And for a dramatic reaction to last night's results, see Robert Stacy McCain, at the American Spectator, "Doomed Beyond All Hope of Redemption":
Let's not mince words, eh? It was one thing, obviously, for the electorate to choose Barack Obama in 2008, when Bush-era "brand damage" was still a fresh irritant in the wounds of a war-weary nation. Four years ago, Obama was untested and enshrouded in the glowing mantle of Hope. No intelligent person could possibly believe that "Lightworker" crap anymore, but then again, it's been a long time since any intelligent person believed anything a Democrat said. The cretins and dimwits have become an effective governing majority, and the question for conservatives at this point is perhaps not, "What does it mean?" but rather, "Why should we bother ourselves resisting it any longer?"

Alas, as always, the duty of the Right is to manfully endure, to survive the defeat and stubbornly oppose the vaunting foe, and so this brutal shock, this electoral catastrophe, must be absorbed and digested. At some point next week or next month or next year, then, we shall recover our morale and plot some new stratagem for the future. In the immediate aftermath of Tuesday's debacle, however, it is difficult to see any glimmer of light amid the encroaching gloom. Surely, there are many Americans who now sympathize with that New York infantryman who, in the bleak winter of 1862, when the Union's Army of the Potomac was under the incompetent command of Gen. Ambrose Burnside, wrote home in forlorn complaint: "Mother, do not wonder that my loyalty is growing weak.… I am sick and tired of the disaster and the fools that bring disaster upon us."
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