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Liberal Tolerance On Display – Gracious In Victory, As Always

You may recall the Oregon businessman who took offense to Obama’s “You didn’t build that” quote and put a large sign in his shop window stating, “Hey Obama, I built my business by myself, you lousy incompetent excuse for a President.”

Provocative, to be sure. But understandable, given this President’s insistence on continuing the politics of class warfare and division.

Liberals, giddy in their reelection glee, have chosen to take the high road let this businessman know how they really feel about him and his conservative ilk:




Let’s hope this isn’t the type of recriminatory attitude Conservatives can expect for the next two to four years.

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  1. tina's Gravatar tina
    November 10, 2012    

    Wow, that level of hatred borders on mental derangement. Notice how that “person” wasn’t brave enough to leave their name.

    Truly frightening that these are the kinds of people comprising the liberal movement.

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