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November 12, 2008

Call for Post Election 'Unity' Fails the Giggle Test

Over at PJM today:

Speaking of unity: over the past eight years, many on the left made it known that they had no use for unity. For example, embarrassed by George Bush, noted political commentator Julia Roberts said, Hes not my president. Unflattering comparisons of Bush to chimpanzees and Hitler and claims of his inherent stupidity dotted the blogosphere. While the legacy media couldnt quite get away with calling Bush the heir to the Third Reich, they did everything they could to discredit the president and his policies, even if it meant printing leaks of sensitive programs designed to keep Americans safe in the wake of 9/11.

Now that The One has emerged victorious, the need for unity is suddenly imperative. During his acceptance speech, Obama said that even if he didnt win your vote, I will be your president. Former Clinton hack and MSNBC journalist Chris Matthews wants to do everything I can to make this thing work, this new presidency work. Yeah, its my job. My job is to help this country. I thought his job was to impartially report the news of the day with a minimum amount of drooling, but what do I know? And, perhaps even more important, celebrities who built their fabulous careers and made their fabulous fortunes in America can join Michelle Obama in finally being proud of their country.

Here's the whole thing.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 08:49 AM | Comments (7) | TrackBack (0) | Pajamas Media

Great post! I've noticed the same kinda thing (including that 52-48 site): now that they libs are back in control, they wanna play nice. I even had a commenter yesterday that was decrying all the sour grapes on the right, as though everyone now has to roll over and support doctrines which are so patently un-American, we've gone to war against them. Yet now, we're expected to embrace them in silent consent.

While I'm tempted to dish out a heaping helping of "not my president", that's not the way I roll. I had a hard time dealing with President Clinton, but never did I think or feel that he wasn't my president. I just disliked his policies and smarmy style. I opposed his priorities and I'll likely oppose Obama's if he tries to slide America toward Marxism. I'll give Obama a chance. But I refuse to empower communism in my country.

Of course, there's always Room 101 for folks like me.

Posted by: Reverse_Vampyr at November 12, 2008 01:34 PM

this guy Obama leaves a real bad taste in my mouth! I think his presidency will fail worse the Bush's because he will become a puppet, however, I think bush will get the blame for an Obama failure. what irates me the most is the democrats have had the house and senate for 2yrs, they were the ones saying that fannie Mae, freddie mac... were good investments, so why didnt bush call it like it really is? why did he play scape goat? me? I would've sang like a canary on a hot seat and started naming names!!!
i loathed carter and Clinton as president, I dont see a communist, muslim Obama being any better

Posted by: Greg at November 12, 2008 04:09 PM

Hey, I ran across something funny today, I'm imPOtent, too.

Posted by: Two Dogs at November 12, 2008 06:30 PM

The article was written by what I am termed as a Milquetoast Republican. I prefer the Black Helicopter Republican.

Take Our Country Back!

Posted by: Snooper at November 13, 2008 06:19 PM

No way! Ayers says he and Obama are close friends now. Who'da thunk?

Posted by: husband-dude at November 14, 2008 09:05 AM

Ayers said he barely knows Obama, dud.

And as for unity, if you want to be un-American, it's your choice.

Posted by: mudkitty at November 14, 2008 09:14 AM

Mudkitty - Agreed. Looked how well it worked for the Democrats for the last eight years.

Posted by: Wyatt Earp at November 14, 2008 04:06 PM

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