Bashing liberal voters

It is amazing how often the liberal voters act so immature, react emotionally and resort to name-calling of people that disagree with President Obama’s policies. The reason is because they have no answer to the failure of Obama policies, except to blame George Bush and the GOP and label people as hate mongers or racist.
The majority of the liberal voters don’t consider themselves successful in life. They are envious and jealous of conservatives who have worked hard and are a success. Liberal voters don’t consider themselves attractive and therefore show their immaturity by not being able to debate. They just resort to name-calling.
Liberal voters watch the liberal networks that dominate the news in the country. They think because a celebrity comes out of the closet about homosexuality everyone should treat that person as a war hero. If you would rather not have your child influenced by a openly homosexual scout master, liberal voters again resort to name-calling.
Liberal voters always chime about conservative being takers not givers. Recent studies show conservatives give more time and money then liberals. Liberal voters claim the majority of the country agrees with Obama’s policies, that his approval rating is around 46 percent. That doesn’t sound like a majority of the country.

Liberal voters are bigger hypocrites. There was never more hatred and vile things said about a president than what was said about Bush. But the liberal voters claim that is freedom of speech and patriotic.

The fact is, the liberals are what they are. If you disagree with them they will call you unpleasant names.

Tom Quattlebaum, Newnan


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