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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

My Take on the Election . . .

I appreciate the political comments of many of the posts shared my lots of my readers.  I've found them informative, helpful and even very humorous at times.

Still it's unlike me to make a political comment . . .

But I couldn't resist this one :)

"President Barack Obama said yesterday’s midterm congressional elections, in which Republicans won a majority in the U.S. House, was more evidence that the American people are “deeply frustrated” by the pace of the economic recovery."



Sue said...


He is nothing if not perceptive.


tammy said...

I said the exact same thing as you!!

M-Cat said...

I wonder if he really caught on or is spewing more rhetoric.

A side note, I listened to an interview with the gentleman who will be the new speaker of the house and after 10 minutes I thought if he says "the will of the American People" one more time I am gonna punch him. He said it so much that it began to sound fake

Blasé said...

I stopped playing the Voting Game.

Do you know Glenn Close?

Joy For Your Journey said...

Ditto!! I attended a meeting last night with an AZ senator and unfortunately even with the results of the election he didn't think there was much of a chance of cooperation between the two parties. He also said Obama does not bend so he did not see him changing despite the election.

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