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Take Two

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Now that the election is over, and President Obama has returned to Washington to try to turn all the rhetoric about working together into something real, Republicans and talking heads (especially the conservative ones whose predictions seemed to be based entirely on wishful thinking and perhaps the desire for some last-minute fundraising) are obsessing about how Mitt Romney managed to lose this election.

They are criticizing everything from his campaign to his pedigree. If only the campaign had been better (How exactly was it supposed to have been better?) or the candidate a little poorer (Most presidents are rich. Who else could afford the luxury of putting their lives and incomes on hold, as so many do?), then the result might have been different. If only the media hadn't sat on stories about the mistakes made in Libya (Was anyone in this election voting based on Libya?), if only Super-Storm Sandy had come a week earlier or 10 days later (Is God really a Democrat?), things might have been different.

Maybe the problem is the Republican Party, and not Romney or the media or Mother Nature. Maybe the problem is that a party that demonizes immigrants as if this were still 1980, that turns off women and gays and lesbians and their families because of its positions on social issues (choice, gays, even contraception, even rape) cannot put together a solid majority in a changing America, a problem that will get worse over time, not better. Maybe the problem is that the nominating process forces electable candidates (the Massachusetts Romney) into unelectable flip-floppers. Maybe the problem, certainly at the Senate level, is a stunning lack of pragmatism that leads to the nomination of candidates who can be beaten instead of those who can't lose (hello, Richard Lugar).

And maybe it's not just that Romney lost, but that Obama managed to win.

He won despite the highest unemployment figures for a re-elected incumbent since FDR. He won despite the fact that Obamacare remains a source of grave concern for the majority of Americans.

He won despite the fact that we are facing a fiscal cliff. He won despite a terrible first debate and despite the horrifying murder of Ambassador Christopher Stevens. He won despite the fact that after the initial flush of bipartisan responsiveness in the wake of Sandy, my friends in the hard-hit areas are now (with great frustration) waiting for the locust to hit next.

How?

Three reasons I think.

The obvious one: Things are getting better. Slowly, painfully slowly, the economy is coming back. Unemployment finally fell below 8 percent; in Ohio, it is 7 percent. If Obama was responsible for the recession (a mostly questionable proposition, but one that Republicans insisted on), then he must also be responsible for the recovery.

The almost forgotten one: Obama, when he turns it on, is a great candidate. For all the differences between 2008 and 2012, watching his speech Tuesday night, watching the reaction of the crowd, I could not help but believe that "yes, we can." Friends who saw him at rallies across the country say they left believing we should not give up hope. This is, after all, the man who beat Hillary Clinton when he was a first-term senator, with a checkered past, running in a country that has only rarely elected black senators, much less presidents.

And the reason that has nothing to do with the economy or even with Barack Obama himself: Democrats have grown up.

I lived through the '80s. I lived through them in the suites where the bad returns came in and the concession calls had to be made. Losing stinks all around.

After 1988, Democrats made changes. They nominated a candidate who could win, not only because of his personal charisma, but also because he didn't have to flip-flop in the primaries to do it. They matched the Republicans in money and negativity and out-and-out hardball. These changes might not have been good for politics, but they were good for winning.

Ultimately, Democrats united behind an imperfect president who had disappointed many of them, and we decided to go out and vote for him and work for him anyway.

Republicans, when they stop blaming each other and the media, might actually learn from that. After all, it's something many of us learned from them not so long ago.

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Take two, I think Obama is calling for a mulligan on his first term. Romney didn't lose the election, the republicans did. I don't think it would matter which talking head they choose to represent them. Can any democrat really say and back up how this term will be any different from the first?
Comment: #1
Posted by: Chris McCoy
Thu Nov 8, 2012 3:55 PM
Asking that people follow the law and not just ignore it is not demonizing. In the 80s we gave out amnesty and said from that point forward were would enforce the law. Are we to do it again and the keep ignoring it? Do we as a nation have a right to enforce our immigration laws? It appears those who Rgue against enforcing the law are arguing for anarchy.
Comment: #2
Posted by: pb1222
Thu Nov 8, 2012 6:20 PM
Ms Estrich listed three reasons that the Democrats won this year. They are:

(1) "Things are getting better".
Nonsense. We are creating new jobs at about the rate necessary to account for population growth. Know anyone who has landed a decent job lately? Approximately 25% of newly enlisted sailors in the US Navy have bachelors degrees! None of this points to a recovering economy. People are just coping better and lowering there horizons.

The only things expanding around here (The North East) are government and pawn shops. The pawn shops tell the real story. I NEVER saw those type of establishments when I was a kid or my early adult life anywhere other than the poorest side of town. They now seem to be just about everywhere. When these stores start going out of business I might be persuaded things are getting better.

(2) "Obama, when he turns it on, is a great candidate".
True! Now if he could just develop some leadership skills the country might improve. However, I doubt he is going to turn into Winston Churchill anytime soon. I expect just more of the same old, same old from him, but I could be wrong.

(3) "Democrats have grown up."
What evidence is there of this? No fair citing winning elections. Developing political skills (mudslinging and ad hominen attacks) hardly constitute 'growing up'. Lets say they 'toughened up'.

Ms. Estrich also postulated that:
"Maybe the problem is the Republican Party, and not Romney or the media or Mother Nature."
This is the most likely true, but not for the reasons that Ms. Estrich believes. The things that Republicans value are falling out of regard with the rest of the population. You only need to look at the rise of the "you didn't build that" mentality, and the record high number of people on disability to see that. This is a bad sign for the country, not the Republican party.

I wish the President and the Congress all the best in getting this country moving again. However, I expect the worst.
Comment: #3
Posted by: Old Navy
Fri Nov 9, 2012 3:32 AM
50,000 a month..... repeat 50,000 a month. That is the number of Hispanic voters who reach voting age each and every month in this country. That is reality smaking the Republican party in the face. The family values of the Hispanic community ride a parralellel track to the family values of the Republican party. But somehow that Republican party smacked those voters in the mouth.
Mitt Romney made a horrible mistake as a candidate when he said that Hispanics should SELF DEPORT. He lost the Hispanic vote with that one remark. He never recovered from that
Then Romney engaged in a series of lies about his support for the auto bailout. The people of Northern Ohio who work in the auto industry directly and also the toool and die makers who supplied those auto plants knew better. The final straw was running an ad about JEEP that was so false that the newscasters would talk about the JEEP ad and then a minute later there it was running on the newscast a minute later. And then the quotes from the CEO of Chrysler would be broadcast on the news. Romney just kept at the lie. and it killed him.
It was not Republican conservative values that killed this election for the Republicans. That is very clear by the results all around the country. It was clearly a very flawwed set of candidates in Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. who virtually destroyed the campaign when Todd Akin made the legitimate rape remarks and Ryan was shown to be very close to the AKIN philosophy whith his co-support of the Federal version of Vaginal wanding bills. At that point, the Romney campaign took Ryan out of the spotlight. Ryan turned out to be a worse stump candidate than SArah Palin.
Don't write the obituary of the Republican party just yet...It is just out on life support. When it starts to recognize that 50,000 a month figure is real and develops a Reagan style approach to the Hispanics, they can be formidible in the future. Look for them to not only embrace the DREAM ACT but t come up with a better version. The face of America is rapidly changing and the party that gets the most faces to follow it will win next time. four years is a very short time.
Comment: #4
Posted by: robert lipka
Fri Nov 9, 2012 4:59 AM
Re: robert lipka
You're wrong ! The conservatives will continue to support the Constitution and not change their principles. The Democrats over the years have changed their principles and their politics in order to obtain votes and gain more power. The end result will be a one party system (think Germany and USSR). Eventually that system (maybe 50 years from now) will fail just as all socialistic countries do.
The real losers are our children and grand-children who will live through this period of turmoil.
Study history Robert. We're on the preciface of change just as BHO promised!
Comment: #5
Posted by: Oldtimer
Fri Nov 9, 2012 5:51 AM
What is Obama? Obama is a liar and about the biggest piece of human garbage one could ever have the displeasure to meet . . . who happens to be able to read a teleprompter.


However, never like Romney for President and did not vote for him and I find it difficult to be sad about a Romney loss. Romney problem is that he is simply a liberal.


That said, Romney is a better and more honorable human than Obama in every way a human can be measured. Still I find it difficult to be sad about a Romney loss.


First, I can hardly wait until the people who voted for Obama to start getting what they voted for. The misery of Obama is going to be epic.


Second, many of the poison pills that Obama laid in the first term are going to start working their magic. The result is going to be economic, societal, and moral havoc and Obama's voters are not going to be spared such pain.


Third, it is going to be fun to watch Obama and Democrats search for the new excuse for the pain that is coming hoping no one will notice it is their ignorant views and ignorant policies that are not causing devastation.

I have said this before: it is time to the United States of America is divided into two nations; the red and the blue. It is not fair for have a nation to be forced to live under the rule of the views of others that are so different it becomes nothing more than tyranny. The Democrats should not be force to be ruled by Republicans and vice versa.
We need to divide the country and put a wall between the two and make it illegal for people to cross the wall (like Korea). Let the people pick which side they wish to live in. Then we can simply live and let live under the government of our choice.


Alternatively, there is another way to “win” the country back.


All Republicans buy enough guns, ammo and food to last 6 months and then simply stop working. Why should Republicans be slaves to Democrat butt-clowns? Let the Democrats butt-clowns strut their stuff and work and send us money.


Why should Republicans be slaves to Democrat butt-clowns?


Yes, either have the country divided or simply refuse to lift a finger to create any value for the government. Either one would work for me.


Comment: #6
Posted by: SusansMirror
Fri Nov 9, 2012 6:15 AM
What is Obama? Obama is a liar and about the biggest piece of human garbage one could ever have the displeasure to meet . . . who happens to be able to read a teleprompter.


However, I never like Romney for President and did not vote for him and I find it difficult to be sad about a Romney loss. Romney's problem: he is simply a liberal.


That said, Romney is a better and more honorable human than Obama in every way a human can be measured. Still, I find it difficult to be sad about a Romney loss.


First, I can hardly wait until the people who voted for Obama start getting what they voted for. The misery of Obama is going to be epic.


Second, many of the poison pills that Obama laid in the first term are going to start working their magic. The result is going to be economic, societal, and moral havoc and Obama's voters are not going to be spared such pain.


Third, it is going to be fun to watch Obama and Democrats search for the new excuse for the pain that is coming hoping no one will notice it is their ignorant views and ignorant policies that are causing the devastation.

I have said this before: it is time to the United States of America is divided into two nations; the red and the blue. It is not fair for half a nation to be forced to live under the rule of the views of others that are so different it becomes nothing more than tyranny. The Democrats and Republicans are too different peopole and neither should be force to live under the rule of the other.


We need to divide the country and put a wall between the two and make it illegal for people to cross the wall (like Korea). Let the people pick which side they wish to live in. Then we can simply live and let live under the government of our choice.


Alternatively, there is another way to “win” the country back.


All Republicans buy enough guns, ammo and food to last 6 months and then simply stop working. Why should Republicans be slaves to Democrat butt-clowns? Let the Democrats butt-clowns strut their stuff and work and send us money.


Why should Republicans or anyone be slaves to Democrat butt-clowns?


Yes, either have the country divided or simply refuse to lift a finger to create any value for the government. Either one would work for me.

Comment: #7
Posted by: SusansMirror
Fri Nov 9, 2012 6:21 AM
Re: SusansMirror
Agreed. Electing Romney would have slowed up the inevitable. I'm not convinced we can turn the country around. The vast number of citizens are no longer desirable of freedom and independence.
Comment: #8
Posted by: Oldtimer
Fri Nov 9, 2012 8:19 AM
Re: ..."a party that demonizes immigrants"... Another Humpty Dumpty definition from the leftists. We do not demonize immigrants. Immigrants are people who follow the law and apply for entry into another country. What we have is a problem with illegal aliens. Keyword - illegal. Criminal invaders. Leftists continue to try and redefin e terms. If you call a dog's tail a leg it is still a tail no matter what you call it.
Comment: #9
Posted by: David Henricks
Fri Nov 9, 2012 10:28 AM
Let us reaffirm our confidence in free elections and, in good faith, support the President in those policies which are beneficial.

Concerning the election: the popular interpretation is that people of color have finally begun to outnumber the whites, (or at least outvote them) and this new majority will never vote for a Republican. The reason for this is that while it is wrong to hate people because of their race, it is a very holy thing indeed to hate the GOP. Caucasians are finished like the last of the Mohicans. Soon all of America will be able to jump and never wear sandals with brown socks. The tuna casserole party will go the way of the Whigs.

This is inherently a racist theory, of course, presuming that people of certain races all think alike. But it also fits into a long tradition of xenophobic thinking in US politics. The Constitutional Convention considered limiting the representation new states so that they would not outvote the authority of the founding 13 colonies. Andrew Jackson's election represented the triumph of the dispossessed against the establishment. The Know Nothing Party opposed the influence of the new Irish immigrants. In 1920 quotas were placed on immigration according to country of orgin.

Obviously the newcomers who won would never become conservative. Jackson's supporters continued to oppose East Coast money and fought to preserve the right to own slaves. The children of foreign nations are such radicals as Ronald Reagan, Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, Justice Scalia, and S.I. Hayakawa. The emerging Muslim vote is synonymous with equal rights for women.

Three surprises from Election Day:

1) People believed the slanders against Romney. Those who know the Governor's career realize he was one of the most virtuous people ever to run for public office. Doesn't smoke, doesn't drink, doesn't fool around, not violent, gives away millions to charity, he is successful because of his integrity. To accuse this man of squalid character is like saying Neal Armstrong doesn't know anything about the Moon. Like Hitler saying the Jews were conspiring to destroy Germany, the accusations were so outrageous that the victims thought no one would believe them. Romney's defense to his own character was inadequate and millions who opposed Obama could not bring themselves to vote for Romney. Attack ads ran every day beginning in April.

2)The polls were wrong about greater Republican enthusiasm. McCain got more votes than Romney. White Catholics voted 59/40 for Obama. There was no drop-off in the participation of young voters. Overall, ten million fewer people voted in 2012 than 2008.

3)The Republican ground game was incompetent. More Mormons voted for McCain than Romney. While Obama kept his Ohio offices open since 2008, the GOP didn't get started there till September. Democrats had get-the-vote-out dress rehearsals before Election Day; the Repubs software actually broke down while the polls were open.

Obama worked much harder at getting reelected than at governing the country. Where a man's treasure is, there is his heart also. We will see if people of color will still support him if they have to face eight dollar gasoline and ten per cent unemployment.
Comment: #10
Posted by: Cowboy Jay
Sat Nov 10, 2012 12:32 PM
An open letter to Ms. Estrich, “I agree”
The title of this editorial may not be obvious to you Ms. Estrich, but it sure is to me. I read our local paper the other day dated November 9 – 12, 2012. There was a primary headline “Election 2012” in blue ink with a large font and a secondary headline “County is second in state voter turnout levels”. I must admit to a certain swell of pride as I realized voter turnout from my own county was second in the state of Nevada. Well done Humboldt County Electorate!
Continuing to read I noted on page two the election results were overwhelmingly biased towards the Republican Party. This Republican vote bias was quite obvious; Humboldt county commission seat A 100% for Republican winner (Democrats did not run), Seat B 79.26% for the Republican winner, Seat D 100% for the Republican winner (Democrats again did not run), US Senatorial race 68.11% for the Republican winner, US Representative in Congress District 2 70.57% for the Republican winner, and last but not least President of the United States 66.33% for the Republican loser. This last vote result is worth quantifying as the winner of the Presidential race, a Democrat, did not receive even half of the votes which the loser, a Republican, received.
I continued reading the paper and on page three was your commentary “On the Left”. I noted the following quote; “There will be plenty of name calling and blame-gaming on the Republican side in the aftermath of this defeat.” Ms. Estrich, your own article is comprised of active engagement in this “blame-gaming” scenario by your own deft usage of pronouns. The pronouns we and us are utilized once each in apparent reference to the electorate, nation wide. This must have been an attempt at building solidarity? It failed. The pronouns they, them, themselves, their, and they'll, are utilized 17 times most generally quite negatively. Apparently the blame-gaming has begun.
I am left with the following conclusions. First, Humboldt county electorate is actively engaged in our polictical processes. Well done Humboldt County Nevada. Secondly, when major issues both locally and nationally confront us we are overwhelmingly conservative and Republican in our political views. Thirdly, we the Humboldt County electorate, have a definitive preference to be governed by conservative Republicans. Your quote “This time, he (Barack Obama) faces the same sort of divided government that for the past two years has given us gridlock, a bitter partisian divide and an electorate that can only be described as a house divided” is correct. The vast majority of the Humboldt County electorate and me as well, disagree with your “On the Left” liberal Democrat beliefs. However, I do agree we are “a house divided”. I just hope we, the Humboldt County Electorate of Nevada, i.e. “them or they”, do not participate in your “name calling blame-gaming” ways.
Member of the Humboldt County, State of Nevada, Electorate.
Comment: #11
Posted by: Dave Baker
Sat Nov 10, 2012 1:28 PM
An open letter to Ms. Estrich, “I agree”
The title of this editorial may not be obvious to you Ms. Estrich, but it sure is to me. I read our local paper the other day dated November 9 – 12, 2012. There was a primary headline “Election 2012” in blue ink with a large font and a secondary headline “County is second in state voter turnout levels”. I must admit to a certain swell of pride as I realized voter turnout from my own county was second in the state of Nevada. Well done Humboldt County Electorate!
Continuing to read I noted on page two the election results were overwhelmingly biased towards the Republican Party. This Republican vote bias was quite obvious; Humboldt county commission seat A 100% for Republican winner (Democrats did not run), Seat B 79.26% for the Republican winner, Seat D 100% for the Republican winner (Democrats again did not run), US Senatorial race 68.11% for the Republican winner, US Representative in Congress District 2 70.57% for the Republican winner, and last but not least President of the United States 66.33% for the Republican loser. This last vote result is worth quantifying as the winner of the Presidential race, a Democrat, did not receive even half of the votes which the loser, a Republican, received.
I continued reading the paper and on page three was your commentary “On the Left”. I noted the following quote; “There will be plenty of name calling and blame-gaming on the Republican side in the aftermath of this defeat.” Ms. Estrich, your own article is comprised of active engagement in this “blame-gaming” scenario by your own deft usage of pronouns. The pronouns we and us are utilized once each in apparent reference to the electorate, nation wide. This must have been an attempt at building solidarity? It failed. The pronouns they, them, themselves, their, and they'll, are utilized 17 times most generally quite negatively. Apparently the blame-gaming has begun.
I am left with the following conclusions. First, Humboldt county electorate is actively engaged in our polictical processes. Well done Humboldt County Nevada. Secondly, when major issues both locally and nationally confront us we are overwhelmingly conservative and Republican in our political views. Thirdly, we the Humboldt County electorate, have a definitive preference to be governed by conservative Republicans. Your quote “This time, he (Barack Obama) faces the same sort of divided government that for the past two years has given us gridlock, a bitter partisian divide and an electorate that can only be described as a house divided” is correct. The vast majority of the Humboldt County electorate and me as well, disagree with your “On the Left” liberal Democrat beliefs. However, I do agree we are “a house divided”. I just hope we, the Humboldt County Electorate of Nevada, i.e. “them or they”, do not participate in your “name calling blame-gaming” ways.
Member of the Humboldt County, State of Nevada, Electorate.
Comment: #12
Posted by: Dave Baker
Sat Nov 10, 2012 1:28 PM
An open letter to Ms. Estrich, “I agree”
The title of this editorial may not be obvious to you Ms. Estrich, but it sure is to me. I read our local paper the other day dated November 9 – 12, 2012. There was a primary headline “Election 2012” in blue ink with a large font and a secondary headline “County is second in state voter turnout levels”. I must admit to a certain swell of pride as I realized voter turnout from my own county was second in the state of Nevada. Well done Humboldt County Electorate!
Continuing to read I noted on page two the election results were overwhelmingly biased towards the Republican Party. This Republican vote bias was quite obvious; Humboldt county commission seat A 100% for Republican winner (Democrats did not run), Seat B 79.26% for the Republican winner, Seat D 100% for the Republican winner (Democrats again did not run), US Senatorial race 68.11% for the Republican winner, US Representative in Congress District 2 70.57% for the Republican winner, and last but not least President of the United States 66.33% for the Republican loser. This last vote result is worth quantifying as the winner of the Presidential race, a Democrat, did not receive even half of the votes which the loser, a Republican, received.
I continued reading the paper and on page three was your commentary “On the Left”. I noted the following quote; “There will be plenty of name calling and blame-gaming on the Republican side in the aftermath of this defeat.” Ms. Estrich, your own article is comprised of active engagement in this “blame-gaming” scenario by your own deft usage of pronouns. The pronouns we and us are utilized once each in apparent reference to the electorate, nation wide. This must have been an attempt at building solidarity? It failed. The pronouns they, them, themselves, their, and they'll, are utilized 17 times most generally quite negatively. Apparently the blame-gaming has begun.
I am left with the following conclusions. First, Humboldt county electorate is actively engaged in our polictical processes. Well done Humboldt County Nevada. Secondly, when major issues both locally and nationally confront us we are overwhelmingly conservative and Republican in our political views. Thirdly, we the Humboldt County electorate, have a definitive preference to be governed by conservative Republicans. Your quote “This time, he (Barack Obama) faces the same sort of divided government that for the past two years has given us gridlock, a bitter partisian divide and an electorate that can only be described as a house divided” is correct. The vast majority of the Humboldt County electorate and me as well, disagree with your “On the Left” liberal Democrat beliefs. However, I do agree we are “a house divided”. I just hope we, the Humboldt County Electorate of Nevada, i.e. “them or they”, do not participate in your “name calling blame-gaming” ways.
Member of the Humboldt County, State of Nevada, Electorate.
Comment: #13
Posted by: Dave Baker
Sat Nov 10, 2012 1:28 PM
OF COURSE the Democrats won; how could you lose when about 90% of your base is on the dole one way or another.
They're not gonna vote against Santa Claus. I'm only glad that I'm too old for the end game. We'll start having more & more Hispanic-named people, as that demograhic enlarges & more & more Hispanic politicians voting... well guess how. People like Rubio - conservative latinos - are few and are treated by their own like conservative Blacks are treated... as sell-outs. Along the way there'll be more intemarraige of non-Hispanic women with Hispanic men, causing even more growth to that community.
Whilst talking up the growing Latino (and Muslim) community and making fun of the "old white men syndrome, someone should do some comparative research into the comparisons between the USA and Latino countries. I'd bet that the USA, for example, produces more patents yearly than all of Central & South America. This country has been helping the world for hundreds of years with aid, arms, surplus food, hospital ships and more. Now it's gonna become a different country entirely. I hope some of the vaunted liberal pundits live long enough to view their own naivete ruining the lives of their children. And a Hispanic-based environment will be more apt to NOT fend of the coming overt Muslim takeover of this and other countries. The USA as we've known it, is over. God help us.
Comment: #14
Posted by: Mike Simms
Sat Nov 10, 2012 7:07 PM
Mike its refreshing to read something from a senior citizen who understands how it works in this country. The older generation insists on getting their entitlements at the expense of future generations. The programs never should have happened and will be insolvent in just a few years. At least older generations had some control over these programs, and now they are going to foot the bill to people who had no control. Don't get me wrong, we are all victims of the welfare state. I think when you explain to seniors that they are screwing over their children and grandchildren, they start to understand the problem better. Ultimatly people want to do whats best for their family.
Comment: #15
Posted by: Chris McCoy
Sun Nov 11, 2012 6:31 AM

The Democrat party and liberals are a cancer on the Divided States of America; and the cancer has now metastasized and it is just a matter of time before it kills its host.

The only option remaining for honorable people is to leave the country or have their children die with the cancer.
Comment: #16
Posted by: SusansMirror
Mon Nov 12, 2012 11:14 AM
I think the point being missed is that all the second amendment people that know how to grow food are in red counties (even in blue states). We need to simply live our lives being personally responsible, plant our crops and maintain our self-protection devices and let the cities devolve under the delusion of "my government loves me" for a while.
God bless.
Comment: #17
Posted by: Cincinnatus01
Mon Nov 12, 2012 7:02 PM
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