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    I didn't watch it either! In fact I'm watching " in search of Big Foot" instead of the news, not sure which group is more misguided, I know which ones I would trust more with my money!
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    @Ashstop I've said for awhile now that the very far right is far more loyal to their party than their nation. Statements like that are among the many reasons I believe that. It is the inauguration of the president of our nation. I'd say "Show some respect for the office" but I'm sure that's not possible.
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    @Zazziness LOL I'm sure you said that as you scrape the "Buck Fush" bumper sticker from your car. Give us a break.
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    @drpeeper Nope. Like many conservatives, you live in an imaginary world and then complain about it. It's weird.
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    Exactly...I had this thing today called WORK I had to do. So I waited until his speech got posted on Youtube. I watched it then and I was under the impression he was STILL campaigning. The Inauguration was a non-event and just more rhetoric.
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    @Keyjo Nope. Perhaps someone should make MLK a mandatory holiday. Wait. There actually is no law on the books that mandates ANY holidays or vacation in the United States. Unlike the Soviet States of Europe, there is no mandatory days off in this country.
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    @drpeeper Wow, where did you get the worlds biggest brush to paint such a sweeping generalization?
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    @drpeeper No wonder neocons are not noted for their sense of humor.
    Its because they dont have one,
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    You don't care but are so concerned about what Mitt was doing ? Anybody know how much booze 'Stoneface' Pelosi & her entourage sucked down between the land of fruit & nuts & DC ? Or who did Bawney Fwank sweep wif on the nite befool the coronation ? Let the lib ' mad stream media ' answer this before worrying what Mitt or anyone else was doing. Just a bunch of whiny busybodies.
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    I hear Little Lawence was watching the coronation in the men's room stall, with a new roll of toilet paper and a gerbil. What gives?
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    I didn't even know until my brother told me yesterday that the messiah's blessing was today. I no longer watch the news or much of any TV since Barry managed to pull of the crime of the century #2. Fox News is just a thing of the past when it used to be on 95% of the time. Pickers, Pawn Shops, Storage Wars and HGTV are about all that's left without that p!ss poor excuse for a president 24/7.
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    I didnt watch. Cant stand to listen to him. He is so arrogant and self absorbed. My stomach and my head just couldnt take it
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    The mere idea that a man who claims to be a man of the people will allow 170 million dollars to take the oath of office for a second time in a dog and pony show is so offensive to me that I would not watch. And my opinion of Obama today is that he's a man of the people just as long as it doesn't get in the way of living like a feudal lord. In other words, Republican or Democrat, hogs of a breed, all at the money trough gobbling as fast as a pig can gobble. Charlatans, one and all.
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    Maybe it's a tradition of ex Massachusetts governor's tradition. Who cares about Mitt, the great overseas shipper of American jobs.
    The great non tax paying, off shore bank account holder. He was probably kicking back in his magic pajamas, sipping decaffeinated coffee or near-beer.
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    Why is it ok for the left to ruthlessly attack Romneys religion...but the second anybody questions Obama's, we're instantly called racists?
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    You don't support the peaceful transition of power? It's a shame you didn't watch it because much of the ceremony explained why it is such an important, precious and American ritual.
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    I didn't watch. My time was better spent working instead of watching the television of a president that I didn't vote for or support.
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    I didn't watch it either. It looked like an expensive display of conspicuous consumption, an heroic celebration for tremendous achievements. Just exactly what those tremendous achievements are, I have yet to see.
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    I know more people who DIDN'T watch than DID watch. I guess someone should give one good reason why Romney should have watched, but most of us don't care. His business, not MSNBC's. But I guess the reason we didn't watch is because we're all racists. In reality, I had laundry to do and bathrooms to clean...
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    i can give you one good reason why mittens should have been there in person. it's traditional for the losing presidential contender to demonstrate to the nation and to the world that he supports and endorses the president 100%. after all, the election isn't about the man... it's about what is good for the nation, and mr. romney wasn't it.
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    @dances-weebles I agree with you totally.
    Today was a day to put all politics aside and celebrate our nation. Romney's presence would have sent an example for the GOP that this extremely hostile election season is over. His presence would have shown that we are not a nation of Republicans and Democrats but a nation of Americans (and some illegal immigrants).
    Romney showed his lack of leadership skills today and has proven he is not a true American, he places himself before his country, an arrogant a$$ til the end. It is now time for Mitt to fade away to being the cocktail party punchline. Good riddance.
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    I didn't watch it either. Part of me regrets it since I can't effectively refute anything he said... at least until I get around to reading it... but the rest of me is glad that I didn't subject myself to twenty minutes of Lefty ideology.
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    @PoliticalSpice-- That was an example of when I have effectively refuted you. Another is my refutation of your claim that the republican party was founded by Jefferson. Now... do you have an example of when I commented on something that I didn't do my due diligence or are you just trying to be difficult as usual?
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    More extremists Stupidity. Why the hell would Romney watch Obama be inaugurated instead of himself? I sure wouldn't if I had lost. Romney's political career is over. He spent 8 years running for the office and now knows he was caught in a trap of his own making. He went so far right (when he really wasn't) to get the nomination (just like McCain did) that a man (Obama) who is really clearly a poor president, stomped him in the electoral college. Romney know that he's the victim of his own parties Christian right lunatic fringe. McCain knows it, Romney knows it. There is no reason for him to watch the man who benefited from his own selling out to the religious right. He's probably busy flogging himself.
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    @stepped_in_it Hehehe. But in all seriousness I can bet you're no different than I. And Mitt in this respect. If we had of lost after a billion dolllars spent to win would you go to the trouble of flying in from your mansion, put on a Tux and stand around smiling? Perhaps wear a sign saying "I'm a good loser". I wouldn't do it. Neither would you.
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    @jessejaymes Nope, wouldn't go either. 2nd place is first loser (been called number 2 too many times in my life). I don't like whispers behind my back or pointing and jeering! Besides, if Mitt makes nice with Britain, maybe they'll invite him for a coronation of their king instead of having to "view" ours! ;-)
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    Yeah know.. Mitt might not have been the perfect president.. but I'll tell yeah what.. he would have been a hell of alot better than the Jackass we have now!! Oh by the way..did I mention ... Piers Morgan is a complete Asshole? Hey thanks...
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