Republican sore losers need to finally get over it

2012-12-04T00:00:00Z Republican sore losers need to finally get over it nwitimes.com
December 04, 2012 12:00 am

If you voted for Mitt Romney, you're a sore loser. Get over it and move forward.

With all the Republicans, schemes, tactics, strategies, dirtiness and all the money Romney spent campaigning, none of it prevailed. It was always said, "Money talks and BS walks." It didn't work for Romney.

Now the Republicans are mad -- not angry, but mad.

Many Republican employers have fired many people from their jobs after the election, all over the United States. This is another scheme or tactic to try and make President Barack Obama look bad. Republicans are expecting the unemployment rate will skyrocket and more people will need assistance. This too will not prevail.

Get over it. Romney is washed up, and so are the Republicans. Again, move forward.

- Belinda E. Davis, Gary

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