A part of me had to laugh at this, the other half was just shaking my head. And it's real! See the link below the picture. Make sure you click to read the full obituary.

 

 

 

http://obits.dignitymemorial.com/dignity-memorial/obituary.aspx?n=D...

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This crap is freaking SAD!! I just read an article where not even 24 hours after election the GOP are basically saying they aren't interested in sitting down and talking with President Obama, their main goal "is denying Obama re-election " All this adversity isn't going to help solve any of the problems America is facing, it's just going to leave us at a stand still and when the 2012 election rolls around it's going to look like he hasn't done anything (as the media like to put it). But not because he didn't try to do anything but because he had this dark red cloud over and behind him who are hell bent on making sure he fails. These people don't give a flying phuck if the American economy gets back on track, they just want to make sure America realizes it made a "mistake" in electing a black man for President, nothing else matters to these people.

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Anyone who supports America, not just Obama or the Dems, needs to be vocal. The difference between the "tea party" and other people is that the tea party writes letters, stages events, will threaten and harrass someone until they get their way. The moderate people in this country need to stand up and be represented. Voting doesn't solve all of our problems, it's the actions you take afterwards.
True. The sad thing about it is that most people think that voting will either: A) Solve all problems, but after they vote and don't :get that 2010 Charger when they go to the dealership or that $500,000 bank, they looked at it as the elected officials didn't "do anything" for them, so they never vote again; B) They don't vote, because they know that voting alone doesn't solve anything and they aren't interested in putting in the time or effort to make changes or simply they just don't know how to get involved.

I think the Democrats try to run "fair" races and it doesn't work, they need to play dirty like the other team (kick a ninja when he down and trip his ass if he tries to get back up, LOL)
Ashley Banks, the Geeky Mynx said:
Anyone who supports America, not just Obama or the Dems, needs to be vocal. The difference between the "tea party" and other people is that the tea party writes letters, stages events, will threaten and harrass someone until they get their way. The moderate people in this country need to stand up and be represented. Voting doesn't solve all of our problems, it's the actions you take afterwards.
Some people have no respect for President Obama. In other countries if the people treat their President or ruler how some people treat President Obama, they probably be sentenced to some jail time or even death. I mean people have the right to voice their opinions, but do it in a respectful manner. Where was the tea party when former President Bush was in office? President Obama can't fix eight years of MESS, with the snap of his fingers. When the republicans and tea party members who won in this previous election take their post I expect them to have to create a billion jobs, put money towards education, get us out of the recession, bring ALL the troops back home, bring the US deficit down, and find Osama Bin Laden all in ONE DAY. I'm not even gonna give them a week and if they don't I gonna start my own "tea party." CHANGE TAKES TIME.
I want a republican to come in office so we can start blaming this b******* on them...and have our "Soda Party rallies" lol (not tea party..lol.corny joke sorry)...IT WAS BUSH that put us in this s*** NOT Obama.....
Girl, they have coffee parties. I'm joining the ones in Dallas until I move. I've already received the information for Austin. :)

And I agree with Amber, we need to give the tea party/GOP one day to change everything. And when they don't, we start to complain.

The chick formerly known as Ally said:
I want a republican to come in office so we can start blaming this b******* on them...and have our "Soda Party rallies" lol (not tea party..lol.corny joke sorry)...IT WAS BUSH that put us in this s*** NOT Obama.....
It just shows how deep rooted racism is in this country - it made me sick to the stomach!
The business of politics is just ugly. I'm glad that he was elected because I never thought I would see this in my lifetime, but really sad at how ignorant and racist our society really is.
America is so stupid its ridiculous.
just remember to PRAY for our President yall!!!
The Tea Party is just another excuse to hate on President Obama because he's a black man who breaks every stereotype and is doing his job well. He brought home our troops, of every race and background from Iraq. It has only been 2 years, and he is not superman and can't undo the quagmire of 8 years worth of lies, deceit and bad judgment.

I support President Obama and his administration. What if he started locking these racists in jail "in the name of national security?"

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