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In the society we currently have here in the good ole U.S.A, one of me,myself & I, one of feelings & less logic/common sense over time, this doesn't even need pointing out.
To whomever gave me a thumbs down,...I feel your pain. Now, do you feel better?
Tears from the Iron Lady as she's removed from her role of Prime Minister? Altogether understandable: Nostalgia? Unfair? unappreciated? What comes next? Any public figure regardless of gender who has made personal sacrifices and kept a firm upper lip throughout is entitled to be remembered for more than the image of a weeping departure. But what do we make of tears from the victor of such a momentous election as this? Some detractors who see weakness in this miss the point entirely. The generosity of a soul who cannot escape the public eye yet who shows unfeigned emotion at the vindication of his efforts in behalf of this nation brought about by the tireless efforts of his most ardent campaign supporters...is a reassuring thing. Those of us incapable of tears may be as out of touch with reality as with our own emotions.
Do you people really believe this???? They are Laughing all the way to the bank, as we see our investments lose. Obama and His wife are having a good chuckle.....
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