Awesome! My favorite part is "I didn't build this - God did".
I wish that SgtJoseph character was still around here, his ass must be bleeding from all the butt-hurt. Not only was he convinced Obama was going to lose based on crap like not seeing as many bumper stickers, the wins for gay marriage and pot probably sent him straight over the edge.
I'm also not going to hold me breath waiting for hawksfan2828 to show up.
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The South lost again? If the south is so Bsd then why r all u Yankees staying down here when u come. We wished u would go back. History has Proven only way the north won was economics. If the south had the same supplies north would have lost and about did anyway. You Yankees are all mouth and that's Proven when u move down here. Yes we r redneckd and will kick ur Butt's down here with ur smart mouths. The people from the north like u keep the divide u Yahoo Yankee!
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Yesterday, we told you that David Siegel, the humongously wealthy CEO who threatened to lay his workers off if Obama was reelected, did not, in fact, lay them off—he gave everyone raises. Unfortunately, not every boss is as kindly as the King of Versailles. Our call for news of Obama reelection-related layoffs brought in the following, from across the nation:
For the chairman and chief executive of Murray Energy, an Ohio-based coal company, the reelection of President Obama was no cause for celebration. It was a time for prayer – and layoffs.
Robert E. Murray read a prayer to a group of company staff members on the day after the election, lamenting the direction of the country and asking: “Lord, please forgive me and anyone with me in Murray Energy Corp. for the decisions that we are now forced to make to preserve the very existence of any of the enterprises that you have helped us build.”
On Wednesday, Murray also laid off 54 people at American Coal, one of his subsidiary companies, and 102 at Utah American Energy, blaming a “war on coal”
Well, that's grounds for a lawsuit. While...I don't know what state the guy lived in, firing someone for their political beliefs I would assume is against the law. Furthermore, these 'conservative' business leaders are bordering on lawsuits of their own.