• The Craziest Reactions to Barack Obama's Victory

    For reasons unknown, President Obama did not take my advice and begin his victory speech with a call for Sharia law, slavery reparations and the adoption of French as the national language. But despite his conciliatory address, not everyone was pleased with Obama's re-election…

    1. Donald Trump calls for revolution, before deleting parts of his tirade…

    2. You too would be gloomy, if you were a man named Stacy, like the Spectator's Robert Stacy McCain

    If four years of endless failure have not rid them of this madness, the disease may well be terminal. Perhaps others will still see some cause for hope, and in another few weeks my friends may persuade me to see it, too. But today I will hear no such talk, and I doubt I'll be in a better mood tomorrow. At the moment, I am convinced America is doomed beyond all hope of redemption, and any talk of the future fills me with dread and horror.

    3.  Attendees of the RNC after-Election party were not in a festive mood…

    "It doesn't get any more bleak than this," Lea told me. "This is not hyperbole: This country is done. The writing's on the wall. Dead."

    4. Uh, we're all still here, Victoria Jackson…

    5. Finally, a few students at Ole Miss in Oxford, Mississippi decided to perform a historical reenactment of the Old South…

    Shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning a disturbance started near the center of the University of Mississippi campus, where students gathered to protest the Tuesday night re-election of President Barack Obama. Initial reports on Twitter labeled the gathering as a "riot," but observers said it was simply angry students assembled in protest.

    Students were heard shouting racial epithets about Obama and African Americans in general. Police were called to the scene and the crowd broke up around 12:30 a.m.

    Thank goodness for Obamacare's mental health provisions. These people are gonna need it.


    Tags: Conservatives, Donald Trump, Mississippi, Republicans, Victoria Jackson

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