Spooky Dude Pissed Away A Fortune On A “Bad Investment”

Hinting darkly that the Rambler-in-Chief may not have his support for much longer, George Soros, the Hungarian-American financier said “We have just lost this election, we need to draw a line and if this president can’t do what we need, it is time to start looking somewhere else.”  Uh oh.  When Daddy’s not happy, nobody’s happy.

Soros, speaking to an annual gathering of Democracy Alliance, told the progressives that he is “used to fighting losing battles but doesn’t like to lose without fighting.”

Requests for comment from the White House were not returned, though a Democratic operative sympathetic to the administration said that Soros’s dissatisfaction with the White House was “hardly news.” Sources who relayed that and other exchanges insisted on anonymity, citing the strict rules against talking to the press that come with being part of the gathering.

The election results have the partners in the Democracy Alliance scurrying like rats to find a way to change the rules.  So, if you thought we had seen ugly, think again.

Anna Burger, retired treasury secretary of SEIU said, “Instead of being pushed over by this election it has empowered people to stand up in a bigger way.”

Look out America.  You stood and delivered in the 2010 mid-terms.  The courage we must muster for 2012 will be a thousand-fold greater.  Have you the courage for this fight?

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