Tuesday, November 03, 2009

One word 

The New York Times wants you to enter "one word" that describes how you feel a year after Barack Obama's election, and has fed the responses into a cloud. It is fairly obvious from the relative sizes of the words that few conservative readers have chosen their words. So far.


By Blogger JPMcT, at Tue Nov 03, 09:13:00 PM:

Bear in mind that most people who still read the Times are delusional.

My submission: HORRIFIED  

By Blogger victoria, at Tue Nov 03, 09:21:00 PM:


By Anonymous Boludo Tejano, at Tue Nov 03, 09:57:00 PM:

While "hopeful" is at the top, "disappointed" is also there at the top. That may indicate that some of hopey-changey people are for whatever reasons coming to the conclusion that the Messiah wasn't all he was cracked up to be. When you vote for the "un-Bush," you may also find that the "un-Bush" is lacking in some Bushlike attributes, such as the ability to make a decision.  

By Anonymous IndispensableDestiny, at Tue Nov 03, 11:11:00 PM:

Disappointed appears to be the common theme among both parties and the "everyone" category.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Nov 04, 01:43:00 AM:

My choice was amused. Amused there are still si many ignorant morons supportive of the Obamunist.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Nov 04, 04:17:00 AM:

optimistic. perhaps foolishly so, but still.  

By Anonymous meta-4, at Wed Nov 04, 08:38:00 AM:

Anger. How the hell did this happen,
An adminstration full of marxists....?  

By Blogger TOF, at Wed Nov 04, 05:32:00 PM:


By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Nov 04, 09:52:00 PM:


"It's German."


By Anonymous yer pal al, at Wed Nov 04, 10:02:00 PM:


By Blogger Georgfelis, at Thu Nov 05, 12:07:00 AM:


By Blogger Kevin, at Thu Nov 05, 07:14:00 AM:


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