Well, we’re certainly not going to deny the former White House Special Advisor for Green Jobs’ claim that “hope won” this election — it certainly wasn’t results, especially those from the administration’s millions sunk into green jobs initiatives. So hope it is, but we still don’t buy the idea that the man who declared that “voting is the best revenge” triumphed over a campaign based on hate.
@vanjones68 Hate? Which side advanced hate in this campaign? The one who said Romney killed a woman?
— SouthernBred (@Southern_Bred_) November 11, 2012
— Jimi(@Jimi971) November 11, 2012
@vanjones68 Joy at Church? do yall worship Jesus Christ or Obama?
— Gary (@garyalan82) November 11, 2012
@vanjones68 Ugh.Elders celebrating the election of a president who believes that babies can be aborted at will at anytime in pregnancy
— kim jossfolk (@shoegal90) November 11, 2012
@vanjones68 Did your pastor damn America?
— Ann(@Evilpa) November 11, 2012
Apparently the hate — and even the devil himself — was there to see if you were looking for it.
— don jennings (@donjx) November 11, 2012
@vanjones68 I always felt we’d win. Hate burns itself out, but hope is never extinguished. We walked right over the hate and voted for Obama
— Budgie Bird (@BudgieBird123) November 11, 2012
@vanjones68 The devil is defeated.
— Kimbermoses (@obamakimber) November 11, 2012