redstate’s gettin redder!
The few who have read my posts know that since way back, I acknowledged the good chance this would pass. I frankly wasn’t worried about it, as those who read my stuff know. I was big on repeal. When people were wringing their hands, i’d try to cheer ‘em up. The only thing I was worried about, which i didn’t really mention (can’t look worried | Read More »
Stupak was no. 216 -Why should he get any rest? Let’s
call, email and fax him. Let’s let him know how ‘pleased’ we are with his decision and how we all look forward to supporting his opponent later on this year. 202 225 4735 – phone 202 225 4744 – fax http://faxzero.com/ (for free faxes quick)
NOW the AP gets it. Obamacare might be bad for Dems.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_health_care_politics_analysis This thing is SO going down. I love it.
Are you NOW ready to destroy the Democrat party?
Bart Stupak is 216, as far as I’m concerned. We need to make him a special project. But let him merely be the face of the Democrat Party. These bstrds think they can control our destiny. They think they have the right to determine the future of America’s children. They think they’re better than us. It’s time for them to feel the pain. The same | Read More »
Our Holy Grail
I’m headed off for work soon, so I’ll make this quick. Forgive any errors, this’ll be a once-through, no editing. It has been said, truthfully, that Govt-run healthcare is the Holy Grail of the Libs. Once it’s passed, the CW goes, that’s it. People will be hooked. Look at England, they say. (NOTE: I am still fighting this, and I think we have a | Read More »
You Wanna Really Get Them to Listen?
I think we all agree, the single biggest problem with American politics today is that the people WE hire are not listening to us. The Democratic leadership is not listening to us on Obamacare, even after Scott Brown. The Republicans don’t listen to us when they get power; they just help the Democrats consolidate their gains. Why is this the case? I think | Read More »
Will you give up? I have seen a lot of poo pooing on the idea of repeal. Earlier, I posted this in the midst of a bunch of eeyore prognostications: well i fully expect that everyone wringing their hands, eg steyn et. al. will immediately shut down shop and be silent if/when this passes. I mean, if it is so bad, and | Read More »
They say elections have consequences…
… well so should irresponsible votes. The problem is that politicians don’t fear us. And I don’t mean the fear of being tarred and feathered (although they don’t fear us that way either; they have the monopoly on power). They aren’t overly concerned about being voted out of office because if they are, they get all kinds of wonderful benefits. And I don’t just mean | Read More »
The plan. pt 1
Okay, so tonight I start laying out the plan. Here goes. 1st: Prerequisites. Rational mind; consistent and systematic mindset, q.v. my earlier post, Vast Right Wing Conspiracy. So now, to the guts of the plan. We need to mirror the Soros-Nutroot complex. A very effective strategy in general, to confound an opponent, is to mirror their tactics. They don’t | Read More »
A new verb?
This came out today in a spontaneous blow-up at the radio when they were talking about Grahamnesty. I wonder whether anyone has said this: We need to teaparty his ***. I think that verb could really catch on. What do you think? Look out for a new post tonight. See ya then.