We have a really savvy bunch of readers. They really get it and they don’t need my, or anyone’s, prompting to carry the banner of Conservative patriotism forward.
I don’t even know how many sites we’re on but it’s a lot, and then we get picked up from there by other outlets. We get mail from some of the most unlikely places, and we get a lot of comments. Most of them do get read. Dee’s really good about that. Sometimes there are just so many that we can’t get to them all.
Recently, there has been a shift in the comments we’ve been getting. Up until now, the clarion call has been for victory against the DeMarxist government, with not a little flavor of vengeance against politicians of either party who have conspired to bring down America. Now there’s increasing interest in the post-election makeup of the new Conservative Republican Party and how it’s going to perform in a post Pelosi-Reid environment.
There have been many thoughtful comments to the effect that the incoming Congress will be the most scrutinized in history. What we’re getting, in comment after comment, is that no one intends to allow a Republican Congress to run off the rails again.
We have some really great rising stars in the Conservative Republican movement. There will be a whole bunch more coming to Washington after the elections as well.
We can anticipate the worst out of the DeMarxists between now and the elections. What we really have to be prepared for is that it’s quite likely that the DeMarxists may choose a scorched earth policy, where they attempt to enact the portions of the Obama agenda that hasn’t been able to move through the Congress due to skilled Republican resistance.
If Democrats choose this all-or-nothing approach, it will be an open acknowledgment of the open contempt with which they hold you, the American citizen. It’s time to do it right. These Marxist liberals have got to go… period. They must be hounded from government no matter where they may have burrowed.
Come to think of it, it might not be a bad idea to start up the House Un-American Activities Committee again. They just might want to start with Hillary’s Foggy Bottom… not Hillary’s bottom, Foggy Bottom. Our State Department has been a hotbed of anti-American and anti-semitic activity for sixty years or more. It needs to be cleaned out once and for all.
One thing is for sure, there is no lack of work to be done… now or after November 2.
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