March 21, 2010

Phew! Who cut one?

O.K., so it's over, right? We're all doomed to a life of socialistic servitude and things as we know it will never be the same.

Guess again!

Obama and the Democrats were so hell-bent on getting health care passed in any form, that they blessed this truckload of manure and Dumbo-Ears will trot out all of the liberal and leftists for his signing soiree. They'll dance,sing, and party 'til dawn..

..and then wake up with the biggest hangover since this idiot and his band of clods were voted in by a brain-dead electorate, hornswoggled by his hope and change mantra.

This fight is not over by a long shot; as John Paul Jones said on the burning deck of the Bon Homme Richard when asked if he was striking his colors, "I have not yet begun to fight!"

Doubt it? Check out what John Hinderaker has to say about silver linings over at Powerline Blog. This is a must read! Then get youself tooled up for the running gun battle that we are about to have between now and November..and beyond.

You still here? Scram and get busy throwing these dessicated turds out of office now. And that's an order!

Update: John Hinderaker makes a point I was going to bring up a little later down the road:
"I've never been prouder to be a Republican. The party's Congressional leaders have fought this battle to the end on behalf of the American people--with intelligence, toughness, persistence and good humor. The contrast between the parties has never been starker than in today's debate. If any intelligent Democrats were watching--there must be some left--they had to be embarrassed for their party."
So I am here to tell the RNC, RSCC, RCSCXCSC, whatever, don't send me those goddam questionnaire solicitations anymore. Just tell me how much you need and I'll do my best to send it to you. No more cutesy pie remarks, no brickbats, no salty comments. Your return envelopes are coming back to you with my hard-earned dollars. You have erned back my faith and trust and together with the tea partiers, the good common hardworking American people, and the Republicans who have demoinstrated they have a spine, we will right this wrong. We will prevail!

You guys and gals -- Paul Ryan, Boehner, Spence, Bachmann, even Lindsay Graham at times -- fought a magnificent fight, considering you were as outmatched as you were. You reminded me of Bowie, Travis, Crockett, and the rest who valiantly held off Santa Ana's army at the Alamo. Your stand may have ended in defeat for the moment, but I got a feeling that Sam Houston's army is on the way and what happens when it arrives won't be pretty.

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