2011 - The Year We Take Back Congress and Make Obama's Life Hell!

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Is Yellow the New Shade of Blue?

Blue as in "Blue States," that is,....

Lt. Commander Phillip Francis Queeg, "Old Yellow Stain"

Gentle readers,
In the wake of one of the worst ballot box shellackings ever witnessed, the Democratic Party, having raised the ire of Main Street America, was swept from power in Congress and is essentially hamstrung in the Senate.

And the way they get back into the good graces of the American populous is to pick up their toys and run away from the very life's blood of our political system: the representative democrat process??

As we witness in Wisconsin, and now in Indiana, the party of big government and Socialist ideology would rather run away from another tongue lashing than stand their ground and fight! It's not making a political statement, nor is it even grandstanding. In a word, the Democratic Party is committing that most foul of social acts: COWARDICE!

From 2006 through 2010 the Republican Party, we were told, had been outmaneuvered and marginalized to the point of being a fringe element in the political process. They were told to sit down, shut up and do what Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid told them to do.

And as we sat back and gave Nancy enough rope to hang herself, the Republicans have had their patience paid off with the majority they deserve.

You'd think the Democrats would learn from such an example? No,..instead they chose to emulate THIS fictional character:

Its disgusting, disgraceful and shameful! But what do you expect from a party led by a man who's apologized to the world for all of America's good will and runs from every international fight he encounters??


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At 12:24 AM, Blogger Jordan Phillips said...

Both parties do the running away thing to other states. It's the oldest trick in the politics book that goes back to the founding fathers.

By the way do you REALLY think that teachers are to blame for our budget problems? Let's just keep pushing supply side economics by giving tax breaks to the ultra wealthy. If you really care about the deficit, why not raise taxes just to get us back to even. Would it be the end of world?

At 10:34 PM, Blogger TheBitterAmerican said...

Funny, I don't see Republicans from New Jersey running to PA to avoid Chris Christie's attempt to reign in NJ's teachers unions. Tax stifles growth, growth employs people, and employed people don't need tax-funded unemployment benefits; but then again, you're just parroting the "tax and spend" Obamessiah agenda. And so long as its spent on the SEIU and every teachers' liberal indoctrination society,..um,..union, its OK, right?


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