We are – all of us at O-t-c – so tired of Democrats and the Obama Administration. They bore us to tears. The only reason we follow anything they do is because it’s consequential.
Not once have we heard them say anything remotely interesting, let alone intellectually stimulating. But what can one expect of people who skate through life, rising to the top of the heap through extortion, political correctness, and bullying instead of brains and fair competition? Is there any such thing as a smart Democrat anymore? Really – is there?
Take Chrysler and GM. Please. Take them. Put them out of their misery – put them out of our misery. Ray LaHood, the Transportation Secretary, said that people should stop driving their Toyotas. Tell us how that’s not a conflict of interest. Yeah – we know that LaHood says he’s a Republican, but really – he’s not. He’s a RINO. He really should follow Arlen Specter’s lead and become a Democrat outright. After all, does anyone believe the deception anymore? Just be the jerk you really are, Mr. LaHood and some of us might at least be able to respect that.
Yeah – we know he tried to walk back what he said. But not really. Not in a way that had any impact.
And what he did was so abysmally amateurish and transparent: he wanted people to look at Taxpayer Motors in a more favorable light.
Well, Mr. LaHood – it backfired. At least in these quarters. We now look at Taxpayer Motors in an even worse light than we did before, though we didn’t believe it to be possible.
We can’t think of a single thing – not one damned thing – that this President has done that we like. We’re not going to belabor it anymore. Suffice to say that we’re bored to tears with his and the Democrat rhetoric. We are bored to tears with their efforts to play the race cards, their efforts to propagandize our children, to propagandize us. We’re bored to tears with their insults. We’re bored beyond yawning at their efforts to try to sneak things past us like little kids looking “to see if Mommy and Daddy are looking” as they try to sneak their hands in the cookie jars. It’s cute in a little kid. It’s just unbelievably shallow, trivial, and bo-o-o-oring coming from adults.
We wish we could get a dispensation from God to move November to come after February this year. This would put the Democrats out of our misery.
Boycott the Messiah!
We watched with mixed emotions, your speech (yet another speech!) at your town hall meeting last week. We saw you strident, perhaps angry. We saw you defiant. What we didn’t see was that you had learned anything from We the People.
The mixed emotions come because it kind of tugged at us when you said (paraphrasing) that some of the attacks on you stung. That’s perhaps the most human thing we’ve heard you say – ever. It’s using English in a way that Americans around the country understand and get. It’s not professorial. It’s not highbrow, looking over the glasses to talk down to us. It’s just connecting man to man or man to woman.
However, in the next moment, we remembered.
We remembered when you tried to walk it back from your condemnation of the Cambridge Police Department, when you said that you had “miscalibrated” your language. Who talks like that?
But more – we remember that you did condemn the Cambridge Police Department after saying that you didn’t have all the facts. Fast forward to when you tried to stump for Martha Coakley, and you said that you didn’t really know Scott Brown’s record as you then tried to condemn it.
You are very fast to demonize fellow Americans, Mr. President. We can’t think of a single time that George W. Bush did that, despite provocation that makes your hot seat look like an air conditioned cockpit. You are very quick to lash out at us, Mr. President – at anyone who stands in your way. This is why we call you a bully. And you do it with people who are ill equipped to fight back against the force of the Federal Government in general and the Office of the President in particular. This is why we call you a coward.
We strongly suggest that if you want to turn things around on your watch, Mr. President, that you stop with the demonization; stop with the villainizing of entire swaths of Americans. Show the same kind of respect and courtesy that you and your Wicked Witch of the West demand every so often from the rest of us. Start treating people who disagree with you with respect, Mr. President, and just maybe you’ll find it reciprocated.
If you can’t manage that, we happily imagine you feeling irritated, annoyed, ticked off, etc. We wish for you the same consternation that you cause us. We would rather that we could respect an American President, but as in all things, respect is something earned, and you, Sir, have not earned it; not yet; though you still can.
From Politico: “As election returns came in Tuesday night, Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-R.I.) said it’s clear that voters wanted “a whipping boy” for all the lost jobs and foreclosed homes.” – http://bit.ly/8Zej70
We so hope that all Democrats are as stupid as this about the meaning of Brown’s win last night.
This isn’t about jobs and foreclosures. It’s about the kind of government we have; whether it’s a government responsive to WE THE PEOPLE!
Kennedy’s style of reasoning is precisely the kind that comes from not having held down a real job or being a real boss with real employees. It is a public-sector-is-all-I-know mentality. So let us break it to ya’, Mr. Kennedy, not that you would listen to Independents who would have braved snow and sleet to vote for Brown if we were Massachusetts residents.
The thing is – you can’t show the massive disrespect toward We the People and not pay for it at the polls. Obama was put into office by We the People (though not by those of us at O-t-c) on the basis that (a) he wasn’t George W. Bush, (b) that he would have a transparent government, (c) that he would change the tone in Washington (much as George W. Bush promised in his first run for the Presidency), and (d) that he would be the People’s President.
Instead, what did we get? We got a President who stood silent while the Wicked Witch of the West called us astro-turf and Nazis. He rammed through legislation – against We the People’s preferences, made known in poll after poll after poll (which the President has acknowledged that he reads), and he tried to ram through his Health Deformity Legislation before the August 2009 break – remember that?
When We the People rose up and took to holding tea parties (emblems of liberty and disgust with tyranny), We were called teabaggers – apparently a sexually derogatory word. Efforts by the Democrats and the Lame Stream Media to marginalize our voices were intensified; again with ridicule and disrespect.
Independents – including us at O-t-c – started out willing to give President Obama a chance to do things right. He had a historic opportunity. After all, he was the first darker-skinned President (like skin color matters at all in terms of qualifications) we’ve had in this country. He had a chance to be as transparent as he said he’d be. He could have brought in Cabinet and Czars who were centrist instead of Marxist.
But no – he sided with Marx, Lenin, Stalin and Mao – instead of with America. And America gave him his hat.
This November, we’re going to give him his coat.
And in November 2012, we’re going to kick him out of the White House and get it fumigated so that a patriot can live there instead of a man who wouldn’t know Americana or American patriotism if his life depended on it. And make no mistake – if it turns out that the patriot happens to have darker colored skin – we at O-t-c will vote for him or her. We want someone we can respect – not someone who has a politically correct hyphen.
So – go ahead, Mr. Kennedy. Belch steam and smoke as hard as you can. Try to misdirect as much as you can. We the People are on to you now. We’re awake and we’re going to see this through to the end.
And once we’ve secured our nation for ourselves and our posterity, maybe we can go to sleep again and become the sleeping giant that rises from its slumber when duty calls – as it did in 2009.
We look forward to the day we can retire this blog. That is a long ways off, but we think we see a light in the distance – a faint light, but a light nonetheless – at the end of this tunnel. And we think we can make out a sign illuminated by that light. Yes – it says, “Election 2012!”
So – once again – we see it is liberals who are so blasted focused on race. While most people we know – Independents and Conservatives, took Martin Luther King’s words seriously (content of character being the important thing), Liberals do not. Proof? Try this about Harry “The Slimey” Reid: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100109/ap_on_el_se/us_obama_reid
Could you imagine the uproar there would be if an Independent or Conservative politician said such a thing? But no. Liberals give their own a free pass. It would be laughable were the consequences not so tragic or atrocious.
We so look forward to the day when these things – race, religion, cosmology, ethnicity, gender, etc. don’t matter – when people will voluntarily give up their stupid hyphens.
Harry Reid is a fossil. We do not know if Reid is a racist by our definition. We believe he is by his own definition, however. And thus he should resign. We don’t think he will, so we rely on the good people of Nevada to do the right thing and vote him out in a landslide repudiation in November.
And while Reid may not be a racist (by our definition), we do believe he is anti-American. He is one of those who would create an Elite Government class and lord it over the rest of us. This would not be America; it would be the old Soviet Union ported over here. Well, Harry – it ain’t gonna happen. You’re going to be voted out and if there are still enough Americans in this country – people who understand American history; who believe in the American Dream; who see America primarily as a force for good – then they will vote in a Congress formed of candidates who run on the platform of undoing every bit of mischief done in 2009 and 2010 by Obama, his crones (Pelosi, Boxer and Waters) from California, and his seedy, beady eyed mortician from Nevada.
We wish we had a fraction of the talent that Ray Stevens has. We’re glad he’s on our side.
We cannot wait till November 2010, when we can wipe out as many Democrats (politically, that is) as possible.