Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Election Day

Every two years, we Americans get to participate in our government. Beyond sending letters to our elected representatives, which they routinely ignore, or if they respond at all, is accomplished on a form letter signed by a machine, Election Day is our one shot to steer our nation’s direction for the next two, four, or six years. In this context, the concept WE THE PEOPLE is somewhat diminished, but we do live in a republic, and not a direct democracy.

Conservatives are not happy with the direction Mr. Obama has taken this country. Conservatives are not exactly pleased with the choices presented to us during the general election, either. Our concern is that ever so steadily, through small bites largely ignored by almost everyone, this country is moving steadily to the left. I believe this is part of the grand strategy of progressive communists, who now hide themselves in the cloak of the Democratic Party. I am also convinced that over many years, the lethargy of parents and the brainwashing of our children in public schools have produced exactly the kinds of citizens the communists want …

In my opinion, there is nothing American about Barack Obama. I did not understand how a relatively unknown man could emerge to become president when he had not accomplished a single thing before November 2008. D’Souza’s film didn’t inform me as much as it confirmed what I have felt since the last election began in 2007. Barack Obama is a pox upon this nation, and “we the people” placed him in charge.

“Believe me, dear Sir: there is not in the British Empire a man who more cordially loves a union with Great Britain than I do. But by the God that made me, I will cease to exist before I yield to a connection on such terms as the British Parliament propose; and in this, I think, I speak the sentiments of America.” —Thomas Jefferson, 29 November 1775.


Mr. Jefferson’s was a noble sentiment; now 237 years later, we have returned to our beginning. Our choices are freedom, or government tyranny. We must not make the mistake of assuming that the politics of Barack Obama is simply a temporary shift to the left … it is far more than that; it is dangerous in the extreme to a free society. We know how our ancestors dealt with tyranny, but the question that confronts us today, Election Day, is how shall we respond to what our government has become? Our choices are two: either we accept progressivism (communism) on bended knee, or we resist tyranny with every fiber of our being and defend that which we hold sacred.

Do your duty, America. Do the right thing for your country.

By the way, Z would like you to know she is taking Barack Obama's advice and IS voting with revenge.

—Mustang Sends


88 comments:

beamish said...

Conservatives are not happy with the direction Mr. Obama has taken this country. Conservatives are not exactly pleased with the choices presented to us during the general election, either. Our concern is that ever so steadily, through small bites largely ignored by almost everyone, this country is moving steadily to the left. I believe this is part of the grand strategy of progressive communists, who now hide themselves in the cloak of the Democratic Party.

You'll get no argument from me on this. A two-party system does not necessarily mean the Democratic Party has to be one of them.

But, it doesn't mean the Republican Party has to be one of them either.

And, I wouldn't (and can't) put all the blame upon the Democratic Party. Mitt Romney's Free and Strong America PAC (aka the Tea Party "movement") has infused Congress with all manner of ineffectual pushovers and in some cases, absolute left wing twits (Michelle Bachmann, for example)

The House of Representatives is tasked by our Constitution to appropriate funds - they ARE the purse strings. Any argument about Obama's spending must look at who authorized the money to be spent, and we find the Tea Party "movement" controlled House since 2010 has enabled Obama to run up deficits higher than even Nancy Pelosi's Democrats did.

Then there's the GOP shenanigans in the primaries, breaking their own primary delegate allocation rules (re: Florida, for example) and the $2 million a day Romney, Inc. spent smearing Newt Gingrich, author of the Contract with America (1994) and Reagan's two election platforms as a "progressive socialist" - an epithet that fits Romney completely better than it would the conservative Gingrich, and I dare say the "progressive leftist" moniker fits Romney even better than it does Obama.

Obama's parents were dime a dozen hippy-dippy activists who at least had the courtesy to go inflict their whackadoo ideology on non-Americans.

Romney's parents either ran Michigan into the ground as Governor or ran for the Senate seeking to legalize abortion 3 years before Roe v. Wade. As far as leftist credentials go, Romney was on a faster track well before he unilaterally issued 189 gay marriage licenses or set up Planned Parenthood to provide taxpayer subsidized $50 co-pay abortions.

It is my estimation that a Romney victory would do far much more damage to conservatism in America over the next decade or so than four more years of Obama. I *DON'T* want to give a "mandate" to further smears of conservatism by leftists like Romney. Therefore, I am not voting for Romney. If conservatives were serious this year, Romney wouldn't be the GOP candidate. Period.

Call me crazy, but Obama's 2nd term will be the best thing conservatism could hope for. We're going to see an explosion of conservatism activism on a variety of fronts over the next four years of Obama that simply will not happen under the founding father of gay marriage and a potential second term for Romney and then Comrade Ryan takes his turn. We're looking at up to 16 more years before conservatives can forward a national agenda.

Or four.

I can wait four.



Always On Watch said...

I know a lot of people who frequent this site are angry with Beamish because of his position on this election.

I'm not angry with him. I do understand what he is saying. As the saying goes, "Been there, done that."

In fact, I felt the same way about George H.W. Bush, a "one worlder" if there ever was one in the GOP. So, like many other conservatives whom I know, I voted for Ross Perot.

Go ahead. Laugh. But that's how I voted in 1992.

We got Bill Clinton for 8 years, and his administration laid part of the foundation for the economic crash that we're still suffering through right now.

Would the GOP candidates in 1992 and 1996 have done any better had they been elected? I don't know. Neither does anyone else, really.

But as a result of 1992 and 1996, I've decided never to vote for the 3rd party candidate again.

Today, I cannot vote for Barack Hussein Obama. I view him as a plague and a curse upon America. In fact, I view him as a traitor and a Trojan Horse.

How much better is Romney? A helluva lot better than Obama, IMO.

I recall the reservations that a lot of conservatives had about Reagan back in 1980. Hell, even John Wayne wouldn't endorse Reagan -- and that lack of endorsement was a surprise as Wayne was such a GOP man. I certainly didn't like everything that Reagan did, but he was a helluva lot better than Jimmy Peanut, who, until BHO, was the worst President of my lifetime.

It is my belief that Romney, if elected (I think that this will be a Romney-Ryan landslide), will govern more conservatively than we might estimate based on his political past.

And I do know this: Romney is a capitalist; Obama is all about redistributing the wealth, thereby turning America into a 3rd world country. Obama's coming EPA regulations and clamp down on First Amendment right would ruin America for a long time -- perhaps forever.

Z would like you to know she is taking Barack Obama's advice and IS voting with revenge.

In a little while, Mr. AOW and I will be in line at the polls. Yep, we are Z would like you to know she is taking Barack Obama's advice and IS voting with revenge!

PS: I'm not sure that America CAN return to conservatism as Beamish has posited. The legacy of FDR has poisoned the well.

beamish said...

I'm just in the awkward position of trying to find a way to get Obama out of the White House without putting Romney in it.

I haven't been this eager to vote for the Libertarian Party Presidential candidate since 1996.

beamish said...

PS: I'm not sure that America CAN return to conservatism as Beamish has posited. The legacy of FDR has poisoned the well.

So, why bother trying? Is that it?

America will never return to conservatism if we keep settling for anything but conservatism.

Robert Sinclair said...

With the possible exception of Samuel Adams, no one wanted to fight a war with Great Britain in 1776; some things are inevitable, however, and so I think most of our ancestors simply accepted an unhappy fact and got on with it. Nor did these stout men win the Revolution in a few short years. I think the idea began to form after the end of the French and Indian Wars, c. 1763. For many of us, I think the idea continues … because many of us believe we must always defend our founding principles and the document upon which we founded this nation.

How long did it take to resolve the one-hundred years war? Why, 100 years … of course. So it may take more than 4 more years of Obama to return us to our conservative foundations. The war continues. Beamish may be able to wait another four years; I’m not sure American can afford it, though.

Always On Watch said...

Beamish,
PS: I'm not sure that America CAN return to conservatism as Beamish has posited. The legacy of FDR has poisoned the well.

So, why bother trying? Is that it?


I don't mean that at all!

But I believe that academia and media, as well as other elements, have successfully brainwashed so many people over the past several decades. By brainwashing, I mean, of course, brainwashed to think along the lines of Leftism. Their brains have been imprinted! Imprinted to the point that it is quite possible that nothing will undo that imprint, which has been pushed since at least the days of FDR.

If I'm correct about that a second-term Obama will do, then there will indeed be no point in trying.

I'm just in the awkward position of trying to find a way to get Obama out of the White House without putting Romney in it.

I get it. I really do.

So, Beamish, vote your conscience. It's your call. No snark there. I mean it.

At least you'll have the satisfaction that "your guy" isn't in the White House on January 21, 2013. I do know about that kind of satisfaction.

Always On Watch said...

Beamish (and others),
You might find THIS of interest.

Constitutional Insurgent said...

AOW - That was an interesting piece, a good read. Much of that resonates with Libertarianism, as the decline of this nation in the many aspects noted, has been a community effort. One could reasonably ask, if both parties conspired and contributed to where we currently find ourselves, why would one or either of those parties be the salvation for what ails us?

Anonymous said...

I know a lot of people who frequent this site are angry with Beamish because of his position on this election. I'm not angry with him.

Ditto. Perhaps, like charity, integrity too begins at home.

Always On Watch said...

CI,
In my view, the two-party system is a debacle of its own.

I do wonder if America has "lost the plot" about what responsible voting entails.

Silverfiddle said...

Why would anyone be angry with Beamish?

I love his comedy stylings.

Always On Watch said...

CI,
BTW, Beamish and I go back a few years. I consider him a friend.

Beamish and I might not always agree, but sometimes that's the case with friends.

Truth be told, when I was younger, I was much like Beamish. I calmed down as I aged. Well, calmed down somewhat so as to take care of my health.

conservativesonfire said...

"Our choices are freedom, or government tyranny."

Oh how I wish that were true. In my opinion, our choice is between tyranny and less tyranny. It will take years to get back to freedom, if we ever do.

Liberalmann said...

When Obama wins you might want to watch this and thank your lucky stars:

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/11/05/maddow-reviews-accomplishments-of-obamas-historic-presidency/

Anonymous said...

The ravings of unhinged minds can be entertaining, if you like things like dog fights and bear baiting. I find this sort of thing depressing. That Ducky person's 'bitch till you win' stuff is pretty funny sometimes, but it's perverse and really asinine to support anyone who will wind up giving us less of a chance to get rid of the president we have now.

You don't have to love Romney, but if you don't support him, you might as well say that you do love Obama.

Helen Highwater

Ed Bonderenka said...

Buying fireworks on way home tonight.
Then Voting, and waiting.

cube said...

It's broken glass time. IMO Romney will be much better than BO. We can and will hold Romney's feet to the fire if we have to, but there's not much we can do to stop a lame duck Obama.

JonBerg said...

AOW said...........

"In fact, I felt the same way about George H.W. Bush, a "one worlder" if there ever was one in the GOP. So, like many other conservatives whom I know, I voted for Ross Perot."

So did I and I've regretted it ever since. NUFF SAID!

Ed Bonderenka said...

What Beamish (et al) are calling for is a Cloward-Pivens crash that will not result in anything remotely Constitutional.

Anonymous said...

I voted in my second Presidential election. The line wasn't as big as last time.

We have very important propositions on the ballot in CA regarding tax increases. Hopefully those won't pass.

FrogBurger

Scotty said...

First time since 1998 that I had to wait in line to vote here in Florida. It was about half hour wait.

I'm tickled to see so many people come out and vote for a change!

And yep, as usual I had to show an ID imagine that. The other folks had no problem with doing so either.

Anonymous said...

I already voted three times for Obama, and I had to show a picture ID each time. No problem. The committee that organized us Workers for Peace, Freedom and Equality had ten different picture ID cards made up for each of us. And there so nice there driving us all over the state in a bus and feeding us real good too. We each is getting paid a hundred bucks to work for the cause. I'm so proud of the way we're beating the oppressive system made up by those stinkin old white men. Well gotta get back to the bus. We's got lots of work to do before the day is over. Nobody's gonna report us if they catch us, because being a racist is worse than being a rapist now, and nobody wants to be called that. Oh we'd gettin lots of help from the stablishment. You wouldn't believe. They's all afraid of us see. An thats just the way it should be.

Goodman Schwerner Jones III

Darth Bacon said...

Anonyschmuvk. Go for it, I wouldn't put anything past you Goofballs

Louis H. said...

Well gotta get back to the bus

If you voted conservative, you wouldn't have to sit in the back of the bus.

Liberalmann said...

Ed Bonderenka said...

Buying fireworks on way home tonight.
Then Voting, and waiting.

...
That's good. I'm sure they'll keep until the 4th of July after Obama wins tonight.

Anonymous said...

No matter who wins tonight, Liberal man will still be a communist POS.

Anonymous said...

From Z at work:

Beamish...'good'? You DO understand that we'll have a very leftwing SCOTUS for the rest of our lives, right? Great win for the conservatives? get real.

AOW and beamish...let's get Romney in, SLOW THE DEATH OF AMERICA DOWN BY A FEW YEAR and, in the meantime, get the conservatives to get a message people understand and save this country. I think it's worth it.
Can we do that with the jerk in power? Of course not....we MUST get Obama out and THEN WORK HARD.
I believe someone like Ryan will do that...along with Rubio and the other Young Turks...I really do.
These are young men with young families and they're not going to put up with a milquetoast conservative president...no way.

Darth, I think "Anonyshmuck" is tongue-in-cheek. Read it again :-)


Louis..EXCELLENT comment! BRAVO!

z

Anonymous said...

ANONYMOUS...just saw your comment.

amentothat.

z

Brooke said...

Z, I'm glad you voted with fangs... And with love of this country!

I hope this time tomorrow we'll have good news, indeed!

Constitutional Insurgent said...

Z - "AOW and beamish...let's get Romney in, SLOW THE DEATH OF AMERICA DOWN BY A FEW YEAR and, in the meantime, get the conservatives to get a message people understand and save this country."

Do you really think that the GOP will rediscover Conservatism, when they have failed to previously.....and they see a validation of a candidate like Romney with a win tonight?

Bob said...

Oh, good grief, beamish. Michelle may be a twit, but she is not left-wing. She is left-over.

All that other stuff you said is wrong, too.

Anonymous said...

Not sure I understand the logic of purposely throwing an election which ultimately could consign our children, and theirs, to the tyranny of progressive socialist government. Not very smart, and not very patriotic.

~Louie

beamish said...

What Beamish (et al) are calling for is a Cloward-Pivens crash that will not result in anything remotely Constitutional.

Says the champion of Medicare.

beamish said...

You don't have to love Romney, but if you don't support him, you might as well say that you do love Obama.

Among all the dark clouds of an Obama victory, there is the silver lining that it keeps Romney out of the White House. You don't have to love Obama, but at least he'll keep forcing Romney's pet leftist causes down your throat.

beamish said...

Beamish...'good'? You DO understand that we'll have a very leftwing SCOTUS for the rest of our lives, right? Great win for the conservatives? get real.

No, we'll a have a more left-wing SCOTUS for the rest of THEIR lives. That's how it works. ;)

With luck, we'll get no one more left-wing than Justice Roberts of upholding national Romneycare infamy.

Can't say you'll find any conservatives in Romney's Massachusetts judicial appointments. And given that the far-left Tea Party "movement" is near-violently opposed to Republicans taking back the Senate, the best you could hope for in a Romney Presidency is Democrats opposing his own gay activist left-wing appointments "just because he's a Republican."

beamish said...

Oh, good grief, beamish. Michelle may be a twit, but she is not left-wing. She is left-over.

She came out of the 1960s a Jimmy Carter cheerleader. She PRAISED Obama's agriculture policies for controlling Minnesota commodity prices.

Um, leftist.

Anonymous said...

One More Chance

Anonymous said...

From SomeOne Who Knows

Anonymous said...

Don't Like It The Day After-Look This Way

Z said...

beamish...I don't care.
You go your no-nuanced way and hate everything around you... I'm just sorry you don't seem to have enough bloggers at your place (you are open again, right?) so we can just skip over your comments with less guilt for not engaging you back.

thanks

Anonymous said...

"I hear people talking about how things will change with the November elections in 2012, these guys are not fools. They know what's going to happen in November if they allow us to vote. They have two options -- not hold elections, or rig them."
"Nothing will work to stop them. Not the Tea Parties, not elections, it's not going to work."
"In the Soviet Union, to get into a college you had to pass a test on how to help spread communism around the world. "Obama and his team are doing it exactly by the book. Of course, they're doing some modifications to the tactics, but the foundation is exactly the same. It is going to be blood in the streets at some point. They will do it."

Read The Links above

beamish said...

beamish...I don't care.
You go your no-nuanced way and hate everything around you...


Nuance? Is that what you call rooting for the founding father of gay marriage to stop the Apocalypse?

I'm just sorry you don't seem to have enough bloggers at your place (you are open again, right?) so we can just skip over your comments with less guilt for not engaging you back.

I'm sorry your life depends so much on the skin color of the leftist in the White House.

Anonymous said...

If you voted straight ticket, and did not go back to the top and review the selections--you would have saw Obama selected. That was reported in Texas at the majority of the polling places.

Z said...

thanks for that, Beamish....now I can just tell you I think you are one VERY sick puppy. You are too young and immature and hateful to understand, but trust me, you need HELP.

God bless you........get help.

Ducky's here said...

Cautiously optimistic. Dems seem to have a lock on the senate.

beamish said...

thanks for that, Beamish....now I can just tell you I think you are one VERY sick puppy. You are too young and immature and hateful to understand, but trust me, you need HELP.

No, my message has been the same all the years you've known me, without deviation.

You're the sicko. "Conservatives, throw away your principles and vote for Romney or America will DIE!"

Nah. I'd rather die for something than stand for nothing, that's all.

beamish said...

Anyway, Z, what's up with you leftists always suggesting people who disagree with you need psychological counseling? I need help?

This isn't the Soviet Union, dear.

beamish said...

Cautiously optimistic. Dems seem to have a lock on the senate.

Hmm. If Romney wins the Oval Office (please God no) I wonder if he'll work with Harry Reid to turn Independence, MO into a powerhouse of magic underwear manufacturing.

Z said...

Ducky, and the Reps have a lock on the Congress, of course. And America will never be the same again because Obama WILL win; congratulations.

Beamish, no...I have never suggested that at all; but, in your case...it's pretty obvious something's really wrong.
I wish you well

Ducky's here said...

It's Obama.

I love the smell of napalm in the morning.

Jan said...

Mourn for America.

Say goodbye to everything we hold dear.

I can't believe anyone with any morals at all could have voted for him.

God help us all.

Jan said...

Whoa..now, they're saying they called it too early!

How are they allowed to do that??

Could anyone tell me, please?

Z said...

Jan,we will never recover and we will never be America again because Obama will see to it.

But, imagine if he Dems had lost? There would have been lawsuits until the end of time; New Yorkers and New Jerseyans would have sued for not getting to vote (Forget that they don't realize their hero is who's got them freezing cold with no formula for their babies and no juice for their precious cell phones...boy, they have their priorities straight, huh? :=) Formula, good....but they're complaining about cell phones?

Meanwhile, they showed a poor woman who lived on the tenth floor of a tenement in New Jersey...poor as you can be, but she had her flat screen wide screen TV.

Obama know their priorities and it's all about THINGS THEY GET FOR FREE. And the left lied and the media hid the truth and we lost..but America lost the worst.

it's a sad day for us.............and the end of a wonderful era of American ingenuity and self reliance..they FINALLY won the indoctrination process.

Here's good news though: it's tight in nearly every state; I'm stunned. And gratified.

God bless our poor country; I believe He's bringing us to our knees for a reason...perhaps we can rebuild, perhaps there is simply no need.

Anonymous said...

When you're down and out, lift up your head and shout

SHIT!

Ducky's here said...

Well z, he was beatable. Shouldn't have been this close.

Who lost? The Tea Party. They were the reason that Romney didn't win with ease.

Notice that the two rape goon rethugs lost the senate races in Missouri and even Indiana?
The Republican party is going to retrench and try to figure out how to purge the freaks.

Who lost tonight? The Tea Party.

Anonymous said...

If it is confirmed it is over for america. It reminds me when Mitterrand was reelected despite poor results. And we know the state of France now.

Very sad but it is what it is.

Ducky, please spare comments like these. Napalm is a horrible thing, psychopath ahole.

Frogburger

Ducky's here said...

Not an "Apocalypse Now" fan, hey Froggie?

Baggers got their butts kicked tonight.

Anonymous said...

You alluded to vietnam and not the movie jerk. And your analysis is wrong. Otherwise the house would have changed and obama would have won more votes. The popular vote is not on his side. You think you are smart but honestly you are just a dumb old fart

Frogburger

Liberalmann said...

Phew! America is once again safe from the liars, haters and fear mongering ideologues who bet against average Americans, their neighbors, even
their own family members. They lost becasue they'd rather revel in their cocoon of animosity for those not exactly like them rather than show the strength of understanding and tolerance. And they ain't real smart,
either, lol!

Chuck Todd: Republican Party 'Has Some Serious Soul-Searching To Do' (VIDEO)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/06/chuck-todd-republican-minorities_n_2085250.html

Jan said...

Z, you're right about everything you said.

In my opinion, anyone who can vote for a man who voted to alloiw babies who survive abortion to die without benefit of anything but the surroundings of a dirty utility room, is a reprobate, himself.

How they can call this man, "good" is something that I will never understand.

He has divided our country in a way that nothing, or no one, has ever done before.

If we thought the last four years were bad, the next four will be a nightmare...or how ever many he will get after he changes the Constitution to assure that he never has to run for the Presidency, again.

I hope that all the people who voted for him, and the ones who chose not to vote just because they didn't like the other candidate will be able to live with themselves when they begin to see our country totally destroyed.

Anyone who truly loved this country, and its People, could never have voted for him a second time.

With this new vote of confidance, he will stop at nothing...and nothing can stop him, now.

Anonymous said...

Liberalmann you are just a piece of shit.

As a Conservative who has been voluteering for homeless people, what you're saying is disgusting.
I usually don't mention it because I am not a saint.

But I am angry because of people like you who give us the wrong intentions.

You're a piece of garbage. I would punch you in the face if you were saying that I don't care about my neighbors of my family in front of me.

FrogBurger

FrogBurger

Ducky's here said...

He has divided our country in a way that nothing, or no one, has ever done before.

------
No Jan, you and the other fundamentalist zealots have divided us.

The purge starts tomorrow. Enough is enough.

Anonymous said...

Ducky, this is a divided country and the fault does not lay just on one side. Comments by liberalmann giving people like me the wrong intentions when actions prove otherwise are what divide us. As much as i really dislike you i would never say you don't care about your neighbors or family. All this despite your aholish napalm comment.

Frogburger

beamish said...

Beamish, no...I have never suggested that at all; but, in your case...it's pretty obvious something's really wrong.

Says the supporter of taxpayer subsidized $50 co-pay abortions.

I wish you well

I'm fine. More than fine. Perfect, actually.

Do be a good sport when I tease you about your next Kenyan birth certificate post.

Ducky's here said...

Gay marriage upheld in Maryland, Maine and Minnesota.

It just gets worse, Jan.

Jan said...

Ducky, the purge starts tomorrow??

You could be right about that, unfortunately.

I'm not a Fundamental zealot, I just don't happen to share your misguided idea of right and wrong, and common decency.

I don't believe in murdering babies, or same sex marriage, or a myriad of other things that you, and your ilk seem to delight in, but I don't care how much you like it, as long as I'm not forced to accept it whether I like it, or not....which is what has happened over the past four years.

And as far as our country being divided, it has become much worse since he has become President...it is not only racially divided, but he has used class warfare to further divide us.

He said that he wanted to be the President of all the people, but that turned out to be so far from the truth, and if you had any integrity in you, at all, you would admit it.

Please don't bother replying to this comment with more of your hateful vitriol, because I have no intention of ever interacting with you, again.

You're pathetic.

Z said...

no, Ducky...not the Tea Party; they didn't divide anything. As you know, they've been pretty silent throughout this whole campaign. That was obvious from the "Where is the tea party?"

They went very far in 2010 and they'll do it again.

You won't lose like we will from Obama's reelection because you don't see the troubles ahead; you don't have the same sensibilities that we do, nor do you have the ability to see when indecency reigns, when indoctrination has won over teaching people to THINK, when a media lies so badly...
You heard blatant lies from Obama and yet you'd promote him. That's your loss, not ours.

it's what happens in the soul, not in an election that matters
Congratulations...

Anonymous said...

Any president who says one needs to vote for revenge cannot be a uniter. Even a french socialist would not behave that way towards the french right.

Frogburger

Mark said...

Z, I haven't blogged for a while. I have been posting my opinions on Facebook instead lately. You may follow me on Facebook if you like, but, unfortunately, if you do, you'll have to reveal your true identity, or, at least a Facebook persona.

I did post a couple of blog entries in the last few days.

At this writing, it has been conformed that America lost and Obama and the media have won.

Don't fret.

He will hang himself. 4 years is a long time to continue to fool the American people, and still accomplish his lofty goal of transforming America into a Socialist/Islamic state.

And by the way, please enable word verification. The spam being posted to your blog is blowing up my e-mail. Thanks.

Z said...

Mark, I don't do Facebook and I won't put word verification back on....what happens to your email? Maybe don't allow the comments to come to your email...I don't.

FB..well said

Marine4ever said...

@ Duck -- "The purge starts tomorrow."

For the first time, your comment above is dead on.

Welcome to the United Socialist States of Amerika.

beamish said...

It's my fault Obama won, y'all.

I forgot to throw away my conservative principles at the last minute.

Always On Watch said...

Jan,
With this new vote of confidance, he will stop at nothing...and nothing can stop him, now.

That's where we are, all right.

Demagoguery has triumphed.

I'm listening to Obama's concession speech right now. Sheesh. Listen between the lines. He's laying out the statism of entitlements and immigration reform.

Elmers Brother said...

Its because we understand the nature of a man Z. We're bent on disobedience not the other way around.

beakerkin said...

Z

Some notes

The great gas masked patriot has a point about the members of the Tea Party in congress talking about pork and failing to deliver.

The reason Romney lost had little to do with Beamish, but plenty to do with us. We should have been screaming about the economy and Obama's failed leadership.

In the next few weeks expect massive layoffs. Four more years of suffering is a bit much. I am kind of looking forward to finding out exactly what the media hid after he leaves office.

In 2014 some Democrats will position themselves as critics. If Hillary were younger I would look for her resignation.

Elmers Brother said...

The creator stands on his own judgment; the parasite follows the opinions of others.
The creator thinks; the parasite copies.
The creator produces; the parasite loots.
The creator's concern is the conquest of nature; the parasite's concern is the conquest of men.
The creator requires independence, he neither serves nor rules. He deals with men by free exchange and voluntary choice.
The parasite seeks power. He wants to bind all men together in common action and common slavery. He claims that man is only a tool for the use of others -- that he must think as they think, act as they act, and live in selfless, joyless servitude to any need but his own

Z said...

beamish,you're right; it IS people like you who gave us Obama again, no doubt about it....at least you helped.
You were too wrapped up in your ridiculous and unfounded name calling and making absolutely sure your ego was assuaged by winning; at the cost of America.

You knew mature adults had two choices if we were ever going to pull America out of this debt; we needed a businessman. Your vote gave us a jerk who's already sunk us into trillions of debt and has BIG plans for more.

Congratulations.

Anonymous said...

In the next few weeks expect massive layoffs.

Yup and you know how they will answer those? By saying businesses are evil. Then the next step will be to pass regulations and laws to prevent layoffs like in France. The statists always have to hide their incompetence.

It's pretty sad.

Z, I'm not sure it's the fault of people like Beamish. Demographics have changed. More women, more single, more urban, more hispanics, more black.

Personally I think it's over. The only way for the GOP is to become like a European right wing party that will buy into statism more or less and make promises.

So it is over at the end.

FrogBurger

Darth Bacon said...

You libs are going to be sorry as hell that you got what you asked for when your taxes sky rocket next year, so lots of luck to us all. We are ALL going to need it.

Darth Bacon said...

Amen

Darth Bacon said...

My wife and I happen to be in a homeless situation right now and that FREAKEN. Idiot. Chris. Mathews said he's glad that the hurricane happened.

I hope he goes directly to Hell.

Mark said...

Z, what happens to my e-mail? Only about a hundred anonymous spam comments a day. How do I stop them without stopping the legitimate commenters?

JonBerg said...

DB said............

"libs are going to be sorry as hell that you got what you asked for when your taxes sky rocket next year"

OK, maybe some but what of the many who, not only, don't pay taxes but do nothing but 'suck' off of those who do? I submit that we have way too many of the latter!

Darth Bacon said...

Good point Jonberg

Z said...

Darth, forgive me for not saying what I thought when I read your comment...I wish you the best with your home situation. I AM SO SORRRY!

Mark.....I think that's only the case if you're getting emails to your email inbox; I don't. Except I do NOW that I'm on my husband's laptop and forgot to have my computer expert block spam, etc...seventy-eight today when I got home from work and most were spam comments to various of my old posts!

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