Wednesday, January 20, 2010

How Do You Like Us Now...

You said it didn’t matter in West Virginia. You said it wasn’t that big a deal in New Jersey. You wouldn’t listen during last summer’s town hall meetings. You said they were just a loud, insignificant, bunch of racist tea-baggers who nobody’s paying attention to anyway.

You did your best to downplay the tea-party rallies that began springing up all across the nation. When a million-plus converged in Washington, you said it was just a, Fox News generated fad. One that will soon pass.

Last night, The American people said in one, crystal-clear, united, voice. We’ve had enough.

We’ve had enough of the lies. We’ve had enough of the corruption, bribes, and special backroom deals that have become the norm for the, Obama administration. And we’ve had enough of your socialism. This is America. Not Europe.

So… How do you like us now?

How do you like the fact that those ignorant, tea-baggers have fired the first shot of the second American Revolution from the same place the first one started? Kind of fitting, if you ask me.

One last thought: I’ve listened to you guys say this for the last year and thought it was only fitting to include it in my own thoughts today.

We won. Get over it…

Kevin McGinty


  1. And now it's on to November to really put a dent into the far left majorities in D.C. It would not surprise me for them to make a desparate attempt to use arcane rules in Congress to try and ram thru health care, cap & trade, as well as energy policies that would micro manage energy use by consumers.

  2. This'll be when we're going to find the difference between the politicians and the left-wing radicals.

    The true politician will understand that in order to save his or her own sorry hide, they'll back away from the Obama administration. They'll start trying to distance themselves from the enternal meltdown their party's now experiencing.

    The radical on the other hand, will continue to shove bills through congress because, well, that's what they do.

    Anyway, Hawk, 2010's already shaping up to be a good year...

  3. Sorry I'm so slow in responding, Kevin. I've been very worn out. And it's not the weed. Never smoked weed, in fact. Just really busy with Tessa and also low on energy for some damn reason. Going to bed. I'll try to be ready for tomorrow.

  4. Hang in there, Fred. Come on back whenyou're up to it...


  6. There ya go.

    Good to hear from you, Jason, it's been a while...