The voters have spoken.
They’ve said they want fewer jobs in exchange for ObamaCare;
they have said the jobs lost so far—leaving 23 million unemployed are a reason to reward a President;
they have said that a man who could shed a tear for his campaign staffers, but not for his own Ambassador and three others who died in Benghazi, is a person who can understand their pain;
they have chosen a person who is envious of others’ success, narcissistic enough to take credit for it and greedy enough to take more of what others work hard for;
they have retained a man who still can’t be honest about his back ground and his friends;
they have elected a man who believes America and its government’s relationship to the individual is not exceptional, though this relationship is not replicated anywhere else;
they’ve given their support to a man who believes he knows the best and highest use of your money but you don’t;
they’ve said being identified as a person of ‘color’ is more important than being identified as an American;
they’ve said John Kennedy was wrong when he commanded we should ask ‘what we can do for our country;”
they’ve thrown their lot in with a man who believes it’s your neighbor’s job to pay your mortgage, your health insurance, your car and your student loans;
they elected a man who said the Constitution is irrelevant if it conflicts with his desire to nationalize two car companies, ignore contract law and give majority ownership to his friends;
they elected a man who gave our tax dollars to companies who then turned around and gave money back to him in campaign contributions;
they elected a man who asked reporters to keep secret a tape that shows him blasting Jews;
they elected a man who didn’t tell reporters about an act of war by Iran against our country which occurred four days before the election;
they elected a man who asked reporters to keep secret his plan to gut the military to balance the budget—that he put in the red;
they said they wanted a man who didn’t send help to our Ambassador and three others in Benghazi and then lied about it;
they thought nothing of electing a President who blamed a video for Benghazi attacked and then jailed the producer to placate our enemies;
they rehired a guy who told our enemies our plans to leave so they know when to come back;
they gave the President a vote of confidence by electing him after he made a secret deal with Russia on disarming our country;
they thought nothing of re electing a man who promised to refuse to help allies with a defense missile system;
In short, they elected a man they can relate to:
- one who doesn’t know much about our history and fundamental underpinnings,
- thinks our country and its values are disposable,
- who take for granted our security and will give up individual freedom because it’s easier and
- have learned American history at the feet of the ‘blame America firsters’ instead of those who believe this country is exceptional.
I used to start my program with this Ronald Reagan quote,
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”
Every Tea Party Patriot now knows that by heart, like they know John 3:16.
Yes, the voters have spoken. They’ve voted to cede their liberty in hopes this President will take care of it for them. They don’t realize once gone, always gone.
Worse, you voted to take our liberty away for your 30 pieces of silver.
And you’re a fool.