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Bill

Monday, May 7, 2012

RANT ON – VOTING FOR OBAMA TO TEACH THE REPUBLICANS A LESSON


Gun Blogger Borepatch has endorsed Obama.  He’s afraid of Romney, feels like the Republicans aren’t listening – time to teach them a lesson.  The thing his post implies is that this has not been tried before – sadly Obama makes the 3rd time folks like BorePatch embarked on a mission to teach the Republicans a lesson in my political lifetime.

My first experience was Carter. Gerald ford couldn’t drive a golf ball straight you know, he was from the Washington crowd – frankly, the Republicans in DC just weren’t listening. What better lesson to send that a “nice”, quiet spoken governor from Georgia?? Never mind those little incidents that followed later – Iran’s Islamic revolution, the Arab oil embargo, purchasing gas only on odd or even days, 17% inflation rate, a decimated military, fireside chats in cardigans as we were all asked to turn our thermostats down to a government approved 68 – we taught those damn Republicans a lesson.

My second experience was Clinton – TWICE FOR F*#@KS SAKE!!!!. Nothing to see here either, “booming economy” (thanks to Reagan), little things like the Cole, Kenya, World Trade Center I, Somalia and Blackhawk Down with a military so neutered we had to tow the landing craft off the beaches as we retreated, the crash of March 1999 as Clinton attacked the largest software company in the world in an attempt to break it up, passing on sending Osama off to his 72 virgins, and finally the moral deprivation of a President unable to stop himself from utilizing an intern’s vagina for his own personal humidor. Yep, we sure taught those Damn Republicans a lesson – by subjecting the country to two terms of Clinton.

(WRAPPING MY EXPLODING HEAD WITH AN ENTIRE ROLL OF DUCT TAPE JUST TO GET THROUGH THIS RECAP OF TEACHING THOSE DAMN REPUBLICANS A LESSON)

My current experience in this whole process – the Obama administration. Honest to god – where to start? The destruction of our reputation over seas (if you screw with us the fires of hell will rain down on you to bowing low enough to give every major world leader a quick blow job), the systematic destruction of our military capabilities and the continued reduction of forces in active war zones – endangering every soldier on the ground, the enslavement of our children as their tax burden becomes equal to their income, the utter destruction of the best healthcare system in the world that will lead to a closing of 30% plus of all hospitals and the early retirement of up to 40% of all doctors, the systematic destruction of the oil industry to be replaced by an utterly failed policy of alternative energy sources, the broad attack on America’s core job producers – small business through outrageous tax policy and a draconian IRS collection, an ongoing attack on the “rich” who are paying 70% of the tab (top 10% of wage earners) while 49.7% PAY NO F&#*!&G taxes at all . . . . . . . WE SURE SHOWED THOSE DAMN REPUBLICANS BY VOTING FOR THE ‘CLEAN, ARTICULATE BLACK MAN’ SPOUTING “HOPE AND CHANGE” OUT HIS A$$.
I HAVE A GREAT F&$@ING IDEA – LET’S DO IT AGAIN!!!

For those who are all smug and self righteous in their belief that re-electing Obama will teach the Republicans a lesson – I would simply ask you to let go the hate: your hate of America, your hate of those who have succeeded, your hate of those risking all in an attempt to succeed at their personal dream, your disgust of your own children and grandchildren, your hate of your neighbor, your doctor, your banker, your car salesman, your college graduate . . . . . . . that you NOT TURN YOUR BACK ON AMERICA AS IT TEETERS ON THE EDGE OF DECADES AND DECADES AND DECADES OF DECLINE . . . . . and simply vote ABO – Anyone But Obama.

Were there a poodle with massive diarrhea on the national Presidential ballot as the Republican vs the current Marxist that occupies the Whitehouse . . . the poodle could be assured of my enthusiastic support!

So, with all due respect to Borepatch – I disagree.

RANT OFF.

5 comments:

  1. Amen.

    The conservatives tried to teach Republicans a lesson in 2006 and 2008. Didn't work. Know what taught them a lesson. Getting primaried and losing. Vote the TEA party candidates in the primary if you have one, and start one if you don't.

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  2. Replacement of local officials, state Representatives and Senators - that is the real path to change of the Republican party. Look at poor old Lamar - and old dog chewing on his last bone. If we could send another 65 freshmen in 2012 like we did in 2010 - that will change the Republican party, that will change Washington . . . . not 4 more years of Obama . . . that's simply a death sentence for the America I grew up in.

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  3. I felt you were holding back with this post.

    :)

    I could never, ever vote for Obama.

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  4. I'll write in Sarah Palin before I ever come close to the area of paper associated with Obummer. I carte blanche voted for the entire Re-pube-lickin party last time. This time...I'm just flat out disgusted with both parties. Tea Party, maybe. Sarah Palin, maybe. Skip voting altogether and move to Canada....hmmmm....maybe.

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  5. I just found this post, so sorry for the very delayed reply.

    I would like to point out that my post doesn't advocate voting for Obama to "teach the Republicans a lesson". Rather, it's an analysis of what the current primary change agent is today (the loosely organized Tea Party) and what is most likely to keep that momentum energized.

    I could very well be wrong on this, that that was my argument, not "teach the GOP a lesson".

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