So the Senate GOP thinks that the rise of conservatism in the United States is a cool thing for them. They look forward to all the perks; bigger office spaces, nice committee chairs, all the networks finally coming to them for statements instead of Reid and Pelosi.*
Nice gig if you can get it.
Somehow now the GOP leaders seem to be thinking that this was somehow all pre-ordained; that they should take over leadership of Congress, at least that’s the way it looks.
Not only are they dismissive of the “TEA Party” people who, fed up with the excesses of the new Obama regime, revolted and organized a complete new effort from scratch, yet somehow they don’t think those same fed up people noticed that the GOP was itself complicit in the excesses.
Now we are at the eve of putting the “FIRED” stamp on all those we could on both sides of the isle who were complicit in this mess, and the Democrats are understandably upset and attempting to demonize those in the movement who are threatening their power. So too are the Republicans, who see the conservative activists in the same light as do the Democrats.
They both see us as “Destructive” to their power, and are lashing out against the same activists who are at the brink of putting them back in power.
Well, they may in fact be right, if the status quo is what they want to preserve.
There was a time in this nation when the Constitution was considered “radical”, and we may even be considered “traitors” if by “traitor” you meant you wanted to throw off the power of the King of England.
The people in power today on both side of the isle are today viewing us in that same way; because we want to preserve and protect out Constitution, we are labeled “radical” and “destructive”. Isn’t bi-partisanship wonderful?
Over 220 years have passed since the radical concept of the US Constitution, and you’d think by now our elected representatives would be able to pay it more than lip service?
On Tuesday next week, one side of the isle will be getting a wakeup call. If the other side needs one as well, I’m sure we’ll be happy to oblige in the months that follow.
I, for one, am happy to be a Constitutional Radical, and if that makes me a traitor in their eyes, so be it.
We are a nation founded by traitors committing treason against an oppressive government. It is good to find a growing movement of people, whose duty it is to control the Federal Government (not the other way around) rallying toward a message of liberty and freedom; rallying toward the support of the radical U.S. Constitution. Orwell’s words** should be considered every time we listen to the news or read the press for truly in times of universal deceit the truth really is revolutionary.
*What they don’t get is the networks will never approach them with anything but a leftist agenda, and they really don’t care what any Republican thinks.
**”During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.”