A Declaration Of War Against Liberal America

Posted on Tue 10/27/2009 by


In yesterday’s article, we pointed out how for years liberals have led an all-out assualt against everything that is right about America, and have relentlessly attacked the very principles that this country was founded upon.

And how, for the most part, average everyday conservatives have left the battle to the likes of Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, et al.

I have some really bad news for you socialist left wing traitors.

The free ride is over.

Because the years of effort you have put forth trying to tear down this country and everything that it stands for can best be summed up in a phrase attributed to a Japanese military leader:

I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.”

History is vague as to if those words were actually spoken by Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, but I would be hard-pressed to find a phrase more appropriate.

Those sentiments were echoed by Nancy Snyder, a woman from Philipsburg Pennsylvania who has the following to say at a town hall health care meeting:

“They did it for prayer, they did it for abortion, and they’re not going to do it for our health care,”
“We’re not standing back this time,”

People, that is not an “Astroturfer” or a “Nazi” saying those words, that is a patriotic American who is sick to death of letting liberals run amok in America.

Rather than being an “organized mob” the folks who call themselves members of the Tea Party Patriots are simply average, working-class Americans who are demanding honesty and accountability from their elected officials.

That troubles the leftists because honesty and accountability are concepts that are foreign to their way of thinking.

You did not expect to hear our voices raised when you slapped us with “stimulus” packages in the hundreds of billions of dollars, “bailouts” of banks and car companies which were no more than your first socialistic steps towards taking control of American industries.
Now you want to do something similar by limiting executive salaries.

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