Thursday, May 11, 2006

All Your Base Are Sick Of Your Bullshit

Haven't done much blogging lately. Too busy and too depressed. Work is insane and I've had some health news that isn't too good. And now with the situation on our borders and our so called leaders running amok through the national treasury ... well I've about had it.

Peggy Noonan had an excellent article today in the Wall Street Journal that mirrors my own feelings. I no longer consider myself a Republican (I'll be changing my party affiliation to Independent soon). These simpering fools have forgotten why they were elected in the first place and the conservative electorate needs to send them a message in the form of a pink slip.

Get your ass out of Washington.

"Republicans inside and outside Washington are right when they say Republican leaders take a daily pounding in the press. They do. They're right when they say this causes attrition. It does."

I don't care what the press says, I don't rely on the MSM for information; haven't done so in over twenty years. If you're relying on the press to get re-elected then you've already lost.

"But it's also true that the administration and the Congress are losing their base, and it isn't because of the media. Republicans on the ground love to defy the MSM. When the media dislike their guy, they take it as proof their guy is good."

No, don't blame the media, we don't use it. You've done this all on your own. Your base hasn't moved. You have.

"The Republicans talk about cutting spending, but they increase it--a lot. They stand for making government smaller, but they keep making it bigger. They say they're concerned about our borders, but they're not securing them. And they seem to think we're slobs for worrying."


"Republicans used to be sober and tough about foreign policy, but now they're sort of romantic and full of emotionalism. They talk about cutting taxes, and they have, but the cuts are provisional, temporary. Beyond that, there's something creepy about increasing spending so much and not paying the price right away but instead rolling it over and on to our kids, and their kids."

And it will be our kids who are paying because the avalanche of illegals spawning anchor babies ain't gonna stop and they ain't gonna pay taxes either. They will drive up health care costs and suck us dry. Since they don't pay social security payroll taxes but will demand the same benefits when "injured" or too old to work, our children will have to work even longer before being able to retire. And because of this tax burden, they will not have have as much disposable income to sock away in IRA's.

And you politicians will live in comfort and ease because of the benefits you have voted yourselves while our children will struggle. You stinking hypocritical assholes.

"What's a voter to do? Maybe stay home, have the neighbors over for some barbecue, and then answer the phone when a pollster calls asking for a few minutes to answer some questions. When they get to the part about whether America is on the right track or the wrong track, boy, the voter knows the answer."

There's another option other than barbecue, but it involves gunfire. Lots of gunfire and lots of rope and nearby trees. Boiling tar is optional.

"One gets the impression party leaders, deep in their hearts, believe the base is . . . base. Unsophisticated. Primitive. Obsessed with its little issues. They're trying to educate the base. But if history is a guide, the base is about to teach them a lesson instead."

All your base are heading for the exit doors. And you're heading for the curb.

There really isn't anything else to do. Those who advocate voting the party line will only embolden the Republican leadership to ignore us even more. The Republicans have abandoned all pretext of fiscal responsibility and sovereign control of our borders.

Vote Republican because of national security? How can the Republicans claim credit for securing our national interests? The nations labeled as the Axis of Evil (remember the President's January 2002 State of the Union address where he named North Korea, Iran and Iraq?) and three other nations included by John Bolton in May 2002 (Cuba, Libya and Syria) are still allowed to immigrate here.

At the May 2002 speech, John Bolton told the Heritage Foundation that:
"States that sponsor terror and pursue WMD (weapons of mass destruction) must stop. States that renounce terror and abandon WMD can become part of our effort, but those that do not can expect to become our targets," he said."

The 2004 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics published by the Office of Immigration Statistics records the number of legal immigrants from every country in the world to the US.

From 2002 through 2004, after the President called them the Axis of Evil, the following numbers were allowed to come to the US:

Iran 18,337
Libya 6,767
Syria 484
Cuba 58,064
Total Axis of Evil immigration 83,652.

Our President had all but declared war; Bolton said that these countries "can expect to become our targets." These six nations are our enemies and yet in three years the Administration has allowed enough of their citizens into our country to populate a medium sized city. This number is almost as much as the total number of Japanese allowed to immigrate (86, 238) to the US in twenty years (1950 through 1970) - after the war was over!

I've had it. Drive these RINO's out to pasture.

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