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5 years 12 weeks ago, 9:59 PM

BluesHarp

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These TEA parties are off the chain. Hundreds of thousands turned out to protest the government. I did not expect that. I watched on The Fox Network as they covered the TEA parties that took place in ATL, NY, Birmingham and The Alamo. Damn that looks like fun. I think that people are starting to understand that the government is out to get us and folks are saying that "We are mad as Hell and we are not gonna take it anymore." The eyes of the sheeple are starting to open. The effects of the Kool-Aid is wearing off, and people are starting to use the ol' gray matter for something other than padding to hold up their hats with the tags still hanging from them. The working class are realizing that the tax burden that has already been accrued will cost our children over $130,000.00 just in interest over their lifetime. That doesn't even pay down the principle or account for the increase in other governmental spending. They are in the hole for 130K already. That is not right. It is not sustainable and it will bring our country to it's knees. The conservatives are saying that this very well could be the catalyst for the start of a 3rd party in the political round. I think this is a good idea. This is how the reform party stated in the 90's. Ross Perot just about caused a revolution then and we were not nearly as pissed off as we are now. Obama, Pellosi, Reid, Gietner, Frank and all those other communists have started us on a path that will be difficult to about-face on, but today is the start of the turn around. Today is the start of the revolution. Today marks the beginning of the end for the Marxists and I say good riddance. Let us not make this mistake again. Let us be more vigilant. Let us be more mindful of what we are allowing to happen. Let us stay more politically active so that we can send these communists back to hell where they come from.

Go ahead punk, Make My Day!
5 years 12 weeks ago, 10:15 PM

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i think

I think more importantly we don't allow ourselves to get into the situation we got into starting 10+ years ago. We have been in a downward spiral much longer than people are thinking, this did not all of a sudden happen 1-20-2009, I don't agree with Obama's economic plan, but we were fucked long before him.

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5 years 12 weeks ago, 10:48 PM

BluesHarp

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Agreed

This actually started in the 1960's. It got way worse with Jimmy Carter. then Clinton took us to the edge and now Obama blindly jumped off the cliff. I blogged on a site titled, "Where Is My Mayberry?". It outlined the decline of our society, economy, government and our moral fiber. It all started when they took God out of our schools. Then they changed the way we can discipline our kids. Now they are indoctrinating our kids with their communist agenda and now these kids are starting to reach voting age. We have got one helluva fight on our hands. These kids have been brainwashed with the thought that they are owed something. They have an entitlement mentality that is being fostered in our schools and re-inforced by their parents. These little self-esteem junkies are not taught how to handle failure and when they do fail, they go out, steal daddy's gun and shoot up the schools. Change has got to come.

Go ahead punk, Make My Day!

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