Congratulations, Americans!

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Ha!  Americans = 1  Socialist Democrats = 0

revwarcannonCongratulations to the citizens of New Jersey, Virginia, New York, and California for launching another shot over the bow of the ship of fools–Obama and his democrats. And for sending a very LOUD message to Washington D.C.:  NO, YOU CAN’T.

LOL, the White House says Obama wasn’t watching the elections.  🙄

While the White House will not comment, or will deny this election has any significance, this is their first big electoral loss since last November.  The tax day tea parties and the 912 marchers delivered the first big blows. They ignored us, then they ridiculed us, and they’ve been fighting us with health scare, spending, Afghanistan, by apologizing for us, by running roughshod over their constituents.  And then we won…

Right away, the losers declare its not about them, “its about the ‘fight’ for health care, the fight for education“. And then what, Jon Corzine?  I thought it was about health care and education, not about the fight. He lost 59-41, not even close.  And Christie?  “Hey New Jersey, we did it”….to crowds shouting ‘yes we can’ in obvious mocking of the Obama machine.

They will continue fighting.  The close races were probably influenced by ACORN or some other voting irregularity.  It is a lesson for all of us now, to figure out how to ensure voting integrity in 2010.  The democrats, despite being handed their own donkey’s a$$, will continue to insist that ‘health care reform will be good for democrats’ and will try to ram it down our throats.  As the bill is tied up in litigation the day Obama signs it, democrats will suffer the consequences next November.

It is said that the ‘tea party people’ are the new GOP.  Nice try, guys.  The RINOS will not hijack the party of American patriots.   Critical mass has been reached and we are moving forward!


7 Responses to “Congratulations, Americans!”

  1. 1 Quantum Leap November 4, 2009 at 2:48 am

    Lonely “don’t call me ma’am” Boxer bulldog mix has no attendees for her crap and tax bill committee. Vote the bum out!

  2. 2 Quantum Leap November 4, 2009 at 2:56 am

    And chew on this a while. :+:
    Overview of Kissinger’s New World Order
    Archived from February 25th, 2009 (the day I saw a registration sheet of Palin’s submission to run for President in 2012)

    A major part of that New World Order involves creating and using crises of war and economic distress to justify changes in sovereignty that a people would ordinarily resist. Henry Kissinger’s sudden and forceful re-emergence from semi-retirement to promote a new economic World Order as a solution to the current economic crisis is telling

    Now I understand why the troops are getting the brush off. The strategy is to marginalize them and make them fail. Jeebus Chrise

  3. 3 susan h November 4, 2009 at 9:51 am

    Exit Polls in N.J. showed the following in order of importance as to why they were voting for someone:

    1. The Economy
    2. High Property Taxes (NJ has the highest property tax in the country)
    3. Corruption
    4. Health Care reform (Obama & Co. are trying to make this the #1 issue while Americans feel it is down the list).

    It’s always the economy, stupid! Independent voters suddenly realized that Obama was not going to solve the important problems of the day and deserted him. Along with his base of college kids who realized nothing was changing and stayed home. Just when you lose faith in the system, independent voters wake up and send a signal to the Chosen One: Stay closer to center, Mister. Fix the economy. Stop spending our money. Good article below: The Obama magic has faded!

  4. 4 Delle November 4, 2009 at 3:24 pm

    All I hear the media talking about are the two governorships. Believe me, we had a lot more victories than those.

    Here on Long Island where I live, the Republican Party has become the majority party of Nassau County for the first time in ten years!

    There are a lot more local victories too, that we aren’t hearing about.

    I think the republicans won several judgeships in Pennsylvania.

    I’d say it was a very good day.

  5. 5 Papoose November 4, 2009 at 6:36 pm

    Just to chime in for a second…

    Our troops in Afghanistan…tired, weary, confused and abused… Its about them, for me. Homesick, lonely and abandoned…
    yet it seems its all about That One and the bogus Democrats 24/7. The media was so very kind to broadcast the CiC saluting a dead American. He looked dashing. So impressive and in charge…such a perfect and synchronized maneuver.
    Barry’s too busy to go the Berlin Wall for the historic Commemoration, I heard. What? Its not about him?

  6. 6 Mary November 5, 2009 at 12:25 am

    Today Pelosy was minimizing NJ and VA while touting NY 23 as a famous victory. Of course it was the usual obama game of distraction, but it was also a hugemore lysigh of relief because obama prevailed over Palin.

    They’d better look closer at the numbers. Hoffman lost only by the number of votes cast by idiots for Mrs. Scuzzball. Uh-oh, b. hussein. Sarah isn’t going away!

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