Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Congratulations are in order.

"And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."


Barack Hussein Obama
President-elect of the United States

Don't fret, my friends. Long after this slimy Chicago marxist is gone, we will, God-willing, still be here. Still "bitter". Still "clinging" to guns, "clinging" to religion, and "clinging" to our antipathy to people who aren't like us (i.e. Commie terrorist apologists who think that the nearly 50% of us in this country who voted against him are simply ignorant rubes who stand in the way of his rightful ascendancy). Who knows? If we are strong, we may still even cling to that old, tattered wisp of the Constitution that remains after all his attempts to discredit and destroy it.

This fight is not over. It is now joined. Until and unless we are denied our God-given right to "petition Government for a redress of grievances", this blog and hundreds of others like it will continue to expose, continue to criticize, and continue to "defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign...and domestic". We will subject him and his socialist ideals and radical colleagues to twice the scrutiny we have endured during these last few dark years. One difference - we will actually tell the truth about what he says and stands for. And the set of ideas that make us unique and special will survive. Somewhere in the world, Liberty will survive. May God ordain that it will be here on this land.

Welcome to hell, Barry. You earned it.

1 comment:

ltnbrn said...

I agree: Obama has a tough job ahead of him, and he will be subject to much scrutiny. More than if McCain had been elected--because with McCain, we only expected more of the same.

Quite honestly, I don't know how Obama is a threat to the Constitution; it's already been raped and pillaged by our current administration.

I do hope that Obama works to unite this country again and will make America as great as it can be, as it has been in the past.

If nothing else, I am glad to have this election over, so we can get on to some real progress.