Monday, January 3, 2011

Happy Tough Talk New Year

There's a New Sheriff In Town
Is 2011 the year of the Tea Party?

Could it be the year of tough talk?

Is it the year that our true enemy, our infiltrated subjugator, smartens up or keeps it up?

Could it possibly be the year that our Congress reverses the damage perpetrated upon us?  Check the date on that...no one is allowed to say they didn't see it coming. 

Unfortunately for them, if the 112th Congress fails to do its job - Obama will fail as well.  If our Congress succeeds, is the American public dumb enough to attribute those political and financial solutions to the very administration that created the problem?

While I know our Congress is going to go in and get things done (some of these folks look like they're frothing at the mouth) I fear it will lead to Barry's re-election.

What do you think?  Are the next two years going to be filled with so much success, movement and recovery that the American voter will bend over and allow themselves to be fooled again?

I cannot root for American failure, this isn't rooting for the Yankees to win so the Red Sox slip in with a Wild Card slot.  There's more at stake.

I simply fear that with so much at stake, we can't afford to be duped twice.  People need to know who did what, when and why.

What say you?

3 comments:

  1. Found you through Mean Ol' Meany's year-end linkfest. Nice blog you've got here!

    Unfortunately, I take a pessimistic view on the future based on the past several decades of politics. If things get worse, Republicans will be blamed for messing up the Obama plan. If things get better, Obama and the Democrats will be able to say "See? Our spending programs worked!" The only way for that NOT to happen is for the GOP to learn Democrat public relations: repetition, repetition, repetition. It seems that many Americans get their opinions through Saturday Night Live and The Daily Show, and since it's not "hip" to be Republican, they'll need to do their utmost to use the media's echo chamber to their advantage.

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  2. Agreed. Especially on the Daily Show point. People, and I know some, actually believe it to be a news program...and rely upon it to get their information.

    That's my question...is this Congress going to get everything fixed and in 2 years have this administration looking amazing.

    I hope Issa isn't all talk...and actually reaches across that isle with subpoenas, not smiles.

    Barney Frank and others like him need to be held accountable. But I'm discouraged - I live in MA, you can't imagine what it feels like - that he wasn't held accountable in this state.

    Again, I just hope the American public are starting to remove from their eyes all of the wool used during Obama's campaign and find out who did what, when and why.

    I hope they realize the GOP was needed to come in and clean things up...that it just didn't "get better" because he had 4 years.

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  3. Are the next two years going to be filled with so much success, movement and recovery that the American voter will bend over and allow themselves to be fooled again?

    In a word, No.

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