A Note to Militant LOTE Voters  

Monday, February 01, 2010

I've had about as much of your bullshit as I can take.

You and your party chose an inappropriate candidate for office - in fact, the ONLY candidate from that party that I vowed in advance never to support under any circumstances. You have no business bitching about my vote going to someone else.

You knew John McCain was a liberal progressive shitbag, and that by choosing him you were going to lose a lot of votes. You chose him anyway, deciding that you neither needed nor wanted those votes. You lost. Now you are suffering the consequences of your decision, and wish to blame those whose votes you decided you didn't want. Yeah, that makes a lot of sense. Phht.

In this last election, a vote for the Republican was the same as a vote for the Democrat. Party loyalty was the only reason to support McCain. Never mind loyalty to the Constitution or to the Founding Fathers, just vote for this progressive liberal prick who has no loyalty to either, and it won't be nearly as bad as voting for the "other" progressive liberal prick who likewise has no loyalty to either.

Yeah, ok Skippy.

Look. Things have ways of working out. Had McCain taken the Oath of Office on January 20, 2009, he wouldn't have taken it any more seriously than Barack Obama has. Similarly, you'd have had the same bailouts, environmental ripoffs, attempts at government healthcare, and budgetary madness that you got from Obama. What you wouldn't have had is the Tea Party movement. So I guess that's what's got your panties in a wad - people learning/thinking for themselves and standing up for the America the Founders envisioned?

Go ahead and be pissed at us who stood up for freedom if you wish. Your party is dead. So is your so-called "opposition". Americans are finally educating themselves about things that are far more important than who is sitting in the Oval Office, and are finally thinking for themselves. America's salvation is closer than you think, and she has us to thank for it (and you to thank for standing in its way). The Revolution has already begun.

Since you chose not to lead, you now have two choices: follow or get out of the way.