District Of Criminals

Here It Comes Folks; The Rape, Pillage, And Loss Of Liberty By The District Of Criminals (And An Image Worth $114.5 Trillion Dollars)

Here It Comes Folks; The Rape, Pillage, And Loss Of Liberty By The District Of Criminals (And An Image Worth $114.5 Trillion Dollars)

(Editor's Note: Tea Party backed representatives better think long and hard about the vote they cast on this new credit card for the federal government.  More Americans are waking up each day and those that have been awake and constitute the Tea Party have incredibly long memories, accurate math and facts, and qualities the District of Criminals lacks; a spine and principles.  The Tea Party is now entrenched enough to hold congress accountable and we are still going to be standing on the wall watching every move you make and growing the revolution until we stop the looting.) For weeks we…
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Watching The Big Government Party Come Out Of The Closet

There is a move on to mix up the seating arrangement at pResident Dipstick's SOTU speech later this month with Democriminal Mark Udall and Republicriminal Lisa Murkowski leading the 'civility' charge. I say, "Go For It.  Let EVERYBODY know who you are!" I heard about this idea yesterday and also learned that the reason the two parties sit exclusively apart is to show party unity and belief system. We are being treated to history being made (yet again); the District of Criminals' Progressive Big Government Party coming out of the closet.  I say they should sit together as they are…
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A Post-Election Message For Obama

Barack, (The Tone Deaf), still thinks he is going to get his way... Obama: U.S. can't afford two years of gridlock (Reuters) - President Barack Obama, still smarting from his Democrats' big losses in congressional elections, said on Friday the United States cannot afford to get mired in legislative gridlock for the next two years while countries like China forge ahead. Three days after voters punished Obama's party for the weak economy, he called for "putting politics aside" as he struck a conciliatory tone with victorious Republicans, saying he was open to hearing their ideas for tackling stubbornly high unemployment.…
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