I have a very personal message for those half wits who are calling for "civility".
Here we go:
Shove it. Shove it where the sun doesn't shine. Shove it up sideways. Shove it up sideways and twist it around.
Now I'm sure there will be those who will call me a hatemonger. It certainly wouldn't be the first time, and I'm sure it won't be the last time. Oh well. I'm crying a river, let me tell you. Really. Boo-hoo.
See, I look at the current political environment as more than the Hatfield and McCoy nonsense that we see twenty-four hours a day on the various cable news outlets. It's more than that. Much more. As far as I'm concerned, it's a struggle between good and evil, with good having the snot beat out of it constantly.
The 2+2=5 Junta that is the Democrat Party has done its level-headed best to shred to the Constitution, destroy the free market, and destroy personal freedom for decades.Whether it's been Obamacare(less), Financial Reform, Hate Crime Laws, or anything else that the Progressives/Liberals/No-Labels gang conjures up, the result has always been and will always be the same. A little more of America dies. A little more of our fighting spirit dies. A little more of America's soul dies.
And I'm supposed be civil about this ?
My values are not up to debate. I stand, like the grand majority of Americans, for the Constitution, for God, for family, and for country. That's that. I will not, under any circumstances, concede any points on these matters. Does this make me partisan ? I don't know, and frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn. Yes, I can agree to disagree on some things, but I cannot and will not compromise on basic principles such as limited government, the rights of the unborn, Free Speech, the Right to Bear Arms, property rights, America's leadership role in the world, and the role of religion in our society. They define me as a person, just like being a filthy rich liberal hypocrite defines Keith Olbermann.
To quote the famous seafaring philospher, Popeye:
"I yam what I yam and that's all that I yam."
And that ain't changing, folks.