posted on Nov, 5 2014 @ 01:48 PM
What a difference a day makes, eh?
Yesterday, like every day of the previous (nearly) six years, Liberals in this country contented themselves in the fact that they controlled the
destiny of the United States.
Today, they are wearing sackcloth, and covering themselves in ashes (you know who you are).
Yesterday, the people spoke loudly, and proclaimed their displeasure with the sitting President, and the so-called leadership of the Senate, even more
so, they proclaimed their displeasure with the Democrat party, and its Progressive Liberal agenda.
I am one of those voices that shook the nation yesterday. I didn't do so because I'm a Republican (I'm not), I did so, because these people had
been at the helm during the slow, arduous decline of this country, and were trying with all of their might, to press down on the accelerator.
During the period of undisputed Democratic leadership, this country has seen its credit rating downgraded for the first time ever in its history, and
then again nine months later. These "leaders" enacted sweeping legislation that was falsely presented to the American people
(Obamacare) without ever reading it. While lamenting Government intrusion into the lives of the average citizen, these leaders allowed the
extension of the Patriot Act.
Liberals have been crying that Republicans blocked the the passage of bills that would have saved the nation, while ignoring Senate Majority Leader,
Harry Reid's blatant refusal to allow legislation to be voted on in the Senate (something like 40 bills, just pertaining to jobs, have been shelved
by Reid). That is your bottleneck, people. One Man was deciding the fate of the nation for the last six years, by allowing the President
carte blanche with his executive orders, and refusing to even consider bills offered by the House.
The people that have been roundly drubbed in this election, are the same people that claim that Government creates jobs, not businesses, yet have
managed to do little more than create a 'Part-Time' economy in the last six years.
Today, I've read some extremely panicked threads/posts from unhappy Liberals, who claim that the sky is now falling. All I can say to that, is "Get
over it. You had your chance, and have managed to do nothing with it."
Climate Change will now be ignored? I can only hope so. That fallacious, fear-mongering pseudoscience deserves to be buried, and forgotten.
There will be attacks of Women's Rights? Please! Mia Love, or Shelley Moore Capito, may have a bone to pick with you on that one.
I truly hope that now, the Keystone Pipeline can be allowed to happen. You know, so people can get jobs, pay their bills, have more affordable
energy, rather than the not-ready-for-prime time green energy that has already cost taxpayers BILLIONS without delivering anything other than
As I stated previously, I am not a Republican. I had to hold my nose to vote for the new Republican Governor-Elect of Massachusetts, Charlie Baker,
yesterday, but the last thing my state needed was Martha Coakley, and her crooked cronies, running this state even further into Liberal oblivion. In
fact, I took my ballot, and voted against every single incumbent in my state (it wasn't difficult, being as how they are all Liberal
Democrats), and did so, with great pleasure.
This election was indeed a wave election, and to prove that, yesterday morning while at work, a young woman came out into the warehouse excitedly
shouting "Everyone's voting Republican!", and skipped through the loading dock area to fill her water bottle. That was when I knew
that things are truly changing. It made me feel good to know that I was not alone in my disgust with the state of this once-fine Union.
The Liberal butthurt is strong with this election, and the propaganda is going to be blinding, but you know what? I'm thrilled that, as a people,
we're collectively trying to unclog the toilet to flush the crap away.
Will any of this make a real difference? Only time will tell, and if it doesn't, we'll have more work to do during the next election, but my outlook
is a lot more positive since the election totals started coming in.
Obama promised 'Hope and Change', and I highly doubt that this is what he meant, but I'm looking forward to the future much more than I ever was in
the last six years.
In closing, as the thread title states: Let the weeping, and gnashing of teeth (for Liberals), begin.