posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 05:07 AM
For years, people in the US and around the world have asked what will it take to get the Americans off the couch and to protest. Every time there was
a riot in some far off country, people would ask “Why don't Americans do that?” And now that something has been a motivator, people are upset and
Bricks thrown through the windows of offices, vandalism of officials' property, threats of violence, death threats, murmurings of armed revolt,
posting information of where officials live....the list goes on and on. Even House Minority Leader Boehner told Rep. Driehaus (the representative of
an adjoining district) not to go home because he would be a dead man.
So why is it that now that Americans are finally expressing their outrage (although not in a spectacle like a riot) that people are outraged about it?
Is this not what you have been asking for? Or is it because you disagree with the impetus for which it is occurring?
Do you really feel that people are only expressing their anger over the Health Care Reform? Do you not think that it was merely the final straw in a
long list of abuses over the years? Ignore the media slants to the stories. Ask yourself who is only being partisan, the protestors or the one's
The old curses are true: These are interesting times. And we are getting what we wished for.