Time for another ‘revolution,’ Sarah? No, time for another civil war!

Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin addresses attendees ...

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A snarling Sarah Palin-Quayle appears as the keynote speaker at the Wingnut Super Bowl in Nashville, Tenn., today. She apparently has called for a “revolution” against the nation’s first democratically elected White House administration since the Clinton administration, and while the Bush regime’s having run up the federal budget deficit to a record level was perfectly OK, the Obama administration’s spending on people instead of on the Perpetual War Machine Palin-Quayle dubbed “generational theft.” Because clearly, the party and the ideology that denies the problem of global warming and that stokes the fires of anti-American hatred in the Middle East by killing thousands upon thousands of innocent people there cares so much about future generations.

Queen Wingnut Sarah Palin-Quayle told the “tea party” fanatics at their national convention today that “America is ready for another revolution” and that the “tea party” “movement” “is about the people.”

Oh, except that the majority of the people elected Barack Obama, and not her and John McCainosaurus, in November 2008 — radical right-wing Repugnican Tom Tancredo’s complaint that we didn’t first have to pass a “civics literacy test” notwithstanding.

So apparently we, the majority of the people of the United States of America (53 percent of us) who voted for Barack Obama, aren’t really “the people.”

Only those who agree with Sarah Fucking Palin-Quayle and her “tea-partying” ilk are “the people.”

This comparison of the “tea party” “movement” to the American Revolution is uber bullshit.

What we are seeing is not a replay of the events that led up to the American Revolution, but a replay of the events that led up to the American Civil War.

See, I don’t view the wingnuts as “the people,” and they don’t view me and my kind — sane Americans who truly want liberty and justice for all, not just for certain demographics — as “the people.”

These are what you call irrefuckingconcilable differences, and they are the stuff that civil wars are made of.

And I’m ready for another civil war. Bring it on, bitches! Bring! It! On!

The wingnuts lost the November 2008 election fairly and squarely. They can’t fucking deal with it, so they’re claiming that they’re now under the “oppressive,” “socialist” Obama administration — against which they must “revolt.” Sarah Palin-Quayle’s calling for a “revolution” — when the majority of Americans voted for Barack Obama, does that not smell like treason?

The “tea party” nutjobs are not victims. They simply lost the fucking 2008 presidential election, and they lost it by a margin too large for them to be able to steal it, like they stole the 2000 presidential election and quite possibly the 2004 election as well. It’s called a “democracy,” fucktards. Get over it, sore losermen.

Palin-Quayle also sneered to her adoring all-white crowd: “How’s that hope-y, change-y stuff workin’ out for you?”

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

Except that her party, the Repugnican Party, is the party that put our nation in its mess now. It is as though “President” George W. Bush never were behind the wheel (like a drunk) at the White House from January 2001 to January 2009.

But if we can act as though the wingnuts are poor oppressed people like the American colonists were poor oppressed people under the British monarchy, I suppose that we also can just pretend that the time period from January 2001 to January 2009 never fucking happened, and that Barack Obama picked up right where Bill Clinton left off.

That’s how detached from reality Sarah Palin-Quayle and her mouth-breathing followers are.

Most Americans who voted for Barack Obama in November 2008 — those Americans who have some idea as to what reality is and who thus never would attend a “tea party” function — did not expect him to reverse the severe damage that the unelected Bush regime caused from January 2001 to January 2009 overnight.

Most Americans are willing to give the president whom they actually elected this time the time to fix the nation’s dire problems, and they are not willing to participate in the “revolution” that Sarah Fucking Palin-Quayle speaks of. Palin-Quayle’s “vision” we already lived under for eight long nightmarish years, from January 2001 to January 2009.

Most Americans want the wingnuts to shut the fuck up and to stop putting their IEDs along the nation’s long, hard road to recovery. Doing everything possible to interfere with the nation’s recovery, and indeed, hoping that the current, actually-elected White House administration fails — again, I am catching a whiff of treason.

I am willing to defend my president — and “my president” is a phrase that I was unable to use from January 2001 through January 2009, since BushCheneyCorp blatantly stole the White House in late 2000, and since you cannot be “re”-elected if you never legitimately were elected in the first place — to my death.

Barack Obama is not perfect, and I certainly have been critical of him — mainly for being too timid to advance the progressive agenda — but he is our democratically elected president, our first democratically elected president since Bill Clinton, and I will allow the wingnuts to again take the White House that does not belong to them over my dead body.

Millions of my fellow Americans agree with me, Sarah Palin-Quayle, so fuck your “revolution” and ask yourself if you and your FUCKING RETARDED supporters really can win a rematch of the Civil War.

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4 responses to “Time for another ‘revolution,’ Sarah? No, time for another civil war!

  1. PeterB in Indianapolis

    You say in your article that “your kind” truly want liberty and justice for all.

    Please define the term, “liberty”.

    Oh, and I don’t mean, “go look it up in the dictionary and copy the definition”. What I mean is, give me WHAT YOU THINK the definition of “liberty” is.

    Once you are done with that, please give your definition of the term “justice”.

    How you define terms is very important, and we cannot have a meaningful discussion about liberty and justice if you and I are using different definitions of the same words. That just leads to contradiction and misunderstanding, and doesn’t foster any sort of useful conversation.

    • robertdcrook

      Ya know, wingtard, I doubt that you and I can agree on the meaning of such words as “a” or “the.” And since I have a hard time finding enough time to blog, I’m not going to play footsies with wingnuts in my comments section. It always goes back and forth and it always goes nowhere, representing nothing but a waste of time and energy.

      So you disagree with me.

      Noted.

      As far as defining my terms goes, what I write speaks for itself — and I don’t take orders from wingnuts.

  2. Terri Kelly

    I agree with you (Robertdcrook). I was born in Texas and I live in Texas. Not all Texans are republicans. I am a democrat (FOR THE PEOPLE). The Bush Cheney Corp. got us into this horrible mess. I have the solution for illegal immigrants. Make them citizens. Stop raising taxes. Make illegals into citizens and make them pay taxes. That will add to all the money going to Washington for tremendous wasteful spending. If I could go to Washington and get hold of all that money, I could balance the budget in 6 weeks and stop wasteful spending. But who am I? I am a mom that balances a home budget every month. Some months are good and some are difficult but I don’t waste money.

  3. Terri Kelly

    Also, I hope Sarah Palin runs for president. That will give Obama another term. There is no way in hell she could win.

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