I suspect and reject Bushman Tea Partiers"
Posted in the Xenia Forum
#1 Jun 22, 2014
Sunday, June 22, 2014
To: The Editor
Subject: I suspect and reject Bushman Tea Partiers
“I suspect and reject Bushman Tea Partiers”
I do not trust or respect, but rather suspect and reject, supposed Tea Partiers who say that Bushmen like the Cheneys are brave, bold and brainy. We true constitutional conservatives, libertarians and Tea Party people threaten the [50 years of having fun by “getting things done”] collusion and cooperation between Congress, The Pentagon and The Welfare State; being branded as isolationist traitors or labeled as hardhearted [pick one or several] haters. Presidents come and go but the unelected bureaucracy remains unchanged [unchained and deranged?]. In Montgomery County, Ohio, they have to take care of the Dayton Welfare State and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, despite losing those old blue-collar industrial [aka real] jobs and dollars.
Karl Rovers, Karl Rovers, the Cold War and the empire are over! Like ya know, instead of the Iraq and ISIS crises, we ought to take care of that one going on all along our border with Mexico. Many members of the Patriotic Pentagon Parrot Party [Bushmen and friends],“think” that handling our domestic crises is boring and scarier, because it requires no new M1-A1 tanks, jet airplanes, ships, submarines or aircraft carriers. We constitutional conservatives, libertarians and Tea Party people no longer care what they do over there, because it is not our constitutional job to be involved in foreign affairs that we cannot solve.
With little opposition, after the 9-11 attacks, the (patriotic and paranoid) Bushmen and friends created the Federal Department of Homeland Security; instead of eliminating the Federal Department of Education or any other agency. During the dozen years that they were in charge of government large, they cut nothing, doubled the price, power and size of government, and got us into three unaffordable foreign wars.
The U.S. Constitution does not justify an American Empire, either in Europe with NATO, or with ten aircraft-carrier battle groups roaming the globe, or with “residual” occupation forces, of course. The U.S. Constitution also authorizes the federal government to defend and control our national borders; not those of the Middle East that were drawn by the British and French.
The Republican Party hates and fears undue Tea Party infiltration and influence; save for tricking the hicks and getting votes from folks. Most of us feel likewise about them. Tea Partiers, beware of the same old Republican Bushmen friends, who will lie and try to use you to get and let them back in again; not that any or many of them ever really have to leave Washington, D.C., or go to the Mexican border or the Middle East.
#2 Jun 22, 2014
What kind of $hitski is that last post ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
#3 Jun 23, 2014
And thus yet another example of the typical functionally-illiterate dependent dependable dumbass Democrat breeder and bottom feeder, who is obviously not an articulate or literate reader; two pages straining its brain and causing it pain unless someone else explains. This is one of those Democrats who asks me, "Do you want fries with that?"
Add your comments below
|The 25 Most Dangerous Cities in the U.S. Are Mo... (Nov '10)||23 hr||Whippin post||20,210|
|We await the "7-11" apologies to Trump...||Wed||Net Nut||6|
|This is your oasis (Jun '08)||May 3||just me||3,175|
|David Paul Buhrman (Jun '11)||May 2||David_M_B||2|
|why do white people smell like wet dogs? (Oct '14)||May 2||Dennis Gannon||39|
|Brett||May 1||missing you||1|
|Most of us reluctant Republicans...||Apr 30||Leon Harrison||2|
Find what you want!
Search Xenia Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC