Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You

When Senator John McCain stumbled and almost did the “Wright” thing, America had some idea what it was getting itself into. Like the warning label on a pack of cigarettes, you knew it was there but it didn’t seem to get into our heads. We on the Right can blame ourselves for not being vocal enough. We’d certainly share that blame with media who was more interested in bizarre theories about Sarah Palin’s baby than they were in where Barack Obama went to church. Bringing up the Reverend Jeremiah Wright wasn’t a matter of questioning the Democrat candidate’s faith, it was about the dangers of electing a man who could sit and listen to hate speech for 20 years and not flinch. Now that the same ideas spewed out of Wright’s hate-hole are finding their way into Presidential policies and affairs, don’t act surprised.

Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

But McCain did make a more regular attempt to point out that Bill Ayers was a little too close to our naïf-in-chief. It would have been nice if the now state-run-media had given the poor guy a little bit of help. Again, Chicago politics was at work behind the scenes, making sure that O-bedient minions like Chris Matthews spent more time educating you on the finer points of the “Bridge to Nowhere” than he did explaining why we might be a little cautious in electing a man with close ties to a Weather Underground lunatic. How many Obama voters knew that Ayers admitted to his roles in several deaths, including his girlfriend during a late night bomb making session? “Make love not war!” Hardly. Nobody, including McCain, said you couldn’t talk to men who have done bad things. On the other hand, why is it surprising that the man in the Oval Office has a soft touch with terrorists? Some of us aren’t surprised at all.

Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

After the glow and lights of the inauguration wore off, President Obama went right to work on his agenda. For those who think health care reform was his top priority, remember that his first act in office was to repeal the Mexico City Policy which restricted the flow of taxpayer dollars to foreign organizations that may use that money for abortions. This wasn’t a surprise to those of us who knew about his opposition to the Born Alive Infant Protection Act while he was a state senator in Illinois. Aside from the obvious complaints about the expenditure and forcing Christian and other religious Americans to essentially pay for abortions, the President signed his order the day after the anniversary of Roe versus Wade – to avoid the publicity. The man has a penchant for doing things when we aren’t looking. I’m not surprised. I knew he lied about his reasons for opposing BAIPA during the last debate and the media never called him on it. I knew and, and if you knew me, I told you.

So don’t say I didn’t warn you.

I don’t have to say much about the “transparency” and “new tone in Washington” we were promised and never given. Plenty of people have documented that in more ways than I can hope to. On the other hand, I noticed when Obama appointed Rahm Emmanuel as his chief-of-staff because I had heard the stories. Rahm never recanted for acts like sending dead fish to people who he didn’t agree with or using backroom deals and dirty tactics to get his work done the “Chicago Way.” Like Michelle Obama who hangs her hat on community organizing activities like championing a health program for the poor that literally left some of them dying on the side of the road, Rahm’s presence in the White House meant that the “new tone” often wouldn’t be heard until it was too late. Criticize the President? Lose your job. Ask Gerald Walpin who was forced out as Americorps Inspector General when he questioned Michelle’s friend Kevin Johnson over bad bookkeeping and possibly embezzled funds. Ask Major Stefan Cook who wanted his deployment revoked until Obama proved he was qualified to be commander-in-chief and then was fired from his private industry job with little explanation. If you paid attention to the way the Obama team plays the game, like I did, you wouldn’t have been surprised at all.

Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

I knew that “No Drama Obama” had that (choke) cool exterior because he had a team that was willing to force opponents in his first election out of the race so that he essentially ran unopposed. I knew I didn’t trust a man who would throw his pastor under the bus for political expediency and who called his grandmother a racist to deliver a mediocre speech about race. A man who would deliver such a pronouncement of the woman that raised him in front of the entire world without so much as a waiver in his voice is dangerous. That’s why I wasn’t shocked at all when I discovered  that a website at asked Americans to report “fishy” email and communication carrying “disinformation” about the President’s health care “reform” proposals. I was angry, yes. I spent the better part of the day telling everyone I knew to turn themselves in and overwhelm this sad prank the Joker is playing on this country. I was resolved. But that was just the beginning. The administration has also passed legislation that would allow it to effectively shut down the internet if it determines there is a “crisis” and they have every intention of using the idea of “net neutrality” to push new regulations on Internet content. Yes, the White House has also put out a contract to spend your tax dollars on monitoring social networking sites. I told you the Orwellian “Fairness Doctrine” was just the start. When the President and his advisors talked so openly about using regulation to silence conservative talk radio, it only made sense that they wouldn’t stop there. I knew it was coming.

Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

To the patriots who read this and will not stop until this administration is taken to task for its mangling of our Constitution, I salute you. To the Twitter peeps at #tcot #tlot #teaparty #ocra #iamthemob and the rest, I salute you. To the people like Michelle Malkin, Sarah Palin, Ron Paul, Michelle Bachmann and a million watchdogs of democracy, I salute you. We will not be stopped and we will be heard. We will tell our representatives just exactly what that title means. We will tell administrative bullies like Emmanuel and the First Lady that Chicago politics doesn’t even belong in the Windy City. We will hold tea party after tea party and no town hall meeting will be a quiet, obedient audience for the shock troops of real disinformation. We will stand up, we will watch you here, and we will hold you accountable for every affront to justice you commit. We’ll make a thirty-point swing in Virginia elections and a victory over the New Jersey gangster-Democrat establishment a rallying cry. We’ll take what we learned in New York’s 23rd district and make sure that conservatism wins regardless of the letter by the candidate’s name. We told you that when the socialists overplay their hand, America will be paying attention and we’ll be coming soon to take our country back.

Don’t say we didn’t warn you.


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