Skip to comments.America's Quiet Anger
Posted on 03/30/2010 4:30:17 AM PDT by kingattax
There is a quiet anger boiling in America.
It is the anger of millions of hard-working citizens who pay their bills, send in their income taxes, maintain their homes and repay their mortgage loans -- and see their government reward those who do not.
It is the anger of small town and Middle American folks who have never been to Manhattan, who put their savings in a community bank and borrow from a local credit union, who watch Washington lawmakers and presidents of both parties hand billions in taxpayer bailouts to the reckless Wall Street titans who brought down the economy in 2008.
It is the fury of the voiceless, the powerless, the ordinary nobodies of Flyover Country who are ridiculed, preached to, satirized and insulted by the Celebrity Loudmouths of the two Left Coasts, the Jon Stewarts and Keith Olbermanns, the Paul Krugmans and their ilk.
(Excerpt) Read more at spectator.org ...
I could have gone all day without seeing that picture. Thanks. Not.
Where are the Oath Keepers? It’s time for some action from them.
Which one, I found the photo particularly disgusting.
...I’m one of the angry ones Gannon writes about...and I feel depressed because when it comes down to it there’s not enough like me who will turn out to vote...we argue among ourselves and lose...OTOH the Dem cabal of blacks/union/felon/Jews/felons/teachers/academics are solid and swing the victory...the Dems can shake more votes out of one urban housing project than our whole fly-over county.
The one with Bawney Fwank in the middle - the other won’t load on my confuser. What a piece of feces.
Great article. With literary merits. It’s a bit like a sermon, or one of Cicero’s speeches. With the right cadences, the right rhythms, and most of all: the right content.
Cheers for putting it here.
Our elected representatives are at war with us. Civil disobedience/spend less - protest more/etc., etc.
Be prepared. See you at the ballot box in November, Americans.
Well, if the polls are to be believed, they will have to STEAL the 2010 election outright. Which wouldn’t surprise me in the least.
The Oath Keepers swear to uphold their oath to the Constitution should the Federal Government order them to defy it and go against the people.
I forgot to mention...a very good article by James P. Gannon. Thanks for posting.
An acquaintance of mine brought up politics recently (we had never discussed anything political before). He was agitated at the direction the country was going under the Obama/Pelosi administration (he mentioned those 2 specifically). When I told him I was in D.C. last Sept.12 with my wife and some family members protesting, he shook my hand and thanked me. I was surprised.
Hopefully, there are millions more like him.
Blah Blah Blah....Wall Street titans brought down the economy....BS.
Barney Frank gets no blame? Christopher Dodd? The dozens of other House and Senate members, mostly democrats, who forced banks to give home loans to inner city residents who couldn’t afford to pay them back....plus the hundreds of thousands of home loans to illegal aliens, etc. etc.
I guess that’s the game plan.....demonize Wall Street while Congress gets off scot-free.
CCW..for the time being...
I think it has, in large part.
“Well, if the polls are to be believed, they will have to STEAL the 2010 election outright. Which wouldnt surprise me in the least.”
....oh they can do that alright...it’s not too hard...they control the big urban areas...that’s where the voters are now.
Great find, thanks for posting! Nice, well written, calm summation of what most of the people I know are saying privately.
I've always been fearful of too much government power, but I've never actually been afraid of the government or anyone in government until now. And that really pisses me off.
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