The 11th Commandment

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Ronaldus Maximus unified the Republican’s with his famous proclamation, “thou shalt not speak ill of another Republican!”   Well, actually, it was California’s State Republican Party chairman Gaylord B. Parkinson that issued his “11th Commandment,” which said, “Thou shalt not speak ill of any Republican.” And, Mr. Parkinson warned, “Henceforth, if any Republican has a grievance against another, that grievance is not to be bared publicly.”  

President Ronald Reagan went on to be that Great Unifier.  Working with both parties, Reagan accomplished lofty goals, created greater security, and despite liberal opposition by communist democrats, he won!  Creating decades of prosperity by limiting government, limiting regulations and rebuilding the foundation of a “Shining City on the Hill“!

 

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The Party of Tired Old White Dudes

I can’t believe I voted for this idiot!

John McCain and Lindsey Graham have proven themselves to be clownish buffoons by publicly chastising Senator Rand Paul’s filibuster on the Senate floor over John Brennan CIA nomination.   Even talk show commenter Michael Medved wondered what was accomplished?  A three sentence letter from the murderous criminal Attorney General Eric Holder stating that “NO” Americans will be killed by Barry the Bullshitter’s drones without due process.  You missed the Point!

Rand Paul’s filibuster was on topic and relevant for 13 hours!  Not only did others from the Progressive Socialist Democrat party join in on Paul’s message (tepidly), but junior Republican members of the Senate joined in; The Republican senators who participated in the filibuster with Paul include, Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), Mike Lee (R-Utah), Pat Toomey (R-Penn.), John Thune (R-S.D.), John Barrasso (R-Wy.), Tim Scott (R-S.C.), John Cornyn (R-Texas), Jerry Moran (R-Kan.), Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.), Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.).

What was the purpose for Juan McLame and Lindsey Gramamnesty to publicly denounce Senator Rand Paul’s filibuster?  What was accomplished by that?  People from both sides of political spectrum were joining in with Rand Paul.  The Social Media Universe exploded with comments supporting Rand Paul.   QUESTION: Does Barry the Bullshitter’s regime have the authority to kill Americans that it deems a threat?  Senator Rand Paul shamed the regime into answering that question.

Since then, there have been a number of criticisms besides McCain and Graham’s public display of vitriol idiocy.  However, those critical of Senator Paul are missing the entire point!   This was about a spineless Republican party that has all but given up challenging this regime’s lawlessness policies.  I could care less if you either love or hate Rand Paul, that was not the point of the filibuster.

For a brief moment, there was unity, on both sides, against this corrupt criminal regime that accuses and treats Americans as terrorists.  Albeit, groups like code pinko’s and other liberals groups, that joined in supporting Senator Paul was a total surprise to me!  There were more people on both sides that agreed and were unified with Senator Rand Paul.

That’s what’s missing in this country, unity!   Barry the Bullshitter has accomplished only one objective, dividing the American people along race, class and wealth.  All the while, creating a climate of fear, envy and loathing which has divided this country since this purple lipped baboon opened his mouth about Hope and Change, and fundamentally changing America.  It was refreshing to see, because Barry’s vision of America is not the the land of opportunity and freedom.

In the end, Barry the Bullshitter’s CIA nominee John Brennan was confirmed, but not without exposing this regime’s corrupt administration policies.  That’s was whole the point of the filibuster.  #WAR

 

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What’s for Dinner?

 

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Unity! Beef and Shrimp over Chow Fun Noodles

 

 

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