Witchy Woman: Who gives a damn?

Seems like we are entering that insane time of year that always happens just before an election… Christine O’Donnell made some comments years ago, about things that had happened years before that, and now those words are coming back to haunt her. Perhaps it’s because of the upcoming Halloween..?

Karl Rove, disapproves of the lady, of course. Then again, he disapproves of the entire Taxed Enough Already movement. He has power and prestige where he sits with the establishment country club Republicans In Name Only, and is part and parcel of what needs to be cleaned out from in the minds of freedom and liberty loving people.

Democrat light, also known as Republicans, are not what the American people are interested in. Moderation, is no virtue when it comes to core values.

Read the whole thing HERE.

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3 Responses to “Witchy Woman: Who gives a damn?”

  1. Patrick Sperry Says:


    “[One of the] central reasons for the Tea Party’s rise … is the yardstick. … Imagine that over at the 36-inch end you’ve got pure liberal thinking — more and larger government programs, a bigger government that costs more in the many ways that cost can be calculated. Over at the other end you’ve got conservative thinking — a government that is growing smaller and less demanding and is less expensive. You assume that when the two major parties are negotiating bills in Washington, they sort of lay down the yardstick and begin negotiations at the 18-inch line. Each party pulls in the direction it wants, and the dominant party moves the government a few inches in their direction. But if you look at the past half century or so you have to think: How come even when Republicans are in charge, even when they’re dominant, government has always gotten larger and more expensive? It’s always grown! It’s as if something inexorable in our political reality — with those who think in liberal terms dominating the establishment, the media, the academy — has always tilted the starting point in negotiations away from 18 inches, and always toward liberalism, toward the 36-inch point. Democrats on the Hill or in the White House try to pull it up to 30, Republicans try to pull it back to 25. A deal is struck at 28. Washington Republicans call it victory: ‘Hey, it coulda been 29!’ But regular conservative-minded or Republican voters see yet another loss. They could live with 18. They’d like 8. Instead it’s 28. … What they want is representatives who’ll begin the negotiations at 18 inches and tug the final bill toward 5 inches. And they believe Tea Party candidates will do that.” –columnist Peggy Noonan


  2. Chuck Says:

    By the way…welcome back Patrick. The blogosphere is once again whole.



  3. Patrick Sperry Says:

    Thanks Chuck!


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