Zero tolerance at election time

“I think that the message is unmistakable that the Obama agenda is dead. … [N]ow it will depend on how Obama proceeds. He has now tried a two-year experiment in hyper-liberalism, and the country has said no.” –columnist Charles Krauthammer

“Democrats will spin Harry Reid’s victory and cling to it like the American people allegedly cling to their Bibles and guns, but I see a huge silver lining here for conservatives. … Yes, Reid would have made a great trophy on the GOP’s mantle. But cheer up: He’s even better as a leader of Senate Democrats — depending on your point of view.” –columnist Stephen Spruiell

“I so want to believe that the tea party marks the beginning of a comeback for small government. But I’m probably deluding myself. I know that big government usually wins. Remember the last time the Republicans took power? They promised fiscal responsibility, and for six of George W. Bush’s eight years, his party controlled Congress. What did we have to show for it? Federal spending increased by 54 percent. That’s more than any president in the last 50 years.” –columnist John Stossel

“[T]he GOP still faces significant challenges. Heck, an electoral bonanza notwithstanding, Republicans are still fairly unpopular. But if the first half of the Obama presidency proves anything, it is that straight-line predictions lead to political hubris. Events change and attitudes change with them, for every demographic.” –columnist Jonah Goldberg

“The Constitution cannot protect us and our freedoms as a self-governing people unless we protect the Constitution. That means zero tolerance at election time for people who circumvent the letter and the spirit of the Constitution. Freedom is too precious to give it up in exchange for brassy words from arrogant elites.” –economist Thomas Sowell

“America, its founding principles, its Constitution, its robust liberty tradition and its strength are being stolen out from under us by a man who has no appreciation for America’s greatness and who has contempt for ordinary Americans (we’re ‘enemies’), whom he considers beneath him and unworthy of their sovereign prerogative to preserve this nation. The people have had enough. Consequently, absent unimaginable, comprehensive voter fraud … we’re going to see an unprecedented housecleaning.” –columnist David Limbaugh


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5 Responses to “Zero tolerance at election time”

  1. mainenowandthen Says:

    The Tea Party will (hopefully) consider its work as just begun. It is vitally important that at the cusp of potential for a new beginning the Republicans understand that this is hardly a mandate for them but instead a “second chance” to make good on their promises. Watchdogs are imperative and so are non-ideological critics.


  2. Patrick Sperry Says:

    Over at Texas Fred’s I said that they are on parole. We certainly need to remain vigilant, as well as hold there feet to the fire. Preemptively!


  3. Diamondback Says:

    The Demoncrap Party is almost finished. If the Tea Party stays in the fight with the same zeal and energy the next two years as we have the last two, we can finish them off in 2012. The Repukicraps ARE ON PROBATION. If necessary we will finish them off WITH the Demoncraps in 2012.

    Let’s Roll!!!!!


  4. PanAm Says:

    “Zero Tolerance” concept — I like the term as it is used!


  5. Patrick Sperry Says:

    I hear that Diamondback!


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