President Barack Hussein Ebola and Senate Majority Leader Harry Ebola got their disease-importing, open-borders, Global Warming butts kicked Tuesday. A few Democrats survived who would otherwise have been sent packing, thanks to third-party spoilers (shame on you, Louisiana) and the self-indulgent types who voted for them. But by and large, it was a good old country thrashing.
Thank you, Lord.
So we’ve been given a chance, maybe a last chance, to stop the piecemeal murder of our country and its purposeful deconstruction into a socialist, bankrupt, lawless, culturally degraded basket case. (Let me know if I’m being wishy-washy here.)
Now we have to worry about whether the Republicans are up to the job. We’ve put the ball in their hands, and they’d better not have butter-fingers. As Rush Limbaugh put it today, this election does not mean America has, overnight, fallen in love with Republicans.
Republicans must overcome their paralyzing fear of the nooze media, their penchant for venal deal-making, and their addiction to playing it safe and trying to get away with doing nothing. They must realize that we took power away from the Democrats to stop the Democrats, and that’s the job we’ve handed to the GOP. And they’d damn well better do it.
Here’s what we want from you, guys:
*Kill any plan to award any kind of amnesty to illegal aliens.
*Stop the appointment of any more left-wing federal judges and department heads.
*Repeal Obamacare in its entirety; and if that’s not possible, gut it piece by piece.
*De-fund federal policies and programs that are hurting the country.
*Rein in the lawlessness of the IRS, the DOJ, the NSA, the EPA and other federal agencies that have lent themselves to partisan political games, and punish those responsible.
*Take an axe to incontinent federal spending.
It’ll take courage, hard work, and perseverance–qualities foreign to many leaders of the GOP–to undo the havoc which six years of Obamacare have wreaked on the country.
But boy, oh, boy, they’d better do it. Because they will not be given a second chance.
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