CALLER: Good morning, Rush, afternoon. I remember in 2008 Obama won the election, Democrats gained control, and especially during the inauguration, “The people have spoken. It’s the will of the people.”
CALLER: Conservatism is dead, the Republican Party is gonna spend 40 years in the desert wandering, that’s the reality of 2008. Two years later we find ourselves with a Republican victory. But the highest calling in politics right now is compromise. Let me tell you something, Rush, if I wanted my congressman to compromise with the president, I would have voted Democrat.
This person’s assessment of “compromise” is absolutely ‘right on’. It seems that the left only wants to compromise, when they have lost. And the problem is, the Republicans usually go right along with it. And I can’t help but want to kick them all in the ass because of it, and scream at them, “YOU WON!!! WHAT IN THE Hç@%% are you doing? Winners do not compromise. Losers do. And my friends, it is that last part that the republicans keep forgetting.
The other thing that the Republicans do, is fall for the code words that the left and the media uses to throw us off the mark. A good example of this is the new code word that the left is using now. Hyper-Partisanship.
Mark McKinnon, a Democrat campaign consultant who had as a client, Bush, and then McCain, but then he quit McCain, and said, “If you guys start attacking Obama I’m outta here,” When the littlest of criticism of Obama was started by the McCain campaign, McKinnon left.
Judy Woodruff on the PBS Newshour with Jim Lehrer, cohosted here by Judy Woodruff, said, “Mark, what’s the dream scenario here? What would you like to have happen?”
MCKINNON: We’d like to provide a vehicle and a channel for the millions of Americans who today don’t feel like their voices are represented. They look at Washington, they see the hyper-partisanship, they see loud microphones on the left, loud microphones on the right, and nobody really rewarding good behavior in the middle. People are just — in fact, they’re getting punished whenever they try and extend their arm across the aisle or work in a bipartisan fashion.
Now, did I hear him right? He wants to provide a vehicle and a channel for the millions of Americans who today don’t feel like their voices are represented??? Hmmm…wasn’t that what the election on the 2nd of November was for? But if you look, he put in there his “hyper-partisanship”, with loud microphones. Now we all know that he is pushing his attention to the likes of Rush, and Glenn, Sean and Mark and all the “big microphones” for the Conservatives. Can you see where this is going to lead?
MCLEAN: Passion and partisanship is okay. Hyper-partisanship is not. If the goal when you start a conversation — start a conversation is to make sure somebody else loses, we all lose, and there’s too much of that going on today.
And on that point, isn’t that what an election is all about? One side wins, the other side LOSES. You can’t get away from that idiot. But, what is the difference between a partisan and a hyper-partisan? Kiki McLean said that passion and partisanship is okay but hyper-partisanship is not. So, what’s the difference?
Last night, on CNN’s Situation Room, Wolf Blitzer spoke with David Gergen about the No Labels movement. Blitzer says, “Is this a moderate version of the Tea Party movement?”
Now, I was totally blown away with David’s answer. He said, “It is, Wolf. This is a group that’s — it’s new, it’s nascent, it’s small, but it’s trying to give voice to the many disgusted Americans who just watch our politics, see it as hyper-partisan, paralyzed, and they worry about the future of the country and would like to give a fresh voice to the middle, people saying, “Look, it’s fine to be conservative, fine to be liberal, but sometimes you guys have gotta meet and agree upon things and get the country moving. We simply can’t be paralyzed.”
This one brings me back to my original observation here. How come, they never talk of partisan, or hyper-partisan stuff, when they are totally in power? You know they never do. The only time they do this, is when they have been beaten. And this time they were beaten badly. Look forward to many more confrontations like these. Over the next month, and into next year, going probably till the next election, we are going to hear the democrats and the left talk incessently about partisanship, and compromise. But the partisanship and compromise will never be them compromising. It will be the Conservatives, and or the Republicans. And if we don’t? Then we will get blamed for anything and everything that will go wrong. And believe me, there will be plenty that will go wrong. Get ready to get blamed for it. But we have to remember here, that we are not the ones that lost this last election. And we have to stop acting like losers.
The latest coming out of Washington is another 2,000 page OMNIBUS bill that will be expensive, and the democrats are going to be wanting to vote on it tomorrow or the next day. Giving us no time to read it or find out what is in it. What the Republicans need to do, is demand a reading of the whole bill before Congress to let everyone know what is in it. But sadly, there are Republicans who are supporting this. We need to call our Senators and Congressmen and women, and tell them NO to the Omnibus bill. Tell them to stop acting like losers. Because we are not the ones that lost this last election. Because “YES WE CAN, STOP OBAMAISM for the sake of our nation.
May God bless our efforts to help get America back, and put God back into our country.
God, Bless America. Bless Americans.