Thursday, February 26, 2009

Can you stand anymore of my opinion?!

Welcome.

To the USA.

United Socialist America.

Most everything else I want to say is not suitable for print as my thoughts currently stand.

Except this.

The message of "hope" has quickly been revealed as the true message that it is and always was.

The message of envy.

A message that encourages the thinking of....

You have it and I want it.

Well, guess what?!

I worked for it and you probably don't deserve it.

Despite what you are being brainwashed to believe.

And just mentioning this doesn't even break the surface of all the other horrible socialist policies that are in the works.

I pray that we can end all this madness in 4 years.

Stacey

p.s. Natalie over at Politics4Moms does a much better job than me at articulating this insanity. In case I forgot to mention this, during the year leading up to the election, she never made it evident where she stood on all the issues. She did a beautiful job of being neutral in her presentation of all the politic information she could offer as a way for us to better educate ourselves. Now that all that is over, she has made it clear where she stands on things. PTL!

4 comments:

kelli said...

I'm with you. This stinks.

texastanya said...

I'm with you, too.

My husband has this on his blog sidebar:
"Time Until we can enact change in the U.S. Presidency: The ignorant masses elected an inexperienced quasi-socialist president 3 months and 23 days ago. We have to guard our democratic freedoms for the next 3 years, 8 months, and 7 days until we can elect someone better.
We are currently 7.9% complete."

I'm sort of hoping the next 3 years, 8 months and 7 days just flies by...

Mommy Cracked said...

Hubby and I joke constantly how excited we are about the "pocket change" we can all believe in. I am really afraid of what the future holds for our country.

willblogforshoes said...

Just when I thought I couldn't stand anymore of your opinion (wink wink)... turns out I can! It still appears that everyone remains fleeced, though. Or maybe in denial. I dunno.