Wednesday, 3 November 2010

You've Ignored the people far too long

I thought I'd do a short piece on the mid term elections, saying as the Republican Tea Party backed candidates have proven they are a force to be reckoned with in recent results that show Obama and his party are quite likely to be out on their ears just as soon as Americans can get to the ballot box proper.

Video from the Walls Street Journal

Interesting quote in the accompanying article:

"We're humbled by the trust that the American people have placed in us," .........."Our job is to listen to the American people and follow the will of the American people." Ohio Rep. John Boehner told reporters.

The main thrust of the article is on the economy, but clearly tea party campaigners did not make that their main issue. Their main issue was the fact that politicians from all sides of the senate have shown an utter disregard for their constitution and in particular they have ignored the people's will on unfettered immigration.

I think this should be a warning for British politicians and also those other dumb asses in Europe, but I guess we'll have to wait and see whether they are happy letting the rest of us live in the pig shit they created in our countries, as opposed to taking steps to sort out the problems only the general public seems to want to talk about or understand.

Immigration 'and' the economy....are both a problems.....and were caused by fuckwitted politicians who have ignored the people far too long. There has to be an end to those politicians who fail to tackle the real problems concerning people but instead gloss over them in defiance of what the people actually want them to do. The will of the people must be adhered to otherwise there is no point to their existence, and hopefully Americans can lead the way.


  1. We need a Tea Party Movement over here 4me, that's for sure.

    Nationalist British and European parties have been trying for decades to achieve the public consciousness that the TP has achieved in less than 2 years.

    Let us hope that we can soon do the same.

    Ted Crilly

  2. British Tea -

  3. Your very quiet of late brother Rugfish.....