When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty. --Thomas JeffersonJefferson would be spinning in his grave, did he know what happened Sunday night. He'd be horrified by the way the federal government has been trying to hide their votes, and trying to hide how each congresscritter voted on what. I think he'd agree with those of us that feel that violence is becoming necessary to make the government listen to us, given that they're ignoring us when we speak without a brick through an office window. I think all of the Founding Fathers would.
And the current idiots in charge who voted against the interests and wishes of the people they serve--and make no mistake, they do serve us (or are supposed to)--should not be surprised that we are...displeased with their performance.
Currently, I'm less displeased with the Repubicans than I am the Dhimmicrites. I'm less displeased because, for whatever reason (power plays, morals and ethics, or what have you), they are calling for investigations into how the Dhimmicrites are gaming the power system, and are forcing vote after vote on mandatory Medicaid--keeping it in the forefront of all of our minds. I hope they can keep it up all the way through November, to keep it fresh enough in the minds of the mindless to get control wrested away from those who would control us all.