In the dead of the night…

…someone stole your America. What do you say, Whoville?


  1. Gee whiz, love them Oklahoma politicians! Go Tom Coburn Go!

  2. Yes, I do. That’s right! Go Tom Coburn, go.

    Naive liberals will always take what you say out of context, so you might as well speak your mind.

  3. Randy in Richmond says:

    This is what Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse(D) had just said on the Senate floor, prior to Sen. Coburn’s (R) remarks:

    “Too many colleagues are embarked on a desperate, no-holds-barred mission of propaganda, obstruction and fear,” he said. “History cautions us of the excesses to which these malignant, vindictive passions can ultimately lead. Tumbrils have rolled through taunting crowds. Broken glass has sparkled in darkened streets. Strange fruit has hung from southern trees.” Assuming the role of Old Testament prophet, Whitehouse promised a “day of judgment” and a “day of reckoning” for Republicans.

    Translation: Sen. Whitehouse just compared the Republicans to Nazis on Kristallnacht, lynch mobs of the South, and bloodthirsty crowds of the French Revolution.
    So Lorax, using your tit for tat philosophy, each side does it.

  4. Another case of Godwin’s Law.

    Please, please, please, no matter who you are……stop using nazi references to make a point. This goes for members of Congress in particular.

    That also goes for arguments including references to “Stalinist Russia”, “socialist France” and/or “the Klan”.

  5. don’t forget Pol Pot!

  6. Go study!

  7. Marx. Forgot that one too.

  8. I can’t figure it out, either. I remember once upon a time when I was voting the law demanded that any place where a 2/3 vote was being legislated, that vote had to be approved by the same majority.

    I think the Dems are blowing smoke and we’re probably misinterpreting something, but I’m probably wrong. It’s becoming obvious rules don’t matter in this game. We are about to enter our time of anarchy. As Dad29 is fond of saying: buy more ammo.

  9. Well, I wouldn’t have anything to put the ammo in. ;^) And at this late date in my life, I probably won’t. But I almost always never say never….

  10. I wouldn’t have anything to put it in, either. Now that all of the kids will soon be out of the house, I’ve considered it, though.