The lead story for much of the business day today on FOXNews.com was this whiner. These uptight sore losers are saying they are ticked that so many news outlets mocked the T.E.A. Party with teabagging jokes. The underlying message is they don't take you seriously at all. This "so called" grass roots movement did more to snarl traffic than it ever will to change government. Perhaps people would respect this movement if the ones perpetrating this fiasco hadn't been the ones that so fervently supported rampant spending for the past 8 years. We flushed away billions a month on bullshit ideas that didn't work. We funded bullshit projects that served the few and ignored the many. Americans were pissed off and they changed the government by electing Obama. Now, if you want to radically change the government procurement process, I'd say it's long overdue. We blow more cash on dumb things than an 18 year old with their first credit card. Any red blooded American can use the Freedom of Information Act to see just how tax dollars are being spent (if you are very patient). If they did actually take the time to research this, we'd have a coup d'etat by the end of the month. The truth is most of these sad sacks who took the day off work to piss and moan have no fucking clue what they are talking about. Don't believe me? Read the "talk back" section and count the number of times you read the words "liberal" and "socialism." But complaining NOW about how much the government is spending is pretty telling. These people never felt the need to bitch while the GOP was running things and looking back, it seems all they did was spend. To what achievement, I have no clue. Ask a Halliburton stock holder. They might know. Point being. This protest was about as effective as a wet fart and the Republican Party had better come up with something better if they want to regain power any time soon. They come off like cry-babies, which is sad because they have some good points to be made. The message gets distorted and becomes white static.
Krystyna Stasiak -
2 hours ago