You're making a lot of false assumptions about me.
You assume I liked Clinton's presidency or am okay with his foreign policy choices.
You assume I didn't know about or if I did I approved of sanctions on Iraq.
I never said Saddam was a benign leader.
You outright fabricate that I said the Tea Party is composed entirely
("all the Tea Party movement") of the utterly detestable elements that seem to crop up quite often within it. What I DO say is that has attracted an unusually high number of people who are outright ignorant, racist, etc, and has been very effective at stirring up such elements.
I want "to demonize anyone who criticizes the great God Obama"? Strawman again! I have no great reverence for the man. Obama is not my idea of an ideal president. I just support some of his policies. Not that they are perfect either, but his science policies for example, are a far cry better than the previous presidents'. Nay, I just want to call out morons
on their BS conspiracy theories of Obama being a "dictator" or having been born in Kenya, etc, and all of the BS misinformation (like the "death panels") being spread by right-wingers about healthcare reform etc that the legislature and Obama have done.
I wish our national political discourse to be a rational, thoughtful debate, and a lot of the Tea Party has been the antithesis of that.
You keep accusing us of having "blind faith", yet you have no evidence for this. For you to know we have "blind faith" that nationalized health care is good, you would have to know that we have never
studied it nor
looked at the details of it nor
the pros and cons. We just went along with it when we were told it would be a good thing. Our glorious leader Obama said one day, "Hey, health care reform would be a good thing" and we just nodded our head in agreement and have never looked back since. Do you really know this, Tom? You seem to have blind faith in our blind faith...
Right now, the economy hasn't been getting better
The fact that it was rushed through without input from the Republicans is telling.
And no, the claim "The Republicans don't want to give Obama a victory is hogwash.
"If we’re able to stop Obama on this it will be his Waterloo. It will break him," -- Senator Jim DeMint
Scurry, scurry, Scurryous! You might just be the murriest. You certainly are the furriest! Hurry! Scurry! Scurryous!