Thursday, September 10, 2009


I just wanted to make a quick post to salute representative Joe Wilson, R-S.C., for giving the Obama the proverbial middle finger during his Castro-esk health care pep talk. "You lie!" was his actual comment, but it definitely had the effect of the bird.
Representative Wilson later called to apologize, saying "his emotions got the best of him" and that his comment was "inappropriate." You know what, it was perfectly appropriate. Screw propriety. The country's future is on the line and we are supposed to be concerned about ettiquette and offending Obama? Ettiquette be damned. The representative represents the people, and that's how the people feel.
Welcome to the tea party Comrade Obama. You are a damn liar and have sounded this country's death knell with your reckless policies.
Over and Out,


Bridget said...

YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I totally agree!

Martin Schap said...

No way should he have apologized. A man should never be called on the carpet for speaking the truth. Anyone who thinks Obama was being entirely forthright and honest during that speech should pay very careful attention over the next few weeks and see exactly how this bill shakes out.

Nick-dog said...

Agreed. By standing his ground he would have increased the amperage of his objection 10-fold. His fellow conservatives should have joined him in objecting. I would have liked to have heard "Read the Bill!" as well.