Good­bye, bums

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“Ithas­now­been­morethana­month sincetheNovem­ber­elec­tion­thatthrew alotof­bum­sout­o­fof­fice,”talk-ra­dio­host Tammy Bruce writes in the Philadel­phia In­quirer. “We have yet to learn whether­politi­cian­sun­der­standthatthe elec­tion was a state­ment that Amer­i­can­swan­taneth­i­cal,ef­fi­cient,ands­mall, pro-Amer­icagov­ern­ment.[...]

“The­elec­tion­wasare­jec­tiono­faRepub­li­can Party elite that mocked our con­cern about border se­cu­rity. It was dis­gust at Congress and the pres­i­dent spend­ing like drunken sailors (at least sailorsspendtheirown­money).We­just said no to a party that claimed to rep­re­sent the Rea­gan Revo­lu­tion, but trashed­itwit­h­ear­marks,pork,e-mails to in­terns and din­ners with Jack Abramoff. [. . .]

“Politi­cians who un­der­stand the mes­sage­ofNov.7will­sur­vive.Those­too dis­con­nected to com­pre­hend will con­tinue to un­der­es­ti­mate us, and we will firethem,too.”

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