November 04, 2008


Have your own Boston Tea Party.

Have your own French Revolution.

Write your own Declaration of Independence.

And throw these bums out.

Throw out the Democrats.

Throw out the Republicans.

Throw out the Representatives, and the Senators. Do it at the State level too.

Throw every single incumbent out.

And keep doing it and doing it until they get the message. They can re-apply for their jobs later, but first they must get the boot. The REIC bought our government, both parties, and it's time they paid the price.

No more lobbyists. No more lifetime office holders. No more Friends of Angelo VIP. No more PACs. No more.

Send a message.

Vote 'em out.


Anonymous said...

Why should we? Obama will save us all!!

But seriously, Kweefer. Aren't you being slightly hypocritical here?

You enthusiastically support Obama but he is an incumbent too, is he not?

Does your rule only apply to the incumbents that are not charismatic and black?

Obama is part of the problem. He pushed for the "bailout" as hard as McCain or anyone else.

Anonymous said...

I live in Virginia. I was saddened to see that the incumbants, Senator John Warner and Congressmen Tom Davis, decided not to run for reelection. Not only did they screw me over by voting for the bailout, but they even denied me the pleasure of voting against them. Dang, these grifters don't miss a thing.

blogger said...

The incumbent party for the Presidency is the GOP.

My support for Obama rests squarely on overthrowing the corrupt and incompetent President and his party, represented now by John McCain.

jazzmanferg said...

I am voting for my incumbent. Trent Franks voted against the bailout BOTH TIMES!

Anonymous said...

I voted the crooks out.

Anonymous said...

Nancy Pelosi, Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer, and Susan Davis (D-CA 53rd district). The Four Whores Of The Apocalypse.

I could only vote against Davis.

Peahippo said...

You can't overthrow the U.S government through elections today since you're overwhelmingly confined to Democrats and Republicans, which actually forms the Corporate War Party, i.e. the Imperial Party. 95% or more of the people vote solidly for the Imperial candidates. The dissenting 5% or so can't enact any change. There isn't even any attempt to form a coalition, since the dissenters are just IGNORED, like Ron Paul, and Chenoweth-Hague.

Americans need to WISE UP and dismantle the two major parties to reflect their moderates and extremists, and use those to form coalitions -- like REAL CIVILIZATIONS DO, for example in Europe.

Election-wise, the USA is literally the most anti-democratic and backward system on Earth.

Mammoth said...

Sorry, Keith, but my congressional rep voted AGAINST the bailout.

I voted FOR him.

Anonymous said...

Per Politico, it sure looks like a lot of old time Democrat cronies are lined up for top positions in the Obama Administration.

Some change.


White House chief of staff: Former Sen. Tom Daschle (D-S.D.); Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-Ill.); or dark horse candidate Bill Daley, commerce secretary under President Bill Clinton and now an executive with JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Treasury secretary: Former Clinton treasury secretaries Larry Summers and Robert Rubin; FDIC Chairwoman Sheila C. Bair; New York Fed President Timothy Geithner, former Treasury under secretary and assistant secretary; former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker

Robert Rubin?! Why not just offer the job to Chris Dodd.