Remember recently when the NAALCP (National Association for the Advancement of Liberal Colored People) decided they needed to pass a resolution condemning the nonexistent racism in the Tea Party movement? Shirley Sherrod of the USDA’s Georgia Rural Development office spoke to the NAACP in March 2010, telling them how she had withheld assistance to a farmer because he was white.
Sean Hannity had a feature on his show last night about the conservative women who are making big waves in the election this year. Featured were Sarah Palin, Sharron Angle, Carly Fiorina, Meg Whitman, Nikki Haley, and South Dakota’s own Kristi Noem. Kristi Noem has an established record in the South Dakota legislature which proves she is what Herseth Sandlin only claims to be: someone who represents South Dakota values.
Remember when the socialists were telling us all the lies about their unconstitutional government health care bill? Remember the lies about how we supposedly weren’t going to be required to buy health insurance…even though their law clearly says we will? Even though their bill has a new payroll deduction system to rob you before you even get a chance to see all the money you’ve earned? Remember how socialists like Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY) insisted this new government requirement for you to fork over your money for health care insurance you may not want isn’t a tax? Well, now that they have their way, the socialists are starting to admit that, yes, it is a tax.
There are some who may think the Democratic candidates for governor and lieutenant governor of South Dakota in this Fall’s General Election could be strange bedfellows. I think the original version was from the “Tempest,” but in this case the expression that politics create strange bedfellows appears to be apropos.
Our overly centralized nationalist government, though limited at its inception, has grown through the accretion of time and tradition ultimately becoming that which it was never meant to be: a colossus standing with its steel boot upon the throat of freedom. Meanwhile, history is a powerful tool in the hands of the watchmen on the wall.