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Saturday, December 04, 2004

Open season

The 2004 Presidential Election has been won by George W. Bush and the United States can now proceed with its successful and "results orientated" agenda.
There can be little doubt that the next four years will be dangerous and deadly years. Iran is arming with nuclear weapons in open defiance of the world. They must be stopped and that will be a perilous moment for the blue marble. If you're reading this and you wonder why they must be stopped, then I advise you to remember that the mullahs of Tehran are bent on the destruction of the United States. If you wonder what's so bad about the destruction of the United States, then I recommend that you submit your name to your nearest FBI office.

But aside from the dangers and threats, I think these next four years will play out very nicely as Open Season to attack and criticize the Main Stream Media (MSM) and the United Nations. These institutions are clearly on the defensive now. Their lies and distortions and graft are being handily exposed and they must be pummelled into the ground until there is no discernible movement or breathing.

In other words, it's time to let go of the gloating that many of us indulged in the wake of W's victory. Press on. For so many, many months we of the pro-W, pro-OIF operation had to weather irrational attacks from the Democrats and the hard left over Abu Graib, not enough troops, illegal war, shock & awe, Haliburton, Dick Cheney, Michael Moore's feverdream...you name it. John Wilson, Richard Clarke, Chuck Schumer, Ted Kennedy, John Kerry...the list is as nauseating as it is exhaustive.

Well, can you feel the change in the wind? It's Open Season on the duplicious anti-Bush institutions. The United Nations and Kofi Annan are feeling quite a bit of heat right now and it's going to get even hotter.
Rather and Brokaw are leaving their anchor spots. That gives their replacements an opportunity to begin with a fresh slate. Will they? I doubt it. Attack. Attack. Attack.

Hugh Hewitt understands this attack mode. He was heartened by the Bush victory and the recognition of the Evangelical Christians in asserting their power to reelect a Christian president who vigorously defends freedom. He's carried the banner on to attack Target Stores for banishing the Salvation Army from their door.
If JesusLand won the election for president, then Hugh seems to be saying, "You ain't yet seen what JesusLand can do across this country. We can put Target out of business."

Fear JesusLand. It's Open Season.

2 Comments:

  • At 9:36 PM, Blogger R-Five said…

    I'm going to disagree a little bit, regarding Attack! Attack! Attack! But should a liberal wander over by the railing, push him overboard!

    We're finally where we want to be. Bush re-elected with 3+ million votes to the good. Gains in Congress, and the Supreme Court is therefore safe for now.

    We're in the end zone. Act like you've been there before, as Bud Grant said.

    Michael Moore is already getting it, now clean shaven and congratulating everyone who voted. Even at a staged VH1 event, the boos were unmistakable. And a couple of Democrats have suggested publicly that if anything, Moore helped Bush.

    It's up to the Democrats how civil the discourse will be the next four years. The choice of DNC chair will tell us much.

     
  • At 9:53 PM, Blogger pinkmonkeybird said…

    R-Five.
    I hope one day we can have a beer at Keegan's.
    I don't know that I'm serious about Attack, Attack, Attack.
    For instance, I will not be boycotting Target. I shopped there this very evening. But I think I see a trend when a boycott is called in the name of saving Christian values on the heels of W's reelection.

    It's an attractive tactic, too. For the alternative is to plausibly proceed with the governing of the nation whilst trying to weather Democratic obstructionism.
    Sometimes it's more satisfying to crush the ants than it is to ignore them as they bite your ankles.

    While I am a Christian, I cannot call myself a devout Christian. But I take unbrage at the hard Left and their charges of JesusLand. A part of me would like to see JesusLand make gains over the misguided Left.

    Thank you very much for Commenting.

     

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