...and doesn't blink.
Babalu's George Moneo, who bares an uncanny resemblance to Burl Ives [pictured above], puts down his bag of Cheetos and becomes the South Florida blogosphere's biggest Drama Queen with this...
Folks, America is in danger. This grand experiment, concocted a little over 232 years by a group of tax dissenters, may be on the verge of changes that will leave it mortally wounded. This is nothing less than a struggle for the survival of our country and our country’s values which each generation bequeaths to the next. What will my wife and I say to my son? What will my sister say to my niece? “Sorry, we screwed up America for you. We’re sorry this is not the America that once was” and leave it at that? Are we willing to elect a man who espouses the keystone Marxist principle of wealth redistribution? A man who for the twenty years of his public life has allied himself with the most despicable, vile, anti-American traitors and seditionists.
For the first time in my life I know what my mother and grandparents must have felt in 1958 before the abyss opened up and swallowed Cuba. I don’t think my comparison is wrong. The only difference with today is that in Cuba in 1958, only a few people knew fidel was a Marxist; today, the evidence is overwhelming, if you only want to look at it, that Barack Obama is just that.
Are we willing to give our country up? Wake up! Keep fighting! We have nineteen days left in this battle and we have to win!
And to all of you who support this man, with your smug attitudes, your narrow vision, your wanton stupidity, and your ignorance; you, and only you, will be held accountable by history for the demise of this country if Obama and his minions get elected to a majority and succeed in remaking America in their image and likeness.
May Almighty God help us in this fight.
Yes, God, smote all the Liberals, particularly one lanky black one, so that Republicans can continue to make this country a
I'm just hopin' and prayin' [like Moneo, except without the 4 letter words] that Obama is a little more convincing and filled with resolve than was George W. Bush.