So Nancy Pelosi, aka "Cruella deVille", has reneged on her promise to post the 2000-plus page Health Care Bill online for 72hrs. and will try to ram it through this Saturday. Seems to me like a little act of spite on her part since we racist hatemongers dared to show up in D.C.--on a weekday--at our oh-so-enlightened betters' offices to spew our ignorant, racist rantings in person.
And all the while we're concentrating on der Fraulein Fuhrer's Health Care monstrosity, the Senate committee just passed the "Level the Playing Field and Turn the U.S. into a Third World Country" Global Warming Hoax Bill, already touted as beneficial to Obama's up-coming trip to Copenhagen to sign away our sovereignty.
While Tuesday's elections in NJ and VA are positive signs for 2010, I don't think we can afford to wait, folks. By the time the 2010 elections roll around, we may very likely won't be having elections at this rate. Or if we do, they'll resemble Sadam Hussein 99% landslide victory-type elections. We gotta act, and we gotta act fast. Phone calls, emails, letters, "pink slips", personal visits and mass demonstrations just ain't cuttin' it.
Time to start thinking about a mass recall movement.
Granted, the Constitution never did have "recall" provision (except where State Legislatures could recall a Senator if he wasn't acting in the state's best interest prior to the 17th Amendment). It was an invention of the Woodrow Wilson Progressive movement. But it's a useful tool. And there is some satisfaction in using a Progressive weapon against them.
But outside of re-enacting the final scene from the movie "V for Vendetta", I don't see any other way open to us ignorant "tea baggers".
If we start a massive recall process in every single state that allows for it, that might wake 'em up. In the meantime, we would actually be taking positive steps toward removing these arrogant politicians from office before they do anymore irreparable damage.