“…And Some of That Criticism Appears to Be Orchestrated”

“…causing the White House to push back.”

Part of Charlie Gibson’s lead-in tonight on the welcome some members of Congress are getting back home. As soon as enough Silent Majority types finally get pushed far enough to express their dissatisfaction vocally en masse, it becomes “orchestrated”. Remember Texass congressman Lloyd Doggett? The same guy who had his tookus handed to him by a vocal crowd of constituents?

Amazing what a friendly camera and a chance to get freshened up clear of the maddening crowd can do for somebody. According to ol’ Lloyd [at 6:20 in], the sense of dissatisfaction and mob-like crankiness had NOTHING to do with his performance and the Obama boondoggles he’s helped bring to fruition. Safe, rested, feathers resmoothed and his fear-shriveled gonads (the technical term) reinflated, he boldly claims that’s there’s “nothing authentic about these protests” [Jake Tapper].

This notion of a grassroots campaign is totally and completely phony. The Republican Party has coordinated this apparent outrage and stirred it up.”

Really, Lloyd? Folks couldn’t come to this conclusion on their own? The Republican Party is so powerful and relevant in people’s lives ~ even the most non-descript, non-entity Bocephus, Texas/Missouri/Illinois/Pennsylvania/ad nauseum life ~ that they can organize the ENTIRE COUNTRY to make you and your fellow thieves miserable at a moment’s notice in townhalls the length and breadth of this country? Really?!?! They can summon the masses and raise the dead at will? The Republican Party is that THAT powerful?

Riddle me this then, Lloyd: Where was all this supposed power when you all got your One for president? How’d THAT happen?!?! I’d sure as shit rather have McCain than a teaparty, but we got the Joker.

Nah. Can’t blame Republicans, because if they were that good, we wouldn’t have Obama to kick around. You all pissed all those normal, everyday types off all on your own and I’ll even bet half of them voted for your side.

It’s a wicked case of buyer’s remorse, Lloyd. Hope and change turned into…well…you know.
“Shovel ready.”

5 Responses to ““…And Some of That Criticism Appears to Be Orchestrated””

  1. Gunslinger says:

    For many politicians issuing a statement like Lloyd’s would be mere rhetoric to save face. In Lloyd’s case he probably believes every word he uttered.

  2. JeffS says:

    Lloyd is a coward and a fool. So are the other Dhimmicrats who are pushing this “It ain’t grass roots!” crap.

  3. Skyler says:

    It’s just typical for the democrat/communist party to complain of behavior by others that they have been the originators of.

    This protest against Doggett happened just a few blocks from my home. Sadly, I’m on vacation in Virginia right now, or I’d have been there too.

  4. Retread says:

    This reminds me of the critcism leveled at W by the lefties: he was too stupid to get out of his own way but could run a conspiracy that manipulated the world events.

    The Dems can whine but they can’t lead.

  5. Dave E. says:

    Hahaha…”shovel ready.” Ain’t that the truth.

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