Today’s reflection, and a warning:
They said it couldn’t be done – until it was.
How’s that amnesty masquerading as immigration reform working out for you now, Eric?
“The defeat of the second-ranking Republican in the House by an ill-funded, little-known tea party-backed candidate ranks as the biggest Congressional upset in modern memory and will immediately generate a series of political and policy-related shockwaves in Washington and the Richmond-area 7th district.”
The embedded moral, if anyone’s interested, is that flouting the law of the land and thumbing your nose at the will of people isn’t really a good idea. Big Guy might want to keep that in mind before he get’s that pen of his out to declare those who are illegal to be legal.
Because when the people finally get “as mad as hell” they just aren’t going to take it anymore. Right Howard?
“Reagan was unelectable … or was until he was elected. Lincoln was unelectable. Bush 41 was a shoo-in … until he wasn’t. The history of elections in the United States is strewn with egregious predictions and declarations. Dewey Defeats Truman! Except, well, he didn’t.”
UPDATE: Good news - Big Guy says Cantor’s defeat had nothing to do with his support for amnesty.
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