Change We Can Believe In?

Just thought I’d pass along some examples of “Change We Can Believe In”

  1. Al Franken steals the Minnesota Senate election – how can I use the word steal? Well, here’s just one example. During the recount there were at least two instances where the recount totals didn’t match the election night totals. In one instance the board took the recount total, and in the other instance they took the election night total. It doesn’t take much to figure out that something is fishy there. Oh, in each instance the total favored Franken – how convenient.
  2. Impeached Governor Rod Blagojevich appoints Roland Burris to fill Barrack Obama’s vacant Senate seat – I’m not even sure where to start on this one. There is so much improper behavior here it’s not even funny. Never mind that Blagojevich was just impeached and will most likely face criminal charges, in our new Senate that’s not an issue at all, “come on in.”
  3. Obama’s “Climate Czar”, Carol Browner, is a leader of a socialist group’s Commission for a Sustainable World Society – Oh, they just favor global governance and think that rich countries should shrink their wealth in order to combat global climate change. Oh, by the way, global sea ice ended this year at the same level it was in 1979.

If you find yourself in a much different and much worse America in 2012 or 2016 than you did on January 20, 2009, don’t be too surprised.

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