Sunday, November 2, 2014

"Tea Party" and "Republican" are dirty words in Chicago

With only a few days before the midterms, the Chicago airwaves are chock full of political ads, nearly all of them negative.  I kind of miss the ads for Chevrolet, Minute Rice and Cialis.  But those guys have been sidelined for the time being, there's negativity to be put out, courtesy of the big buck political machines, both Democrat and Republican.

And, of course, everyone knows that the Republican ads are all true, and the Democrat ads are all false and evil.  It's clear for everyone to see.  And I never write sarcastic posts.  Never.  Just ask me, I'll tell you that I don't.  

This particular year the Democrats are panicked big time, as Obama's popularity, or lack thereof is creating a disaster for the country because Marxism, socialism and communism have never worked for any country, ever.  Duh.  But you can't tell this administration that uncomfortable fact.  They continue plowing forward with Obama's stupid philosophy that is killing his party.

The political ads reflect Democrat panic, as they face a shellacking of Biblical proportions owing to the country's floundering over the last 6 years, and the public's newly found attention span that, unlike the past 6 years, now exceeds that of a common housefly.  Not by much, mind you, but more than a few of these low information voters are starting to put 2 and 2 together and see that Obamism is a total and unmitigated failure up to this point.

Over Chicago airwaves, the words "Tea Party" and "Republican" are on constant parade, with the low, ominous cellos sounding the alarm of the upcoming evil that these two words mean for the average Chicago voter.  And for good reason: the average Chicago voter is a black, welfare receiving, child support addicted, unemployed or labor union affiliated taker of tax payer funds.

And the Tea Party and the Republicans have articulated that all of these income redistribution policies of the Obama administration and the Democrat party in general have got to change.  

Accordingly, the mooches and government largess recipients are being put on alert by big Democrat money and the message is clear: Tea Party and Republican forces will alter your comfortable way of life without being a productive member of society.

Let the cellos groan ominously here in Chicago (Barack Obama's feeding grounds): a change is afoot.