In addition to reading Larry Elder’s 10 Things You Can’t Say in America in the late 90s, I cite my turning point to leave the Democrats in my rearview as the moment I finally realized they no longer were the party of John F. Kennedy and his “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country,” going so far as to flip that noble and patriotic mantra on its statist-minded head. To make matters even worse in the Obama administration-era, the Democrats have taken their tactics to thuggish and bullying levels of “Don’t even bother to ask what your country’s going to do to you next.”

As if the evidence pouring out of the Beltway (and across the country) the last few days re. the I.R.S. and Tea Party movement groups hasn’t been enough, you don’t believe me, be sure to check out the latest from AlfonZo Rachel. Not only does he once again lay down the history lessons while bringing it all home to the present, this time it’s a little too uncomfortably in the here and now for him (and even has a nice New Testament lesson towards the end, too).

How anyone would continue to support the Democrat party, and not realize they’re a slave to their bullying plantation mentality, baffles me to no end. Y’all aren’t even getting your Obama-phones.

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