Saturday, 6 November 2010

Time for Tea...

...the recent mid-term US elections will be remembered for the birth of the vocal majority. The silent majority is silent no more; it has gained its exsibilating voice via blogging and social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and its voice has humbled the liberal media. Their shock is evident as they desperately label Tea Party adherents as hate fuelled ultra-conservatives (forgetting their hate fuelled campaigns against Sarah Palin and ex-President Bush.) In reality though liberal hate of the Tea Party movement comes from fear...traditional media are well aware their influence is waning and their irrelevancy has dawned.

The death of climate change alarmism and the internment of its jumentous corpse has been guaranteed by the success of the Tea Party movement. Green zealots will be now praying to Gaia for tragedies and disasters to bolster their futile and moribund cause, but must now realise that their vision of wealth transfer via fear and guilt is over.

It is time that the Tea Party movement took root internationally. Its voice carries through cyberspace, and its conservative message of small government, freedom of expression and respect for the nuclear family has international appeal.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gidday Micky, Glad to have you back. Attended a conversation with the minister (Carter) a week or so ago. Quote "We remain committed to the ETS and the m,ain opposition agree and won't repeal it. It's here to stay" The battle remains joined!
Cheers

Ayrdale said...

Thanks Anon. A Kiwi ETS may well be a stand alone gesture, from what I've read Aussie enthusiasm for it is lukewarm, and Obama's not likely to pursue it now...so our ETS hari-kari will seem bizarre to say the least.

Mark Gullick said...

Welcome back sir. It's been too long.

Mark Brentano said...

Whoops. Welcome back also from a more familiar alias...