At the back of the hill

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Monday, September 30, 2013


Over the past several months it has become glaringly obvious that Republicans care not one whit about the law, the great institutions of this country, or the American people. Of particular note as a tea-party jihadi trying to take down the system and destroy civil society, is Texan wackdoodle Ted Cruz, whose cynical sturmf├╝hrer tactics last week were sickening and appalling -- except, perhaps, to his base, which slumbers on in peaceful ignorance of what their troll in Washington is up to.

There can be no compromise with such people; they represent the lizard-element among Americans, and all their spewing of patriotic and idealist rhetoric is no more than an ongoing attempt to bamboozle the country while destroying it from within.

If during the eighties you thought Reagan was bad, or during the two-thousands you were convinced that the inbred know-nothings had taken over, then this lot represents something far more dastardly, wicked, and downright disgusting: a deliberate act of cannibalism, and a resolve to do what religious extremists (Muslim and Protestant), the ultra-left, and foreign tyrants for several generations have failed to achieve.

Sod them all.

NOTE: Readers may contact me directly:
All correspondence will be kept in confidence.


  • At 11:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    "The power of the purse" is specifically delegated to the House. Not the Senate, not the Court, and definitely not the president. For a good reason.

  • At 7:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    The whole debate is over El Jefe's healthcare. If it is as great and efficient, as is claimed, why all the exemptions?

  • At 8:45 AM, Blogger The back of the hill said…

    Blackmail is not a debate; it's terrorism.

    If the Republicans have a valid point, why are they using strong-arm tactics and holding the country over a barrel?

    Perhaps the movie 'deliverance' was more accurate about tea-party country than we care to remember. Are those banjos I hear in the distance?

  • At 10:48 AM, Blogger The back of the hill said…

    Anonymous placed the following comment relevant to this post in my Letterbox:

    "Because ordinary Americans should not be treated like a second class citizens.

    House passed two amendments.

    First, to delay the individual mandate for one year to match the delay given businesses.

    Second, to force Congress and its staff to have to go into the Obamacare exchanges with the same subsidies based on income level as everyone else.

    Senate rejected both.

  • At 10:58 AM, Blogger The back of the hill said…

    Given that there is a notification for that letterbox that it is NOT the regular comment field, but an entirely private communication channel -- and thus not meant for generic comments -- I do not think that I need to respond.

    "NOTE: Readers may contact me directly ( )
    All correspondence will be kept in confidence.

    "If you wish a response to your comment, please include your e-mail address."

    Certainly someone who cannot read what was clearly stated deserves no respect.


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