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By Rob Meltzer
Oct. 14, 2013 11:15 a.m.



That’s the message that House Republicans are receiving this morning–no deal on the debt ceiling and no deal on the shutdown. At least no deal that touches the glorious sequester cuts or that precludes such future automatic cuts. While the leftist press and the leftist Regime apologists wail about a nation in crisis and the death of the Tea Party, nothing could be further from the truth. The people, by week three, are taking back power from the federal government and are learning to live without the fed. People’s Parks in nine states, including New York/New Jersey, are being liberated. People are rediscovering inter community cooperation, and the world hasn’t come crashing down. There are plenty of people in Arizona and Utah who say that if the fed wants to retake the parks, it will have to do so by force.

The whining that the shut down is somehow a “Seinfeld Shutdown,” about nothing, miss the point. This is all about political power. For the first time in 90 years, a political group other than traditional Democrats and Republican leadership have wielded real political power. Long after the Obama Regime has been consigned to the dust bin of history, this glorious month will be remembered. And the movement is growing, as people begin to see that the traditional power structures in Washington can be shattered. The image of John Boehner scrambling to compromise with the Regime because he fears the Tea Party just proves the point, and adds fire to the conflagration of American anger at Washington.

The lies spewing out of Washington–that a government shut down is something new, that America has never defaulted on its debts–may be meaningful to Washington insiders, but meaningless elsewhere. America doesn’t have any debt–our oppressive Regime in Washington has debt, and we’re not ever going to pay it anyway, so let’s dump it now.

And that’s the message going to the Republicans in Washington–seize the moment, and don’t let go.

 

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