O'Brien: If you want a vision of the future, Winston, imagine a boot stamping on a human face — forever.
We just had an historic election where the country has shown with its votes (despite much govt abetted and encouraged fraud) that recent and current policies of the federal govt are unpopular. Surely among the things that are unpopular are executive actions after actions and that violate our constitution. And legislative inaction that does not defend the rule of law or the constitution.
We tell pollsters in poll after poll, that we really don't like illegal immigration. And that includes a sizable majority of the ethnic group that violates our borders the most. They know just as well as the rest of us Americans that terrorists are coming in with them. None of us feel safe.
We had a GOP primary season where the GOPe did everything it could to trample on the chances of conservative candidates. Even funding the opposition party machines to encourage cross-overs to vote for the GOPe candidate when it was illegal to do so. Their aim was to prevent the election of too many conservatives who'd provide the nation with a truly new direction.
And now we have the pretender to the throne from one of America's ruling class families telling the allegedly opposition GOP that conservatives are not even needed to win in 2016.
That's tantamount to telling the country class, the ones who elect people like Jeb Bush to represent us, that there is no hope for them.
So that is why I see the above connection.
We have quite a lot to tell our "representatives. But it is -- to their hearing -- just so much muffled incoherence under their boot.