Now that we have your attention, we’d like to introduce ourselves. We are, respectively, Nathan and Tim, two guys from Utah who are fed up with the namby-pamby, panty-waist frolics of political blogs that are afraid to say what they mean, or mean what they say.
We are publishing a blog that will aggregate news and opinion solidly on the side of conservative, Tea Party, ideology. We also will flay anyone, at anytime, for proving false to the great principles and standards that have made the United States of America a towering beacon of freedom for the entire world in the past. These standards include, but are not limited to, Christian principles, such as:
Our purpose is to reignite the determination of our nation to live clean, brave and strong, unyielding in the right, willing to admit mistakes and make amends, and always and forever on the side of viable representative government, and determined that tyrants and political chicanery be banished from the face of the earth. We are proud of American history, and ashamed and alarmed that so many of our youth are either unfamiliar with it or unwilling to follow its glorious precedent. Where is the public virtue this nation was founded on? Who now is dedicated to President Kennedy’s immortal challenge: “Ask not what your country can do for you, but ask what you can do for your country?” Who now remembers the poignant jeremiad of Martin Luther King, when he chanted “I Have A Dream”?
We, as a people, have a long way to climb to reach the heights God meant us to conquer and secure, in our neighborhoods, cities, states, and country. We hope you will become a regular viewer of our blog, and a regular commentator — for whether you agree with us or not, the Truth is never afraid of controversy or debate. That’s our stand, and neither Hell nor Democrats will move us one Higgs Boson from it!
Our well-wishers are already responding to this flaming editorial. Here is what Dan Kelly, the Bulletin Board editor at the Pioneer Press, in Saint Paul, Minnesota, had to say in his email to us:
On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 2:12 PM, SP Bulletin Board <email@example.com> wrote:
Good luck to you.(You have slightly misquoted JFK.)