Oligarchs: they’re not just in California

Texas has a few of them, too, as “Representative” Ciro Rodriguez (D) takes umbrage when an uppity peon a concerned voter calls him on his lies about ObamaCare:

Ciro’s anger and bluster, folks, hides a more basic emotion: fear, bordering on panic. He knows the rubes have stopped buying what he and his buddies in the oligarchy are shoveling; you can see it in his frustration when faced with facts. And he knows November is going to be bad for the party that shoved this nonsense down our throats.

Very bad, indeed.

(via Moe Lane)

LINKS: More at Hot Air, Big Government, and Sister Toldjah.

RELATED: California’s oligarchs.

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2 Responses to Oligarchs: they’re not just in California

  1. […] This is another example that shows how the progressives and their “moderate” enablers in the Democratic Party can’t rely anymore on being shielded by the mainstream media’s slanted coverage or non-coverage. Thanks to the Internet, the MSM’s role as gatekeeper is over. Whether it’s via a cable network such as Fox, Center-Right news and opinion aggregators such as Pajamas Media or Real Clear Politics, the moderate to conservative blogosphere, or just individuals armed with video cameras and a YouTube account, there are too many holes in the Great Wall of the Liberal Media to keep alternative opinions at bay. As our elected representatives discovered during the health-care town halls last summer, their voters are informed and willing to ask questions – and they expect answers, not feigned ignorance or stonewalls or temper tantrums. […]

  2. […] listen to us. (Remember the resentment they showed at the town-hall meetings in the summer of 2009 -or more recently?) And because they see themselves as an elite that knows better than everyone else what the nation […]

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