After the remarks made by Congresswoman Maxine Waters that, “The Tea Party can go straight to hell,” it only seemed fitting that a 5.8 earthquake would rock the Capital. It may be an omen. A sign that the times are changing, but not the way that the White House and the left has expected.
Americans are waking up to realize that neither Democrats nor Republicans have reduced spending nor the size of government. They are realizing that after all the hype and fanfare, Barack Obama will be a one term President.
Perhaps the quake is also a reminder that to end the business-as-usual politics in Washington, we are looking outside of the limitations of the two parties and their agendas. If that is the case, then it looks increasingly apparent that the one candidate that serves the best interest of the people, and has demonstrated that service for nearly three decades is Dr. Ron Paul.
It will be a battle not only between the Tea Party and the left, but the GOP standard bearers are on notice also that the Tea Party wants results and not rhetoric.
We need to “shake things up” in Washington.