In light of some of the comments to yesterday’s post, I really don’t have much to say.
I’ll simply stand on my two-year record of blogging day in and day out against the Obama agenda starting prior to the election; defending and promoting the Tea Party movement since the first rallies in April 2009 when the movement was written off by most as a one-hit wonder; fighting the Democrats’ strategy of crazy; exposing the false claims of Tea Party violence; defending Sarah Palin and her family against attacks by the mainstream media and nutroots with a vigor few bloggers can match; fighting the health care bill with arguments early on regarding the mandate and role of the IRS which did not become mainstream Republican talking points until months later; documenting the irrationality and failure of the Stimulus Plan; lighting a fire in the blogosphere for Scott Brown when no one gave him a chance; fighting the race card every Saturday night and then some; taking on The NY Times, The Washington Post, MSNBC, Media Matters, Think Progress, the SPLC, the Geraldo of Nevada, and Journolists; calling for unity in the run-up to the mid-terms; fighting the smears against Sharron Angle, Christine O’Donnell, Rand Paul, Meg Whitman and other candidates; and promoting numerous candidates in swing districts; and doing it all in my own name in the open with all that entails.
You may not always agree with what is written here, and that may happen again as new contributors submit posts. The mission of this blog will not change, however, even if it no longer is a one man show.
As to whether you stay, you can love it or leave it. I’ll be here regardless.