Thursday, February 16, 2012

Maxine Waters - The Enemy is Past the Gates and Running Amock

A Latin phrase attributed to the second Punic War (Rome Vs. Carthage - Punic being a Latin word for the Phoenecians who colonized and peopled that city) was "Hannibal ad Portas". This means roughly that Hannibal is at the gates. It refers to the point in that war when the Carthaginian General Hannibal, enjoying a clear dominance in the field after several major victories, marched towards Rome in an effort to draw off Roman troops who were besieging the city of Capua, which had been turned over by its leading citizens when they thought that Rome was beaten.

Hannibal's move did not produce its desired effect, Rome never let up the the siege of the turncoats, and neither did he attempt to take the eternal city, but the phrase stuck. It has come to mean a a point when an enemy is set to attack the very center of a nation.

Maxine Waters most recent hate-filled diatribe illustrates the fact the the enemy is already inside our gates.
A Congressional Representative, a person who is supposed to act with tact, honesty, professionalism, and behavior appropriate to someone of her station, lashed out against John Baynor and Eric Cantor is a manner that would make a third-world government official cringe. The Marxist/racist-inspired hatred that no longer surprises us today has grown to a point that few feel a shred of shame for acting in such a barbaric manner.

She not only referred to them as "demons, but check out this article in support of her:

The state of American culture has reached a point where not only does this sort of disgusting event occur, but the perpetrator finds support for her actions. In fairness I would hold that no one would do this unless, sensing the collapse of manners, honesty, and personal pride in this nation, she would know that she would be applauded at least by some painfully deluded people.

Aside from the probability that she is also a crook, here are a few other remarks and actions of hers:

"In 2001, she called Richard Riordan, L.A. mayor, a "plantation owner". During the L.A. riots in 1992, Waters described the violence as a "spontaneous reaction to injustice". She held "economic, social, cultural, and political" factors responsible and that the L.A. riots should rightly be called a "rebellion" or "insurrection." [24]

Waters co-sponsored Rep. John Conyers' bill calling for reparations for slavery to be paid to black Americans

Waters has been very critical of the Tea Party Movement. On August 20, 2011 while at a town hall discussing some of the displeasure that supporters of President Obama have had with the Congressional Black Caucus not supporting the president Waters stated, "This is a tough game. You can’t be intimidated. You can’t be frightened. And as far as I’m concerned, the ‘tea party’ can go straight to Hell . . . and I intend to help them get there." [42][43 "

The people of this nation cannot just sit back and quietly ignore this type of behavior. She must be denounced for the vicious, nasty, dishonest person that she is.

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