by Just An American | February 12, 2017 5:37 am
Have you ever heard that as a person matures, they become more conservative? Is that the way life goes? People just gain true wisdom as they get older?
Well, what does that make us? Pretty wise, that’s what. We knew long ago that being a conservative was being right. <--- Too much? 
It’s possible that maybe as they the non-conservatives, soon to be conservative get older, start to earn some of their OWN money, it feels good, then they decide they would like to keep it… Then EUREKA! They realize we were right all along!
Honestly, the Democrats of today are just immature, entitled, crazy people who have yet to grow up.
Must be the Peter Pan syndrome.
Now however, there is a GOP executive who with just two words, SHUT DOWN a protesting crowd and it was nothing less than beautiful.
During a town hall meeting for Rep. Gus Bilirakis (R-Fla.) Saturday morning, a Florida GOP executive chided protesters who continually interrupted the event.
When Pasco County GOP secretary Bill Akins got on stage to speak about the failings of Obamacare, claiming that elderly people go before “death panels” because of the law, the crowd erupted into screams and boos — but Atkins wasn’t having any of it.
“They do. Yes, they do. It’s in there folks. You’re wrong,” Akins can be heard saying over the noise.
“OK, children. Alright, children,” he added, mocking the rowdy crowd.
WATCH: At Congressman @RepGusBilirakis town hall – County GOP Chairman Bill Akins refers to adults as "children" when they fact check him. pic.twitter.com/RcaOz0gNOY
— Yashar (@yashar) February 11, 2017
Isn’t that the truth though?
Man…that was awesome, right!?
Anyhow, as we know liberals are not only horrible at tolerance they are also for a big part…not even human.
Oh well, at least they are getting called out on their crap.
Trump is president.
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