Sad Drudge: Rain in DC is ‘tears from Founders above’; Bill of Rights ‘evolving, dissolving’

Is Drudge turning Emo? Some can almost hear REM’s “Everybody Hurts” playing in the background.

The Left finds it amusing.

But, not everyone is laughing; Drudge’s point is valid, especially with President Obama set to release his gun-grabbing plans today. The president has said we need fundamental change. Will that change include “evolving and dissolving” the Bill of Rights?

Stay tuned. Clove cigarettes and tears optional.

  • Gloves Donahue, Jr.

    Starting January 20th, four brand new years of failure, corruption and unbelievable outrage.

    And you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.

  • BeyondPolls

    Turn back not comrades. Let them come and take them. Let them come and take them from our cold dead hands.

    • Marcy Cook

      They won’t pry them from our cold dead hands because we won’t be dead…remember we have the guns.

      • BeyondPolls

        lol yeah

  • TundraThunder
    • walterc

      We’re trying, but it’s not like we don’t have our liberal troubles, that Jackson bunch can be quite a handful. Now we have the ACLU suing the Jackson city council for having prayer at the opening ceremonies of the rodeo. On the upside, we don’t need a permit to open or conceal carry.

      • Dick Beninya

        Blue staters fleeing their failed utopias…polluting the good folk and communities with their failed ideology…

  • NachoCheese (D)

    So this is how liberty dies…with thunderous applause.

  • JustLikeAnimals

    And in the midst of this decline of our Republic, still so many wonder why gun sales are up? Nevermind.

  • Joe W.

    Molon Labe

  • TonyMontana3

    Stop whining losers.

    • Marie

      You first, dipshit.

  • Missy Kennedy

    Our founding fathers are rolling in their graves at what has happened to this once great nation.

  • Mark Kilgore

    Fight! Fight! Fight!

  • מרטין

    Maybe next time Drudge can be smart instead of sad by not pushing the inevitable latest RINO to lose a POTUS bid.