I saw around 11 pm on August 4 that those nice young gay men from Chicago at HillBuzz have resumed blogging after a hiatus of almost seven weeks and I started writing this post as soon as I’d finished reading theirs! I am overjoyed!
What better way to celebrate than with a song by Ethel Merman:
Sebastian’s last post on June 18 was about the importance of persistance in the campaign to fire David Letterman. In previous posts, he had mentioned that his friend, Lionel, was dying of prostate cancer, and the HillBuzzers also had discussed plans for a new, more elaborate blog this summer. So when readers here asked about HillBuzz’s silence when I wrote about Just a Girl in Short Shorts Talking About Whatever ending her blog due to censorship, I reminded them of how much those dear young men might be trying to juggle.
Things were going worse for them than I thought. In addition to Lionel dying, another friend from Team Hillary died without much warning and a third friend was diagnosed with cancer. They also work full-time and had maintained a grueling schedule for about a year and a half to keep HillBuzz going.
It is rewarding and instructive to read their new posts, here and here. Because some of my gentle readers are very wary of anything related to Hillary Clinton and Democrats, I want to remind them that after the nomination was stolen from Hillary, the HillBuzz men went to work campaigning for McCain/Palin. They continue to be among the most staunch supporters of Gov. Palin, as the following excerpt from today’s post shows:
But going forward, we do think this [HillBuzz] is a useful outlet in a time when the MSM truly is a party propaganda machine and the socialization of America is perhaps the greatest threat to this nation that we’ve faced, at least in our lifetimes. We see merit in the continued investment of ourselves into HillBuzz, but changes will have to be made to balance things from a quality of life standpoint.
The thing that finally jarred us out of the depression we’d all been collectively in was a recent attack on Sarah Palin here in Chicago over this past weekend that was just the sort of thing we’d race to a computer to write all about (see forthcoming article in next post above). We truly believe Sarah Palin is running for president in 2012 and want to do everything we can to help her win the nomination and boot Dr. Utopia from the White House before he can succeed in reducing this great nation to “just one of 190 countries in the world,” the way he aspires.
Our focus going forward is going to be very Iowa and New Hampshire-heavy, as we try to determine how best to win the first Caucus and Primary for Palin in 2012. A lot of this will be reflecting on what worked and what failed for Hillary Clinton during the 2008 primaries.
We sadly do not believe Hillary Clinton will ever be president at this point, which truly breaks our hearts to admit. Things are going to get so much worse between now and 2012, that almost any Republican will be able to defeat Dr. Utopia, but we believe things will rebound in 2014 or so and whoever that Republican is will get a second term. Clinton will be 69 in 2016, and 73 in 2020. It doesn’t seem likely she’ll ever have another shot at the Oval Office…but we hope she runs for Governor of New York in the future…or, more far-fetched but highly possible, is made the first female UN Secretary General (and the first American one too). It remains hard for those of us on the ground that HRC is out of politics for the time being, because we’d love to be out there campaigning for her.
We’d also love to be openly campaigning for Sarah Palin, too. And can’t wait until the red/white/blue moose logos start popping up everywhere, as we expect a Palin campaign would utilize.
I want my dear ones at HillBuzz to know how much I appreciate how intelligent, articulate, perceptive, dynamic and large-hearted they are. I wish them every blessing always and I am joyful that they are back. Life is good, my darlings, life is good. We are battling for the life and soul of America and it is wonderful that you are back with us now, fighting side-by-side.