Mandeville, LA – Your daily dose of “Mike, Romney’s loss is ALL you and Ron Paul ‘sfault and because he lost I am withdrawing from your show forever more.
I have been a daily listener for about 3 years now and just thought it appropriate to say goodbye as I won’t be listening to your show any longer. The last few months it has been very difficult to listen to you criticize Mitt Romney on nearly a daily basis. I understand that it is your right to be principled even when following those principles leads you to a point from which there is no return. This election was our last chance to slow down a runaway freight train headed toward the greater good at the expense of individual freedom. I really understand your position but don’t agree with standing on the sideline or even providing a little extra push to the train rather than jumping in and trying to help slow it down. I wish you well in your endeavors chasing your secession windmill and dreaming of a different reality. As for me I have accepted that all is lost and for my own sanity need to withdraw from the ongoing war. I am 59 years old, a professional engineer, a devoted family man and part of that group that has been raised to believe that hard work will be rewarded. I have come to realize that the intellect of the average American is quite low and that the populous is easily swayed by empty promises. I have also come to realize that lying to achieve ones objectives has become the accepted behavior in this county and it sickens me. Just so you know, I am the son of a steelworker who grew up in heavily unionized Pittsburgh, and have spent my life trying to convince people that you can succeed through hard work. I put myself through school with the help of a supporting spouse.
We will celebrate our 40th anniversary this weekend. I work 50+ hours every week to support my government and watch helplessly as the fruit of my labor is stolen from me and given to those who refuse to work hard. I have adult children (ages 28 and 30) who are in the early stages of their careers so I feel obligated to keep going as hard as I can so I can help them if they need it. I always let them know that they will have a place to stay if they need it. So far they have been able to stand on their own. You probably can sense that I’m not having a good day. I’ll keep showing your movies to my children and grandchildren so they can at least know what America was, and should be. But to maintain my sanity I can’t listen anymore.
George B. [last name redacted by Editor]