In a column titled, "Why Revenge Is Necessary," Quin Hillyer writes at American Spectator:
Every member of Congress who is not a liberal ideologue or from a wildly leftist district who voted for Obamacare on Sunday should be haunted and hounded by and for their vote for as long as they draw breath upon this good Earth.
And the same is true for every liberal ideologue who actively crafted and pushed the corrupt and unrepublican (small "r") procedures and flagrant lies that were used to cram Obamacare up our gullets from the nether end of our common polity.
Politicians who impose tyranny must face the consequences. But let us not exempt the so-called "true believer."
For no one with half a mind can seriously argue that the machinery of oppression (Obamacare, a "living Constitution," the IRS, etc.) now being unleashed upon the American people has anything to do with the Declaration, with the U.S. Constitution, or with any concept of "unalienable rights" as blessings from a real and decidedly not disinterested Creator.
The Obama regime has declared ideological hostilities against the historic government and free people of the United States. This is an affront to the mainstream of America, an affront to the American experiment, and must be resisted and overcome by all moral and legal means necessary.
While the term "constitutional justice" is preferable to "revenge," Hillyer is correct to call for accountability.
No Constitution, No Peace: From this moment forward for any hater of freedom and liberty until they and their philosophy of tyranny are banished from any positions of power and authority over the American people.