Before the two hundred and forty-seven sequels of the film made their way to the big screen, there was the original movie Die Hard.
The premise of the film involved criminals taking over a California high-rise, in which a company’s Christmas party was taking place.
John McClane, an out-of-town New York cop played by Bruce Willis, came to the party to see his estranged wife. A short time after the initial body count began to escalate, McClane, who is trying to stop them, throws one of the dead outlaw’s bodies out the window to get the attention of a heavy-set, black patrolman.
This of course leads to the outlaws shooting at the black officer, who scarcely evades being killed by a flurry of automatic weapon fire.
Pleased that he has finally convinced the police the building is truly under attack, the Bruce Willis character looks down from the broken window and shouts, “Welcome to the party, Pal!”
From the time that Barack Hussein Obama was first catapulted to the top of the Democrats’ leader board in the race for the White House, Conservatives have attempted to warn America about the ultimate goals of the part-time community organizer and full-time Marxist who is now occupying the Oval Office.
When Conservatives tried to warn the public that Obamacare was little more than a scheme to control and destroy the greatest health care system in the world, the media scoffed.
When Conservatives told America that Obama’s attempt to take over the auto industry was only just a tiny part of his plan to regulate every facet of private enterprise, the media sneered.
When Conservatives claimed that Universal Background Checks would eventually lead to the total confiscation of all firearms, the media mocked.
When Conservatives stated that Obama’s IRS was targeting them for audits and intimidation based on their political beliefs, the media applauded.
When Conservatives pointed out that Obama’s Justice Department was giving arms to Mexican outlaws and drug lords, weapons they used to kill a U.S. Border Patrol officer, the media yawned.
When Conservatives charged that the administration was lying about the attacks on Benghazi, the media collaborated.
But when it was learned that Obama’s Justice Department was bugging and spying on the communications of AP reporters, the media squealed like pigs in a slaughterhouse.
Welcome to the party, Pals!
When John McClane warned the Los Angeles police that their building was under attack, they refused to believe him.
And when Conservatives warned the supposed-watchdogs of American liberty that our country was under attack, the media refused to believe them as well.