Well, there were U.S. Cavalrymen who fought to the last arrow in their chests at the Battle of the Little Big Horn.
And there were Japanese kamikazes who, with their cities in ruins, still flew to their deaths in antiquated little airplanes loaded with gasoline and bombs.
And there are communists, to this very day, in North Korea and Cuba, who still believe in promise of the Marxist-Leninist Utopian dream.
|Jan Schakowsky to Voters: Obamacare is great|
and if you disagree you can just Fuck Off!!
This despite all rational evidence to the contrary.
And our very own, wildly delusional, Congressthing from the 9th Congressional District of Illinois still insists that Obamacare is simply Wundebar!!!
And if you think otherwise, you can just fuck off!
This from the Chicago area socialist's Congressional website as of 3:30 pm today (still!!!).
"I am especially proud of the passage of the historic Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare. It is already benefiting millions of Americans, and it lays a strong foundation to make even more improvements."
Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky blurted.
Jan Schakowsky -- dumber than dirt -- more obstinate than a mule -- You can stand her up at the gates of hell and she won't back down!
Even when it means that the Republican party will inevitably take control of the US Senate next year.
Even when it means that her Democrat colleagues in the House of Representative will drop like flies in the 2014 by-elections -- slinking into the status of "super minority" at the hands of a righteously wrathful American electorate.
Well, say what you want about her, but the esteemed Congressthing from Illinois is certainly stubborn.
As stubborn as a corpse.
Maybe Schakowsky should have paid heed to one of her socialist ideological preceders, the 19th century Russian writer Alexander Herzen, who quipped:
"There is nothing in the world more stubborn than a corpse: you can hit it, you can knock it to pieces -- but you cannot convince it."
Here's Tom Petty backed up by rock luminaries, George Harrison, Ringo Starr and Jeff Lynne in the classic '90s tune "I won't back down."