Conservative nirvana occurred Sunday in Pomona when thousands packed a standing-room-only ballroom to hear several tea party rock starts discuss the November election.
And dang it was fun! You should have been there.
The conservative common sense was so overwhelming that any liberals present would have been converted.
Ann Coulter, Hugh Hewitt, Michael Medved, John Eastman roused a crowd that rose to its feat several times during the two-hour "America at the Crossroads," sponsored by several radio stations, including our local AM 590 The Answer.
The emcee was AM 590 morning host Heidi Harris, who had the best zinger of the night when she announced that, "We want our kids to be able to spell 'environment' before they they feel guilty about it.'"
The biggest surprise of night went to the dozens of public school teachers who stood up in a crowd of at least 3,000 so they could prove that not all public school teachers were abject leftists.
The Redlands Tea Party Patriots set up a table near the entrance and distributed our fall election voter guides as well as other fiscally conservative information.
Afterward, we stood outside the entrance of the Fairplex and gave away hundreds of "Yes on 32" posters, yard signs, bumper stickers and pins.
(If approved Nov. 6, Prop 32 would ban unions and corporations from coercing employees to contribute to political causes they detest; it would also prevent contractors from contributing to the politicians who awarded them contracts.)
All of our Yes on Prop 32 materials were taken even before the pepped-up crowd emptied from the massive building.
The conservative enthusiasm in Pomona on Sunday is playing out nationwide, and the post-presidential debate polls are proving that.
It's no wonder why the hosts of MSNBC are on suicide watch.