DAVID beat Goliath on Tuesday in a doubleheader in Colorado.
Voters recalled Democratic state Senate President John Morse and replaced him with Republican Bernie Herpin.
Then for good measure, voters recalled and replaced Democratic state Sen. Angela Giron with Republican George Rivera.
David is ticked off at Goliath's trampling of his civil liberties.
And there is an Army of Davids that uses the Internet to attack the establishment, be it the media or fat-cat politicians.
Tuesday's election marked the first time a state legislator faced a recall election under that state's century old recall law.
The people opposed the anti-gun laws Democrats passed in Colorado.
Victor Head, 28, a plumber, not a community organizer, managed to build a grass-roots effort to get enough signatures to make Morse and Giron face the music for their votes against gun rights.
Limousine liberals rolled into Colorado to save the duo, ponying up a whopping $3 million — for a job that pays $30,000 a year plus a per diem when the legislature is in session.
The National Rifle Association contributed $362,000, which billionaire New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg easily matched.
But being outspent 10-to-1 did not slow Head, who organized and brought down the most powerful man in the state Senate, as well as Sen. Giron.
"Giron's group is running ads during NFL games, while the ads for Victor's group are running at midnight during reruns of Dog the Bounty Hunter," wrote a blogger at Colorado Peak Politics.
This was a true grass-roots effort, not one of those Astroturf efforts that unions and other liberal organizations promote such as the Occupy movement.
Senate President Morse ridiculed Head as an unemployed plumber.
Ah, liberal compassion.
But just as the much mocked and maligned Tea Party succeeded in helping Republicans gain 63 seats in the House in 2010, Head and the people of Colorado prevailed on Tuesday.
"And I have a message for John Morse," Head said after the election. "Who's unemployed now?"
Despite all the populist talk, the Democratic Party is a party of the rich.
Billionaires Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and Steven Spielberg all support Democrats, as do Carlos Slim (Mexican billionaire), Steven Spielberg, Peter Lewis (Progressive Insurance), George Kaiser (Solyndra), Oprah Winfrey, John Sperling (University of Phoenix), George Soros and so on.