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Even the most cynical among us thought Obama’s promise to fundamentally transform America meant the imposition of the utterly-failed Progressive ideology & economics, which we could combat with logic and experience. This would have been a traditional Western discussion within the boundaries of what has been Western thought for centuries.
That was a head-fake we gave ourselves.
What he has actually done is to import an invasive ideology completely foreign to the West for over a thousand years, implanted this pre-modern death ideology within government, and used Western liberties to destroy Western Liberal Democracy.
This is going to get
I am continually – though less-so every day – amazed at the disdain with which We the People are treated by ALL of these don’t-even-bother-calling-them-‘Representatives’ in Washington – or who want to be hired by us to live there.
Disdainful enemies of our Liberty and the Rule of Law that is America?
It is amazing that people still think the establishment GOP will alter the course we are on. Not a chance in Hell.
The GOP is just a Progressive Fifth Column, and more dangerous than the Dems, who […]
WaPo is whining about Walker, calling him “dangerous.” What they mean is he’s dangerous to Democrat campaign cash, but they clothe their argument with the nonsense that he’s dangerous to workers (like the tens of thousands of WI government workers who think government sector unions are so helpful and necessary that they immediately quit those unions when WI government sector union membership became pro-choice).
Remember – Walker didn’t outlaw unions. He made membership voluntary.
Why would anyone ever again care about a Congressional majority?
Columns already are being written and published re: the 2016 Congressional races and holding the GOP majority. As in the one linked above, the issue is: Who cares?
Rather than ingest the columnist’s view, read through the comments, for it is there that the voices of the voters – not the pundits – are heard. And the voters are saying, “Why bother?”
With no discernible policy difference with a GOP majority than had the Democrats won the mid-terms, It is more clear than ever that we have one party – […]