Skip to comments.The question we won't ask: Why does the U.S. keep moving to the left?
Posted on 11/12/2012 1:27:35 PM PST by Dr. Thorne
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Also, Washington is run by beauracrats. Most of them are Democrats aren’t they? Maybe that has an impact?
You get it, 100%.
ex-snook?? Is that USS Snook?
Because we have a bunch of divorced, Godless parents that produced Godless, drug-addled children that vote for the benefits their parent lived off of?
For the same reason Jesus had to die for us - Man is a sorry. sinful creature at heart and Satan rules the roost.
“We are just seeing the consequences of 50 years of the Right ignoring the culture while focusing on politics. It worked for a while and we had some victories, notably the (possibly temporary) defeat of Communism. But we are now beginning to pay the price for abandoning the culture.”
How could you possibly have arrived at such reasoning?
Don’t you know that “it’s the economy, stupid!” ??
Jes’ kiddin’, of course.
Here’s a direct personal question:
When Patrick J. Buchanan stood before the Republican National Convention some years ago, and declared that there was a cultural war in this country, how did you regard his remarks? (Aside: many Republicans and even conservatives then mocked him as a nut, as do many of this forum still do, today)
That cultural war was ragin’ back then, and it’s burning even hotter today. And the wind is NOT fanning the flames in our favor.
2. Public education run by leftists.
3. Decline in moral character, brought about in part by #1 and #2 above."
No more phone calls.........we have a winner.
>> Females <<
And we now have “the ladyparts voters” to contend with.
They voted for Obama @ 70% or so.
I doubt many of them are going to re-think their beliefs and vote Republican even as they grow older. A few may have children, but I’ll reckon that upwards of 50% of the ladyparts cohort will never bother...
It is quite obvious. The people who have their beaks in the comotose body that the United States has become are quite happy. They are being succored by the bloating, decaying body, so they are happy. They control both parties. There is no such thing as a Taft Republican anymore. A country is not a country when it cannot control its borders. The problem with Mexico is that it has been in a civil war/rebellion for decades. If we sealed the southern border, Mexico will blow up.
Recall what the Illiad tells us: The people of the country will pay the price in blood becouse of the poor leadership of their rulers. The rulers most probably will survive with ther mansions, concubines, and money while the citizens bleed in the streets.
What I mean by a culture war is much broader than what Pat meant. It refers not just to family and sexual issues, but to the entire field of culture, most of which is subconcious.
The type of stuff nobody argues about because they are just taken for granted are by far the most important issues in any society, and these are established by the culture.
For instance, in the ancient world nobody, or almost nobody, argued about the morality of slavery. It was just taken for granted. It would have been like arguing about whether water was wet.
We are approaching the end of the culture war on American society, with (near) total victory for the aggressors.
Think of a battle damaged ship. As the water pours in, the watertight integrity begins to fail.
As the watertight integrity begins to fail, the ship begins to flood faster.
As the ship floods faster, it sinks faster, causing a more rapid disintegration of the watertight integrity.
Basically, a vicious circle.
In our society, conservatives have been calling this the “tipping point”, where the people who take money from those who earn it outnumber those who earn it, and the vicious cycle begins.
Here is a sobering thought: when this second term is complete, there will be young people who went all the way through high school and college bathed in this liberalism presented by schools and universities.
I posted that entire speech on this forum several times challenging several bed wetters to tell me what was so damn wrong with it.
No one could. They were just afraid of the rhetoric.
Reminds me of when Dan Quayle went after the show Murphy Brown....and then years later, Candace Bergen basically admitted that he was right.
Get it? LOL. In a world of the rule of law he would be right. But is is beyond naive to think it's about jobs.It's strictly about maximum raw political Power
We are entering the final phase of the consolidation of absolute power around an oppressive central State.
Somehow the Federal wholly unconstitutional portions of the Federal government must be rolled back. Those in power will lust after more power and control. No amount of jobs will hope to negate that power.
All who cherish Liberty are powerless to roll it back. It can't be rolled back legislatively, or by growing the economy.
The only way the Federal government will be rolled back to anything near it's Constitutional duties is through some devastating crisis, most likely a total economic collapse. In the meantime, we must focus on our families and informing people we encounter of the benefits of Liberty and capitalism.
Right Pat spoke with wisdom on many matters but his mere name brought out hatred from those who disliked his America first policies in both economic and in foreign affairs.
1. EBT and NFL/NBA/NASCAR/HoneyBooBoo is the new “bread and circuses.”
2. “Idiocracy” explains it all.
Not clearly seen over the arch are the words “Arbeit Macht Frei”.
No arbeit is required in Obamaland.
A prophet is rarely praised in his own place and time.