The Souther Thide of Singz

Friday, May 20, 2005

The Democratic End Game

I have a saying: "They went to the public school system”. I admit that it is a derogatory statement. I further admit that I went to the public school system. Be that as it may, I was purged of the public school ideological gobblety-gook 25 years ago, so I am excusing myself of being hypocritical in my remarks (hey, liberals are never held accountable for what they say, so why should I?).

Ah, but I digress. What do I mean when I utter this inflammatory statement? It means people who have gone through this God forsaken system never learn to think – FOR THEMSELVES. They learn to be liberal automatons. The school system is designed that way on purpose. The system tells you what to think and you think it; you’d better or your grade will reflect it. The public college system is even more steeped in this awful tradition of producing unthinking sycophants. I take that back, they think, just liberal think.

So what does this have to do with the price of tea in China? To the average ‘Joe’, nothing. That’s why the average ‘Joe’ doesn’t give a rip about what is going on in congress. NUCLEAR OPTION? That’s a setting on a video game. The problem is that liberals know the average ‘Joe’ can’t think logically through their BS so they believe they can get away with saying anything and ‘Joe’ will buy it. Take the current debate in the Senate: Think now, I know many of you have been to the public schools, but think FOR YOURSELF. If these 10 judges are so out of the mainstream that the DEMS want to filibuster ALL OF THEM, how come they are willing to let some go through now? What? You mean some are not so bad now that DEMS are willing to let them go through now? If that is so, then they were good enough to go through 4 years ago, which means the only reason the DEMS opposed them was to obstruct Bush. No principles, just obstruction for obstruction’s sake – or is there an end game? Ah, there lies the rub – THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY END GAME; THE LIBERAL END GAME. Can you astute public school graduates see the end game? Think, may be hard, but think FOR YOURSELVES – abortion. See, the DEMS know that down the road, there will be some SUPREME COURT nominees who may be pro-life; we can’t ever have justices that might not see the right to abortion on demand. Can you see something else? – “Civil” liberties. Remember, liberals are for anything that defies personal responsibility. We just can’t have justices that might actually interpret the constitution and nullify all those imagined civil liberties like freedom from Christianity, banned conservative “HATE” speech, freedom from guns, freedom to have sex with whomever or whatever we want. The end game is not about 10 appellate court nominees, it’s about the Supreme Court.

And meanwhile, Blacks have their collective heads up the DEMS’s butts working on all sorts of good things like HATE CRIME legislation and looking for RACISM in all the wrong places. Meanwhile, Farrakhan is calling the mothership home.

We are at a crossroads.

Where do we go from here?

Thursday, May 12, 2005

The Real Face of Liberalism

I just figured it out. It's been a long time coming, but I did figure it out. I knew liberalism was bad, I just didn't know what bothered me about it. I grew up in the free-love-free-sex-drugs era of the 60's. It was the "If it feels good, do it" era, and that's where the problem with liberalism lie: no personal responsibility. That is the face of liberalism; it is what drives liberals, even if they don't realize it. Look at liberal policies and you will see an abhorrence of personal responsibility.

The whole abortion issue is couched in not wanting to take personal responsibility; you get pregnant, you don’t have to take responsibility, just get an abortion. The fact that you did what gets you pregnant is of no consequence.

Liberal policies have totally wrecked our once stellar school systems. Programs like ‘Outcome Based’ education, new grading systems, no grades, etc. insulate the student from ever having to deal with responsibility. It’s not the student’s fault. In fact, liberalism’s credo is “It’s never your fault”. If you are poor, it’s not your fault, it’s someone else’s fault. So, how does liberalism attack any problem? It does so by insulating the individual from any responsibility to the problem. The answer to poverty is take from the rich and give to the poor. I could go on, but I won’t.

The bottom line is, liberalism is steeped in cowardice. It takes courage to go to war, let a child fail a grade, let a young girl wrestle with responsibility of pregnancy, let the poor struggle with poverty until he realizes it is not the life to live and decides to get out of it. Don’t get me wrong, I’m for helping the poor, but not supporting the poor. And, for those who will rail against me as cruel and heartless, I grew up poor FOR REAL. I know the face of poverty, and I know it is not the way to live. I’m not rich, but I prepared myself not to be poor. I believe in a hand up not a hand out. And I believe I’m RESPONSIBLE for my life. I screw up, I pay. I do something stupid, it’s my bad. In the long run it is ultimately better to take responsibility for my life, because just as I get crap when I mess up, I get the gold if I make it, and no one will be responsible but me (and GOD of course).

We are at a crossroad.

Where do we go from here?