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Just Who Are All of These Conservatives

I’m getting tire of hearing the LSM (Lame Stream Media) describe anyone not radical leftist/Marxist as a Conservative. Just because someone is not a Marxist or radical leftist does not make that person Conservative…period. Independents, Liberals, Moderates, and Libertarians are against radical leftists and Marxists just as much as Conservatives. So why call all of those political groups Conservatives?

Example: Romney is not a Conservative and never has ever been a Conservative—pro gun control, pro abortion, pro anthropogenic global warming (AGW), pro bailouts, pro stimulus, pro Government controlled healthcare, pro raising taxes, pro Agenda 21, and pro amnesty for Illegal Immigrants. These are just a few of Romney’s Liberal political positions. So why does the LSM label Romney and those supporting him as Conservatives? Is it simply because the LSM sees anyone not radical leftist or Marxist as a radical right winger and therefore a Conservative?

Anyone that can or does support Romney is not a Conservative…period. No Conservative could ever be a Romney supporter…period. Those supporting Romney may be Republicans but definitely are not Conservative as Romney stands for everything a Conservative stands against. Its that simple! The Romney supporters are at best Moderate Republicans, but more likely they are Liberal Republicans (RINOs) that moved to the Republican Party decades ago to escape the Marxist takeover of the Democrat Party that is now pretty much written in stone.

If the Liberal wing of the Republican Party can get enough Moderate Republicans to go along and nominate Romney, it doesn’t mean that Conservatives will sit out the 2012 election. It would simply mean at that point a Liberal Republican would be better than the Marxist Democrat Obama. (Heck, anyone would be better than Obama, even Bozo the Clown would be better.)

What it would mean is that the Republican Party has moved to the Left Politically to the point of not being able to slow, let alone stop, the increases in wasteful spending, exponential growth of Government, increased crony Capitalism, higher taxes, and lost individual freedoms being imposed by the Democrats and the Republicans now controlling both Parties Leadership.

Why do you think the Republicans are always being shown to roll over and give the Democrats everything they want just sometimes holding out for a slower pace? Why are the Republicans for higher debt? (Keep voting to increase the Debt Ceiling—why even have a Debt Ceiling?) Why are Republicans afraid to confront Illegal Immigration? Why are Republicans afraid to hold the line on higher taxes—both R’s in the Leadership of Congress have said the R’s on the Republican imposed “Super Committee” have said the R’s must give in to higher taxes. Why are Republicans afraid to stop funding the out of control Federal Agencies? Why are Republicans afraid to stop funding bailouts and Democrat supporting organizations like Planned Parenthood, ACORN, NPR, and others? It’s because the R’s are now controlled by Liberals and want all those things; they are just afraid to admit it.


November 6, 2011 Posted by | America, Congress, Education, Executive, Government, Judicial, Media, Politics | Leave a comment

The “Super Committee” Joke

The Democrats get the last laugh as the Republicans put themselves squarely into a corner by imposing the Committee to Hell along with the partisan Democrats bipartisanship. The Democrats are smart enough to not just get out of the way but help the Republicans out when the Republicans are trying as hard as they can to screw themselves. The “Super Committee” is but one example but an extremely potent example.

In 2010, the Republicans took control of the House by a large margin. I can only say to this that the Republicans have been running scared silly ever since. The invention of the Democrats on the “Debt Default” involving the Debt Limit Debate was a masterpiece as the Politicians on both sides of the isle jumped on that bandwagon to champion increasing the debt. The Republicans came up with this “Super Committee” plan to help save them from their having to say no to raising the Debt Ceiling by giving them cover with supposed future debt reduction fantasies by this “Super Committee.

The joke on the Republicans is simply this: If the Republicans do not agree to impose high new and increased taxes on the people then America’s Military gets gutted. Two things the Democrats could only hope to dream could ever happen. Leave alone that the House usurped their authority and willingly gave up the advantage they gained in the 2010, elections to a 50-50 Dem-Rep “Super Committee,” but they basically agreed to raise taxes now for some more future fictional cuts in spending or the Military gets gutted.

If the Republicans refuse to raise taxes, what the Democrats have wanted all along, then the Military gets gutted, also what the Democrats have wanted all along. There is no win for the Republicans and only wins for the Democrats that could come out of this “Super Committee” plan. The Democrats also get the political win by getting to blame the Republicans for not compromising on the further destruction of America, increasing taxes or causing the defense of America to be gutted…those terrible Republicans are killing everything in site again.

One has to wonder just how dumb the Republican Leadership is to have imposed this worst idea in Congressional history, the “Super Committee",” upon themselves in what is becoming increasingly evident but a veiled attempt by the Republicans to hide just how alike they are with the Democrats when it comes to growing the “Big Government” idea thru more than stupid Republican policies. The Democrats are rolling in the isles laughing at the Joker Republicans once again shooting down the Republican base by giving the Democrats a win-win-win “Super Committee” scenario designed by the Republican Leadership to impose a loose-loose-loose Conservative Republican scenario.

November 6, 2011 Posted by | America, Congress, Executive, Government, Judicial, Media, Politics | Leave a comment