The Critical Thinkers on the Left and “The Party of No”
A full year and a half after watching the left demonstrate their inherent inability to engage in critical thinking and to look beyond the campaign hyperbole of our now community organizer for president, we are now starting to see their inability to stick to their own principles, flawed as they are.
We watched in amazement as the left, whipped into a froth by a national media which has resembled Pravda or Tass for for some time, rushed like lemmings to the voting booths to elect a shallow orator into the most powerful position on the planet.
Now we watch in disgust as the Obama supporters come out of their drunken-like stupor and sober up to the truth the rest of us already know; socialism is repressive and it doesn’t work to provide the conditions needed for a successful society. It never has. It never will.
But the left demonstrate another inability. They can’t recognize truth when it stares them in the face. As young college students, their minds have been corrupted by the liberal and socialist ideologies which have been pumped into their soft, mushy heads by professors and other corrupted elements coming from the left side of the political spectrum.
Now these legions of liberal minded graduates which some call “progressives” are now captains of industry. They are media moguls, teachers and politicians and for several decades they have been very busy subverting our institutions and the core values of our country. It’s no wonder our country is in shambles today, a product of their “sick-think” which turns traditional values and thinking on its ear by their belief that our country is broken and only they can fix it. The A.C.L.U. and activist judges are their tools.
Think about this one; California’s fiscal crisis is the product of a generation of leadership produced by the ’60s. If there was any era which represented a wholesale rejection of traditional values, it would be the ’60s. Barbara Boxer, Maxine Waters, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Waxman among other politicians come from that generation. Collectively, their policies have made a shambles of California. In Washington, D.C., they’re well on their way to applying their sick-think to make a wreck out of our nation.
The liberal loves to label the Republican Party as “the party of no” which is to suggest the Democratic Party is “the party of yes.” Based upon their lack of convictions when it comes to traditional values, patriotism and national sovereignty, one might agree. They have established a clear record of saying –
- “yes” to same-sex marriages,
- “yes” to open borders,
- “yes” to granting constitutional rights to non-citizens, especially to our enemies,
- “yes” to tax policies creating economic uncertainty for businesses and denying economic freedom of consumers all of which lead to stagnant economic conditions and double digit unemployment rates,
- “yes” to spending policies creating debt levels which threatens our national security,
- “yes” to granting illegal immigrants the right to vote, especially when it benefits the Democrat party,
- “yes” to a national media which advances their agenda
- “yes” to emaciating our military
- “yes” to embracing tactics to promote voter fraud
- “yes” to large government
- “yes” to policies reflecting those of socialism i.e. nationalizing large corporations and majority ownership
- “yes” to allowing heads of foreign states the opportunity to address congress and then giving them standing ovations when they speak about how wrong we are to want to preserve our sovereignty by incarcerating and deporting immigrants who have come into our country illegally,
- “yes” to blaming Republicans and conservatives alike for the affects of their failed policies administered by their own, such as Barney Franks, Chris Dodd, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and who clearly don’t give a rat’s ass about the will of the people or democratic process,
Clearly, this list could go on for a long time, but the above items serve to illustrate the destructive characteristics of their belief systems which they embed into their policies and laws, all of which conservatives and those in the Republican party disagree with, leaving them labeled as belonging to “the party of no”.