Make way for the Obamalinsky Administration. Too white right. Blaming McLame. Plus more.
YOU CAN SAY THAT AGAIN
Re: Quin Hillyer’s Saul Alinsky Takes the White House:
Quin Hillyer terrifies us with his stunning preview of the impending Obamalinsky administration. It sounds like it came right out of Rules for Radicals (of course it does, because it did).
Note that what he described had already started even before He was elected! (Note to Editor. The capital “H” was intentional. Deities get their personal pronouns capitalized, you know.)
All you have to do is to consider the pro-Obama state Attorneys General who threatened prosecution against anyone who wrote unkindly about Him, or the three reporters who were booted off The Angelic Express because their editors had (shuddddder) endorsed his opponent, John (sacrilegious language deleted).
The worst is yet to come, as Hillyer so well described it.
The worst is yet to come.
— A. C. Santore
Well put, Hillyer. And for you Alinskyites out there, since when
did you start carrying the torch for dead white guys? Oh yeah,
only Jefferson, Madison, etc., qualify as dead white guys, not
Saulie or Karl. BTW, Quin, this may be a time more suited for a
George Patton, instead of an Omar Bradley. But, I’ll take what I
— Mike Showalter
The successful use of the “Big Lie” in blaming GWB for Liberal
caused problems(e.g. sub-prime mortgages) is just beginning. As
the Main Stream Media is now a tool of the far left, we can
expect many more totally false contrivances. As our Democracy
rapidly evolves into Socialism, can National-Socialism be far
— Joseph Haverty
Problem is, the Republicans flat out refused to hear any voice
but the one they insisted was God speaking directly to them. This
is a country of citizens engaged in Democracy. Reasoning
Americans were up against “the Decider” and rabid evangelicals
attacking with such overbearing righteousness that they refused
to discuss anything, judging others while holding themselves
arbiters of good and evil.
The mute button became the tactic of choice every time Bush spoke because you simply couldn’t endure his disregard for the contributions of his fellow citizens. Responsibility for the choice to elevate, support and endorse these tactics is now the Republicans who closed ears, hearts and minds to their friends, families, neighbors and colleagues.For the first six years of Bush /Cheney, so divided were we that people wouldn’t even admit they were Democrats for fear of losing jobs or sustaining a verbal beating.
Their CHOICE to abuse power, position and trust drove the Republicans here. Don’t blame the Left, the people who were disrespected when they endeavored to disagree had no choice but to go to the other extreme to restore balance. Observe some inward thinking for a while. Find your own center by listening to the divinity within. There you’ll also find most of your fellow, center — stable — Americans.
— Ann Augustine
Butler County, Pennsylvania
Remember the militias (Posse Comitatis) of the '80s? Your article
makes the case for their return, such will be the desperation of
those who feel completely disenfranchised.
— Mark D.
Much too negative. We won WW2, we won the Cold War, and we can
win this one. Despair is a self-indulgent folly we cannot and
need not engage.
— Art P.
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
In Britain, defending your property can get you life.
It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
Was the President done in by the economy, or by the politics of the economy?
H/T to National Review Online