Since I was first eligible in 2000 I have voted in every general election. Not once have I ever cast a ballot for a Democrat. Philosophically, the party violates my core principles as a Christian conservative. Democrats proudly spit in the faces of Christian conservatives, Zionist Jews, libertarians and any political conscientious objectors. They organize riots whenever a black man, woman or child is killed but only if involving even one white person. That petulant demographic comprising just 13 percent of the national population is responsible for better than half of all crime. And the vast majority of blacks are not only upstanding civilians, they are proud to be Americans, where at least they once knew they were free. They are dealt raw deals from all directions.
The LGBT fascists assault Christians both in federal courtrooms and through the feckless left-wing media. These sodomites never wanted acceptance by peoples of faith. Images of gay men defiling likenesses of Jesus Christ are not only disgusting, but highly offensive.
Indeed, LGBT fascists, the Black Panthers, the poison of feminists, etc., represent what Matthew 7:6 forewarned: they are dogs and pigs trampling on what is sacred. Christians still love them as neighbors, overwhelmingly dominate the war against ISIS while their gay Middle East brethren are hurled from atop buildings under the mere suspicion of homosexuality. Sadly, America’s gay community remains eerily silent.
The Democrats fully secularized their platform — they denied their Father and refused His name. As Margaret Thatcher stated in her 1986 keynote address before the Conservative Central Council in Britain, “Socialists cry ‘Power to the people’, and raise the clenched fist as they say it. We all know what they really mean—power over people, power to the State.” Like any left-wing faction, the Democrats cannot operate without inciting civil unrest. They unabashedly boast of their collectively-innate ingenuity. Yet its supporters overwhelmingly siphon off the state’s butter. It must cater to America’s lowest common denominator, for the industrious won’t.
But what of the Republican National Committee? Where now do they stand? I find myself asking, or echoing the great 1960’s rock/folk singer Dion regarding the party of Lincoln —
Anybody here, seen my old friend Abraham –
Can you tell me where he’s gone?
He freed a lot of people, but it seems the good die young
But I just looked around and he’s gone.
The GOP is another sock puppet of Jacobins: filthy rich off Dow Jones, herding hated Mr. Jones’ beasts of England across the Manor Farm. Conservatives must be prepared to ask, “What difference, at this point, does it make?” while waiting for Godot, who will unfortunately never arrive.
Reince Priebus’ Romanovian arrogance is an indicator the establishment’s narcissism yields no intention to support its conservative majority, which it labels more radical than ISIS. The party now engages in Machtpolitik which in the aftermath of Thad Cochran’s senatorial primary, may have led to the ostensible murder of Mississippi Tea Party official Mark Mayfield.
The Tea Party must jump ship or sink. The will of the American people is being denied through corrupt bargains and “blood money”. Last December, Jeb Bush declared the party must reject its conservative principles, to lose the primary in order to win the general election. Yet in the zeitgeist of more damnable actions by the establishment, the Bush heir apparent as CEO of the family political machine is comparatively benign.
Now Ted Cruz feels Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s wrath for daring again to stare down his cowardly eyes.
Rep. Bill Paschall (D-NJ) stated before the Tea Party’s attempted coup d’etat of John Boehner in January, “In terms of the institution, I would rather have John Boehner as the Speaker than some of these characters who came here thinking that they’re going to change the world.” Karl Rove got his wish in his declaration last fall in California it would be best to run neoconservative Neel Kashkari for governor and lose to Moonbeam (Jerry Brown) than win with the Tea Party’s Tim Donnelly. Mr. Rove supports repealing the Second Amendment in the wake of the Charleston shootings. He was unconvincing just two days later when claiming to be misinterpreted.
I believe Jeb Bush’s “nomination” was decided once Mitt Romney lost to Obama in 2012. The RNC no longer fights the Democrats because they are too busy attempting to destroy Donald Trump (and failing miserably). And while it is certain Trump will not be permitted to win the party’s nomination, any Tea Party candidate facing Bush will be stonewalled, particularly Ted Cruz, should the race grow too close. Both the GOP and Democrats persecute conservatives bureaucratically to insure business continues being conducted as usual. After all, will it matter the party’s candidate is throttled by the Democrat candidate if 60 percent of registered Republicans refuse to vote a third Bush as president?
The Republican Party has gone the way of the Whigs, identifiable as the contemporary “Know Nothing” cartel/party. Its policies are not only analogous with the Democrats, but in some cases (Trans-Pacific Partnership, Planned Parenthood and “Kate’s Law”), more liberal. So forget Godot. This is Paradise lost.